Category Archives: Java

Generating garbage…

At JCrete the last couple of years I’ve had the pleasure to be socializing with, among others, HFT people like Peter Lawrey and Martin Thompson. Those HFT dudes really makes me thinking when I’m implementing stuff. Thinking about how much … Continue reading

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SafeEquals

I’m currently designing a user-authentication OAuth2 based service. I’m trying very hard never ever to reveal anything about users or passwords. Credential-lookup by userid is always done twice. If the user is not found a known dummy-user is looked up … Continue reading

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YN

Yeah, I know, this isn’t rocket science. But it is rather nice 🙂 So, I’m working on this JEE project, backed by an Oracle database. Some of my work involves refactoring CMP 2.1 entities into JPA entities. Here I’m faced … Continue reading

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Unit testing really simple implementations

As an independent subcontractor (freelance consultant) I get to work in various very different organisations, with very different approaches towards testing in general and unit-testing in particular. Some places unit-testing is mandatory and there might even be a code-coverage tool … Continue reading

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Bad sample code…

Okay, I just HATE bad code. I’m not religious about how you express your business logic in the code. I don’t mind “different” indentation or long methods although I try to keep my own code as short and simple as … Continue reading

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Handing over JAVA components to L3 support…

Java Specialist13:13 Hi Udby, Jesper13:13 Hi Java Specialist13:13 we are unable to build with existing set up can you give us ear file to me Udby, Jesper13:14 no, unfortunately not, I’m working from home today and do not have access … Continue reading

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Salesforce wsc (sfdc-wsc): new release 23 coming

The current situation is a mess. There are now 3 known versions of the sfdc-wsc tool: The one at http://code.google.com/p/sfdc-wsc which I’m currently maintaining. The one at http://mvnrepository.com/artifact/com.force.api/force-wsc – don’t know who’s maintaining that but it seems alive. Then Victor … Continue reading

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Salesforce wsc hacking: yet another Open Source encounter?

As I wrote in an earlier post I’ve volunteered to become a committer to the wsc tool and are in the progress of making minor tweaks and enhancements for a coming release 23. My plan was that this release should … Continue reading

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Salesforce wsc hacking: getting rid of SessionTimedOutException

The SoapConnection java class sports a private static inner Exception, the SessionTimedOutException. This Exception is used internally only to quickly pass control from the parseDetail() method back to the send() method. This is bad practice, using an Exception to control … Continue reading

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Salesforce wsc hacking: adding RequestTimedOutException

I have a number of situations where a RequestTimedOutException would be appropriate instead of just a ConnectionException when SoapConnection.send() encounters a SocketTimeoutException. This would ease retry implementations (related to timeouts) in that they would only have to consider a special … Continue reading

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