This article describes how we used Groovy to create a DSL for the clauses in a rules engine. We have been collaborating in the development of an “expert system” application for KnowledgeBench Ltd. This application uses a forward chaining rules engine to provide a “smart” system capable of [...]
Updated: now copes with multiple tables on the same page, non-drag and non-drop rows (such as headers) and embedding form elements. Also [...]
We’ve recently had a problem where we wanted to produce a website in multiple languages including Russian, Czech, Romanian, and other eastern European languages. No problems, we thought, we can just use Java properties files and the fmt:message JSTL tags.
Have you ever had the problem where there’s a class missing and you’ve no idea which jar it might be in? Or been running a Java program and wondered why the implementation of a class doesn’t seem to match what you think, and it turns out that there’s another implementation earlier in the classpath? [...]
Note: See the May 2008 update at the bottom of this article.
The aim of this project was to be able to get the groups that an NT user belongs to using ADSI (Active Directory Services Interface) and make this available in Java. In the first article we described how to get ADSI information using VBScript, JScript and then C++. Now we show how to wrap [...]
The overall aim of this project was to be able to get the groups that an NT user belongs to using ADSI (Active Directory Services Interface) and make this available in Java. This first article describes how to get ADSI information using VBScript, JScript and then C++. It shows how the different languages make it [...]
If you have access to Visual C++, then compiling C++ to produce an EXE or a DLL isn’t particularly hard. If not, then you either have to use gcc or there is an excellent free C++ compiler provided by Borland. You can download freecommandlinetools.exe
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