This is again a small JMS configuration stuff we have to do in JBoss 5. There is considerable difference in doing it in JBoss 5 compared to JBoss 4 and don’t expect our old configuration to work well with JBoss 5 without any change. In JBoss 5 they are using JBoss Messaging in place of JBoss MQ. You can read a detailed post on migrating from JBoss 4 to JBoss 5 here.
Upgrading JBoss 4 to JBoss 5 with Java 5 to Java 6
The information presented here comes from an effort to upgrade a Java enterprise application to the most current versions of all of its parts; primarily to get onto Java 6. Its starting system specifications were the following:
Coderetreat is a day-long, intensive practice event, focusing on the fundamentals of software development and design. By providing developers the opportunity to take part in focused practice, away from the pressures of 'getting things done', the coderetreat format has proven itself to be a highly effective means of skill improvement. Practicing the basic principles of modular and object-oriented design, developers can improve their ability to write code that minimizes the cost of change over time.
Setting up Gitorious on your own server
Gitorious is an open source Rails application for managing your projects: Git repositories, wikis, timeline and more. Not identical to, but not completely unlike GitHub. Being open source means you can set up your own Gitorious, even in private mode and host all your company's projects. In this article I'll show you how to get it running.
This document does not claim to be complete, nor does it claim to be exact. The reason I wrote this document is because I got stuck with setting up SAProuter on a DMZ, with a couple of firewalls. So I collected as much information as I could find and crafted this document so I would have a reference.
Working with some other people on the issue(s) it appeared that I was not the only one wandering in the dark, so I decided to release the document to the world for everybody to shoot at. So shoot, and help to make this document better and more complete.
This document is based on tests done with SAProuter running on Debian GNU/Linux and two Debian GNU/Linux firewalls.
When using JUnit in Spring there are several features added that many developers are not aware of.
First, if you are including the Spring Context in your tests, it becomes an Integration Test, no longer a Unit Test.
SFTP-Client mit Java implementieren
August 28th, 2007 in Code-Schnipsel | 2 Kommentare »
Wer innerhalb eines Projektes vor die Aufgabe gestellt wird, eine FTP-Verbindung über den SSH-Port (SFTP) aufzubauen steht schnell vor dem Problem, dass Java von Haus aus hierfür keine geeignete Library zur Verfügung stellt. Da ich selbst beim Suchen nach der geeigneten Lösung einen gewissen Moment in Google, auf diversen Seiten und Foren und im Quellcode von diversen Libs verbrachte, möchte ich hier die von mir präferierte Lösung vorstellen.
We are building a community-written O'Reilly Cookbook about how to build great Android applications. It will be full of how-to information along with code snippets that illustrate the ideas presented. It will be complete, featuring both how-to's that overlap with the official documentation, and material that goes beyond this to be more tutorial, more in-depth, or explaining "lessons from the trenches": what actually works to get the application functioning well. Unlike most books written by one, two or a few individuals, this will have input from hundreds of contributors, who will be able to view and comment on each others' recipes before the book is printed. And after the book is printed, this site will continue to exist - with a larger collection of recipes than will fit in the printed book - and serve as an Android developer resource site long after.
We welcome contributions from anybody who has something useful to say about how to make usable and successful Android applications. There are several ways of contributing: experienced Android developers can write recipes; newer ones can suggest recipes that they'd like to see; anybody can read and comment on recipes; anybody can vote for existing recipes (voting indicates that you like the recipe and/or think it should be included in the printed edition of the book). All we ask of contributors is the following: