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Megan Stew

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Recent posts by Megan Stew

Hi Tamas,

Did you able to fix the issue? I cant get it run anytime after trying the other inputs. Any thoughts?

Thanks,
Megan.
12 years ago
JSF
Can any1 please throw some light on how a composite webservice can be built from existing webservices. That is, when a user selects any two webservices like Addition and then conversion of number to String , it should give java files (both Class file and Interface) such that it represents a new Webservice when it is deployed.

I have questions on the following,

--> How should I achieve this?

--> What are the things should I install in my machine to parse the WSDL file?

I will be very happy if any1 finds a solution and brief me about the overall set up so that I can achieve this.

Thanks in advance,
Megan.
17 years ago
Hi,

I am new to java webservice. Can any1 let me know what a composite webservice contains, how it can be implemented in jax-rpc and what books should I follow to achieve this?

Thanks,
Megan.
17 years ago
Jerry,

i=0;a=0;

Step 1:
i=i++; //This is always i=i; DUMMY STATEMENT.....
This statement first assigns the value of i to i(which is 0), increments the value of i and later it overrides the value of i to 0 with assignment operator.
So, the values are i=0;a=0;

Step 2:
a=i++;
This statement first assigns the value of i to a which is 0 from the first statement and increments the value of i to 1 and assigns it to i.
So, the values are i=1;a=0;

Step 3:
i=i++; //which is i=i
This remains the values of i and a not changed.
So, the values are i=1;a=0;

Step 4:
a=i++;
This assigns the value of a to i(which is 1) and increments i value.
So, the values are i=2;a=1;

Step 5:
i=3;a=2;

Step 6:
i=--i; // This is i=i-1;
In this case, the value of i decrements first and assigns it to i which is 2.
So, the values are i=2;a=2;

Hope this helps you about the increment/decrement operator.

Cheers,
Megan.