Monthly Archives: November 2014

Phil 11.13.14

8:00 – 5:00 SR

  • DB backups
  • Discussion with Lenny about Direct Cite vs. Reimbursable. I think in the future that Spring DB access plus a rules engine (using WEKA?) might give us what we want.
  • Finally got tabs working in my system:
<!doctype html>
<html ng-app="ui.bootstrap">
    <script src="//"></script>
    <script src="//"></script>
    <link href="//" rel="stylesheet">

<div ><!--ng-controller="TabsDemoCtrl as tabCtrl"-->
        <tab heading="Justified">Justified content</tab>
        <tab heading="SJ">Short Labeled Justified content</tab>
        <tab heading="Long Justified">Long Labeled Justified content</tab>
  • Ands to get all that working also requres the bootstrap css. This isn’t surprising, it’s just not listed anywhere. So at this point, to accommodate libraries/frameworks and styles that will be reused between projects, we’re settling on a libs and styles directory. These directories will contain the local copies of the code/css files that we use in our apps.
  • Of course, the icons don’t work. It looks like we’ll need the fonts folder in the styles folder as well. Really don’t want to put in the js. And I didn’t have too.
  • So it looks like we need the following two libraries to begin with:
    • UI Bootstrap: Bootstrap components written in pure AngularJS by the AngularUI Team
    • AngularUI: The companion suite(s) to the AngularJS framework.
  • Thinking about the following for the post-JSON formatting
    session charcode char dn msec up msec


Phil 11.11.14

7:30 – 10:00, 5:30 – 7:00 SR

  • Taking advantage of the holiday to figure out the Angular that I forgot while I was documenting.
  • Changed queryApp to use factories and added predefined queries
  • Processing json messages. Working on adding a set of tabs to show the different processing.
  • You would think that tabs would be a thing, but they’re really horizontal menues in CSS. Using pure css to make this easier. But I can’t find a way to make the tabs behave like radio buttons. Looks like my first directive…

Dong Shin 11.10.2014

Dong Shin 11.07.2014

  • deployed new FA – fixed rolling month for PM Actuals
  • discussed how to implement Direct Cite and Reimbursable Obligations
  • AngularJS – working on login using ngRoute…..
  • add http response status to server response in FinancialAssistantService so that AngularJS can process the response in promises better……
    • public List<User>>getAllUsers(HttpSession session) to
    • public ResponseEntity<List<User>> getAllUsers(HttpSession session) 

Dong Shin 11.06.2014

  • deployed new FA – sorting fixed, still broken month rollover (shows previous month for current month)
  • fixed PM Actuals month rollover (again!)  – need to look at fiscal year not calendar year
  • fixed datagrid footers not showing properly in Query Builder
  • AngularJS…

Phil 11.6.14

8:00 – 5:30 SR

  • DB Backups
  • Deployment of new FA. Still some problems.
  • Chasing down webstorm bugs. Creating a new project seems to make everything work just fine. Going to try checking out ‘experiments’. And that worked!
  • Then the corporate Internet and phones went down. I’m now writing this from home.
  • Angular? Yep, back to directives. FF v.33 is genuinely hosed with the IntelliJ debugger. Though since the FF debugger is so good, that’s not really much of a problem?
    • Chapter 13 – Advanced Directives (pun intended?)

Phil 11.3.14

8:00 – 10:00, 12:00 – 5:00 SR

  • Access denied to production server, but we have it back on the test server
  • Status reports for Tangie – done
  • Finish documentation for vis2, start on Dong’s code
    • Done with Visibility3
    • Photoshopping FinancialAssistant4