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Recent posts by Poornachandran R

Hi,

May I know what is the max memory limit for JVM in Windows and Unix(32bit and 64bit) machines?

Poorna
16 years ago
The EJB Spec says, the instance can take advantage of the unsetEntityContext() method to free any resources that are held by the instance. (These resources typically had been allocated by the setEntityContext() method.
What type of resources typcially, we will be needing, when the bean is pooled state too?
You are correct to some extend! Because, there are some protocols, that can be used only from specific languages, for example JRMP. Again, this can be used by other languages, by doing some EXTRA work (configuring JNI with JVM). So, I think, the basic objective of the question is to check, whether we know this or not.
1 - (dont know)
2 - D
3 - C
4 - A (not sure of B)
5 - D (not sure)
6 - D
Hi,
I had started preparing for SCEA long back and stopped. I have just resumed it now. Can anyone tell me or give me the link for knowing about the versions of technologies need to be prepared?
Poorna
Possible, use oracle.sql.ARRAY and ArrayDescriptor.
You have to create either VARRAY type or TABLE type in the database side.
Poorna
Hi,
In CMP,
Why do we have to return null ?
I am aware that it is container's responsibility to create the primary key and return it. Anyhow it is possible for the container to ignore what is returned from ejbCreate and it can return the primary key by itself.
Why is it specifically told to return null ?
Poorna
Hi all,
I am talking about Stateful session bean here. That is, each bean is dedicated to a single client. So, when the request is received by the appl. server, how does it identify the client ? Basically, my question is, what is the ejb client's identity so that appl. server differentiate between the clients.
Poorna
Hi,
Can anyone explain why wait() and notify() methods are defined in Object rather than Thread ?
Poorna
17 years ago
Hi,
Can anyone explain why wait() and notify() methods are defined in Object rather than Thread ?
Poorna
Hi,
Can anyone explain why wait() and notify() methods are defined in Object rather than Thread ?
Poorna
Wonderful !
I got it, thanks a lot, Ajith.
Poorna
Thanks a lot Ajith.
Then, for abstract class, how is abstract defined as a constraint {abstract} ?
Poorna
Hai all,
Can anyone explain when to use stereotype and when to use constraints ? I think it is worth knowing the difference.
Poorna
Hai,
What is derived associations ?
Poorna