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Sun J2EE. EJB/JSP/RMI-IIOP, JDBC, Connector, JMX / JSSE / JCE, etc.
  


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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).
19 years 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.
17 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
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]
19 years ago
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JMS and EJB Integration
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