Java

Famous Failures

Just spent two minutes to see this short video. Don’t forget to switch on the head phones. I got this link from Deepthi, one of my Co-worker and my really Good friend. Thanks Deepthi for such a good video link. 🙂

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Java

Setting the MS-SQL compatibility levels

sp_dbcmptlevel : This command is using to set certain database behaviors to be compatible with the specified version of SQL Servers.

Example:

   —-SQL Server 2005 database compatible level to SQL Server 2000
EXEC sp_dbcmptlevel <DBNAME>, 80;
GO
Version of SQL Server database can be one of the following:
  • 60 = SQL Server 6.0
  • 65 = SQL Server 6.5
  • 70 = SQL Server 7.0
  • 80 = SQL Server 2000
  • 90 = SQL Server 2005

Please find the full post in Pinal Dave’s Blog

Reference : http://blog.sqlauthority.com/2007/05/29/sql-server-2005-change-database-compatible-level-backward-compatibility/

Java

Continuous Integration with Hudson: A Presentation and an Interview podcast

This is the presentation that Carlo delivered at the Javaday Torino 2007.

Please Visit Glassfish Podcast blog for an Interview with Kohsuke Kawaguchi about Hudson

Java, Spring, Spring AMS, Spring Framework

SpringSource Application Management Suite (AMS) Beta Released

SpringSource Application Management Suite (AMS) is a comprehensive enterprise application management tool. It is designed to manage and monitor all of your Spring-powered applications, the Spring runtime, and a variety of platforms and application servers. SpringSource AMS is built on Hyperic’s HQ Enterprise Edition, a proven systems and applications management solution. Additional features of SpringSource AMS include:

  • Automatic discovery of Spring-powered applications on deployment
  • Automatic monitoring of a variety of Spring, third party, and stereotyped components running in your application. SpringSource AMS instruments a variety of components in the Spring Framework. Simply drop the instrumented jar files into your application, and SpringSource AMS will begin monitoring your application and exposing statistics via JMX. No additional configuration steps required!
  • Automatic monitoring of components of the Spring runtime, including the application contexts and bean factories

You can read more about its features in Jennifer Hickey‘s first post in Spring Team blog. This introduction part is also taken from her blog. I am only started to look into that 😉