Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:
JavaRanch actually does have sigs. If you edit your profile, it's the last item in the first section.
Originally posted by Eric Benoit:
I don't use EJB at work but I think it's a good technology to know. (and be certified in)
I heard that many enterprises want to remove EJB from their product, is it true that EJB is called to disappear?
I would like to have your opinion on that!
Originally posted by Nidhi Singhal:
i have good hands on experience in java servlets and jdbc. I am interested in learning struts and ejb's. please suggest me a good book or any online tutorial/material from where i should start with.
Originally posted by Jeremy Wilson:
I have an inputstream that I need to read the data into a byte array or a byter buffer. The problem is I don't know exactly how many bytes I need to read into array to wrap with the bytebuffer. Any help reading an inputstream to a byte array without any indication of how many bytes there are that would be create. The data is being read from a proprietary flat file format.
Originally posted by M Burke:
Yes, I ended up doing a bunch of string copies. To bad there is no memcpy() in Java like in C
Originally posted by Marlene Miller:
Thank you all.
I made a mistake. I meant Word for Mac, not Windows for Mac. Office 2004 for Mac is too expensive just to send documents to Windows users. Is that the only way? I think I'll try saving Appleworks documents as .doc.
I've got all the information I need. I am ready to advise my dad on what he will need. I think he'll like the eMac.
Thank you for the help.
Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:
In Better, Faster, Lighter Java from O'Reilly press there are chapters on Hibernate and Spring and how to use them together.