[gradebook2-dev] submit file grades, writing to response
yq12 at txstate.edu
Thu Nov 10 14:21:13 PST 2011
Sure, I will.
On 11/10/11 4:27 PM, "Thomas Amsler" <tpamsler at ucdavis.edu> wrote:
... and please report your findings (patch) in GRBK-691. Thank you.
On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 12:04 PM, Qu, Yuanhua <yq12 at txstate.edu> wrote:
> Thanks Mike,
> I'll see if I can solve this with your proposal in the JIRA by using
> Response object. Appreciate your pointing.
> On 11/10/11 2:15 PM, "Michael Wenk" <mjwenk at ucdavis.edu> wrote:
> With the current code, there isn't one. The problem is jersey doesn't
> like the fact that the response is manipulated outside of its
> processing. There's a JIRA for this, GRBK-691. However, it will
> require an API change, and likely for the advisor methods to pay more
> attention to being run in the jersey context, Ie, using the jersey
> Response object to do things instead of the serlet API stuff.
> On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 10:46 AM, Qu, Yuanhua <yq12 at txstate.edu> wrote:
>> I'm getting submit final grades working and I also need to write to
>> to show to the submitter if there is error or submit ok. All seems
>> fine from user's interface, but in the server log, I always get
>> IllegalStateException decribed in this thread
>> I don't like to big spam in the log for this and trying to resolve it
>> passed few days but in vain. Do you have any solution to get rid of the
>> log exceptions that throw in the server log?
>> Any help would be appreciated. We need to get this done on our production
>> before our final is approaching. Thanks al lot.
>> Yuanhua Qu
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> Michael Wenk
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