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  • Can variables in Java exhibit polymorphism?

    Can variables in JAVA exhibit polymorphism? If yes,the how?

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  • How to become an expert in Java?

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  • What is code of C/C++/Java for search a file on local PC program run on Windows program

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  • Store .wav file in a Oracle DB

    I want a Java program to store a .wav file to be stored in Oracle. I know that we use blob, but my problem is I want to know the things to do in between upload and the insert statement used to store in the DB.

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  • How do I implement Single Sign-On in a Java application?

    I've started working with Java applications and I'm trying to implement a single sign-on and federation in my application. Basically, I want to implement claims aware application in Java. What's the best way to do that?

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  • How do I create a one-time password generator for a phone?

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  • How to create a .EML file in Java

    How would I be able to create a .EML file in Java? I already have the information of the email (through Outlook) including body, subject, from, to, etc. Now I need to generate an .EML file from all of it. Thanks!

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  • SMS Direct from iSeries

    Hi, Is there any simple ways to send SMS from a phone connected to ISeries? By Java, RPG or cheap program? We just need a simple system to send only. Regards, Hamish

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  • How does SAP relate to Java?

    I am in tech sales at a Java development company and SAP keeps coming up. I do not have a tech background, so I am not sure how (or if) it is related to Java. Is there any simple way to explain this in lament's terms? Any info would be appreciated :)

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  • Locate J2SE PLUS SDK downloads

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  • Multi threading in AS/400

    In Java we have multi threading, like wise do we have in AS/400. If so how to implement in AS/400? Please advise.

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  • Oracle Installation Error

    I am getting error “The Java RunTime Environment was not found at bin/jre” while trying to install Oracle 8.1.7. on Solaris 10. All system and error details are given below: ========================================================= $ uname -a SunOS nike 5.10 Generic_118833-17 sun4u sparc...

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  • Need advice on a career in IT?

    I will be going to Depaul university this fall 2009 to pursue a degree in IT, majoring in Network security/telecommunications. As a student what advice can I get from you IT professionals to really excel in this field. should i get some certifications like A+, Net+, security+, MCSE, CCNA before I...

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  • Java support through Google Chrome on Linux

    Does anyone know of a way to get Java support on Linux Google Chrome? Thank you.

    ITKE354,225 pointsBadges:
  • What is the difference in Java and J2EE?

    What is Java, and what is J2EE, and what is the difference between the two.

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  • Staffing Projects

    We are finding it difficult to staff our projects through the use of traditional job boards. What sources have other hiring managers found successful in identifying competent IT resources to fill Software Development and Business Analyst position to work on J2EE / open-source projects?

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  • How to create a homogeneous application?

    How can I create a homogeneous application?

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  • Java – scanner method and buffered reader method

    I want to know what's difference between Scanner method & buffered reader method for scanning input from user? Why these multiple methods are used?

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  • Configuring virtual memory from Java in Linux

    I've been trying to run a Java application through Linux but I'm running into a few issues. When I launch the application (using the maximum heap size), the tops application of 240 MB of virtual memory is allocated to the application. It's creating several issues with different software on the...

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