News: TheServerSide.com 2008 Java Trends Survey
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- Posted by: Peter Varhol
- Posted on: August 07 2008 13:58 EDT
- Re: TheServerSide.com 2008 Java Trends Survey by Info Services on August 07 2008 14:24 EDT
- Re: TheServerSide.com 2008 Java Trends Survey by Corne Kloppers on August 07 2008 15:40 EDT
- No mention of JSF? by shay shmeltzer on August 07 2008 18:19 EDT
- Re: TheServerSide.com 2008 Java Trends Survey by Chris Nappin on August 08 2008 09:05 EDT
- Re: TheServerSide.com 2008 Java Trends Survey by Peter Varhol on August 08 2008 13:35 EDT
- Re: TheServerSide.com 2008 Java Trends Survey by Alexander Panzhin on August 10 2008 14:59 EDT
... get as far as "ABOUT YOUR USE OF PLATFORM TECHNOLOGY" and it just says "There was an error on your page", without giving any information of what is the error (all questions are answered). Would have thought that it was standard practice to highlight what question is an "error". It doesn't even allow selection of J2SE for "Java architecture"; nobody would ever want to use that.
I got same error message. I tried to move one of the scroll list up and down and clicked on optional field(and filled - one of the required field that lost its original data)
Changing the order of the importance(the ones with arrows pointing up and down) on all questions solved the problem for me.
The questions asking you to order the importance of factors was very frustrating. The labels can be very subjectilvy interpreted and are filled with nebulous buzzwords.
I got the same error... can't complete the survey
Got to about 28% done. Asked for userID and password (!!) Needs work...
Interesting that it only mentions JSP and Servlets in the core Java EE. And it doesn't mention JSF when it talks about other Web frameworks.
Can anyone please explain the difference between: - J2EE 1.4 - Java EE 4 which are both listed as 2 separate items?
Can anyone please explain the difference between:One difference is that there exists something called J2EE 1.4. As far as I know, nothing is called Java EE 4
- J2EE 1.4
- Java EE 4
which are both listed as 2 separate items?
Thanks, we're looking into the problems that a few of you had. They seem to be very sporadic.
Untested and probably no one read it before publishinh... Don't expect me to complete it....