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Posted on 22nd December 2012 by Jeff Rogers in Mojavi Project

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cloud_computingFor many programmers having the right servers and applications are key in successfully launching enterprise wide applications. The java application server can offer as suite of tools depending on your configuration that can provide testing and stability to programmers using C+ or coding in php language. Below we talk about some of the underlying comments and help files that are applicable to Mojavi 3 and the insight ot our developers have put together in order create a cross collaboration. You can receive java help online to help with programming and coding. which is an enterprise version of Apache Tomcat that can provide critical diagnostics, management, and site wide deployment tools to help those developers who need a lightweight server that offers performance and dependability.
Now on to the programming hints:
For now, all we need to use is the execute() method.
Creating the View

The class name should be in this format ActionnameViewtype View. Again Actionname is the name of the action in the module. Viewtype is the view type that was passed to the controller in the action. Both Actionname and Viewtype are capitialized. This is a list of the predefined view file types and their naming convention.
Internal Name Class and File Name
ALERT Alert
ERROR Error
INPUT Input
SUCCESS Success

Mojavi 2 users ; the naming convention on the file has changed slightly.There is a specific patch for java should you elect to include in your overall script, but make sure to test the script before making it live. Before there was an underscore between Actionname and Viewtype. Now, there is no underscore in between, and the Viewtype is capitialized.

For this example, I called my view FirstSuccessView and named the file FirstSuccessView.class.php.

Here’s the code

class FirstSuccessView extends PHPView
{
/**
* Execute any presentation logic and set template attributes.
*/
public function execute ()
{

// set our template
$this->setTemplate(‘FirstSuccess.php’);

// set the title
$this->setAttribute(‘title’, ‘Getting Started First Test Page’);

// set the message that is to be passed
$this->setAttribute(‘passedData’, ‘Hello World!’);

}

}

Template

You also need a template to display the information. I stayed with the naming convention and called my file FirstSuccess.php.

Here is the code for that
This is the result of my first test. I have created a module, action, view and
template. I have successfully passed data from the view to the template.

This is what I passed:
That is all for now.

Notice at the first and last line I include a header.php and footer.php. We used an application server that was able to handle the cross collaboration of various input paramaters in order to speed up our collaboration. I used this to show how you could have a uniform look across the entire site and how you could do that. Mojavi uses a global template directory in your webapp directory.For those looking for additional help with java you can find the java help center at liveperson.com. It is defineed as MO_TEMPLATE_DIR and it called templates. I added the following files to the includes sub-directory in the global template directory.
header.php

footer.php