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Performance and monitoring enhancements in the latest Java
Performance and monitoring enhancements in the latest Java
Java Platform, Standard Edition 6 (Java SE) focuses on performance, with expanded tools for managing and monitoring applications as well as diagnosing common problems. This article outlines the basis of monitoring and management in the Java SE platform and provides detailed information about the relevant enhancements in Java SE 6.
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Interfaces in Java
Interfaces in Java
In Java, a class can have at the most one immediate superclass. Multiple inheritance, where a class has more than one superclass, is not allowed in Java. However, one cannot ignore the importance of multiple inheritance because a large number of real-life applications require the use of multiple inheritance. Java provides an alternative approach to support multiple inheritance by introducing a new data type known as interfaces. Although a class cannot inherit multiple classes, it can implement more than one interface.
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Struts Hibernate Integration
Struts Hibernate Integration
In this tutorial we will show how the Web Framework Struts and the Database Persistence Solution Hibernate can be used together.
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Java Arrays
Java Arrays
Arrays are dynamically created objects in Java code. An array can hold a number of variables of the same type. The variables can be primitives or object references; an array can even contain other arrays.
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Rich-Client application Performance, Part 1
Rich-Client application Performance, Part 1
In this first installment, you'll learn how to measure the performance of Eclipse-based Rich Client Platform (RCP) applications, determine if slowdowns are caused by CPU or I/O bottlenecks, and keep the UI thread idle to maintain responsiveness. Part 2 will address memory problems.
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Sun Certification Project Overview
Sun Certification Project Overview
In this tutorial, it introduces the sample application, which will serve as a wellspring for the myriad of topics required for developer certification. The sample project has a structure and format similar to the one you will encounter during the Sun Certified Java Developer (SCJD) exam, and it will demonstrate each of the essential concepts necessary for successful completion of the certification project.
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Ease multitasking for Eclipse with Mylyn 2.0, Part 2
Ease multitasking for Eclipse with Mylyn 2.0, Part 2
This second half explains how Mylyn's context management facilities make multitasking easy and reduce information overload when you're working on large applications in Eclipse. Part 1 introduces Mylyn's task management facilities and integration with repositories such as Bugzilla.
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Examining Java Servlets in detail
Examining Java Servlets in detail
This article examines Java Servlets in detail and discusses HttpServlet, ServletConfig and ServletContext classes and issues like Servlet preloading and initialization parameters.
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EJB 2.1 Kick Start : Implementing a Solution Using EJB 2.1.
EJB 2.1 Kick Start : Implementing a Solution Using EJB 2.1.
Sample chapter from "EJB 2.1 Kick Start" on installing an application server to developing and deploying an EJB on it.
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Eligibility for garbage collection
Eligibility for garbage collection
An object is eligible for garbage collection when no live thread can access it. An object can become eligible for garbage collection in different ways.
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Thread constructors
Thread constructors
List of available thread constructors.
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Demystifying Extreme Programming: Just-in-time design
Demystifying Extreme Programming: Just-in-time design
People who aren't familiar with XP are bothered by the concept of just-in-time (JIT) design -- designing and implementing what you know you need right now and not worrying about future design issues until absolutely necessary. While this approach might seem unwise or even reckless, XP advocate Roy Miller wraps up his series by showing you how safe and easy JIT design is -- and how it just might revolutionize the way you write code.
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Introduction to JavaServer Pages
Introduction to JavaServer Pages
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.
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Introduction to EJB
Introduction to EJB
This article gives an overview of an EJB with JBoss as AS and DOS as a client
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JDBC wrapper: A quick data access solution for simple programs
JDBC wrapper: A quick data access solution for simple programs
JDBC provides a powerful, comprehensive interface for accessing databases from Java programs. For smaller projects, JDBC can seem overwhelming, driving some programmers to avoid using a database altogether. This article describes a simple wrapper library that makes basic database usage a snap. You'll find yourself wanting to use JDBC for every program you write.
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