Anyone who has a project set with a bunch of jar projects and an
outer war one has probably had occasion to be working along and then
suddenly, trying to raise the log level doesn‘t work. The main way this
occurs is that logback is an implementation of...
Even Tapestry has limitations!!. One of the limitation is not being
able to get hold of the generated response for use, e.g. to send as an
email or convert to PDF/Image etc. There are two ways of doing
it(atleast Google search results say so). One is to...
Data types for dates and times are slightly different across
databases which often makes life difficult for us developers.
ColdFusion ORM makes this pretty simple:
For a date with time use ormtype="timestamp"Just a date use...
In the first part of our ”Car sale” application
related posts we created some standard index structure by properly
configuring schema.xml configuration file. It didn’t take long to hear
the first complains from the website users with this kind of...
Today’s entry is dedicated to one type of cache in the Solr – filter
cache. I will try to explain what it does, how to configure it and how
to use it in an efficient way.
What it is used for ?
Let’s start from the inside. FilterCache stores ...
We’re making use of MarkLogic and therefore xquery
on the project I’m currently working on and recently wanted to add our
xquery setup files onto the classpath so they could be used in a test.
We added them into ‘src/main/resources’ and set that as...
I just finished converting my FindBugs SBT plugin “findbugs4sbt“ to SBT 0.10.x.
FindBugs? What’s that? – Go have a look at its website, and then use it, always! One caveat though: It doesn’t support Scala source code. So use it with all your Java...
We have just published the 2011 edition of our Open Source Developer Report, the results of our Eclipse Community Survey.
I always enjoy going through the results and discovering new trends
that are happening in the Eclipse community. Here are some...
The Eclipse Foundation has released the results of the annual Eclipse Community Survey. The fact that the survey is annual provides the opportunity to spot trends; highlights include an increasing adoption of Git and Hudson/Jenkins, more inclusion of the...
As I mentioned in an earlier post
we’re using SBT on our project and one of it’s cool features is that it
will listen to the source directory and then automatically recompile
the code when it detects file changes.
JBoss World 2011's
much talked about keynote ended with a big bang - a live demo that many
thought we were insane to even try and pull off - and has sparked off a
lot of interest, many claiming JBoss has got its mojo back. One of the things people keep...
Wow, this is hands down the best article there is on Java EE 6
that I‘ve seen. It‘s a good read and covers a lot of great stuff, from
OpenSessionInView through the new extended persistence context and the
relationship to lazy.
The story I’m about to tell is the worst case of leaky abstraction
that I’ve encountered and had to resolve. Actually, it’s the most
profound example that I know of. Profound here is used in a negative
sense, of course. This isn’t the performance...