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Our series of posts about solving the OutOfMemoryError in our hypothetical production system is coming to a conclusion. We have covered a number of different ways to attack OutOfMemoryErrors so far - profilers, JDK bundled tools and heap dump analyzers. Our today’s mercenaries will be Application Performance Management tools, or APMs
Our series of posts about solving the OutOfMemoryError in our hypothetical production system is coming to a conclusion. We have covered a number of different ways to attack OutOfMemoryErrors so far - profilers, JDK bundled tools and heap dump analyzers. Our today’s mercenaries will be Application Performance Management tools, or APMs.
in some places we need to use special characters in XHTML / JAVA.<br/> like <code><b> & , ∑ , ∏ </b></code> ..etc.<br/> For this we need to find out the character entity reference.<br/> We can use W3C Standard character entities given in :<br/> <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/sgml/entities.html ">http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/sgml/entities.html</a> <br/> Or for best display we can take help from:<br/> <a href="http://www.digitalmediaminute.com/reference/entity">http://www.digitalmediaminute.com/reference/entity</a> <br/> This will help us to place appropriate symbols in side xhtml / java when ever needed.<br/>
This blog explains when, where and how to implement a decorator pattern.
This blog explains when, where and how to implement a decorator pattern.
In this newsletter we try to calculate the meaning of life, with surprising results.
Article consist of extending JAVA's printStackTrace() which prints out much more details of the execution. In case of an Exception a much more detailed stack trace is printed out, from which the complete execution graph can be rebuilt. Sample code was implemented using Java instrumentation API and Java Assist API so that this functionality can be added to any Java Program at class load time without having to physically modify the sources, and by only setting a flag in the JAVA startup command.