We have some very specific questions we needed answered in the "here's how we do it in .NET, so how is it done in Java?" realm.
Note that you can choose to bid on all three of these or a subset, just include in bid/questions.? I will pay per question on answers I have confirmed in code, so answers with code examples = faster confirmation, less questions, and quicker payout.? :-)
What is the Java/JSP equivalent of each of these from .NET/ASPX:
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4.? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? We have .NET code that does caching on the HTTPResponse object that are not sure how to translate into Java:
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5.? ? ? ? ? ? ? In .NET, we use the prerender event? to conditionally read settings from the a config file and still avoid storing them in session state.? We want our web events to be stateless if possible.? ? ? What is the equivalent in Java/JSP??
Please see example .net code in the attached file.
1) Answer questions to our satisfaction, including example code if needed.
2) Solutions should avoid use of additional third party components we are not already using unless otherwise agreed to during course of engagement.
3) All deliverables will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. Buyer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. (No GPL, GNU, 3rd party components, etc. unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the buyer on the site per the coder's Seller Legal Agreement).
For the 3rd question in the description, example code that is equivelent to this code in .NET in the attached file.
Note:? Please excuse the use of the "bidder guarentee."? This has been recommended to me strongly to ensure the individuals who bid on these .net to java conversion bid requests are versed in both technologies.
For Java servers, Windows / Intel based servers running Apache-Tomcat.
For dev environment: Eclipse.