We have an EAR that consists of 3 eclipse projects. I would like to know if anyone has tried to "derive" some sort of version number for every build that can be applied to the ear.
Eclipse versions their IDE in an interesting way ...
Build id: M20070212-1330
for the IDE proper, but each feature
Build id: M20070212-1330
where a version number is concatenated with a date string and then some long random key string that LOOKS autogenerated.
We could just always use the date and bump a build-number but that would always produce a new version even if the code never changed (only a recompile).
I would think its possible to create a string that is based upon all the project files (.java, .xml, .properties etc.) that reflects the current level of code.
Thanks in advance,
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... thanking you so muche. That is work good now and my screen show this datas in droplist.
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We have class Atom and class Molecule. Molecule "has a" Atom (in our codes this in real mean Molecule has atomId property). Molecule has also the another property, atom_quantity.
We want builder 1 screen with just droplist for show all atoms like original "challenge" in the an other email (the descriptives name is in a property which ptSymbol) and this the screen have also the text input field of atom_quantity.
But we have teh an other problem wit to convert Atom from droplist user-selection to a atom_id which is need must be a '"java long' in the Exception I am see now because ofcourse, table need must just id *not* all object the Atom.
Do we need convertEntity somewere to make Atom of list to being a long "id" ? I think this must simple, or ...? Is it an example on web we cannot find it ? I hope you can know the answer because we take time for the small each step forward each day :-))
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I have changed my code to reflect yours and still get the same result. I really prefer not to use a Factory method because the dataModel really should not be populated until the form is submitted. Basically this is an address locator where the user will input an address and a list of matching addresses is returned. I have tried this both with a Factory and without and still nothing. See my initial post and the Seam Debug page. Something weird is going on where I get the IllegalArgumentException and the Row is unavailable.
Thanks again for your help.
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I'm integrating LDAP into Portal 2.4.1 on AS 4.0.5GA. At the moment I have authentication working - I can login to the portal console as a user defined in LDAP and I can see my user information on the Test tab in the Test portlet. However, clicking "Edit your profile" in the User portlet leads to this error:
2007-03-30 15:33:03,965 ERROR [org.jboss.portal.core.command.ControllerCommand] Rendering portlet window default.News.UserPortletWindow triggered the following error :
| javax.portlet.PortletException: Not user object found
| at org.jboss.portal.core.portlet.user.UserPortlet.doView(UserPortlet.java:234)
| at org.jboss.portlet.JBossPortlet.doDispatch(JBossPortlet.java:242)
| at org.jboss.portlet.JBossPortlet.render(JBossPortlet.java:229)
| at org.jboss.portlet.JBossPortlet.render(JBossPortlet.java:366)
It would seem that I have authentication setup correctly, but that the portal isn't using that information elsewhere ... just a guess. Any ideas about what I have missed?
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