Jack Tauson wrote:Should I do it like this (encode \ as %5C):
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Round here it would be e′noom with a short oo as in book. And the longer word would be e-nUm-eration with the U a diphthong.
John Ellee Robado wrote:I need help pleasee
Tim Holloway wrote:In HTTP(S), 500-level response codes should not be used for things like invalid data. A 500 is supposed to indicate that an app function failed unexpectedly - a bug or a problem with request routing.
Michael Farragher wrote:2). Does it matter about the thread safety of the type you're using ? I've read that any type will do.
Kirk James wrote:Thank you for your opinion, so, about the scenario I showed previously, do you think that a checked exception could be a better solution?
Stephan van Hulst wrote:I agree that it looks like a poor tutorial, but on the other hand I also believe Maven should be standard knowledge for any Java programmer who is at the level of using connection pools.
IF Yosuf Ibrahim doesn't have to rush to finish this task, now is as good a time as any to learn Maven.