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thanks for the response Ernest. I guess i should have been clearer in my inital post. we are using cvs but we don't have a 'well oil machine'. in other words, a set of rules and practices for using cvs in our company. for intance, how is code moved from development to staging. is it:
-manually copied to staging, tested, and after it works checked into cvs
or
-once working in development, checked in, pulled onto staging, tested.

how is code moved from staging to production. cvs or tar files?

cvs is a tool. most books i've seen treat it like that. none seem to cover a process of using cvs. i am looking for this process/set of best practices.


BTW, i have your book 'jess in action'. very interesting and clearly written. it was nice to read something other than the usual 'monkey code to a database'. it got me excited about rule based systems and reminded me why i majored in computer science.
what is the best practice for presenting large datasets to users in a web application, say a 'product search'?
Do you obtain the entire dataset at once and then show 'x' at time?
Do you perform queries that only obtain 'x-sized' chunks of the dataset?
??
My group would like to start using CVS for version control and I am wondering what are some best practices in it usage.

Currently, each developer has a development server, there is a single test/staging server, and a production server.
i've read much about rmi and other distrib technologies and wonder why we need code running on other machines. can't we just host everything on 1 machine? how likely do you need to have code running on multiple machines? The only reason i can find is horizontal scalability.
17 years ago
beyond being a tutorial on saaj, is there a good reason to use soap in that example?
17 years ago
has anyone been successful creating & compiling the stubs and skeletons created from the amazon 4 wsdl document and jax-rpc from axis 1.2 (i've also tried axis 1.1). seems quite a few classes are missing when i try to compile the generated files (many *response* objects missing)
17 years ago
in the saaj portion of the coffee break application, why do they use saaj/soap instead of xml over http without the structure of soap? for example, using jdom and an httpurlconnection to send over the xml documents?
17 years ago
java and web development is very fast paced with new apis and tools coming out every month. it's tough to keep up and it would be great to go home and not have to study or do tutorials.

this makes me wonder about our system admin. he does backups, applies patches, creates accounts, configures servers, etc. as a developer, you need to have system admin knowledge to get anything done. why not take a break and enjoy life a little and take an easier career? paged at 2am because a system crashed? people constantly interrupting you.

system admin seems to have the right money/life/work balance.
17 years ago
as someone who has the scea, i say get the SCWCD. I have the scea and 4 years experience and i am having a very tough time finding a job. i don't think the scea is respected in industry.
17 years ago
i got the exact "failed" message the two of you have. so maybe i didn't fail? this is very disheartening! I saw 'failed' without any explanation and became very angry.
you class diagram did not show any j2ee patterns? did you show j2ee patterns in the sequence diagram? Component diagram showed only ejb, jsp, and servlet? I am confused as to what sun wants to see on each diagram.
Is there a full rup case study using j2ee available on the net? I'd like to look at an example done the right way so i can base my project on it. i've seen many simplified examples in books but no full example.
how do you take a design model to entity ejb? do you just group the related classes together and make each group an entity ejb?
Analysts. less technical skills, more social skills. technical skills (deveoplers/programmers/engineers) can be bought cheaply overseas. problem is I think most of us got into this industry because we are antisocial/lack social skills or the computer science degree made us into antisocial beasts.
18 years ago
phoenix is a dead market for java, you might not think it based on this city's size, but it is dead.
18 years ago