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Recent posts by Kathy Shkarlet

Hi guys,
I'm trying to start using JMF with RTP video, and the problem is - I can't seem to find available test stream!
I have no problems creating / consuming video streams myself, but my boss will be convinced only when I integrate with pre-existing stream.
Help!!!
Kathy
18 years ago
EJB QL is a query language for portable EJB finder methods - new for EJB 2.0.
Hi guys,
Did anybody use Silver Stream eXtend workbench for actual Web Services development? I understand they give it for free and let deploy to Tomcat - which makes it sound good. But did anybody actually work with it?
Thanks,
Kathy
18 years ago
imho - under "good houskeeping" pattern
Take a look at Struts pages though.
I noticed that this cert had a lot of weight - even when people didn't know it existed.
Hi,
I was curious if anybody succeeded with Java development on Jornada 548 [Windows CE 3.0 / SH3 processor]? What are my choices for VM?
Thanks,
Kathy
18 years ago
Hi,
I was wondering if anybody succeeded retrieving mail from altavista mailbox?
I was trying a simple program:
<code><br>
Properties props = System.getProperties();
Session session = Session.getDefaultInstance(props);
session.setDebug(true);
Store store = session.getStore("pop3");
store.connect("mail.altavista.com", "myName", "myPassw");
...
</code>
It connects, sends name, then password, and then altavista closes connection. I know that both name and password exist - i.e. I can get to my mail using them on altavista's web page.
Anybody knows what's wrong?
Thanks,
Kathy
18 years ago
Hi Kumar,
I assume you already have your image as a binary file.
You would need to store it in a BLOB (binary large object) column in the database - plain JDBC does it nicely.
Then just use a Swing component or awt Graphics object to show it.
Kathy

John,
Try JDeveloper (IDE that comes with Oracle) - it has good documentation / samples and makes deployment very easy.
Kathy
Hi Ajith,
I'm currently doing that - I use xml for client-server data and requests transfers - and my team fights me on the performance issues. Do you really think that xml beats serialization performance-wise? What about parsing time?
Kathy
These are interesting numbers, thank you, but I really am only interested in estimating validation overhead.
I certainly could run tests myself, but maybe there's anybody who knows the results?
Hi all,
I'd like to know if anybody has estimated performance penalty for using validating versus non-validating parser for both SAX and DOM versions? Is it similar in different implementations -sun and apache are the ones I'm most interested in?
Kathy
Hi Bjarki and Franck,
Thank you for your replies.
I was (am) following EJB vs JDO discussions, but my interest is in low-end (micro, embedded) solutions, where EJB is not an option.
But as a side question - I haven't seen any EJB - JDO performance comparisons ... Would somebody risk an opinion?
Kathy
Hi, I'd like to hear opinion of those, knowledgeable of JDO - will it kill JDBC or will they co-exist? With the promise of any platform, any datasource ... will JDBC just become obsolete?
Kathy
There's also an explosion of wireless / micro development books scheduled for this year. Simple search on Amazon brought about 10! The first one to go, scheduled for this month, is
"Programming Wireless Devices with the Java 2 (tm) Platform, Micro Edition" by Roger Riggs, Antero Taivalsaari, Mark Vandenbrink.
Kathy
19 years ago