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How Code Reviews and PMD Can Crush Bugs In Your Code
The ability to review your code is one of the best methods to find bugs and other issues which can cause your program to perform poorly. In fact, one of the hardest things about writing a program is debugging it. When programmers get together and share their knowledge, it can help improve the overall quality of your Java applications.
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How To Use Java DB as Your Client Mobile Database
A database which is embedded in a Java application can be an excellent idea which has a lot of potential. It is currently possible to use it for a client portable database in both browser and desktop programs.
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How To Run J2ME Programs on Palm Devices
Palm products are very popular mobile communication tools which have a large number of properties. Because of the properties that these devices have, they have been combined with programs such as Java.
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How To Quickly Develop Java Programs With Tapestry
As you work with J2EE, you will find that there are a large number of programs which have been designed to make it easier to work with. If you are a programmer, the last thing you should want to concern yourself with is basic low level programming work.
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How To Produce a Java TOC2 Class Which Can Contact Aim
AOL Instant Messenger is one of the most popular instant messenging tools available today. It allows you to send instant messages to other people who use AIM. At the same time, it is possible to heavily customize AIM programs by using a protocol which is named TOC2.
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How To Perform Class Loading With Java
The class loading system for Java is both flexible and strong. It will allow your programs to gains access to class databases without having to link to "include" files which are static. It will load archive files which contain these classes and other tools from specific locations.
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Future of Java Technology
When Java was developed initially as OAK even its developers were not sure in which direction the technology will grow. And actually Java has taken an unexpected turn around as a development technology. It started its journey with embedded applications but people found it somewhat slow when compare to C++. Java made foray into web in the form of applets and ruled the world for sometime. But then came enterprise era with crusade of .NET and J2EE. In this article let us examine possible directions where there are chances Java will grow as development technology.
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Programmerís Point of View of the New Features in Java 5
With emergence of Java 5, a set of new features is included in Java technology. Many programmers working on Java technology were excited before its release about its new features. In this article, new features of Java 5 are summarized which are important from programmerís point of view.
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New Features In Java 5 - From Managers Point of View
The much awaited Java 5 has been launched in recent past by Sun. People who are in IT or related to IT industry were interested about its consequences on many factors. People who are developing applications using Java as a developing technology were more interested in new language features and other technological enhancements. But others for whom it is important to manage such process from higher level were more interested in things that are going to change with Java 5. In this article we are going to discuss enhancements in Java 5 over prior versions that are important from managementís point of view.
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Capitalization of English Names
There are names in the English language like Sam O'Neil, Jenny McCarthy, Beverly d'Angelo, Leonardo di Caprio, Don Alejandro de la Vega, Wernher von Braun, etc. that give us trouble when we try to properly capitalize them in software applications. I provide a customizable and extendable solution to this problem. I had looked through many documents on the net concerning capitalization in English and also spoke to some people that are supposed to know things like this. Then I've written some code that puts all this theory into Java.
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Demonstration of Linked List in java
It is a simple demonstration of Linked list in java programming language. Very simple and well commented java source code for the beginners. Linked list of points are used to create a Polyline and display it.
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Demonstration of the try-catch-finally
Demonstration of the try catch finally exception handling mechanism in java programming language.
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uCertify SCJP - 310-035, Exam Simulation For Sun Certification
The uCertify Exam Simulation is a comprehensive tool for success in the SCJP (310-035) certification exam. It contains 4 full-length realistic practice tests comprising 435 questions with detailed analysis and explanations for each answer. The Simulation is developed after rigorous research and innovation by a panel of highly experienced and certified authors, to equip the aspirants with the latest and most accurate study material for the SCJP certifications. It also offers Adaptive and customized testing, Diagnostic test and detailed performance reviews. Value added features such as Test preparation tips and test information, Technical articles and Fully illustrated How TosÖ eliminate the need for any other preparation aid.
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Portlets with FacesClient Components
Web apps developed with the thin client computing model exhibit performance gaps and user interface limitations. As an alternative, the IBM FacesClient Components (formerly called the Odyssey Browser Framework) provides a more effective model for developing Web apps. FacesClient Components work inside a portlet programming environment to deliver exceptional value in the form of richer user interfaces and improved performance.
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RAD Tutorial w/ JavaServer Faces and WS Portal
The latest release of IBM WebSphere Studio and the Portal Toolkit plug-in provide new features for developing front-end applications using Java Server Faces. These features enable developers to quickly and easily use visual rapid-application development tools and provide a rich set of interesting user interface components not easily created or maintained in the past. This tutorial demonstrates how a framework as flexible as Java Server Faces and the tools provided by both WebSphere Studio and the Portal Toolkit make short order of integrating, testing and maintaining a portal-based front end.
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Adding JRuby to your Java Toolbox
JRuby combines the object-oriented strength of Smalltalk, the expressiveness of Perl, and the flexibility of the Java class libraries into a single, efficient rapid development framework for the Java platform. In this third installment in the alt.lang.jre series, Michael Squillace and Barry Feigenbaum introduce JRuby, a sophisticated addition to your Java development toolbox.
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The On Demand Operating Environment
The On Demand Operating Environment is based upon the concepts of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). SOA views every application or resource as a service implementing a specific, identifiable set of (business) functions. In addition to the business functions, services in an on demand environment might also implement management interfaces to participate in the broader configuration, operation, and monitoring of the environment. This article provides an introduction to the On Demand Operating Environment.
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Generate Certificate Chains for Testing Java Applications
Learn how to create digital-certificate chains to test your software. IBM Software Engineer, Paul H. Abbott, clarifies this seldom-documented process by showing you how to use the freely available OpenSSL toolkit to create a certificate chain of any length. He also describes common certificate attributes and shows you some sample Java code for reading the certificates you create into a Java keystore.
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Application Privacy Monitoring for JDBC
Privacy monitoring technology in information technology systems is now necessary in order to ensure compliance with stated privacy policies, especially in the customer information management systems in enterprises such as Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Privacy policies allow organizations to control the use of personally identifiable information (PII) according to individual choices. The IBM Tivoli Privacy Manager (TPM) provides server support for creating, deploying, and administering privacy policies as well as for checking conformance to policies and for logging auditable data on data accesses. However, applications using TPM must use an agent that is able to intercept each access of PII and interact with a TPM server for auditing and enforcement. This is the function of a privacy monitor.
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Reference Monitor for Tivoli Privacy Manager
The Reference Monitor's purpose is to simplify the task of developing new privacy monitors, which are integration points between an application and the Privacy Manager server. IBM Tivoli Privacy Manager provides a way for businesses to meet various privacy regulations. It incorporates a privacy management middleware system that applies privacy rules to existing applications while minimizing the impact to the environment.
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