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Understanding JDBC Connection Pooling
Manoj Debnath | Published May 19, 2017

Learn to use the connection pooling mechanism and apply it to a Java application.


Tags:Java,MySQL,database,JDBC,API,JVM,multi-threaded,Eclipse IDE,connection pooling,JDBC 3.0 API,c3p0
Creating a JDBC Application in NetBeans: A Step-by-Step Guide
Manoj Debnath | Published May 3, 2017

Creating a JDBC application in NetBeans is easy if you keep things simple.


Tags:Java,MySQL,database,Linux,JDBC,SQL,NetBeans,DML,MySQL Server,DDL,MySQL Monitor
Introducing JEE Application Session Beans
Manoj Debnath | Published Apr 24, 2017

Explore some key information to use session beans in an enterprise application.


Tags:Java,XML,Business logic,application,metadata,EJB,singleton,stateful,JEE,session bean,remote method invocation,RMI,stateless
Managing Transactions with EJB
Manoj Debnath | Published Apr 17, 2017

Dive into the concept of transaction management with EJB.


Tags:Java,JDBC,XML,Acid,JTA,atomicity,consistency,isolation,durability,EJB transaction management,bean managed transaction,container-managed
Key Classes for Handling Files with Java NIO.2
Manoj Debnath | Published Apr 13, 2017

Explore some of the key classes that are commonly used in file handling in Java.


Tags:Java,metadata,channel,Buffer,file handling,Java NIO.2,static method,helper class,Absolute path,relative path,unbuffered
Key Attributes for Winning with Embedded Analytics in .NET or Java Apps
CIO Update Staff | Published Apr 5, 2017

With the right embedded analytics software, you'll get the visualizations and insights you need, regardless of the technology your application is built upon.


Tags:Java,.NET,Cloud,API,apps,business intelligence,BI,analytics,embedded,software engineering,insights,visualization tool
Java NIO.2 File Handling
Manoj Debnath | Published Mar 29, 2017

Study the features of channel-based I/O and learn about its uses with brief examples.


Tags:Java,I/O,channels,asynchronous,Buffer,file handling,Java NIO.2,channel-based,stream-based,single-threaded,read operation,write operation
What Is a Java Formatter in Java Programming?
Manoj Debnath | Published Mar 20, 2017

Explore the Java Formatter class and observe some of its utility in everyday programming in Java.


Tags:Java,threads,constructor,C/C++,Java API Documentation,Formatter class
Exploring the Queue Interface in Java
Manoj Debnath | Published Mar 13, 2017

Learn about the working concept of using the Que interface in Java.


Tags:Java,array,Queue,Java Collection API Library,FIFO,LIFO
Moving from Apache Load Balancer to AWS Elastic Load Balancer
CIO Update Staff | Published Mar 8, 2017

Making the shift from Apache Load Balancer to AWS Elastic Load Balancer can be challenging. Read through one process that led to success.


Tags:Java,IP address,B2B,webservices,HTTP requests,Apache Load Balancer,AWS Elastic Load Balancer,ServletFilter,Web Access Control List,Web ACL,X-Forwarded-For
Understanding Java Nested Classes and Java Inner Classes
Manoj Debnath | Published Mar 6, 2017

Using both nested and inner classes is integral to being a successful Java programmer. Pick up some skills here.


Tags:Java,event handling,classes,nested classes,inner classes,static nested class,non-static nested class,GUI programming
Understanding Enumeration in Java
Manoj Debnath | Published Feb 27, 2017

Learn how enumerations can be utilized in Java.


Tags:Java,APIs,enumeration,qualifier,JDK5,abstract class,named constant,super class,super interface
How to Handle Transactions with the JDBC API
Manoj Debnath | Published Feb 21, 2017

Follow these examples and work through how transactions are handled with the JDBC API.


Tags:Java,database,SQL,update,transactions,JDBC API,JTA,commit,rollback,JTS,Java library,save points
Exploring the Peer Classes of Java String: Java StringBuilder and Java StringBuffer
Manoj Debnath | Published Feb 13, 2017

Learn about using the peer classes of Java String and work through some examples demonstrating their use.


Tags:Java,synchronization,threads,Java APIs,Java strings,Java StringBuilder,Java StringBuffer,peer classes,appendable
Using the rJava R Package to Do More
Deepak Vohra | Published Feb 10, 2017

In this final part of the rJava series, learn about checking for exceptions, using arrays, and other important tasks.


Tags:Java,JVM,arrays,Exception handling,R,rJava,Java strings,Swing API,throw exceptions,binary comparison,classpath
Using Java Strings and the Swing API in R
Deepak Vohra | Published Feb 3, 2017

Learn about the rJava package to use Java Strings and the Swing Java API from R.


Tags:Java,R,rJava,Java strings,Swing API,Swing application,R Console
Working with Java Linked List
Manoj Debnath | Published Jan 30, 2017

Discover the concept behind the data structure involved in implementing the LinkedList generic class in Java.


Tags:Java,node,LinkedList,generic class,Java Collection API Library,one-dimensional array
Getting Started with R Using Java
Deepak Vohra | Published Jan 27, 2017

Get started with using the rJava R package to use Java from R.


Tags:Java,Windows,JVM,statistical computing,R,java virtual machine,JNI,Java Native Interface,rJava
Working with Java Hashing Classes
Manoj Debnath | Published Jan 23, 2017

Plunge into the techniques of hashing before delving into the Java Hashing Classes in brief.


Tags:Java,Java API Documentation,hash codes,hashing classes,Java Hashing Classes,hash table,hash function,binary search
Eliminate Consecutive Full GCs in Java
CIO Update Staff | Published Jan 20, 2017

Learn about consecutive full garbage collections: the causes and cures.


Tags:Java,JVM,garbage collection,validate,consecutive full garbage collections,CPU cycles,JVM heap size