All modern browsers have scalable vector graphic (SVG) file support. But there are several display options for these files. The simplest method is to display the file directly as an image: <img src=”test.svg” alt=”My Test SVG File”> However, in so doing, you lose a unique function of SVG files because it is no longer possible
Introduction Developers that have started using CM WebClient 1.8 Mobile’s touch optimized templates usually find that creating a mobile web app deployment is straightforward. But while deployment as a web app is acceptable for some, other developers creating commercial and specialized applications often benefit from native deployment. For example, you may need to use the
In many circumstances you need programmatic control of the IBM i authentication process, for example in single sign on situations. Please follow these basic steps for to implement. Note that this method will work for both standard WebClient and for WebClient Mobile applications 1. Create a Plex function to accept your User Id and Password.
For many developers it is more convenient to link your CA Plex GEN folders directly into your Eclipse workspace, eliminating the need to run ANT scripts and move the Java source files. Eclipse will detect the fact that you have generated / changed your source files from CA Plex and will automatically build if you desire this.
To add an application server web session listener to your WebClient application, ensure that this XML fragment is present under the web-app element in your web.xml. <listener> <listener-class>com.adcaustin.webclient.servletproxy.WebSessionListener</listener-class> </listener> When the listener is installed, then application clean-up will occur immediately when the session times out (as determined by the application server’s timeout settings). The user closing their browser
The January 2010 WebClient newsletter is available at this link. Highlights of this edition include: New guide published for deploying applications to Websphere New tip published for implementing an Ajax style wait cursor Version 1.4.19 released CA World planned for May 2010, with extensive virtual conference. WebClient will be on display. http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs026/1102336365834/archive/1102948238095.html
Deploying CA Plex/WebClient applications on the IBM WebSphere Application Server can be more challenging that on Tomcat – although the process is largely the same conceptually, WebSphere has more features, options, and versions available. This guide is written with IBM i in mind, but the steps can be generally applied to other versions of WebSphere
This guide will walk you through the steps required to implement an Ajaxy ‘busy’ indicator for a CA Plex / WebClient application. The indicator signals to the user that the web application is processing their request, and to wait until it finishes. On the web this indicator usually takes the form of an animated GIF