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Recent posts by Jason Musgrave

Can anyone point me to articles or books that involves migration from a plain servlet based application
to an EJB application?
Jason Musgrave
SCJP
I have about 18 months java Experience. I didn't have alot of spare time to study so I took a while studying.
Bunch of studying for 2 weeks.
2 months ago Marcus exam #1 ---70%
Very little studying...
3 weeks ago Marcus exam #2 ---------86%
Very little studying...
Intense Studying 11/18, 11/19.
11/19 Sample Test from Exam Cram -- 91%
11/19 Marcus exam #3----------------79%
11/20 Real Thing -------------------79%
I have about 18 months java Experience.
thanks,
Jason
21 years ago
Santosh,
Unfortunatly you have to break this down:
line 2: public void m(Object x) {
This line declares a method that takes an argument which is
an Object reference.
line 3: x = new Integer(99);
Here a new Integer Object is created (the "new Integer(99)"
part), then the Object reference is changed to refer to the
newly created Integer object (the "x = " part).
line 4: Integer y = (Integer)x;
Here the Object Reference x is "cast" to an Integer reference (the "(Integer)x" part, this allows this part to of the line to be treaded like an Integer reference). Next a new Integer reference is created, and it is set to refer to the same object as x (the "Integer y =" part).

Remember, references are like signs pointing toward an city.
You can have as many signs pointing towards Chicago as you want, but if one falls over so it points towards Latvia all the rest still point towards Chicago.(sorry, bad analogy)
I hope this helps,
Jason

That was my impression, but some of the documentation was a little conflicting.
Crapola...
Thanks,
Jason
22 years ago
Basically I want to know if JavaIDL (Which is an exceptionally confusing name) includes the Event Service or if you have to write your own event service to use the Java2 orb...
If so please point me towards the documentation.
Thanks,
Jason
22 years ago
Can you instance a C++ class in java?
Nope.
Just Normal Native Functions, no Methods...
Thanks,
Jason
[This message has been edited by Jason Musgrave (edited November 23, 1999).]
22 years ago