Ted Gress wrote:I'm not following your logic. Because I've got an error I can't solve, and neither can you there is something wrong with my post?
Alex Zhou wrote:When a boolean is expected, the compiler chooses to return a boolean; when nothing is expected, the compiler chooses to ignore the returned value of test().
Caused by: org.hibernate.MappingException: No Dialect mapping for JDBC type: 2000
Tim Holloway wrote:The "default" mechanism is an additional kludge. As I said earlier, it's a good way to add features to new classes while keeping the all-important backwards compatibility that is a hallmark of Java. But since it is a back-door version of multiple inheritance, it also allows some of the same problems that multiple inheritance has.
If a thread-safe highly-concurrent implementation is desired, then it is recommended to use ConcurrentHashMap in place of Hashtable.
Arun Singh Raaj wrote:If it is thread-safe object...