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  1. I would like to call the jquery text() method with a string argument that includes the HTML character entity for the copyright symbol (©). I've tried numerous variations of the following theme: $('#copyright').text('© ' + date.getFullYear() + ' John Doe'); So far, nothing I've tried has produced the desired result. Specifically, the HTML "& copy;" entity is not getting translated into the copyright symbol. Is it possible to pass an HTML character entity in this way?
  2. hi , im try to do the java web to connect with managed bean and connect to the javaDB (entity) class i trying to insert the record in the database but ....fail.... public void createUser(){ Booking book = new Booking(); book.setLessonno(this.l_id); book.setCustomername(strName); book.setCustomerphone(strPhone); try { utx.begin(); em.persist(book); utx.commit(); } catch (Exception e) { throw new RuntimeException(e); } } this come out a error .... java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException: Not supported yet. public void updateDB(){ EntityManagerFactory emfactory = Persistence.createEntityManagerFactory("testTrainingPU"); EntityManager entitymanager = emfactory.createEntityManager(); entitymanager.getTransaction().begin(); Lesson lesson = entitymanager.find(Lesson.class, this.l_id); lesson.setQuantity(lesson.getQuantity()-1); entitymanager.getTransaction().commit(); Booking book = new Booking(); book.setCustomername(strName); book.setCustomerphone(strPhone); book.setLessonno(this.l_id); entitymanager.persist(book); entitymanager.getTransaction().commit(); entitymanager.close(); emfactory.close(); } this way also same so how i need to solve it ...thanks
  3. I have a few HTMl questions: 1. Example: <img src="URL" alt="A picture of my dog, Luna, a Border Collie." title="Luna">What is the function for the title tag? When the image is not visible, the alt text will be displayed, so i do wonder, why one would add a title? What is the practical use for it? 2. We need to use entities to display certain symbols. Like "©" for a copyright entity. When i define keywords for my meta-tags, "keyword" to be more precise. Do i need to write "Pinguïn" or do i need to write "Pinguïn"?Charset is UTF-8. Thanks in advance.
  4. i want to know about difference between model and entity. because these word is so close and i am confused.
  5. I have a some System Entities defined our my Master xml (that has entity references to contained xml's) that I use to get image locations using (unparsed-entity-ur). Which works fine, except for the case where the xml has a figure object with comments:note attribute, and then a contained <graphic> which uses entity reference to resolve the image source. Without the comment:note of the figure, it resolves fine. The problem is my comment xslt template creates a document fragment of the node containing the comment without the comment attribute resulting from xsl copy-of function, so it is now not connected to the main document anymore, so when it is done transforming the content, when trying to resolve 'unparsed-entity-uri' returns blank. So, my question is, is there anyway to still reference the entity, or pass the value/reset the value/set value to another parameter/etc around this new document fragment so that I can still get the source value of the image? The xsl calls are below that creates the new document fragment. For the graphic tag, which occurs after the comment, have another template where I call the 'unparsed-entity-uri' of a name passed in from the xml, but just returns blank. <xsl:template>.... <xsl:variable name='decommented-node'> <xsl:call-template name='decomment'> <xsl:with-param name="node" select='.' /> </xsl:call-template> </xsl:variable> <!-- Apply the template for the decommented node. Need to drill down into the document fragment that contains that node. And, for good measure, pick the first child. --> <xsl:apply-templates select='$decommented-node/*[1]'/> </xsl:when> <xsl:otherwise> <!-- We haven't yet shown title. Process all nodes. --> <xsl:apply-templates/> </xsl:otherwise> </xsl:choose> </xsl:when> <xsl:otherwise> <!-- Do NOT render --> </xsl:otherwise> </xsl:choose> </xsl:template> <xsl:template name='decomment'> <xsl:param name='node' select='.'/> <xsl:element name='{name($node)}'> <xsl:for-each select="$node/*[name()!=title]|text()|$node/@*[name()!=comment]"> <xsl:copy-of select="."/> </xsl:for-each> </xsl:element> </xsl:template>
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