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Apr
27
comment Copy-and-Pasted Test Code: How Bad is This?
>a call to helper method with a descriptive name. Isn't the problem with this that your unit tests are now becoming programs in themselves - which one is meant to avoid. What if some tests are failiing - is it the code that's broken, or the test helpers?
Apr
26
asked Why is a Spring's HttpClientErrorException an unchecked exception?
Apr
23
comment Is it possible to capture java objects to save them as test resources?
Good answer, thank you.
Apr
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Apr
14
asked Is it possible to capture java objects to save them as test resources?
Apr
12
revised What is the rate of entropy for data stored on a standard magnetic hard disk?
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Apr
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asked What is the rate of entropy for data stored on a standard magnetic hard disk?
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Feb
26
comment Is Logger.getLogger(MyClass.class) the best way to initialise log4j loggers?
@AndresF. I think i put it here because it's more of a question about code style/design patterns, than a technical issue.
Feb
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reviewed Approve Is Logger.getLogger(MyClass.class) the best way to initialise log4j loggers?
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Jul
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asked How do I prevent a long running SQL query from looking stuck?
Jul
8
comment What is a transaction?
@gnat Yip - I found that article just as I posted the question. I think that given that the question isn't already here, it's warranted.
Jul
8
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Jul
8
comment What is a transaction?
@Alexus is right. The question is about what a transaction is. Not about the @Transactional annotation.
Jul
8
comment What is a transaction?
@gnat - I'm not so much asking about the usage of the @Transactional annotation here, but what transactions are. Of course reference the use of @Transactional would probably help your answer.
Jul
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asked What is a transaction?