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Hi all,
I met a context path problem when I migrate a web application from Tomcat4 to WLS8.1.

1.Code in Jsp (control is a servlet):
...
response.sendRedirect("control?view=jsp/main.jsp");
...

2.files structure:
MyWeb--
-jsp
--forms
---login.jsp
--preLogin.jsp
--main.jsp

3.logs in WLS8.1:
"GET /MyWeb/control?view=jsp/preLogin.jsp HTTP/1.1" 200 1115
"GET /MyWeb/control?view=jsp/forms/login.jsp HTTP/1.1" 200 5472
"POST /MyWeb/control?view=jsp/forms/login.jsp HTTP/1.1" 302 0
"GET /MyWeb/jsp/forms/control?view=jsp/main.jsp HTTP/1.1" 404 4648

The last line "/MyWeb/jsp/forms/" should have been "/MyWeb/".

Thanks,
16 years ago
It seems that you didn't understand my question. Correct me if I am wrong. Think about a host-terminal system, terminals are used to accept the client inputs and send to the host to process sequencely. The terminals have a cache for client inputs, so the client don't need to wait for the host's response when he enters multiple records.
yes. Of course communication bandwidth and the speed of database operations would be critical. But we assume the speed of the client input are much faster than the speed of database operations. That means a lot of data always exist in windows OS buffer and wait for being processed. Maybe
sometimes, the data uses up the windows OS buffer size. That will be a problem.

Thanks,

Ray
17 years ago
Hi all,
We try to develop a data entry system by using Java Applet. But there is a problem.The system should promise that the data operator don't need to wait for the system response before he enters the next record. In host-terminal system, this isn't a problem. But in windows OS, whether the window buffer size limits this function? If not, Using socket in Java whether can resolve this problem?

Thanks
17 years ago
hello all,
Does anybody find those kinds examples when you compose web services? I have spent 15 months to explore those kinds of examples. I need to collect those examples as many as possible and then categorise them in my thesis. Your replies may help me a lot.

Thanks in advance!

Ray
17 years ago
Sometimes you got an unexpectable result or any error message when function conflict occurs.
It is no limitation for composing web services. In general, you can compose them in flow or in parallel.

Thanks,

Ray
17 years ago
Hi,
I am doing some research on function conflict in web service composition. For example, function A and function B belongs to different web services. Those two function can work well when we run them standalone. But conflict occurs if we compose them together. Does anyone meet this problem before when you develop the web services?

Thanks,

Ray
17 years ago
you also need to consider feature interaction problem during the web service composition.
17 years ago