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What are the practical applications of nashorn [closed]

Oracle is putting a lot of effort into supporting Javascript on JVM. Rhino was quite capable as a JS engine, yet Oracle saw the need to create Nashorn and optimize it extensively to match V8's ...
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1answer
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Is Spring Source Tool suite required for J2EE application development? [closed]

I am following a tutorial. The guy keeps on adding different plug-ins such as subclipse, maven, spring source tool suite, etc after setting up jdk, eclipse, tomcat. While installing spring, he was ...
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1answer
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Do we need to use JCA while connecting to db from inside EJB

While writing an EJB (deployed on WAS) that connects to a db, i have never needed to use JCA. But apparently JCA is the standard for connection to thrid party EIS (which includes database). So does ...
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Re-writing a large web application - alternatives to LAMP

We have a very large, 10 year old LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) web application that is out of control and poorly written due to a large number of patches and possible hundreds of programmers. If ...
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User intentions analysis

I'm going to work on some project that would do a user-action recognition based on what he/she does in the system. As far as I understand there are two main parts here: Intercept the user actions ...
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2answers
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Is Spring + Hibernate prefered instead of EJB 3?

It is my perception that whenever new JEE projects start (where these technologies would be applicable), people prefer to use a combination of Spring + Hibernate instead of EJB 3. It seems junior ...
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4answers
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Java/C# - When should AOT be considered if reverse engineering is a concern?

Long and short is really in the question title. For a language which compiles to an intermediate language like MSIL or Java byte-code, if there's concern about something like reverse engineering or ...
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1answer
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What are the most commonly used enterprise Java technologies, and what would you want a non technical audience to understand about them?

I have been asked to give a presentation to a non-technical audience on what Java technologies are currently being used in the enterprise world. The goal is to give this non-technical audience the ...
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What are the factors that have made Java a success as a programming language in enterprise computing?

What are the factors that have made Java a success as a programming language in enterprise computing?