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Horstmann Chapter 27 Chapter 27 Chapter Goals To implement dynamic web pages with JavaServer Faces (JSF) technology To learn the syntactical elements of JavaServer Faces To learn about navigation in JSF applications To build three-tier web applications A Simple JSF Program JSF: Java Server Faces To develop a JSF application, you need a web server that is integrated with a JSF container A JSF page contains HTML and JSF tags The user interface of a JSF application is described by a set of JSF pages Each JSF page has the following structure: <html><%@ taglib uri=" prefix="f" %><%@ taglib uri=" prefix="h" %><f:view><head><title>Page title</title></head><body><h:form> Page contents </h:form></body></f:view></html> Executing the datetime Web Application File datetime/index.jsp The JSF Container Rewrites the Requested Page The HTML Code That Is Generated by a JSF Page File datetime/WEB-INF/faces-config.xml Important Design Principle of the JSF Technology Self Check

ICalendar Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. iCalendar est un standard (RFC 5545) pour les échanges de données de calendrier. Ce standard est aussi connu sous le nom d'iCal. Il définit la structuration des données dans un fichier de type événement de calendrier, ce n'est donc pas un protocole. Les partages de calendrier par abonnement sont en réalité des échanges de fichiers au format iCalendar à travers un protocole CalDAV ou Web Calendar Access Protocol — le premier échangeant des calendriers en tant qu'agrégats d'événements, le second en tant qu'élément global à part entière. iCalendar permet aux utilisateurs d'envoyer des demandes de rendez-vous, et de les transmettre à d'autres utilisateurs via emails. Les données iCalendar sont typiquement échangées en utilisant le traditionnel courrier électronique, mais le standard a été conçu pour être indépendant du protocole de transport. Spécifications de base[modifier | modifier le code] Core object[modifier | modifier le code]

SDK Before installing Android Studio or the standalone SDK tools, you must agree to the following terms and conditions. This is the Android Software Development Kit License Agreement 1. Introduction 1.1 The Android Software Development Kit (referred to in this License Agreement as the "SDK" and specifically including the Android system files, packaged APIs, and Google APIs add-ons) is licensed to you subject to the terms of this License Agreement. 2. 2.1 In order to use the SDK, you must first agree to this License Agreement. 3. 3.1 Subject to the terms of this License Agreement, Google grants you a limited, worldwide, royalty-free, non-assignable, non-exclusive, and non-sublicensable license to use the SDK solely to develop applications for compatible implementations of Android. 3.2 You may not use this SDK to develop applications for other platforms (including non-compatible implementations of Android) or to develop another SDK. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 12. 13. 14.

JSF 2.0 + Spring + Hibernate integration example Here’s a long article to show you how to integrate JSF 2.0, Spring and Hibernate together. At the end of the article, you will create a page which display a list of the existing customer from database and a “add customer” function to allow user to add a new customer into database. P.S In this example, we are using MySQL database and deploy to Tomcat 6 web container. 1. Directory structure of this example 2. Create a customer table and insert 2 dummy records. DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `mkyongdb`. 3. A model class and Hibernate mapping file for customer table. File : package com.mkyong.customer.model; import java.util.Date; public class Customer{ public long customerId; public String name; public String address; public Date createdDate; //getter and setter methods } File : Customer.hbm.xml 4. Spring’s BO and DAO classes for business logic and database interaction. File : File : File : File : File : CustomerBean.xml 5. <?

Documentation technique sur les Virus, Vers, cheveaux de troie et Hoax 1 - Introduction 2 - Histoire 2.1 - Les prémices des virus 2.2 - Le tournant des années 1980 2.3 - Les premiers virus à grandes échelles2 - Définition 2.1 - Le virus 2.2 - Le ver 2.3 - Le Cheval de Troie 2.4 - L'Hoax 2.5 - Les différents types 2.6 - Cycle de vie d'un virus 2.7 - Structure des virus 2.8 - La propagation des virus 2.9 - Les motivations des virus3 - Les impacts 3.1 - Les systèmes d'exploitations 3.2 - Des dégâts multiples 3.3 - Un délit 3.4 - Les Chiffres 3.5 - Le coût des virus 3.6 - Mesures préventives 4 - Les plus connus 4.1 - I Love You 4.2 - Ramen 4.3 - Adore 4.4 - Wimux 4.5 - Magistr 4.6 - Blaster 5 - Détection et nettoyage 5.1 - Introduction aux antivirus 5.2 - Les types d'antivirus 5.3 - Signature virale 5.4 - Contrôleur d'intégrité des programmes 5.5 - Analyse heuristique 5.6 - Analyse spectrale 5.7 - Eradication des virus6 - Conclusion 7 - Discussion autour de la documentation8 - Suivi du document 1 - Introduction 2 - Histoire 2.1 - Les prémices des virus

Lesson: Regular Expressions (The Java™ Tutorials > Essential Classes) This lesson explains how to use the java.util.regex API for pattern matching with regular expressions. Although the syntax accepted by this package is similar to the Perl programming language, knowledge of Perl is not a prerequisite. This lesson starts with the basics, and gradually builds to cover more advanced techniques. Introduction Provides a general overview of regular expressions. Test Harness Defines a simple application for testing pattern matching with regular expressions. String Literals Introduces basic pattern matching, metacharacters, and quoting. Character Classes Describes simple character classes, negation, ranges, unions, intersections, and subtraction. Predefined Character Classes Describes the basic predefined character classes for whitespace, word, and digit characters. Quantifiers Explains greedy, reluctant, and possessive quantifiers for matching a specified expression x number of times. Capturing Groups Explains how to treat multiple characters as a single unit.

17. Integrating with other web frameworks 17. Integrating with other web frameworks This chapter details Spring's integration with third party web frameworks such as JSF, Struts, WebWork, and Tapestry. One of the core value propositions of the Spring Framework is that of enabling choice. In a general sense, Spring does not force one to use or buy into any particular architecture, technology, or methodology (although it certainly recommends some over others). This freedom to pick and choose the architecture, technology, or methodology that is most relevant to a developer and his or her development team is arguably most evident in the web area, where Spring provides its own web framework (Spring MVC), while at the same time providing integration with a number of popular third party web frameworks. Having dispensed with the woolly sales patter (c.f. the previous paragraph), the remainder of this chapter will concentrate upon the meaty details of integrating your favorite web framework with Spring. 17.2 Common configuration <?

Notepad++, les expressions régulières | Une expression régulière (abrégé expreg), en anglais regular expression (abrégé regexp), est une chaine de caractère permettant de décrire un ensemble variable par l'utilisation d'une syntaxe précise. Cette chaine de caractères est appelée motif, en anglais pattern. Voir Expression rationnelle. La maîtrise de cette syntaxe vous permettra une manipulation de textes sans limite dans Notepad++ mais aussi dans la majeure partie des langages de programmation. Distinguer les motifs et leurs résultats Il faut bien saisir qu'un motif de recherche vise à chercher des résultats lui correspondant dans un texte, qui peuvent être remplacés selon un motif de remplacement : Le motif de recherche décrit quoi chercher dans ce texte, par exemple ”mots commençant par un N”. Syntaxe du motif de recherche Notepad++ (ou plus précisément sa composante Scintilla) ne prend en compte que la syntaxe de base des expressions régulières, mais permet déjà un très grand nombre d'opérations. Les caractères Exemples Les groupes

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JSF 2.0,Spring 3.0.0 and Hibernate 3.3.2GA Putting them all togeather with minimal xml configuration! I spent almost 2 days putting these three together to generate a test application. The beauty about this app is it dose not have any xml configuration file except of course the applicationcontext.xml for spring. And in that file also there is just the datasource defined. I thought of putting it down here in order to save somebody stumbling with the same some time. What Does the app do? well its just a test application. Lets get directly dirty with the code Lets start with the applicationContext.xml file .. As you see all you have done is defined your datasource and wired it with entityManagerFactory which will be used by hibernate. As you must have noticed here we only declare the persistence-unit name which is used by spring. . here we dont define any beans or navaigation rules here we just have our resource bundle and the reslover for faces beans. so now its all configured. next is the DAOimpl class then we have the spring service classes and finally the backing bean

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JavaZone 2012 Criteria (Hibernate API Documentation) All Superinterfaces: CriteriaSpecification All Known Implementing Classes: CriteriaImpl, CriteriaImpl.Subcriteria public interface Criteriaextends CriteriaSpecification Criteria is a simplified API for retrieving entities by composing Criterion objects. The Session is a factory for Criteria. List cats = session.createCriteria(Cat.class) .add("name", "Iz%") ) .add( "weight", new Float(minWeight) ) ) .addOrder( Order.asc("age") ) .list(); You may navigate associations using createAlias() or createCriteria(). List cats = session.createCriteria(Cat.class) .createCriteria("kittens") .add("name", "Iz%") ) .list(); List cats = session.createCriteria(Cat.class) .createAlias("kittens", "kit") .add("", "Iz%") ) .list(); You may specify projection and aggregation using Projection instances obtained via the factory methods on Projections. Author: Gavin King See Also: getAlias public String getAlias() Returns: setProjection add Throws: