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deleted_member
ISO Accepts CORBA
Finally - , As of October 25, 2000 he Object Management GroupÖ's (OMGÖ) CORBA« Interoperability platform has been accepted by the International Organization for Standards (ISO) as an international standard(ISO/IEC 19500-2). , , This means that organizations requiring compliance with ISO international standards may now specify the CORBA Interoperability solution (including the Internet-based GIOP/IIOP protocol) as an accredited standard., , The CORBA ORB specification will be submitted some time this year and upon approval will provide a commercially supported(implemented) standard which satisfies the ISO's standard for Open Distributed Processing (ISO/IEC 10746|ITU-T Rec. X.900-904).
Posted to MB Topic: J2EE
20 years ago
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Joy.B
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7 months ago
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PS_1922

Great Post....

Posted to MB Topic: Java News / Other
20 months ago
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stephe.J
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5 months ago
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Maureen
Arrays in Java
Can someone please help - I need to find out if arrays in Java of fixed size, with the size determined at:-, , Compile time or Run time.....?
Posted to MB Topic: Java News / Other
15 years ago
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exclusive.i
https://www.exclusiveinn.com/ An array is a group of like-typed variables that are stated by way of a common name.Arrays in Java paintings in a different way than they do in C/C++. Following are some critical factor about Java arrays. 
14 months ago
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Ken Seymour
Has anyone out there used JBoss?
I am thinking of trying JBoss to keep my J2EE skills up., I am currently working on a Java project that is neither web related nor J2EE., , From looking at the website, http://www.jboss.org/, it looks as though JBoss is Free for both development and production., I guess they make their living from support and selling detailed documentation., , Anyway, I was wondering if anyone out there had used it.
Posted to MB Topic: J2EE
18 years ago
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timbeyond1
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16 years ago
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Guardian
JBuilder 4 vs JBuilder 3
I mainly use JBuilder 3 for my Java development (mainly servlets and applets). In order to take advantage of the newer Java technologies, I realize I will have to move to JBuilder 4 (or a competing product). We have some people using JBuilder 3.5 and it is a buggy, resource-hogging disaster (much worse than 3...), so I was wondering what other people's thoughts were on moving to 4. , I have played around a bit in 4 and noticed a few minor annoyances (the scroll button doesn't work for one!). Anything else you can warn me about?
Posted to MB Topic: JBuilder
19 years ago
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Rick.D2
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8 months ago
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Thread 8 of 13
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rt
Anyone in?
Just thought I'd pop in from the vitual neolithicosities of the Paradox Boards and offer my condolences upon becoming a moderator. , Big Grin! rt
Posted to MB Topic: JBuilder
19 years ago
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deleted_member
Good question. Dictionary.com popped up nothing..., , :/
19 years ago
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brian p kim
JBuilder vs. C++Builder
Please refer to my post in "C++, Java and simple stuff.", , What do I want to do? I don't know. I'm not working from a project spec or an RFP. I'm just wondering want I might consider to advance my understanding of handling digital content., , I don't wish to enter the .Net environment. I'ld like to maintain some independance from any vendor., , How might I compare? I visit the Borland site regularly and the newsgroups, but I can't figure the difference. For example, what's the difference between applets and components? I'm interested in writing simple-minded and discrete apps - both at home on Win 98, and at work, Win NT4 and Win 2000. , , Thanks.
Posted to MB Topic: JBuilder
19 years ago
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brian p kim
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19 years ago
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Joakim Haglund
Farsi in forms
Hi, , How to write farsi language in JBuilder 6 forms?, Some characters cannnot be displayed correctly., , Best Regards, Mahdi
Posted to MB Topic: JBuilder
18 years ago
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Anonymous
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20 months ago
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AMI
Sun Certification
Hi all,, , I am planning to take up Sun Certified Web Component Developer certification. Can you suggest me some sites where I can find sample papers and materials to learn. Please give me sites other than Sun's Education portal., , Thanks.
Posted to MB Topic: Java News / Other
18 years ago
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KenSeymour
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18 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
J2EE versus JBuilder
Have you used Borland JBuilder? Any thoughts on how it matches up to J2EE?, , ------------------, Michael A. Prestwood, Author, Corel Paradox 9 Power Programming: The Official Guide, , President & CEO, Prestwood Software & Consulting, 7525 Auburn Blvd., #8, Citrus Heights, CA 95610, , [URL=http://www.prestwood.com]www.prestwood.com[/URL], , [b][i]Serving your IT needs since 1984![/b][/i]
Posted to MB Topic: J2EE
20 years ago
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deleted_member
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20 years ago
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cdkemp
PdxJDBC driver & how to get column names
Anyone know anything about a PdxJDBC driver beyond version 1.0? I am writing a Java app to connect to a Paradox database and pull ALL of the data out. I can connect to the DB with no problem, I can get the table names using the getTables() method in the DatabaseMetaData interface, but when I get to the getColumns() method I found out it is not supported in version 1.0 of the driver. Is there another way to get the column names (field names in Pardox-ese)? Is there a way to do it with straight SQL? Like SELECT all_column_names FROM table_name? Any ideas? Any news on a driver that would support the getColumns() method?, , Thanks, Chris
Posted to MB Topic: J2EE
19 years ago
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cklondon
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19 years ago
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deleted_member
JMS and EJB Integration
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Posted to MB Topic: J2EE
20 years ago
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PS_1853
Law Case Study Assignment Help
A law case study can be defined as a study of pattern, the behavior of a past case which is done to help law students understand a particular law and how the case proceedings were done. It makes students clear their concept of the law and how can it be effectively used for the betterment of people and society. In law case study examples, every aspect of the case, including both of the parties involved, situation and the outcome of the decision is analyzed.
Posted to MB Topic: Java News / Other
16 months ago
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