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    your best bet would be to try the eclipse.org...

    your best bet would be to try the eclipse.org site first, unless anyone here knows that off the top of their head
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    My suggestion is to either lookup the error in...

    My suggestion is to either lookup the error in google or in IBM's website.

    Is this DB fronted with a session/entity bean? If so you would probably want to make use of that instead of straight...
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    Here is the Java XML tutorial ...

    Here is the Java XML tutorial http://java.sun.com/xml/tutorial_intro.html
  4. you will need to use JDBC...

    you will need to use JDBC (http://java.sun.com/products/jdbc/), regardless if it is in a JSP page . If you are using a full J2EE container then you are better off using a data source and entity bean...
  5. Thread: CIS190 Project

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    Weel to start with your getNum method is a bit...

    Weel to start with your getNum method is a bit odd. It takes a string as an argument and simply returns the string it was given. Is the pupose of this to convert a given string to some sort of...
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    JMS/MDB is probably the best way to do this.

    JMS/MDB is probably the best way to do this.
  7. Thread: how much java..

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    The three books I have listed try to teach you...

    The three books I have listed try to teach you the technology in a new manner. They use different teaching techniques from other books, although they teach the same subject. I'm sure that other...
  8. Thread: how much java..

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    First, make sure you are not talking about...

    First, make sure you are not talking about JavaScript. Read this post to understand the difference: http://www.webdeveloper.com/forum/showthread.php?t=44049

    Before you do any web development...
  9. Thread: JAVA Applets

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    Sorry, no idea. Other than knowing this API...

    Sorry, no idea. Other than knowing this API exists, I know know nothing about graphics.
  10. Thread: JAVA Applets

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    You would most likely need to learn the java 2d...

    You would most likely need to learn the java 2d drawing API. You can find info here: http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/2D/index.jsp . If you are new to Java, or to programming in general,...
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    OpenCMS seems to have a lot of supporters. ...

    OpenCMS seems to have a lot of supporters. http://www.opencms.org
  12. Thread: Audio

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    I don't see how that clarified anything. What...

    I don't see how that clarified anything. What are you asking for?
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    we don't take tests or do homework for people.

    we don't take tests or do homework for people.
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    Dunno, try out the JavaScript forum. I'm sure...

    Dunno, try out the JavaScript forum. I'm sure they can answer better than I can.
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    You would actually want a Servlet to do that. ...

    You would actually want a Servlet to do that. The JavaBean would just bean the transfer object to the servlet. In the servlet you could just do so basic JDBC to do a query against the DB. The...
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    Yeah, you can use JavaScript to do that. I'm no...

    Yeah, you can use JavaScript to do that. I'm no JavaScript guy, but you can use a "onClick" ( I think) and have it do some action.
  17. Thread: java opening

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    Please read the following pages: ...

    Please read the following pages: http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/index.html

    There isn't any need for someone to tell you how to do this, all the info is out there. Read the tutorial. ...
  18. Thread: java opening

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    There are several ways you can do this. You can...

    There are several ways you can do this. You can either export the program as a jar file, or you can copy the the class files directly. The jar is nothing more that tne class files zipped into one...
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    Have you ever run a java program from a command...

    Have you ever run a java program from a command line? This is basically what you are doing, except you are putting the command line into the shortcut.
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    Take the class files that JCreator makes and put...

    Take the class files that JCreator makes and put them somewhere. The create a shortcut and have the command in the shortcut be the command line path to start the progrm, for example:

    c:\program...
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    This is something you should spend time learning,...

    This is something you should spend time learning, we aren't here to do homework or take exams for people. At least make some effort before asking someone to do it for you.
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    It is just like for any other JDBC connection. ...

    It is just like for any other JDBC connection. Here is an example:


    String driverName = "oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver";
    Class.forName(driverName);
    // Create a connection to the database...
  23. Are you talking about JavaScript? Typically you...

    Are you talking about JavaScript? Typically you would use JavaScript for that type of function. Read this linked post for the difference between Java and JavaScript ...
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    what is "thisPage" ? Is it a String? ...

    what is "thisPage" ? Is it a String?

    Remember that Java is type-safe. You MUST declare all variables. so if "thisPage" is a String, then it must have been declared as:

    String thisPage =...
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    = is NOT a comparison, it is an ASSIGNMENT. ==...

    = is NOT a comparison, it is an ASSIGNMENT.

    == is comparison.

    Use == to compare and = to assign. here is you code below with comparison instead of assignment.


    <% if (thisPage == about_us)...
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