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Blog Archive for satyak during July 2004

I was very skeptical coming into OSCON this year and electing to stay here for 4 complete days when I only have a 45 minute session on wednesday. Particularly, given the smaller number of tracks and audience for Java at OSCON. Larry Wall Then I attended the evening speaches organized for today between 7 and 10pm. I am sure many would question my sanity of sitting in a chair voluntarily for 3 good...
Let us start with a need Given a user name, userid and an email address create a user. We can call this "createUser" transaction with three parameters name, id, and email. Let us see how a client can invoke this horizontally Conceptual horizontal invocation using key value pairs client -> calls -> execTransaction(requestName="createUser",name="", id="", email...
While preparing for an upcoming session at OSCON 2004, I have collected some sample code for dealing with factory patterns in java applications. The specified URL lists some demonstrative examples of the idea. The examples deal with simple object instantiation, simple object instantiation using IMultiInstance, simple object instantiation with parameters, simple object instantiation with...
While preparing for an upcoming session at OSCON 2004, I have collected some sample code for dealing with configuration in java applications. The specified URL lists some demonstrative examples of the idea. The examples deal with XML configuration files, Property file configuration files, Reading mandatory keys, Providing default values, Reading objects from configuration files, Configuration as...
I have been trying to summarize and document some of the server side programming/design patterns I have used while building Aspire/J2EE/XML. I am quite happy to see the idea come to fruition as it was accepted as a session at the upcoming (very soon) OSCON 2004 to be held in Portland, Oregon. The presentation covers application patterns, data access patterns, business logic patterns, presentation...