April 9, 2004

Send an Exception to a JSP Error Page from a Servlet

Use this code to explicitly send an exception to the JSP error page from a servlet: public void doPost(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponseresponse) throws ServletException, IOException { … //Create your exception Exception

Asynchronous Windows Forms Programming

indows Forms applications often require some sort of asynchronous invocation option. You rarely want to block the user interface while a lengthy operation executes in the background. Windows Forms pose

Never Give Up

‘m writing this editorial in early 2004. Yes this is the March/April issue but I see January out my window. Like many people, I made a new resolution for the

Dances with Vacuums

his past Christmas, my wife Joy asked me for a Roomba. For those of you who don’t know, Roomba is a miniature robotic vacuum cleaner that looks like a motorized

Give Your Forms a Base

reat Windows applications have a consistent user interface. As users learn how to work with one form in the application, they can leverage that knowledge to work with other forms