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Folder Lock - Lock files & Folders in PC | Hide, Encrypt, Backup Online
Folder Lock - Lock files & Folders in PC | Hide, Encrypt, Backup Online
Folder Lock 7 is a complete data security software solution to lock files and folders with encryption, online backup & portable data security. Free download
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How to loop Map in Java - Code Example
How to loop Map in Java - Code Example
looping Map is very easy in Java by using foreach loop and iterator in Java. you can iterate on keySet or EntrySet and get all keys and values from Map in java. This article contains 4 ways to iterate Map in Java with complete code example.
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How to run Java program from command prompt
How to run Java program from command prompt
When we start learning Java first thing we want to do is to run Java program from our PC. This article provides step by step guide to run Java Program from your own PC from command prompt or cmd with complete HelloWorld program.
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How to Stop Thread in Java with Example
How to Stop Thread in Java with Example
How do you stop or kill your thread in Java ? After deprecation of Stop method on Thread Class, there is no standard way to stop or kill a thread in Java, there is no API method which can stop threads. What Java Programmer uses it is the property that once a Thread completes execution of run() method of Runnable class, it is dead. This article gives a code sample to stop a Thread in Java with clear explanation.
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Why wait notify and notifyAll called from synchronized block or method in Java
Why wait notify and notifyAll called from synchronized block or method in Java
Most of Java developer knows that wait() ,notify() and notifyAll() method of object class must have to be called inside synchronized method or synchronized block in Java but how many times we thought why ? Recently this questions was asked to in Java interview to one of my friend, he pondered for a moment and replied that if we don't call wait () or notify () method from synchronized context we will receive IllegalMonitorStateException in java. He was right in terms of behavior of language but as per him interviewer was not completely satisfied with the answer and wanted to explain more about it. After the interview he discussed the same questions with me and I thought he might have told about race condition between wait () and notify () in Java that could exists if we don't call them inside synchronized method or block. Letís see how it could happen:
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Top 9 of 97 Things every programmer should know
Top 9 of 97 Things every programmer should know
I recently finished 97 Things every programmer should know. Well to be completely honest I did skim over a couple of the 97
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Java Servlets Tutorial
Java Servlets Tutorial
Servlets provide a component-based, platform-independent method for building Web-based applications, without the performance limitations of CGI programs. Servlets have access to the entire family of Java APIs, including the JDBC API to access enterprise databases. This tutorial gives a complete understanding on Servlets.
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An Eclipse / GlassFish / Java EE 6 Cookbook
An Eclipse / GlassFish / Java EE 6 Cookbook
A comprehensive tutorial about using Eclipse and the GlassFish v3 Java application server to implement Java EE 6 applications. It shows how to use different Eclipse project types for different purposes, how to do manual tests and how to implement automatic unit tests. You will not create a complete application, but more a vertical slice through an application. The idea is to just touch all relevant areas, not to finish a project. The tutorial assumes the existence of a relational database, and it concentrates on the Java application used as a backend. Using JSF or another server-based GUI framework is definitely out of scope. Completing the tutorial will take 6-8 hours
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An Eclipse / GlassFish / Java EE 6 Cookbook
An Eclipse / GlassFish / Java EE 6 Cookbook
A comprehensive tutorial about using Eclipse and the GlassFish v3 Java application server to implement Java EE 6 applications. It shows how to use different Eclipse project types for different purposes, how to do manual tests and how to implement automatic unit tests. You will not create a complete application, but more a vertical slice through an application. The idea is to just touch all relevant areas, not to finish a project.
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An Eclipse / GlassFish / Java EE 6 Cookbook
An Eclipse / GlassFish / Java EE 6 Cookbook
A comprehensive tutorial about using Eclipse and the GlassFish v3 Java application server to implement Java EE 6 applications. It shows how to use different Eclipse project types for different purposes, how to do manual tests and how to implement automatic unit tests. You will not create a complete application, but more a vertical slice through an application. The idea is to just touch all relevant areas, not to finish a project.
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log4j tutorial for beginners
log4j tutorial for beginners
Log4j is a popular logging package written in Java. log4j has been ported to the C, C++, C#, Perl, Python, Ruby, and Eiffel languages. This tutorial gives a complete understanding on log4j.
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Develop a simple Datamart using Pentaho Data Integration
Develop a simple Datamart using Pentaho Data Integration
This tutorial teaches users develop a simple but complete process of loading a datamart. It starts with Introducing users to a sales datamart and then show how to load dimensions and the fact table for the datamart.
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The Client Orchestration strategy on Java
The Client Orchestration strategy on Java
Sometimes an application's presentation layer must handle the coordination of multiple API layer method calls to complete a single transactional unit of work. In this article, Transaction strategies series author Mark Richards describes the Client Orchestration transaction strategy and explains how to implement it in the Java platform.
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Create and Process XML Documents with Oracle JDeveloper 11g
Create and Process XML Documents with Oracle JDeveloper 11g
This book provides up-to-date information on working with the latest version of JDeveloper, and completely new information on JAXB 2.0 support in JDeveloper 11g. Users will also learn how to master the built-in XML features in JDeveloper 11g including schema validation, the XSD Visual Editor for creating an XML schema, the XPath Search tool for selecting XML nodes with XPath, and the JAXB compiler for generating JAXB 2.0 Content Model from an XML Schema.
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Struts Displaytag TableDecorator Tutorial
Struts Displaytag TableDecorator Tutorial
In this example you will learn how to use TableDecorator in displaytag. The complete source code of the example along with the required jar files is available for free download.
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