On Sat, Sep 20, 2008 at 10:01 PM, Charles F. Munat [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I can't find any examples of a many-to-many relationship using Lift's mapper. Am I missing one? How does one map two classes in a many-to-many bidirectional relationship? Using the HasManyThrough class:
On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 11:54 PM, Tim Perrett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Having an issue with ehcache.xml being picked up. The docs say that it need to be on the classpath - I've tried having it in META-INF, WEB- INF/classes/META-INF but yet nothing seems to work. It never gets picked up...?
On Sun, Oct 5, 2008 at 7:28 PM, Charles F. Munat [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm working on an app in which users may spend significant time editing a form before submitting it. It's possible during this time that their session could time out. My concern is that they might submit a long edit,
On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 10:37 PM, Derek Chen-Becker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: OK, I think I know how to create a new branch, but being a Git newb I really don't want to nuke anything. Do I just do a git branch my new branch name in my local repo? I think you want: git checkout -b branchName
On May 17, 10:33 pm, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: Can you verify the log4j.xml file is being read? On Mon, May 18, 2009 at 9:38 PM, Channing Walton channingwal...@mac.com wrote: Not sure how I can tell. Specifying -Dlog4j.debug on the command line should prompt log4j to
Hi, I was wondering why lift markup uses XML elements to reference snippets, rather than using namespaced attributes in the way that (I think) Wicket and Tapestry do? Or like Plone's TAL, which is the first place I saw such a thing. The reason I ask is this: I'm sure I've read somewhere that
On 5 February 2010 05:00, philip philip14...@gmail.com wrote: I downloaded the git source and made a OSGi jar package by running the maven, now what do I do with it? I see its a jar file with the manifest for OSGi, I guess I can load it into Apache Felix, but doesn't Liftweb need tomcat or
On 22 February 2010 21:45, Raoul Duke rao...@gmail.com wrote: This is related to Lift how? It appears to be a framework itself... i figure people who use Lift are the kinds of people who might have their ear to the ground for other approaches to the web problem, and might have insight into