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Satya Komatineni

Satya Komatineni is the author of AspireJ2EE (http://www.activeintellect.com), an open source web development RAD tool for J2EE/XML. He is also the author of a public contnent managemetn/weblogging system called AKC (http://www.activeintellect.com/akc). He has published with ONJava.com, ONDotnet.com, XML Journal, Java Report, and Java Developers Journal. Currently Satya, in his capacity as CTO at Indent, Inc., is also a technical architect on a number of SBIR (Small business innovative research) phase-I awards. Satya's current research includes CMS/Blogging Systems, Universal Data Tiers, Java, C#, COM+, J2EE, XML,Relational Databases, Frameworks, SVG, Web Charting, Universal IDEs, Transformational languages (JSP, XSL, awk), and Better software architectures. Satya holds an MS in Electrical Engineering from IIT, New Delhi, 1986. The companies he has consulted with include IBM, Millipore, CSX, Ryder, Bax Global, Harland, and TNT Logistics, NA.

 

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A bit of Tomcat, a bit of Aspire, and a touch of master pages: Microsoft Access never looked so good ;)

Posted by satyak on June 10, 2004 at 7:06 AM PDT

A bit of Tomcat, a bit of Aspire, and a touch of master pages: and Microsoft Access comes to life.

Working with ServletRequest's setCharacterEncoding for UTF-8 form submissions

Posted by satyak on May 21, 2004 at 7:38 AM PDT

Working with ServletRequest's setCharacterEncoding for UTF-8 form submissions

A valuable server side java programming guide/reference

Posted by satyak on May 20, 2004 at 6:29 AM PDT

With the proliferation of java server side technologies, this tutorial from Sun is very well laid out and quite refreshing. Unlike the title this tutorial actually covers servlets, jsp, tags, web services, jaxb, soap, xslt, jsf, localization, tomcat.

Show me the code: A taste of JAXB

Posted by satyak on March 20, 2004 at 1:29 PM PST

The following sample code is extracted from "Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) by Ed Ort and Bhakti Mehta, March 2003" to show you a taste of how jaxb coding look like with some of my own comments pepperred in.

Generating classes

Parts, Pipelines, and Declarative programming: An architectural model

Posted by satyak on February 6, 2004 at 8:33 AM PST

Introduction

A valentine helper from a "John Donne (1572-1631)

Posted by satyak on February 5, 2004 at 6:32 AM PST

Valentine and impending doom, when in the same sentence, are redundant. Perhaps the following lines from John Donne(1572 to 1631) might be of somehelp to the needy:

If ever any beauty I did see,
Which I desired, and got, 't was but a dream of thee

Taken from John Donne's "Good Morrow".

Type faces: An idea to bridge typed and type-less worlds

Posted by satyak on January 27, 2004 at 7:33 AM PST

Introduction

How to style a simple block menu in HTML using CSS

Posted by satyak on January 22, 2004 at 10:32 PM PST

How to style a simple block menu in HTML using CSS

A quick refresher on CSS selectors

Posted by satyak on January 20, 2004 at 2:31 PM PST
.question {font-weight: bold } (solitary class selector)
p.question {font-weight: bold} (regular class selector)
body {font-weight: bold} (element selector)
p#question { font-weight: bold} (ID selector)
ul li strong  {font-weight: bold} (descendent selector)
ul.mylist li strong {font-weight: bold} (descendent selector for a class)
ul#mylist li strong {font-weight: bold} (descendent se    
  
  

A picture is worth a thousand words

Posted by satyak on January 7, 2004 at 3:41 PM PST

As I have spent a good bit of the last 3 years in developing Aspire/J2EE, my discussions involuntarily drift towards floating this name. Foes ignore and friends, out of pure courtesy mainly I suspect, ask me what is Aspire/J2EE. I start, real fast (before they have a chance to retreat), and explain that it is a RAD tool for Java and J2EE ingeneral and you can do real cool things with it.