Ravindra Rawat

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Agile to me is ability to handle change better.

After so many years of software development everyone would agree that one thing that is constant is change. There is no such thing as final requirements. You want to sell a product, you have to create what the customer wants ("value added tasks"). So you focus all your efforts to achieve that removing what is not required ("muda", by automation or eliminating that part). You will get best practices on doing this (continuous integration, TDD), all are aimed to achieve one of the two above.

http://blog.xebia.com/2010/03/25/did-god-manage-his-project-%E2%80%98creation-of-earth%E2%80%99-in-a-waterfall-or-an-agile-way/ could explain what i am trying to explain.

You will hear about iterative approach, which simply stated is reducing your work to a manageable size (so that you can respond to a change). It is like driving a car slowly (or may I say average speed).

Agile looks more natural form of development to me, giving everyone a chance to develop and learn (agile teams are supposed to be cross functional). It’s a buzzword, but not for nothing, it has roots in knowledge based on successful assembly line production.
A possible solution can be to plan a release in term of features from multiple projects in each iteration. Do not allow any project to say that they cannot have a delivery till next 2-3 iterations of the product.

* A scrum of scrums ( i am not a fan of this), i see it as an anti pattern taking you back to days of good ol thick middle management layer. Sooner or later you will have people during pure 'management' and you start the war all over again.
You get the desired behavior if you change the global variable declarations as properties. Ant contrib documentation says properties can be overiden variables cannot may be something to do with it Documentation does not define behavior on antcalls, need to look at code to confirm.
12 years ago
Using PK as date/timestamp would cause issues for distributed applications and probably thats why they are not allowed.

Googling result: http://www.mail-archive.com/pgsql-general@postgresql.org/msg86346.html

Thanks
Ravindra

The problem is my keys are numbered sequecially and i use these key values to show on my screen.



If this is not a absolute necessity, then use a simple incremental integer value while displaying on the screen instead of something internal to your database.

Cheers
Ravindra S. Rawat
"Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn". -Unknown
This looks like a Single SignOn requirement as in portal like application.

You can try passing a context token and the orignating application between the two applications to identify the same global session instead of a username. Initial authorization needs to be stored in a global persistent (probably) store with the string application name. Requests to second JSP apps can be authorized by checking the store for information against the context token and orignating application.

Or else
It can be much simpler if you can have a controller application which will serve as entry point to your two applications. It will put relevant information in request attributes/params before passing control to individual applications.

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Ravindra

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14 years ago
JSF
Hi Frederico,

Checkout the full request map dump. Do you find any faces bean there?

Beans can be accessed by using a variable resolver (http://java.sun.com/javaee/javaserverfaces/1.2_MR1/docs/api/index.html) or you can inject the required beans. See http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/java/newsletter/articles/jsf_pojo/index.html

Thanks
Ravindra
15 years ago
JSF
Hi Aoife,

Instead of a JSP to fetch data, can you use a servlet filter so you won't have to deal with navigation problems. You always request the JSF page you want and data is fetched in the filter.

Regards
Ravindra
15 years ago
JSF
Commented code has the answer.



getApplication().createValueBinding expects an value expression like '#{..}' as in the commented code.

But you are passing the variable name from the listener. If you intend to that then you should have a look at ..getApplication().getVariableResolver().

Thanks
Ravindra
15 years ago
JSF
Can you post the multithreaded code and sections where you are retrieving the spring beans or the bean definition?

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Ravindra
Try the following,



url should be relative path to login.jsp from current jsp.

Regards
Ravindra
15 years ago
JSF
Is there any f:view tag in "List.jsp"? Included files should only have f:subview tag as parent.
15 years ago
JSF
Hi Timothy,

If i get it correctly, you want global messages to display on top and component specific messages with components.

For adding global messages use


And in your JSP,
in h:messages.

Regards
Ravindra
15 years ago
JSF
You can try the following:



This should be accompanied by a navigation case in faces-config for outcome "firstUsage" from your view id.

Warm Regards
Ravindra
15 years ago
JSF