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1. Java / JSP lost session value on redirect - FIXED

My JSP page and the Java servlet kept losing session values on a login page and the browser sent me back to the login page after first login attempt but subsequent logins were fine...

2. Fix the problem with PHP5 XML removeChild() method

I recently needed to use PHP XML DOM extension for a project. It started smoothly as I'm familiar with Microsoft XML DOM which is based on W3C standard and PHP XML DOM extension is based on the same standard. The initial joy only lasted for two days and I ran into a three-day headache of desperately trying to make the removeChild() method work.

3. How to integrate PHP HTML Help .chm file with Crimson Editor

A common feature of an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is opening a relevant topic in help system by pressing a function key such as F1 when a word is selected in the IDE. Crimson Editor has made this extremely flexible.

4. How to Connect to a MySQL Database from PHP

To build a MySQL database-driven web application in PHP, the very first thing you need to do is connect to a MySQL database. With only 6 lines of code, you can easily kick start your dynamic website development.

5. Use MySQL String Functions to Build ASCII Character Chart

This article shows you how to create an 94 ASCII printable characters chart (excluding the space character) by using MySQL string functions. These characters number from 33 to 126 in decimal base-10 number system.

6. How to create include path for PHP (five ways to do it)

One thing that people often complain about PHP is that there are always more than one way to do the same thing in PHP. This is very true for PHP includes. Here are 5 ways to create PHP include path.

7. How to use Date and Time data as integer value in PHP and MySQL

When it comes to storing date and time data in MySQL, sometimes it is more convenient to store the equivalent integer data rather than storing the data as date or datetime data type. The main reason to do so is related to easiness of data computation and comparison, data portability, and increased query performance with indexes on integer columns.

8. Absolute Path and Relative Path Explained

When you link to a page on the same website, you can use either absolute path or relative path of the current page location. There are advantages of not using full version of absolute path. Click here to find out.




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