Campbell Ritchie wrote:... Also, work out the expression with pencil and paper before trying to code it.
Matthew Freake wrote:Does the tester access the servlet via a proxy? I've had production issues where a proxy would re-request a URL if it took longer than a certain time period.
H Und wrote:No, I am using jboss5.1.0. This whole setup is working fine for last 1 yr. in production, but all of sudden this problem started 2 months ago. I would like to know that, this problem is due to OS or JVM or Hardware. As per the postings on various forums, it is getting difficult to come to a conclusion on this problem. Most of the people says the problem is due to a bug in jvm.
ramswaroop ram wrote:I have a problem in sorting nodes.
please post the code for sorting nodes.
David Yin wrote:So I'm looking for a way that can do optimization without changing lot of stuff, and a free tool for me to test the performance. dynatrace looks like not free.
Chuck Barnes wrote:
Ove Lindström wrote:
You can convert any file to a random access. I still think that this is a Parser pattern problem and should be treated as such. Create a factory that can handle a line and parse it from there. Return an object if parsing was ok or a null-implementation of that objects interface if not. Or throw an exception. But I am not that fond out using exceptions to control flows.
I think I'll try that idea. I was wondering if you could point me in the direction of an example of a factory that you refer too? Im not sure I know the concept of what a 'factory' is.
Thanks for the help
John Quach wrote:Is there a way to make use of this code? I can't seem to get a main class to work with it.
John Quach wrote:
Ah. That would be very useful in conditionals would it?
Campbell Ritchie wrote:That tail implementation seems to use a random access file. Can you convert a CSV to random access?
At this point, we are beyond the “beginning” stage, so I shall move this discussion.