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Re: Glassfish - spawn of the Devil! ... Actually, that's the primary point I was trying to make about debugging - to track down what the actual difference between the case that works (local) and

Clifton Royston
Jun 19, 2011
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Re: Glassfish - spawn of the Devil! Hi Cliff, Thank you for the suggestions ... but ... well ... that tracing things down part ... it only works till you get to a single line of code using the

g
Jun 19, 2011
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Re: Glassfish - spawn of the Devil! ... I've never worked with or even heard of Glassfish, and I don't ever do much with Java, but in any such problem, the main thing to do is look at the

Clifton Royston
Jun 19, 2011
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Glassfish - spawn of the Devil! Hi All, The following code works wonderfully easy with my local Glassfish server. -- First it gets the server's InitialContext - 'ctx". -- Then it looks up an

piikoicoder
Jun 12, 2011
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Re: Lost In (Oracal's) Cyber CyberSpace ... ... So, can I infer that all of these web adventures were using IE? ... In general Microsoft makes it very hard to roll back IE upgrades, though it sounds

Clifton Royston
May 24, 2011
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Re: Lost In (Oracal's) Cyber CyberSpace What is this a attempt by Microsoft to do in java??? It sounds like something they would do. Cheers, hal J From: honolulu-coders@yahoogroups.com

Hal Richman
May 23, 2011
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Re: Lost In (Oracal's) Cyber CyberSpace Hi, I'm sure all of you already know ... and now I do too. IE9 is an update to windows and not a program. So I did undue that update back to IE8. Then

G
May 23, 2011
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Lost In (Oracal's) Cyber CyberSpace Hi, I'm too lost to figure out what my question really is. I need help! Here's my sad story. I think (hope) it's interesting enough to intrigue. grin ... it

piikoicoder
May 23, 2011
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Re: Anyone Still Alive Out There Hmm, I munged up my reply, somehow. I'll try again: ... What language is this? It looks similar in Groovy: var threshold = computeThreshold() var

J. David Beutel
May 11, 2011
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Re: Anyone Still Alive Out There ... What language is this? It looks similar in Groovy: var threshold = computeThreshold() var heavyTravellers = employeeList.findAll {e -> e.milesOfCommute >

J. David Beutel
May 11, 2011
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Re: Anyone Still Alive Out There A closure is a block of code that can be represented as an object (or first-class data structure) and placed seamlessly into the flow of code by allowing

Jim Thompson
May 11, 2011
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Re: Anyone Still Alive Out There Hi Joseph, I was thinking more along the lines of a "what" topic. I first encountered "closure" in the context of JavaScript research, because JavaScript

G
May 11, 2011
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Re: Anyone Still Alive Out There ... Looks like Groovy doesn't run so well on android. Actually with Eclipse code completion I think anonymous inner classes get round the lack of closures

Sam Joseph
May 11, 2011
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Re: Anyone Still Alive Out There Holy Cow! That's the first time I've seen the implementation of closures as fixing a bug in the language. Closures were first implemented in Scheme, not lisp.

Jim Thompson
May 10, 2011
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Re: Anyone Still Alive Out There Hi George - What about "closure" is it that you think would make a good topic? Do you mean "What is a closure?" Or do you mean "Why doesn't Java have

Joseph Dane
May 10, 2011
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