Core Java Technology Section Index | Page 5
Vector and ArrayList are very similar. Both of them represent a 'growable array', where you access to the elements in it through an index. ArrayList it's part of the Java Collection Framework, an...more
Check out: Where can I find free implementations of the Java Cryptography Extension (JCE)? Specifically, I'd recommend starting with Cryptix. more
Here is a less formal definition: A framework is a set of classes which handles the flow necessary to perform a complex task, but which requires plug-in classes specific to your application (datab...more
There is no need for any special configuration for JAAS to be used with the Tomcat server. Make the settings as we do to execute an application program, i.e., changing the java.security,java.pol...more
Check out the Project JXTA site.
Check out the jGuru Security FAQ.
Check out the Sun's Java Connector Architecture homepage.
Where can I ask questions and otherwise learn (more) about technologies that don't currently have their own jGuru FAQ?
You can try the jGuru Other FAQ.
Where can I learn (more) about using various XML (eXtensible Markup Language) technologies (such as DTDs, Schemas, SOAP, DOMs, etc.) with Java?
Check out the jGuru XML FAQ.
Check out the jGuru VAJ FAQ.
Check out the jGuru UML FAQ.
Check out the jGuru Transactions FAQ.
There are many sites like Canada's Royal Bank that convert only to local currencies ( US and Canadian dollars ), and others like the domino.kappa.ro, that uses the rates of the National Bank of Ro...more
Check out the jGuru Java on Mac FAQ.
Check out the jGuru Linux FAQ.