Currently, plugins for the 3.0 release of Eclipse are only sparsely available. However, I already discoverd two interesting ones: a subversion Eclipse plugin (CVS support is already present in the vanilla version, including CVS over SSH2) and the QuantumDB Eclipse Plugin, a database access plugin.
Eclipse 3.0 is available for download from the 25th of June. I downloaded and installed it. It looks great and has some great new features, among others integration with JUnit.
If you have just installed the MySQL RPMs and wonder what to do next, check out Getting Started with MySQL. This is a wonderful concise to-the-point comprehensible “getting started”, including an intro to the MySQL privilege tables.
With Eclipse 2.1.3 using the SysDeo plugin for Tomcat (I’m using Tomcat 4.1.30) I am not able to un/redeploy an application: the old code isn’t replaced by the new. Consequently, I have to manually remove my application in TOMCAT_HOME/webapps before deploying my newly modified code. Anyone had similar problems and/or […]
You can access a database with Ant. This can be useful when you want to create a database and fill it with some default data at the start/deployment of a project, but also when you want to reset the contents of your database just before invoking your tests! Example of […]
Title: Pro Jakarta Commons Authors: Harshad Oak Published by: Apress Abstract This book describes in some detail all functionality in the Jakarta Commons components. Jakarta Commons actually is a collection of common tools which were sprung to live during the development of other Jakarta Projects. As the name suggest it […]
|*Title*: |JUnit in action| |*Authors*: |Vincent Massol, Ted Husted| |*Published by*: |Manning Publications Co.| h3. Abstract Although the emphasis in _JUnit in action_ is on unit testing (of course!), it offers more. It details the JUnit test framework, while at the same time putting unit testing in a broader context […]
Activated textism2 plugin, which makes formatting HTML posts much more convenient: see also “this link”:http://textism.com/tools/textile/index.html
Name Bob the Warehouse Builder meets Don the DataMiner: From Creative Bookkeeping to Fortune Telling date Wed, 16 Apr 2003 Paper on the Oracle 9i Business Intelligence (prepared for the ODTUG 2003 conference and nominated for the Best Presentation Award): The functionality offered by Oracle 9i DataWarehousing, OLAP/BI and DataMining […]
Name JHeadstart Designer Generator – How (when and if) to approach a migration from Forms to a J2EE architecture date Sat, 15 Jun 2002 This paper was prepared for ODTUG 2002 (while the presenter was still working for Oracle Corporation)An introducton to the JHeadstart Designer Generator (JDG), a tool for […]
Name From Task description to Product Release – Managing Software Development using Oracle SCM date Thu, 12 Apr 2001 This paper was developed for the ODTUG 2001 Conference. The author was working for Oracle Corporation at the time. This paper describes how the Oracle Repository (later reduped to Oracle SCM […]
Name Interior Designer 6i date Fri, 28 Apr 2000 This paper was written for the ODTUG 2000 Conference. The author was still working for Oracle Corporation at that time. The Oracle Repository infrastructure that comes with Designer 6i allows for comprehensive Software Configuration Management (SCM). Effective and successful use of […]