While looking for an ant build script generator, I came across ebuild and found it interesting. With this, I no longer really need to maintain a “generated” ant build script. :)
Update 20110926: In Fedora 15, you can just install subversion-javahl-1.6.17-1.fc15 from Add/Remove Software tool, much easier than the method described earlier. :)
When trying to run Subclipse, I got the following error:
Failed to load JavaHL Library.To get JavaHL loaded for Subclipse on Fedora, I had to first register on Collabnet before attempt to install JavaHL rpm from this location. Once installed, I had to run
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/CollabNet_Subversion/libon the command line before running eclipse.
Here are some information that I found on the net about JavaOne 2010. Feel free to comment with additional resources. To start, Oracle posted some video highlights. If you have JavaOne login, you can view the full versions at On Demand site. If not, you can still see some of the contents here. Beyond that, here are posts from various speakers on their talks and related links.
- Oracle Technology Network Live Show Notes.
- JDK 7 features list See also: Project Jigsaw, and Project Lambda
- Project Coin: Small Language Changes for JDK 7 See also Project Coin
- Notes on Kohsuke Kawaguchi’s presentation on Hudson
- Hands-on with RichFaces See also: PrimeFaces
- What’s cool in Apache MyFaces?
- JSR-299 (CDI), Weld and the Future of Seam
- Beginning Java EE 6 Hands-on Lab
- Versioning Strategies for Service-Oriented Architectures
- Advanced Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) and examples
- Building Powerful WebSocket, Comet, and RESTful Applications Using Atmosphere
- What’s Next for Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS)
- Put your client and server to REST with JAX-RS
- OSGi and Java EE: A Hybrid Approach to Enterprise Java Application Development
- Instructions for OSGi-enabled Java EE Applications Hands-on Lab: docs, solution
- OSGi Migration headaches
- OSGi at a Large-Scale Enterprise: Lessons from eBay
- More Best Practices for Large-Scale Websites Lessons from eBay
- 7 Deadly Sins of Enterprise Java Programming and Deployment in the Multicore Era
- One VM, Many Languages See also the Da Vinci Machine Project
- Examining FOSS Java* Implementations for ARM Systems
- JavaFX Your Way: Building JavaFX Applications with Alternative Languages
- Concurrency Grab Bag: More Gotchas, Tips, and Patterns for Practical Concurrency
- Groovy to Infinity and Beyond
- jclouds: multi-cloud framework
- GlassFish: The future of the community
- Groovy and Grails BOF Podcast
- Java Posse #324 – Live from JavaOne 2010
- Developing Composite Applications for the Cloud with Apache Tuscany
Abstract Mashups for Enterprise Java
- Building Enterprise Applications with JavaFX
I encountered an access restriction error in Eclipse and found the following workaround worked for me.
This thread was helpful for me to create a button that opens a new window. However, I had to move the script into
onclick part of the button, instead of creating a separate
I found this thread helpful for figuring out how to get selected row for an
Now I start to really appreciate how elegant and simple Ext JS is on getting selected row for a datatable.
Here is a second example on using a configuration properties file for web applications.
This tip was helpful and resolved the same issue I had with the original post.
<target name="-pre-dist"> <copy todir="build/web/WEB-INF/classes"> <fileset dir="src" includes="*.properties"/> </copy> </target>
After adding the ant task, everything works beautifully! :)