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Jean-Francois Briere

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Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:

But the other production app servers out there that support EJB 3.0 is Sun's GlassFish, JBoss, and one other that I can't remember the name.



Maybe you are referring to the SAP NetWeaver Application Server.
It's a fully-Compliant Java EE 5 Application Server.

Regards

Originally posted by Ko Ko Naing:

The official names are Java SE, Java EE and Java ME.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JEE

Not that wiki is de facto reference on the subject.
It's only an indicator that the acronym is already used in the community.
I also think it's a good idea to start learning with JEE 5.

The once called J2EE platform (up to J2EE 1.4) is now called JEE (along with JSE and JME).

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You should do it in two passes.
First read the file and add all mail elements in the tree set.
Second iterate over the tree set to write to the second file.

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13 years ago
Hard to tell. Could be many things. You will have to tell us more about your problem.
14 years ago
Unfortunately you cannot create multiple vms in the same process in JNI, even by doing it sequentially (create exec destroy create exec destroy ...). It's simply not possible.
To achieve what you want you'll have to do it with two sequential processes.
14 years ago
In your JSP page try something like:

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14 years ago
You could create a special class that simply holds the two values:

An instance of that whis would be the object reference to return from your method.

[ September 28, 2006: Message edited by: Jean-Francois Briere ]
14 years ago
One way would be to do:

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14 years ago
Google is your friend. In about 2 seconds I found a very detailed article on the subject.
Read : Flash Remoting for J2EE Developers.

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14 years ago

Have the constructor add each enum value, as it's constructed, to a map;


The map idea is good although I guess you meant static map.
Also be aware that (from the JLS):
"It is a compile-time error to reference a non-constant (�15.28) static field of an enum type from its constructors..."
The workaround is to use instead a static method in the enum ctor.

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14 years ago
For each enum type you create a static valueOf(int) method:

Then it's simple to use:

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14 years ago
Let's say you have some binary data to save in a file located in a newly created folder:

[ September 22, 2006: Message edited by: Jean-Francois Briere ]
14 years ago
Simple way to find out is to code it:

Gives:

2006-09-22
22-Sep-2006
22-Sep-2006

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14 years ago