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Recent posts by swaroop rath

Two questions:
a. How is the support for writing concurrency apps in Go? Does it have a package like java.util.concurrent
b. How easy or hard is it to create an application server in GO? Does it have something parallel to Tomcat, Apache, JBOSS etc
4 months ago
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@Ulf - Many thanks. I have a clear idea now.

Regards
Swaroop
9 years ago
Hi Ulf
Thanks again. But JWebUnit is a testing framework and more like Selenium. Its more heavy. Its good that it does not need an external browser to work like Selenium RC. But how about something lighter like "http://htmlparser.sourceforge.net/" I do not have an experience using htmlparser. Do you have a suggestion here.

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Swaroop
9 years ago
Thanks Ulf. It also involves downloading the html page from a website and looking for tables. I will have a look into jWebUnit. Thanks

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Swaroop
9 years ago
Thanks a lot Sean. It is a lot of help indeed. Do I need to provide the XPath of html table or can I query it using a xpath expression such as "//<table>".

I am looking for something that supports for the later. I do not have to search in the whole DOM and it would give me all the tables present at once.

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Swaroop
9 years ago
Hi

I am looking for a JAVA API that can parse html and extract tables from them. Please recommend a solution.

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Swaroop
9 years ago
Thanks a lot. I saw it and a few others on the web but needed some advice to trust this. I see that its good and supports both in memory tables and tables in simple csv files.

How about SQLite. I read about this and see that this is also widely used for the same purpose. Its used by a lot of Google products too like Google gears.

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Swaroop
Hi

I am looking for a light weight in memory Java database that will have the option of saving tables and loading it from disc too.

I am looking for a database that can run as a part of my application and not as a separate process. It should be able to compute selection, projection and joins efficiently.

Please advice me about this. The database will be used as a part of my java application.

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Swaroop
HI

I am currently in BBSR, Orissa and the book (MonkHouse)is availaible in the local market. I have one as I plan to give SCJD.

If someone in India wants, I can ship it.

Thanks and REgards
Swaroop Rath
Guys guys guys

I had this terrible problem, trying to use eclipse for El, creating tld, custom tags etc. The support is horrible. (Actually there is none)

I tried something else and it rocks - netBeans.

This has all the features we want. It has excellent wizards for deployment descriptors, tlbs, custom tags etc. Give it a try.

Rgds
Swaroop