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  • Error in simple Java application

    - by mrblah
    Just playing around with java trying to learn it etc. Here is my code so far, using HtmlUnit. package hsspider; import com.gargoylesoftware.htmlunit.WebClient; /** * @author */ public class Main { /** * @param args the command line arguments */ public static void main(String[] args) { System.out.println("starting "); Spider spider = new Spider(); spider.Test(); } } package hsspider; import com.gargoylesoftware.htmlunit.WebClient; import com.gargoylesoftware.htmlunit.html.HtmlPage; /** * @author */ public class Spider { public void Test() throws Exception { final WebClient webClient = new WebClient(); final HtmlPage page = webClient.getPage("http://www.google.com"); System.out.println(page.getTitleText()); } } I am using Netbeans. I can't seem to figure out what the problem is, why doesn't it compile? The error: C:\Users\mrblah\.netbeans\6.8\var\cache\executor-snippets\run.xml:45: Cancelled by user. BUILD FAILED (total time: 0 seconds) The row in the xml is: <translate-classpath classpath="${classpath}" targetProperty="classpath-translated" />

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  • JSON request failing because of line breaks, how to escape them?

    - by mrblah
    Hi, My JSON request seems to be failing because of line breaks (I am programatically weaving my own JSON string). How can I escape for line breaks? {"rc": "200", "m" : "", "o": "<div class='s1'> <div class='avatar'> <a href='\/asdf'>asdf<\/a><br \/> <strong>0<\/strong> <\/div> <div class='sl'> <p> 444444444 <\/p> <\/div> <div class='clear'> <\/div> <\/div>"} string jsonString = BuildJSON(someCollection).Replace(@"/", @"\/");

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  • nhibernate says 'mapping exception was unhandled' no persister for: MyNH.Domain.User

    - by mrblah
    Hi, I am using nHibernate and fluent. I created a User.cs: public class User { public virtual int Id { get; set; } public virtual string Username { get; set; } public virtual string Password { get; set; } public virtual string Email { get; set; } public virtual DateTime DateCreated { get; set; } public virtual DateTime DateModified { get; set; } } Then in my mappinds folder: public class UserMapping : ClassMap<User> { public UserMapping() { WithTable("ay_users"); Not.LazyLoad(); Id(x => x.Id).GeneratedBy.Identity(); Map(x => x.Username).Not.Nullable().WithLengthOf(256); Map(x => x.Password).Not.Nullable().WithLengthOf(256); Map(x => x.Email).Not.Nullable().WithLengthOf(100); Map(x => x.DateCreated).Not.Nullable(); Map(x => x.DateModified).Not.Nullable(); } } Using the repository pattern for the nhibernate blog: public class UserRepository : Repository<User> { } public class Repository<T> : IRepository<T> { public ISession Session { get { return SessionProvider.GetSession(); } } public T GetById(int id) { return Session.Get<T>(id); } public ICollection<T> FindAll() { return Session.CreateCriteria(typeof(T)).List<T>(); } public void Add(T product) { Session.Save(product); } public void Remove(T product) { Session.Delete(product); } } public interface IRepository<T> { T GetById(int id); ICollection<T> FindAll(); void Add(T entity); void Remove(T entity); } public class SessionProvider { private static Configuration configuration; private static ISessionFactory sessionFactory; public static Configuration Configuration { get { if (configuration == null) { configuration = new Configuration(); configuration.Configure(); configuration.AddAssembly(typeof(User).Assembly); } return configuration; } } public static ISessionFactory SessionFactory { get { if (sessionFactory == null) sessionFactory = Configuration.BuildSessionFactory(); return sessionFactory; } } private SessionProvider() { } public static ISession GetSession() { return SessionFactory.OpenSession(); } } My config: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <hibernate-configuration xmlns="urn:nhibernate-configuration-2.2"> <session-factory> <property name="connection.provider">NHibernate.Connection.DriverConnectionProvider</property> <property name="dialect">NHibernate.Dialect.MsSql2005Dialect</property> <property name="connection.driver_class">NHibernate.Driver.SqlClientDriver</property> <property name="connection.connection_string">Server=.\SqlExpress;Initial Catalog=TestNH;User Id=dev;Password=123</property> <property name="show_sql">true</property> </session-factory> </hibernate-configuration> I created a console application to test the output: static void Main(string[] args) { Console.WriteLine("starting..."); UserRepository users = new UserRepository(); User user = users.GetById(1); Console.WriteLine("user is null: " + (null == user)); if(null != user) Console.WriteLine("User: " + user.Username); Console.WriteLine("ending..."); Console.ReadLine(); } Error: nhibernate says 'mapping exception was unhandled' no persister for: MyNH.Domain.User What could be the issue, I did do the mapping?

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  • trying to create a asp.net mvc viewpage w/o codebehind page

    - by mrblah
    Hi, Trying to create a view page in my asp.net-mvc app. I have a strongly typed view, and I have also ovverriden the MVCPage class also. For some reason when I load the page it says it can't load the type: <%@ Page Title="" Language="C#" MasterPageFile="~/Views/Shared/Site.Master" Line 2: Inherits="Blah.MyViewPage<Blah.ViewDataForBLahPage>" %> public class MyViewPage<TViewData> : ViewPage<TViewData> where TViewData : class public class ViewDataForBlahPage : MyViewData

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  • Trying to pass Model down to partial, how do I do this?

    - by mrblah
    My action creates a strongly typed viewdata, which is passed to my view. In the view, I pass the Model to the render partial method. public ActionResult Index() { ViewDataForIndex vd = new ViewDataForIndex(); vd.Users = Users.GetAll(); return View(vd); } public class ViewDataForIndex: ViewData { public IList<User> Users {get;set;} } now in the view: <%@ Page Language="C#" MasterPageFile="~/Views/Shared/Site.Master" Inherits="System.Web.Mvc.ViewPage<ViewDataForIndex>" %> <% Html.RenderPartial("~/controls/blah.ascx", ViewData.Model); %> and in blah.ascx: <%@ Control Language="C#" Inherits="System.Web.Mvc.ViewUserControl" %> how do I access my model now? if I wanted to create a strongly typed class for my ViewUserControl, how would I do that? inherit from?

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  • realistically speaking, could a seasoned .net developer enter the java space and land a job?

    - by mrblah
    I've been working with .net since 2001, and I am considering making a move into the java space. I find that java has so many more mature tools (hibernate is more mature, spring framework, established patters/designs, containers, distributed cache frameworks, etc etc.) I have been doing .net, and just recently I have been getting into design patterns, ORMS, etc. and it just seems the .net side of things are not as mature. Yes the trend going forward looks great as more and more are getting into this design strategy etc. I don't want this to get into a flame war, but I read that its not about the framework/stack, but the tools around it are what make the difference. And to me Java seems to be the winner. Anyhow, the real question here is, could I realistically get into shape in 6 months? i.e. Someone would consider hiring me, and not at a junior dev pay rate? Is this a bad idea?

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  • Simple factory to retrieve files using constructor dependency injection

    - by mrblah
    I want to create a class, that is flexible so I can switch implementations. Problem: Store files/documents Options: either store locally on the server filesystem, database or etc. Can someone help with a skeleton structure of the class, and how I would call it? I am not using an IoC, and don't really want to just yet. I just want the flexibility where I would make maybe 1 code change in the factory to call another implementation.

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  • can you explain this jquery method from jquery.js

    - by mrblah
    Trying to understand how jquery works under the covers, what's the difference between: jQuery.fn and jQuery.prototype jQuery = window.jQuery = window.$ = function( selector, context ) { // The jQuery object is actually just the init constructor 'enhanced' return new jQuery.fn.init( selector, context ); }, and then: jQuery.fn = jQuery.prototype = { init: function( selector, context ) {

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  • yuicompressor error, not sure what is wrong?

    - by mrblah
    Hi, Very confused here, trying out the yuicompressor on a simple javascript file. My js file looks like: function splitText(text) { return text.split('-')[1]; } The error is: [INFO] Using charset Cp1252 [Error] 1:20:illegal character [Error] 1:20:syntax error [Error] 1:40:illegal character [Error] 1:49:missing ; before statement [Error] 1:50:illegal character .. .. [Error] 7:3:missing | in compound statement [error] 1:0:compilation produced 38 syntax errors ... Can someone please explain to me what is wrong?

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  • creating a wrapper around a 3rd party assembly - swap out and decouple

    - by mrblah
    I have an email component that I am integrating into my application, looking for some tips on how should build a wrapper around it so I can swap it out with another 3rd party component if needed. My approach right now is it: build an interface will the functionality I need. create a class that implements the interface, using my 3rd party component inside this class. any usage of this component will be via the interface so like: IPop3 pop3 = new AcmeIncePop3Wrapper(); pop3.connect(); and inside AcmeIncePop3Wrapper will be: public void connect() { AcmeIncePop3 pop = new AcmeIncePop3(); pop.connect(); } Is that a good approach? I could probably add another abstraction by using ninject so I could swap out implementations, but really this seems to be all I need as i don't expect to be changing 3rd party assemblies every day, just don't want to make things so tightly coupled.

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  • java web development, what skills do I need?

    - by mrblah
    I want to learn, at least at a basic level, how to build java web applications (coming from a .net background). Meaning, I would like to be able to build, deploy a simple cms type application from the ground up. What exactly do I need to learn? Tomcat seems to be a good web server for Java. What options are there for the web? I know there is hibernate for an ORM. Does java have MVC? what about JSP? can MVC and JSP be together? beans? Maybe a book that covers all of these?

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  • Generating JSON request manually, returned HTML causing issues.

    - by mrblah
    Hi, I am generating my JSON manually, and I even escaped for quotes with a preceding backslash. It is causing me problems. My HTML returned looks something like: <div class="blah"><div class="a2">This is just a test! I hope this work's man!</div></div> string json = "MY HTML HERE"; json = json.Replace(@"""", @"\"""); Is there more to replace than just the double quotes?

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