If your company already relies on multitiered enterprise Java applications, then you may be closer to a wireless future than you think. By outlining a sample application, this article shows you how to connect your existing enterprise Java infrastructure to a wireless network with minimal investment Jump to URL Views: 326 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the process of building applets. Using a Learn-By-Example method, within a few minutes you will be able to display things on the screen, a few minutes later you are able to use a GUI and after that you will see how to interact with the user. Topics in Jump to URL Views: 460 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
This can come in very handy, if you need to compare 2 different projects or envs.
For example Development server against prod, to ensure they both have same certs stored in cacerts (sampled by java among others).
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Creating a fully internationalized Java application using PropertyResourceBundles can present some interesting design and implementation problems, including concern over how to modularize the bundles to be used in different areas of the application. This article explores a solution based on Property Jump to URL Views: 355 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
A collection of notes and simple codes on JDK. Topics include Blowfish, book, Calendar, certificate, character set, cipher, client authentication, collections, datagram, Date, decryption, DES, digital signature, encryption, DOM, DSA, DTD, example, HTTP, HTTPS, J2SDK, Java, JCA, JDK, JDK 1.3.1, JDK 1 Jump to URL Views: 332 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
Annotations, a new feature in J2SE 5.0 (Tiger), brings a much-needed metadata facility to the core Java language. In this first of a two-part series, author Brett McLaughlin explains why metadata is so useful, introduces you to annotations in the Java language, and delves into Tiger's built-in annot Jump to URL Views: 381 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
The Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API has emerged as a key part of the Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) and Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) platforms. It is the primary standards-based mechanism for the Java language to programmatically access relational databases, so when a new version of the sp Jump to URL Views: 313 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
Session are very helpful to associate some data with each visitor. You may pass and retrieve values in diffrent page using sessions. All sessions are an object associated with each web client. In this sample code we will create a session named `username` and later put a value inside our new Session Jump to URL Views: 400 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
Servlets are Java technology's answer to CGI programming; JSP is a technology that lets users mix regular, static HTML with dynamically-generated HTML. This tutorial discusses the basics of Java Servlets and JSP, as well as the advantages of using each of these technologies. Jump to URL Views: 519 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
Servlets are Java programs running on a web server that produce results viewed remotely on a web server. Servlets has the same purpose that CGI or PHP had in the past. We shall describe how Servlets works with some examples. You will also learn about Servlet Request and Response Model, Servlet Life Jump to URL Views: 445 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
This article introduces you to JSP: its features, target users, and intended use. It also compares JSP to some current Netscape technologies, such as SSJS and NAS's presentation markup language. Main topics include: JSP basics, Basic JSP request model, Working with Java Beans, and more. Jump to URL Views: 337 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
If you want to build and run faster Java applications on the IBM Developer Kit for Linux, version 1.3, roll up your sleeves and prepare to get dirty. This article provides hands-on instruction for profiling, monitoring, and performance tuning not only your IBM Developer Kit, but your hardware capaci Jump to URL Views: 406 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
SCEA Practice 310-051 Free Exam Simulator which helps you to prepare for the exam. The Exam Simulator is a computer program designed to help you pass your examination on the first try. The Exam Simulator pinpoints your strengths and weaknesses by quizzing you with questions similar to those found o Jump to URL Views: 623 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
This is a simple function used to encode text and attribute values before adding them to your XML documents. This code can always be extended to handle maore special characters
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The "JDK" is the Java Development Kit. i.e., the JDK is bundle of software that you can use to develop Java based software. The "JRE" is the Java Runtime Environment. i.e., the JRE is an implementation of the Java Virtual Machine which actually executes Java programs.
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GUIs are generally designed with a model-view-controller architecture in which the view is decoupled from the model. The separation presents a challenge to automated testing because it's difficult to verify that a state change in the model is reflected appropriately in the view -- it spawns the infa Jump to URL Views: 386 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
This article introduces the TableModel Free (TMF) framework which eliminates the need to use TableModels with Swing JTables. The TMF framework allows for more configurable JTables by moving all of table-specific data outside of the compiled code and into a configurable XML file. Framework developer Jump to URL Views: 340 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
Add more versatility to your existing Java framework. The same framework supports file access, network access, character conversion, compression, encryption and so forth. This article presents a framework that lets an application efficiently read data from a source that only supports writing data to Jump to URL Views: 468 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials