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I read an article somewhere about tech conferences where there are no "speakers". Instead at an opening session the audience votes on topics, which are then scheduled as sessions, and whoever shows up at that session participates and shares knowledge.

Has anyone else heard of these, and if so where could I get more info?
15 years ago
Thanks for your help everyone. Your advice helped me clarify my strategy on this one.
15 years ago
Thank you both for your help. Here is the working "suite of suites":


[ June 06, 2008: Message edited by: Ryan Day ]
15 years ago
>>One guess: com.sample.business.AllTests has to extend TestSuite

Tried this. Still no luck.
15 years ago
I'm getting an error when I try to create a top-level Junit test suite that will call multiple other test suites.

I am trying to create a JUnit test suite "AllTests" that contains all of the TestSuites in other packages.

The lower-level AllTests looks like this (with package and class names changed to samples):



Here is the higher level test suite I created:



The low level test suites run fine, but when I try to run the higher level test suite, I get the following error:



junit.framework.AssertionFailedError: No tests found in com.sample.business.AllTests

15 years ago
I have some custom Exceptions that I construct by passing a string and another Throwable. For example, I get a database error and I wrap it with a custom business exception.

I would like to add a log() method in my custom Exceptions, which will log information about the Exception, and then traverse all the throwables it is wrapped around.

Sounds simple but I'm getting stuck. What's the best way to do this?
15 years ago
Found the answer to this one. You declare Exceptions using the RaisedException property under the UML properties of the operation that needs to throw an Exception. (This is used when you're transforming the UML model into Java code.)
16 years ago
I have created my design model classes, with all the necessary operations. I can't figure out how to declare exceptions on the operations. Can anyone tell me how that is done?

(Using RSA 7 but I suspect it's the same in RAD/RSM)
16 years ago
Thanks James, I was looking for something just like this a few weeks ago. I'll check it out.
16 years ago
JSF
We're reviewing Hibernate vs. raw JDBC for our application design. In the development organization as a whole, there is a discussion regarding the performance implications of using an ORM (e.g. "ORMs are too slow").

I searched the archive but didn't find a thread on this, but I imagine it has been discussed previously. Could someone point me to a JavaRanch thread on this topic, or suggest another web resource that has a discussion of both sides of this topic?
Does anyone have experience purchasing a domain name from a domain aggregator? I'm interested in getting one for personal use and a couple of the names I'm interested in have the "buy this domain" page.

I can't spend much on one and I don't want to get ripped off...any advice?
16 years ago
From one JSF newbie to another, I think the uiSaveState Tomahawk component may do what you want:

http://myfaces.apache.org/tomahawk/uiSaveState.html
16 years ago
JSF
Glen, based on the title of your post, you may find this article interesting:

http://www.thearcmind.com/confluence/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=4264
16 years ago
JSF