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STAGE
ASSOCIATE
TEXTILES
FLAVORS
MECHANISM
VERSION
INSIPIENT OXIDATION
GOOD DESCRIPTOR
EBADF
DESCRIPTOR INDICATING
COMMON DESCRIPTOR
PERCEPTIBLE SWEETNESS
DOCUMENT TYPE DESCRIPTOR
DESCRIPTOR CORRESPONDING
DESCRIPTOR DENOTING ABSOLUTE
SERVLET APPLICATION
DESCRIPTOR BUFFER
PORTLET DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR
OWN DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR
J2EE-SPECIFIED DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR
DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR FEATURES
APPLICATION CLIENT DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR
CONTEXT DESCRIPTOR
SECURITY DESCRIPTOR
SIMPLE XML DESCRIPTOR
WEBLOGIC-SPECIFIC DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR
RUNTIME DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR
DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR ELEMENTS
ENTERPRISE BEAN
APPLICATION DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR
ENCRYPTION DESCRIPTOR
XML DESCRIPTOR
EJB DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR
WEB APPLICATION DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR
DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR
XML DEPLOYMENT DESCRIPTOR
DESCRIPTION
DIRECTORY
SIZE
NUMBER
CHANGES
PATTERN
VARIABLE
MEAN
RELATED
NEEDS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Descriptor"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A descriptor is a statement that describes a level of achievement for a given item.
  2. Descriptor is a term attached to a Document to permit its subsequent location and retrieval.
  3. A Descriptor is associated with a MBeanInfo, MBeanAttributeInfo, etc.
  4. The descriptor is a capsule message summary whose length (typically about 100 bytes) is independent of the actual message length.
  5. This descriptor is required because the copied message acquires a UID different from the original message.

Stage

  1. The stage of a cancer is a descriptor (usually numbers I to IV) of how much the cancer has spread.

Associate

  1. Various operations (for example, exec) can associate a file descriptor with a particular file.
  2. Choosing the JSP container is part of the deployment descriptor that you associate with your JSP target.

Textiles

  1. Waterproof Waterproof is a descriptor of textiles that resist water (do not allow it to soak through).

Flavors

  1. A descriptor used for a wine whose flavors or fruit character are tightly knit.

Mechanism

  1. The libevent API provides a mechanism to execute a callback function when a specific event occurs on a file descriptor or after a timeout has been reached.

Version

  1. The default value of isELIgnored varies depending on the version of the web application deployment descriptor.

Insipient Oxidation

  1. Faded: Descriptor for a wine that has suffered insipient oxidation -- i.e.

Good Descriptor

  1. In Chablis, the term is positive and a good descriptor for some of the finest wines.

Ebadf

  1. EBADF The fildes argument is not an open file descriptor.

Descriptor Indicating

  1. A descriptor indicating a wine that is attractive for its delicacy and finesse.

Common Descriptor

  1. In the United States, the term was not used until the 1890s, and did not become a common descriptor of the region until early in the twentieth century.

Perceptible Sweetness

  1. A descriptor used for a wine that lacks perceptible sweetness.

Document Type Descriptor

  1. The information in this section is based on the Document Type Descriptor (DTD) for ejb-jar.xml provided by Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Descriptor Corresponding

  1. Each OBJECT DESCRIPTOR corresponding to an object type in the internet-standard MIB shall be a unique, but mnemonic, printable string.

Descriptor Denoting Absolute

  1. Brilliant: A descriptor denoting absolute, crystalline clarity in a wine.

Servlet Application

  1. Step 4: Create the Deployment Descriptor A deployment descriptor is an optional component in a servlet application.

Descriptor Buffer

  1. To do this, the Ethernet processor 804 reads the status bit or bits of each descriptor buffer in the descriptor ring linked list 808.

Portlet Deployment Descriptor

  1. The web server plug-in includes generation code that obtains a reference to a portlet deployment descriptor, illustratively in WCCM Model form.

Own Deployment Descriptor

  1. You can then add your web module to a J2EE application, which has its own deployment descriptor (application.xml) in addition to the web module's web.xml.

J2Ee-Specified Deployment Descriptor

  1. The J2EE-specified deployment descriptor, ejb-jar.xml, describes the enterprise beans packaged in an EJB application.

Deployment Descriptor Features

  1. In this installment, I've described the JSP 2.0 error-handling improvements and the new deployment descriptor features.

Application Client Deployment Descriptor

  1. Application client modules, which contain class files and an application client deployment descriptor.

Context Descriptor

  1. Exploded web applications not referenced by any Context Descriptor will then be deployed.

Security Descriptor

  1. This function is may be used to set a security descriptor on a key container.

Simple Xml Descriptor

  1. Demystifying Tomcat 4's server.xml File The Tomcat server.xml file allows you to configure Tomcat using a simple XML descriptor.

Weblogic-Specific Deployment Descriptor

  1. For information on editing the WebLogic-specific deployment descriptor, see Writing the WebLogic-Specific Deployment Descriptor.
  2. You define JSP configuration attributes in the <jsp-descriptor element of the WebLogic-specific deployment descriptor, weblogic.xml.

Runtime Deployment Descriptor

  1. To deploy a WAR on the Application Server, the file must also contain a runtime deployment descriptor.

Deployment Descriptor Elements

  1. To package J2EE applications, specify deployment descriptor elements, and deploy applications on the Application Server, you use the deploytool utility.

Enterprise Bean

  1. The enterprise bean must not attempt to directly read or write a file descriptor.
  2. An enterprise bean module deployment descriptor, for example, declares transaction attributes and security authorizations for an enterprise bean.

Application Deployment Descriptor

  1. This is similar to how <init-param subelements work within <servlet elements in the application deployment descriptor (web.xml).

Encryption Descriptor

  1. This function terminates encryption specified by the encryption descriptor (td).

Xml Descriptor

  1. An EAR file contains all of the JAR, WAR, and RAR component archive files for an application and an XML descriptor that describes the bundled components.
  2. Just transforming the XML descriptor into a java class only eliminates the XML parsing, but still leaves the dynamic configuration.

Ejb Deployment Descriptor

  1. For example, an EJB deployment descriptor passes information to an EJB container about how to manage and control an enterprise bean.
  2. EJB modules, which contain class files for enterprise beans and an EJB deployment descriptor.
  3. Map the logical name within the EJB deployment descriptor to the JNDI name, created in step 1, within the OC4J-specific deployment descriptor.

Web Application Deployment Descriptor

  1. Security constraints are defined in the Web Application deployment descriptor (web.xml).
  2. Most aspects of an application's lifecycle are configured through an XML document called the Web application deployment descriptor.
  3. Web applications are configured by means of elements contained in the web application deployment descriptor.

Deployment Descriptor

  1. To create the deployment descriptor, you now need to create a web.xml file and place it under the WEB-INF directory under myApp.
  2. Enter the resource name in the deployment descriptor as you use it in your code, the Java type, and the security authorization type.
  3. When the mechanism of the present embodiment processes the deployment descriptor file, the container recognizes which EJB owns which EJB.

Xml Deployment Descriptor

  1. Note that the web.xml deployment descriptor is always expected to be located under the WEB-INF directory.
  2. For more information on the web.xml deployment descriptor, see Assembling and Configuring Web Applications.
  3. EJB packaging consists of packaging all the specified EJB Java class files and XML deployment descriptor files in a Java Archive (JAR) file.

Description

  1. As a result, the description "screwball comedy" has continued to be used even when a better descriptor would be slapstick film or situation comedy film.
  2. Match EJB roles with the corresponding description of the role's responsibilities, where the description may include deployment descriptor information.

Directory

  1. The fildes argument is an open file descriptor of a directory.

Size

  1. The size of this descriptor is reduced with PCA. The covariance matrix for PCA is estimated on image patches collected from various images.
  2. The frame is allocated into the VM stack during template call with size taken from a template descriptor.

Number

  1. In general, a virtual machine image consists of the XML descriptor (usually in a file image.xml) and a number of files for the virtual machine's disks.

Changes

  1. The first is that dnotify requires opening one file descriptor for each directory that you intend to watch for changes.
  2. The reason for this is that edge-triggered mode only delivers events when changes occur on the monitored file descriptor.
  3. The second installment addresses security, changes specific to entity beans, and changes to the deployment descriptor.

Pattern

  1. All request URIs with the pattern *.do are mapped to this servlet in the deployment descriptor as follows.
  2. Thyrotoxicosis is no more than a descriptor for a pattern of biochemical abnormalities.

Variable

  1. Factorial design is an experimental design technique in which each variable (factor or descriptor) is investigated at fixed levels.
  2. This variable should contain a "file descriptor number" pointing to a file which contains the passphrase.

Mean

  1. I once had a clever idea - we can ignore the mean as a descriptor of a dataset and put the entire burden of locating a dataset onto the median.

Related

  1. A descriptor for wines that seem neither flat nor angular, related to the wine's structure.

Needs

  1. Moreover, the myDB resource no longer needs to be defined in the deployment descriptor.

Categories

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  3. Servlet
  4. Pointer
  5. Standard Error

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