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Jun
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revised Is there an issue with closing our database connections in the “Finally” block of a Try statement?
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Jun
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comment Is there an issue with closing our database connections in the “Finally” block of a Try statement?
@Ordous I added a mention to where I read that (I already had done it in the code's comment).
Jun
4
revised Is there an issue with closing our database connections in the “Finally” block of a Try statement?
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Jun
4
answered Is there an issue with closing our database connections in the “Finally” block of a Try statement?
May
2
comment How to open a desktop application through browser without a Java applet?
+1 It works. I have done it. In my case from the web me had to pass some data to a remote desktop app. We creates a file with the data, gave it a particular extension, then client-side associated that extension with our remote desktop app, so every time such a file is downloaded, the client machine opens the file with our app. Out app then reads the connection info from the file and stablishes the connection.
Apr
30
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Apr
15
comment How can I Identify which condition satisfied the if statement?
+1 for "there's no way to unscramble an egg".
Apr
15
revised Database Design for Inventory
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Apr
15
comment How can I Identify which condition satisfied the if statement?
Print A, B, C and D and you'll know which ones are true.
Apr
14
comment Database Design for Inventory
Creating an extra table for every kind of products seems like a no-go.
Apr
14
comment Low coupling when using sealed classes?
You mean decoupling the "sealed" classes among them or decoupling your code form the "sealed" classes?
Apr
12
accepted Printing to out vs Logging, given the nature of this app?
Apr
10
comment How to make variables inherent to an object or system
Your brain checks every time whether your arm is attached and functional, you simply don't think about it because this checking is several stack layers deep. When you move your arm you are simply calling an API perfected by millions of years of evolution. You are just abstracted from the details.
Apr
9
comment is there a cleaner / simpler way to code this?
+1 Great! I always had to write logic to either concatenate the WHERE keyword or not, depending on the values but it's easier and cleaner this way.
Apr
9
comment Pick dynamically the right Factory Class with Inversion of Control
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Apr
7
revised Pick dynamically the right Factory Class with Inversion of Control
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Apr
7
reviewed Approve Pick dynamically the right Factory Class with Inversion of Control
Apr
7
answered Pick dynamically the right Factory Class with Inversion of Control
Apr
7
accepted Would SQLite be less useful without accepting inserts of non-numeric values into numeric columns?
Apr
6
comment Would SQLite be less useful without accepting inserts of non-numeric values into numeric columns?
@DocBrown Just saw your edit, and it is better that way. Thnx.