Currently, we are developing XSLT + Java servlets.
One question is on how to address a file (platform independent)?
What we tried (within XSL) is to address a file like that: file://///nameOfServer/.../... (with 5 slashes at the beginning).
That worked for MSIE and Firefox.
Now we address a file with the same naming convention as above and it will not work (dir.list(); = NULL).
Is there a naming convention that works on any platform (at least windows); file:///c:/temp doesn't work... And we tried many ;-)
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Hey folks, 'bout time for me to come around with a little tip.
Thanks to IIS 7.5 Extensions and Microsoft (well... really Windows 8, and IIS 8 I guess...), we can now prime our Application Pools, when IIS starts.
Now, though it would be nice t…
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Viewers will learn about arithmetic and Boolean expressions in Java and the logical operators used to create Boolean expressions. We will cover the symbols used for arithmetic expressions and define each logical operator and how to use them in Boole…
Viewers will learn how to properly install Eclipse with the necessary JDK, and will take a look at an introductory Java program.
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