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Originally posted by Sham Jowsaki:
Hi,
To study the requirements of voiceml
http://www.voiceml.org/voiceml/vxml2.asp
xml.coverpages.org/vxml.html
www.vbxml.com/voiceml/default.asp
Tks...


I think http://www.voiceml.org/voiceml/vxml2.asp
has moved to
<a href="http://www.labheads.com/voiceml/vxml2.asp</a rel="nofollow">" target="_blank">
http://www.labheads.com/voiceml/vxml2.asp[/URL]
Thanks,
Aron,
Is it possible to break down the query into parts? As per "Java 2 Certification Guide" -Simon Roberts etc. page 22, when ever a new object is created, it is stored on the heap however variable containing reference to it will be stored on stack.
public void aMethod()
{
MyClass mc = new MyClass();
}
Thus here object created on the right side will be on heap and "mc" will be on the stack. It is possible that because of very complex query, some method might be getting called over and over.
Hope this will help.
Thanks,
Saumil
19 years ago
If can take help to do it in PERL then, you can parse the file in PERL. This will allow your program to be portable without performance issues.
Thanks
19 years ago
"Discover" from MKS.COM is another tool which can help you browse relationships between objects as well.
Hope it helps.
Saumil
19 years ago
In this situation your web service is near real time and not real time. I would move parsing to the processes which is writing it. There by better efficiency and no need to reparse for each request that comes in;unless your parsing is dependent on parameters passed in by the request.
Secondly, I would create file with different name and then using cp (copy) copy it to the filename to which webserver will use. Thus will have minimum hiccups. Third option if you are running a
version control is to checkout that file for edit update it checkback in and then checkout (non -edit) at the location of the webserver. This can also provide historical changes in the file.
20 years ago
If the query string has some association with particular session ID, then using a bookmarked url may cause issues.
20 years ago
I found this on Sun's web site.
http://dcb.sun.com/practices/devnotebook/gc_perspective.jsp
It is very interesting paper on GC, a black box of Java. Hope it will interest you.
20 years ago
Unless one has continuous exposure to embeded development no point in switching from Java/XML to J2ME/XML. I think J2ME will remain open for embeded developers.
20 years ago
Does any one know why Javaranch is not using servlets and using CGI instead?
Thanks
20 years ago
Hi,
any opinions about "Java Servlets" 2nd edition by Karl Moss --McGraw Hill publication?
Thanks.
Saumil
Make your own .exe that initally calls some zipper
requiring passwd, which opens up jar in the temp area and then calls jre, when it exists from jre, delete the jar you had left in the temp area.
20 years ago
Hi,
I have more than 7 years of experience, including nearly 1 year experiance in Java. I am a self motivated, hard working person, who is commited to deliver.
I am willing to relocate in US (currently I am at Cincinnati, Oh).
If you need any further please feel free to e-mail at saumilshukla@hotmail.com. I can assure you, your efforts of contacting me will pay off.
Thanks,
Regards,
Saumil shukla
21 years ago
Hi,
I do agree on having a forum for Jcert, can anyb one please suggest some GOOD book on UML? I am new to it.
Thanks
Saumil
Hi
I am new to UML can you please suggest some tools that can do UML to code generation? It's ok if they are not perfect.
Thanks in advance
one more interesting thing, Protected modifier deepends up on
the reference type and not on the Object Type.
[code]
public class ObjectClassTest {
public static void main(String s[])
{
ObjectClassTest o = new ObjectClassTest();
Object o1 = new ObjectClassTest();

try{
System.out.println("o.finalize() : " );
o.finalize();
o1.finalize();
}
catch (Throwable e)
{
System.out.println("Exception in Finalize");
}
}
}
the compiler shoust for o1.finalize() and not for o.finalize();
Thanks