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Build Maven, Build ant, Build ivy, Build gradle

Have a look at Google Trends to see who’s likely to survive ­čÖé Ok, I’ll admit to be a Maven fan – because it’s the only one that has a holistic concept. …that will never make it into the heads … Continue reading

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Hibernate Reverse Engineering Tool does not create @TYPE Annotation for User Types within POJOs

Working on a Grails project that needs to access a legacy database, I’ve used the Hibernate Tools for Eclipse and Ant to create annotated EJB3 entity classes. As the database model uses some peculiar concepts (e.g. char(1) for booleans), I … Continue reading

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Warum Vodafone und T-Mobile bei Skype zur├╝ck rudern

Z.B. bei heise mobil – 11.05.09 – Vodafone und T-Mobile: Kein Streit mit Nokia wegen Skype-Handy liest man dar├╝ber, dass Vodafone und T-Online zuerst jegliche Skype-Nutzung verbieten und blockieren wollten, nun aber doch pl├Âtzlich wieder vom Monopol-Saulus zum kundenfreundlichen Paulus … Continue reading

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Google Chrome and Java – Needing Both Java 5 and 6 – an Experience in Nightmares – Possible Solution Provided

When you google for Google Chrome and Java you’ll find poor souls that are driven to distraction by Chrome insisting that there is no Java 6 Update 10 or later installed. Maybe, there are no problems on a clean virgin-like … Continue reading

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NetBeans 6.5.1 fixes Nullpointer Exceptions that occurred with 6.5 using Java 6 Update 12

As I’ve just learnt from Benjamin’s Blog, the Nullpointer discussed yesterday that causes various NetBeans dialogues to fail almost silently when running NetBeans 6.5 with Java 6 Update 12 (6u12) has now been fixed. And yes, I’m now again able … Continue reading

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NetBeans 6.5 and Java 6u12 – A No-No!

I recently stumbled upon a problem within a NetBeans mobile project: The editor for the items within an application descriptor would no longer open. Instead a red light on NetBeans frame (all the way down and to the right) would … Continue reading

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J2ME + Keep-Alive + Chunking = Out-of-the-box + automagically :-)

Wondering about best practices on how to use HttpConnection with J2ME, I had a peek at the sources and to my surprise, I found out, that HttpConnection should offer both keep-alive and chunking without any additional application code (e.g. adding … Continue reading

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