After I was so spoiled by GWT/Eclipse’s streamlined way of deploying a GWT application to the embedded server or Google App Engine, I was annoyed by how little support it has for other application servers. Fortunately, I was able to semi-automatically generate a WAR file for manual deployment on a remote server by following this […]Read more "Create a WAR file for a GWT application"
It’s unfortunate that my initial experience with GWT’s SimplePager wasn’t very positive. The paging behaviour toward end of the list showed the following: For the last page, pager would attempt to request record count at last index + page size. This would cause pager to go index array out of bound. i.e. Let’s say you […]Read more "GWT SimplePager"
I needed to access the GWT build-in server for Eclipse from another machine. A search on-line led me to this tutorial. It worked!Read more "GWT dev mode remote access"
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.Read more "ebuild"
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 […]Read more "Subclipse on Fedora"
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, […]Read more "JavaOne 2010 Related Links"
I encountered an access restriction error in Eclipse and found the following workaround worked for me.Read more "A workaround for Eclipse"