Ruby on Rails Meets Eclipse
Publish Date: Apr. 26, 2007
Many developers are familiar with the Eclipse development environment. With RDT and RadRails, Ruby on Rails developers can have access to the same powerful feature set. Deepak Vohra provides a detailed walkthrough of how to install these packages, and how to create a simple CRUD application using them.
Storing an XML Document in Apache Xindice
Publish Date: Mar. 8, 2006
Apache Xindice is a database that's built specifically for storing XML data, meaning you can forget about attempting to map your XML-to-database tables and just store it as is, exploiting the structure nature of the XML data to pick up some query-time conveniences. Deepak Vohra introduces this database and shows how to make it work.
Configuring Eclipse for Remote Debugging
Publish Date: Aug. 31, 2005
Debugging a server-side application? You probably don't want to dig through the log files and wonder what happened. Instead, you can run your server application in debug mode and attach to it with Eclipse, bringing the IDE's powerful debugger to bear on the remote application.
Configuring Database Access in Eclipse 3.0 with SQLExplorer
Publish Date: May. 11, 2005
It's 2005 and you're using Eclipse. Should you still be creating your database tables and seeding them with data by hand, from an SQL command-line utility? Deepak Vohra introduces the SQLExplorer plugin for Eclipse, which allows you to put a GUI on your development-time database access.
Migrating a WebLogic EJB Application to JBoss
Publish Date: Mar. 9, 2005
WebLogic and JBoss both offer powerful and popular EJB servers, but they're not completely compatible: an application deployed on one won't immediately deploy on the other. In this article, Deepak Vohra shows how to alter the deployment descriptors to make the migration.
Parsing an XML Document with XPath
Publish Date: Jan. 12, 2005
Pulling just a single node value or attribute from an XML document can be inefficient if you have to parse over a whole list of nodes you don't want, just to get to one you do. XPath can be much more efficient, by letting you specify the path to the desired node up front. J2SE adds XPath support, and the JDOM API also offers support through an XPath class. Deepak Vohra looks at both approaches.
Generating an XML Document with JAXB
Publish Date: Dec. 15, 2004
Among the positive aspects of XML Schemas is their support by the Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB). In this article, Deepak Vohra shows how JAXB can help convert a schema-supported XML file to a regular Java object and back again.
XML Document Validation with an XML Schema
Publish Date: Sep. 15, 2004
In many cases, it's useful not just to get the values from an XML document, but to verify that the document itself is properly formatted. Deepak Vohra takes a look at how to validate XML documents with Xerces2-j and JAXP.
SQL Database Access with DBTags
Publish Date: May. 5, 2004
Jakarta DBTags is a custom tag library that consists of tags to access and modify a database. This tutorial explains the procedure to incorporate Apache Jakarta DBTags custom tag library tags in an example JSP.
Configuring JBoss 4.0 JDBC Connectivity
Publish Date: Feb. 25, 2004
JBoss uses the HypersonicDB by default, but with a few configuration changes, it can use any JDBC-equipped database. Deepak Vohra shows how to use Oracle, Sybase, MySQL and other databases with JBoss.
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