Archive for June, 2009

Enterprise Project: Logical Groups and Project Structure

Thursday, June 25th, 2009 Posted in Software Engineering | Comments Off

Logical Grouping (SVN Folders, Eclipse Working Sets) ----------------------------------------------------- common service runtime server build integration webclient richclient Projects by Logical Grouping ============================ common ------- com.company.product.commons com.company.product.domain com.company.product.3rdparty com.company.product.3rdpartytools com.company.product.tools com.company.product.ui service ---------- com.company.product.service.domain01.api com.company.product.service.domain01.impl com.company.product.service.domain02.api com.company.product.service.domain02.impl runtime --------- com.company.product.runtime.database com.company.product.runtime.jboss com.company.product.runtime.tomcat server ------ com.company.product.config com.company.product.install com.company.product.schema com.company.product.server com.company.product.testdata com.company.product.workmanager com.company.product.workflow com.company.product.esb build ------ com.company.product com.company.product.builder integration ----------- com.company.product.integration.component1 com.company.product.integration.component2 webclient --------- com.company.product.web.subproduct.ui com.company.product.web.subproduct.model com.company.product.web.subproduct.controller com.company.product.web.subproduct.dataaccess richclient ---------- com.company.product.client.subproduct.ui com.company.product.client.subproduct.model com.company.product.client.subproduct.controller com.company.product.client.subproduct.dataaccess Read more..

Get Exception StackTrace as a String

Thursday, June 25th, 2009 Posted in Java | Comments Off

public static String getStackTraceString(Exception e) { StringWriter writer = new StringWriter(); PrintWriter pw = new PrintWriter(writer); e.printStackTrace(pw); StringBuffer sb = writer.getBuffer(); return sb.toString(); } Read more..

Song: Money, money, money

Thursday, June 25th, 2009 Posted in Kids | Comments Off

I like money to buy things at the store. Money, money, money, I always want more! A penny's worth one cent. A nickel's worth five. A dime's worth ten cents. A quarter's twenty-five. I like money to ... Read more..