Although I had planned to blog everything I learnt, it didn’t happen. Partly because I’ve learnt too many little things to blog. I finally settled for using JSP’s to create the UI. I created a lower layer of Javabeans, which the JSP’s talk to, which in turn talk to the mySQL database. If I think of anything worth blogging in retrospect I will, because I am..
I’ve managed to get a stable development environment going using:
Eclipse 3.0 RC1
net.sf.solareclipse_0.4.0.bin.dist.zip NOT 0.4.1 (cant save JSPs)
Works like a charm!
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This blog has been commandeered for the purposes of mapping my technical journey, so lets get up to speed, I’ve been asked to develop a GUI for a Supply Chain Management Database, which resides on a FreeBSD box. I decided to use a web-based Java interface and will be looking at either JSP’s or Velocity. Considering the fact that I dont have a 4king clue about Java its going to be a challenge. Also will be using Hibernate for the database stuff.