Tomas Linhart wrote:
I'd like to ask what is your recommended approach to using design patterns. Shall a programmer always start with looking for a appropriate design pattern when solving some problem, or should it emerge from his initial effort to find the solution?
Tomas Linhart wrote:pattern usage. Also, are there any design patterns (I mean the original from GoF), that are outdated, or that you would not recommend to use? I often hear this for example about Singleton pattern (though I've never really understood the "why").
Jaikiran Pai wrote:In the context of EJBs, remote refers to EJB components that belong to different applications/deployments even if they are on the same JVM.
Luk Cora wrote:It say that I need at least jdk5 but what about application server?
Luk Cora wrote:And if I don't want to use jboss but glassfish, weblogic or others?
rajesh vass wrote:why do we create private constructors in java classes?
rajesh vass wrote:And for creating that class object we give static factory methods.
Luqman Ghani wrote:Thanks,...
Now I understand why every class has a main in it.
Henry Wong wrote:
Rahul Sudip Bose wrote:Can anyone tell me what it is in a nutshell, without going into technical details. What is its use and is it popular ?
JMS is an abstraction layer for various messaging systems, such as TIBCO EMS, IBM MQ, Active MQ, Informatica UM, etc.
Pat Farrell wrote:Real Soon Now. or not.
I've been writing for a while that Java's multi-thread support is too hard to implement.
Edvins Reisons wrote:Have you tried mapping two classes, with different levels of detail, to that one table?
vinoth ar wrote:hi friends,
I heard that the EJB is an outdated technology