R Jelda

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Then you mean, if in my application there is no need to maintain Transactions on particular slsbs then I can use singleton instances or?

If so fine. But here I would like to know how others are also using slsb concept even if they don't require Transactions.

please clarify me with some more information.
Thanks in advance,
Jelda
Hi,
It might be a dumb question.
I don't see any importance of pooling stateless beans.

Why not a stateless bean is singleton (one per server in cluster environment).

I have got this doubt till now somany times but no one can clear this.
I would be thankful,if any one of you can help me in explaining main differences.

Whenever I implement a stateless bean, the work is almost like a singleton. Actually I gain performance with singleton (ofcourse). Then why should I use stateless beans in my environment.

One scenario is, I have configurator-component which needs to read configuration from file. Ofcourse this is singleton. why this component needs to be a stateless?

Thanks in advance,
Jelda
HI,
Thanks for your references.
I read the reviews about these two books in amazon.
All are negative reviews.Also have read the index of both.But really not interesting.

And I especially look for GoF patterns explaining with Java applicaitons.
(Not explaing with awt or swing).

Regards,
Jelda
HI,
I am looking for a GoF pattern book which is explained in Java that to using applications(not swing)..

Would be really helpful if neone can suggest me..

Thanks,
Jelda
I think you misunderstood my question.
And I am sorry that I was not so clear questioning.
The thing is, still I see in many familar java standards (ex:that come from JCP) are having underscores("_") in their naming.
suppose take JCA specification, they still follow underscores in their specificaton and even implementations also..If they have already provided some naming rules - whats the meaning in this asking others to follow and ignoring to follow themselves.
Regards,
Jelda
17 years ago
You just make use of MultiPart.
Its not so hard to implement urself.
Regards,
Jelda
17 years ago
You can solve ur problem using
java.util.Collections.sort()
& java.util.Comparator interfaces..
Regards,
Jelda
17 years ago
Also I saw in familiar java standards,
they defined methods with underscore("_") for ex: _doSomething().

Why didn't they follow these java coding rules??
ne one can clarify me??
Regards,
Jelda
17 years ago
Are we going to depend on Mr Dependent Dravid?
or
Is this Hyderabadi shows his magic again??
Or
The Ever Chota Sachin will showup again in TimesOfIndia?
Or
Will the Calcutta come again in to the market.
Or
should I go to bat?(haha)
I am positive on India.
Looking forward for the upcoming pak tour..
Jelda
17 years ago
Refer JAI api..

Jelda
17 years ago
Yeap.I did it too..
I prefer using QuickTime For Java packages.
Because even they provide a gui api.

Regards,
Jelda
17 years ago
I prefer using QuickTime For Java packages.
Because even they provide a gui api.

Regards,
Jelda
17 years ago
You can do this way,
Runtime.getRuntime().exec(command)
Regards,
Jelda
17 years ago
Have your own org.apache.log4j.spi.Configurator and do the stuff in doConfigure()..
easy way is, Have a MyOwnConfigurator which extends DOMConfigurator and
override doConfigure(URL url, LoggerRepository repository)..
And do the stuff whatever u want and call super.doConfigure(URL url, LoggerRepository repository)
Hope this could help u.
Regards,
Jelda