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I do also apologize for my fast judgement, this list really not bounded. But the implementation is quite unusual...
17 years ago
why not just


[ December 17, 2004: Message edited by: Thomas Manthey ]
17 years ago
If it is an array, then it is bounded. Array in Java are semi-dynamic, ie their size is set at runtime and then immutable. A linked list can always change its size...
17 years ago
As far as I remember my lessons in mathematics the solution lies in some special matrix-operations. Maybe the following website (although in german) may be of help: http://www.3dsource.de/deutsch/3Dmathe.htm#Rotation
17 years ago
Hello Mohan,

it�s like I said in my above post: you do not need to allocate memory manually. If you call something like this: , the VM allocates the needed memory for your object automatically...
17 years ago
Can you give more detail what you are trying to achieve? Do you want to replace syslogd completely or are you just interested in analyzing a certain kind of logged events? Maybe I could help you more if I knew...
17 years ago
Should be Resultset instead of Recordset, since this is clearly not MS-territory...
[ December 16, 2004: Message edited by: Thomas Manthey ]
I think here is your answer:

http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/java/sql/Statement.html

when you open your recordset r for the inner loop, you loose your recordset rs in the outer loop. The solution is having a second statement-object.

Always remember: The API is your very best friend !
Whatever you wish to execute before an EJBObject make your bean accessable for the client can be put in ejbPostCreate(). An oftenly seen task (as stated above) in ejbPostCreate() is setting up references to other existing beans, as relationships can not be established before... But you could also perform other kinds of initialization.
[ December 16, 2004: Message edited by: Thomas Manthey ]
As far as I know those syslog messages are send to port 514 of the logging server. Have a look at the API of the package java.net and try to write a program that listens on this port.
17 years ago
What do you mean by memory allocation ? Are you thinking of something like C-Style malloc()? This would not be necessary in Java...
17 years ago
Hello there,

Assuming you do not insist on Windows-Help Files i would suggest looking at:

http://java.sun.com/products/javahelp/

Greetings,

Thomas
17 years ago