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Learn about worker queue contention and methods for addressing worker queue issues.
Get started in creating applications that utilize the SQLite database engine on Blackbery OS 5.0.
Binildas C. A. shows how to combine the database's ROWNUM function with Java SE 5's thread pools to create highly effective pagination.
Sharad Acharya takes a comparative look at JPA, Entity EJBs, Hibernate, and TopLink, to help you understand which is right for your needs.
Sharad Acharya shows off the new features of JDBC 4.0, including simplified driver loading, better exception reporting and handling, support for more data types, and more.
The all-Java database JavaDB is known for its embeddability, but what about security? Can you put it out there for enterprise applications and keep data safe? Masoud Kalali shows the steps you can take to secure your JavaDB data.
You have a web application, but in some cases your users want to be able to work locally, off-network, and synch up later. In this article, David Van Couvering shows how Java DB can be used to achieve this.
Joshua Marinacci shows how to build the complete address book GUI application, letting the EJB 3 Java Persistence API take care of storing addresses, emails, IM names, etc.
Joshua Marinacci combines the EJB3 Java Persistence API with Hibernate and HSQLDB to achieve easy, lightweight persistence for the desktop developer.