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Recent posts by Victor Sosa

Hi Pankaj.

Yes, you can create more than one server in one WAS installation. You just need to create a new profile and in order to do that run this command in your command line and follow the wizard

<WAS_INSTALLATION_DIR>/bin/ProfileManagement/pmt.bat (.sh if linux)

Hope this helps
7 years ago
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8 years ago
Hi Claude.

If you are about to try WAS 8.0, let me point you to WebSphere Liberty. It is a cool lightweight version of WAS made specially for developers. Take a look at these links

I should mention that this WAS version is WAS 8.5 Beta March Refresh.

Hope this can help you to familiarize with this cool App Server :-)
8 years ago
Hi Avinash

I'd like to recommend you HeadFirst Design Patterns, although I wouldn't say this is the "best" book for it. Personally I find this really helpful, give it a try. And yes, the samples are in Java

Happy Reading.
Hi Preethi.

HFDP is a wonderful resource to learn Design Patterns because it explains in such simple way all the kind of polymorphism, inheritance, OO Design and UML (very basic). After you finish with it, I'd recommend you the book that brought all this movement Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software

Happy reading!!
Cool! something new to read and learn. Thanks to Lee, Celso and CodeRanch guys, you rock!!
Hi Celso.

Great stuff you guys have in there (PBE book and software architecture handbook). Certainly to me now is not the amount of patterns I know (which are something like 15 or less :$), instead I believe that one problem on spreading the patterns word is the huge amount of them and the hard way to get the that will fit in our needs. In my experience, I always got one of those patterns I know and fit it into the solution, no matter if that's not the best pattern for it, and obviously I never have done a pattern-based asset repository, so I'm always creating that infrastructure from scratch (really a bad way now that you guys let us know that term).

I'm really hoping to read your book ASAP, I'm pretty sure I'll learn a lot from you guys, Thanks for this gift to the community
Hi Celso, thanks for your fast response ;)

I have to say that I found interesting the fact of categorizing the patterns using some kind of metadata, are you and Grady Booch proposing a new way to catalog patterns (and I'm guessing that you and Lee are following the same approach/convention in PBE book)? I'd like to point you to a good framework for this purpose, this is JPatterns, an effort from Heinz Kabutz, are you guys proposing something like this?

Thanks for this annoying questions


I'm wondering how can you make an appropriate maintenance of an asset repository. I mean, how can you determine when a pattern implementation will, and is in fact, worthy enough to store it as an asset in a repository?

Thanks in advance for your answer.
Yeah! same problem here. Hope Celso and Lee can answer this practical question
Another thing you may want to be careful (if apply) is the serialization issue. You can serialize your singleton object and then recreate it and this will breakdown your implementation (cause you now will have two singleton objects ). To solve this you can simply write the readObject method and force this "new" instance to reuse your actual singleton, this way you will always have one singleton object in your classpath.

Hope this may work for you. Cheers!
9 years ago
Hi Balaji

What do you mean for "RAD7.0 server"? Are you referring to WAS 7.0 being used in RAD 7? Also, it could be good if you attach some logs
9 years ago
I didn't meant the work I have to do to deploying the project, I mean the time that it takes to Netbeans making it, it takes around 2 to 3 minutes in the deploy. Maybe it could be for the amount of Entity beans and session beans that I have.

If you could say how to improve it would be great.

Thank you so much
Hi David.

I'm actually using Netbeans 6.1, and I found that deploying an EAR project on a Glassfish V2 app server it is a hard work for the IDE, it is a way to do this faster? Or should I consider in putting my project in a Web application. The thing is that my boss want it in this way just for using the Persistence API of EJB

Best regards.