Wicket in OC4J / OracleAS

Recently I tried deploying wicket framework based web application in OC4J container it didn’t work, whereas the same code works well in Tomcat. While googling found a few solution which recommends to use wicket servlet configuration instead of servlet filter to resolve the issue. I did the same but no luck. Then I tried associating a bookmarkable page for the homepage then it works well. Here is the code snippet: Read more of this post

JRebel – a productive tool for Java developers

Java Rebel – a very useful productive tool
One of my friend told me about JavaRebel. Later I tried with eclipse it worked well. The installation and setups are very simple and easy. It saves a lot of time for enterprise class projects. Now you don’t have to restart Tomcat for each changes. Try out today, enjoy the productivity.

Java – Object XML Mapping

Have you written 1000s of buggie lines of code to parse XML? Generating an XML is easy but when it comes to XML parsing/import it is hard. We have to think about many scenarios and deal with many combinations. I use to prefer XPath API for XML import because I can fetch required values as they way/order I want rather than iterating all nodes in DOM structure. XPath is better than DOM coding but is not the best solution. So I started looking for a solution similar to Hibernate for XML to Object translation. Read more of this post

Single-Sign-On (SSO) in Java Platform using Active Directory

Sorry guys it been long time writing in my blog.

Nowadays single-sign-on became a hot selling feature for all desktop and web-based products. In this article I talk about single-sign-on implementation in Java platform with Active Directory server. Since Microsoft Windows has become one of the most common corporate network platforms it is worth integrating with your product. Starting from Windows 2000 Microsoft supports Kerberos protocol. It is unusal that Microsoft support open-standard protocol, but they do in this case; good for us :-) Read more of this post

Handling currency calculations in Java business application

Recently I saw a weird floating issue in Java application which made our currency calculation wrong. Can you guess what would be the output of the below code?

System.out.println(38.0 - 26.6);

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Java – Thread’s stack trace dump

Recently I was dealing with a deadlock issue. Usually I use eclipse break points to create deadlock situation at the same time find the line/code which causes the deadlock. But this one is bit complex scenario where it is not easy to have break points move line by line to reproduce the deadlock. Read more of this post

JDBC performance tuning with optimal fetch size

Tuning performance using fetch size is an old technique some of you might already be using this configuration; some may know about it but may not have implemented. Recently I have implemented in my current project, would like to share my experience. In a typical production environment database and application will be running on different physical server. Even if you have high-end server class machine the network traffic between application and database server is one of the key factor of your application performance. Read more of this post