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To help others learn To help make the community better To show off your knowledge To become famous for your expertise
Perhaps! Do you have what it takes?!? Are you an acknowledged expert in a technical topic area that is interesting and useful to developers? Are you willing and able to build up and maintain th...more
Could you describe the architecture behind jGuru.com: JSP, Servlets, database, servers, transactions etc...?
[Updated Nov 20, 2002 to remove old description and point at some articles. TJP] jGuru.com Case-Study. Little Nybbles of Development Wisdom.more
Submissions are periodically reviewed by the FAQ manager. The manager tries to check for appropriateness, correctness, formatting, spelling, grammar, etc. Submissions that are too specific to the ...more
A good answer is one that fully answers the question and provides links to other material if appropriate. Code snippets are great, but should have associated explanatory text. Please make sure t...more
We are trying to build a resource the whole community can use. The best questions are ones that, when answered, will help others. We are not offering a technical support service -- we cannot desig...more
I had a FAQ submission approved, and can see the page for it on the site, but don't see it listed with other new FAQ entries, what's going on?
This is an artifact of our database caching mechanism. The viewing of a single entry uses a scheme that is always fresh whereas queries like: "show me all recent FAQ entries" are updat...more
A FAQ manager is a jGuru.com employee or external contributor that moderates and edits the FAQ questions and answers you submit. They also control the topic names for that FAQ. They normally ha...more
All you have to do is go to: http://www.jguru.com/jguru/faq/submit.jsp to submit a FAQ entry (question and answer) or you can go to http://www.jguru.com/jguru/faq/orphan_submit.jsp to submit a F...more
The jGuru FAQs are mostly Java-specific, but we have FAQs on UML/Patterns, XML, and on tools for doing your job in Java such as VisualAge For Java.
When enough FAQ entries are submitted or gathered to warrant a new FAQ, we will create one with with an appropriate root topic to group the entries. Entries that are not currently assigned to a ...more
There currently is no direct support to edit an approved FAQ. If you would like to change a previously approved answer, or do not agree with the answer, submit feedback on the FAQ and the FAQ mana...more
The best questions are ones that, when answered, will help others. We are not offering a technical support service -- we cannot design your application, debug your code or solve your...more
How can I schedule a Java program on Solaris (UNIX) so that the program should automatically run at a specified time?
To schedule jobs in UNIX use the cron facility. Do a man on cron to find out how.
You can send mail to email@example.com and the producer will contact the manager. We don't yet have a method for you to send email without exposing the email address of the FAQ manager, so we're...more