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Stephane Clinckart

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Recent posts by Stephane Clinckart

You mentioned previously:
HTML5 imbedded DB is not really a topic I considered, because of the focus being on Spring. But I will keep it in mind for the  next edition. Thank you!

Thanks for taking this in account.

When do you plan to write your next edition ?
7 months ago

iuliana cosmina wrote:
The book has examples of different bits of a page being loaded by different reactive components. So, I think this covers what you are interested about.



Does the framework also make use of the HTML5 imbedded DB in the browser ?
For offline work ?

And if yes, does the book cover how to "resynchronize" the data when going online ?

Thanks
7 months ago
Hi,

Long time I'm looking for a serious book covering this trio.

Do you cover the aspects of asynchronous commands and automatic page portion refresh in your book?

Thanks
7 months ago
Hi,

Are you touching data structures and algorithms (or concepts) used in crypto mining... more precisely in blockchain programming ?
Is there a recept to prepare a "conventional" program to be migrated to "blockchain" solutions ?
What are the datastructures / algoritms that are (not) elligible ?
Where should we pay attention ?

Thanks

Kind regards
2 years ago
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Hi,

Could you point me which plugin i should use to do the following:

On a Server A, I have Hudson (continuous integration) installed.

On a Server B, I have Selenium RC server installed (and running).

Each night, a full build is executed on the Server A (with latest version of the sources stored in svn).

I would like that my Selenium Tests Cases (and Suites) are started during this build from the Server A but the execution of the Tests should be done on the Server B (remotely from Maven thus).

How can I do that ???

Thanks for help.

Stephane
10 years ago
Thanks.

Is it possible to mix both technologies - GWT and JavaFX ???

The idea is to have an GWT application who "embed" a small JavaFX application in the banner by exemple that allow to send mail on the client side with an attachement ?
This to "hack" the fact that mailto don't allow attachment.

You think it is faisable ?

Thanks


10 years ago
Hello,

I read that in the roadmap of JavaFX2 there is something binded to handle Swing.

Can you spot me a good article that explain what is covered ?

Thanks.
10 years ago
Hi,

I would like to have a confirmation.

I evaluate the possibility to use a JavaFX application (JavaFX2 ?) for a distributed web application.

My question:

Is it possible to send a mail on the client side ?
With file attachment ?

The idea is to open the mailclient with an attachment in it.

Like I should do with a Swing application with java.mail API ?

Thanks a lot for help

Stephane
10 years ago
May I know what you used at the end ?
What is a success?

Thanks
11 years ago
I advance a little on this problem:

I found this solution:


What you think about ???
11 years ago
I'm not sure that I explain well.

What I don't understand is that Sustem.getNano is arround the other way to get the duration.

It looks like both methods are not using the same time referencial internaly.

start1 = getTime()
start2 = getCPUTime()

stop2 = getCPUTime()
stop1 = getTime()

Normally (stop1-start1) should be higger than (stop2-start2)

But it is not the case.

Even if I try in a loop.

Any idea what cause this ???
11 years ago

Rob Prime wrote:Use another variable to store the old value, then restore that old value at the end. Or simply use the new variable instead of the old one.
Note that you may need to copy (or clone()) the old value if you intend to modify it. E.g.



The idea is to change the "systemTime" inside the application... or better in the block.

The target is to have the ability to test a lib, a class, ... on a specified time.

By exemple on 2008/31/12 --> This date was special if I well remember... day 366 of the year what is not common.

I didn't find a way to do this in Java.
It looks like C# is able to do stuff that is not possible in Java... at least for this specific problem.
11 years ago
Who can expalin this ???


Resolution : 15600100ns - 15ms
Resolution Nano System: 810029ns - 0ms

"Resolution" should be lower than "Resolution Nano System" but it is not the case !

Thanks for help.

PS: The original code is from this blog: http://snippets.hoydaa.org/simple-stopwatch-to-calculate-actual-thread-time
11 years ago

Campbell Ritchie wrote:Don't know. I don't think you can use the System.setProperty() method since there doesn't seem to be a property corresponding to current time. Sorry I can't help any more.



Hi,

thanks anyway or help.

The problem with this method is how to "restore" the normal date at the end ?

Another point I would like to achieve... if it is possible... is to have different time in my Threads.

Thread 1 --> 2000/01/01
Thread 2 --> Current Time
Thread 3 --> Time in the future
...

Very usefull for testing an application.

But... this would be the sherry on top of my cake ;-)
11 years ago