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Android Listview with multiple row layout

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In many posts we talked extensively about ListView and how to handle it: creating custom adapter or handling user interactions. In this post, I will cover another aspect related to the ListView that was not covered in the past: ListView with multiple row layout. By now we have seen rows having the same layout, anyway it is possible to have ...

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ADF: Popup, Dialog and Input Components

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In this post I would like to focus on a very common use case when we have af:popup containing af:dialog with input components inside. There are a couple of pitfalls that we need to watch out for when implementing this use case. Let’s consider a simple example:             <af:popup id="p1" contentDelivery="lazyUncached">             <af:dialog id="d2" ...

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Strategies to migrate from an DAO library

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In this post I will discuss several strategies to handle the following situation: You’re working on a legacy project that uses a company library with DBOs and DAOs for accessing the database. But the generator for this library is broken and you have to make changes to the DBOs and/or DAOs. Basic cases You will face the following three basic cases, when the database changes: ...

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But I’m negotiable

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I review many emailed job applications each week that include a salary expectation, usually in the form of “seeking $X,000 per year“. Some continue with a phrase that has become trite, not to mention quite costly to job seekers everywhere. “but I’m negotiable” What these candidates are telling us is “I have a target number, but I want you to know in advance that I’m willing to accept less.“ This phrase is ...

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SQL Tip of the Day: Be Wary of SELECT COUNT(*)

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Recently, I’ve encountered this sort of query all over the place at a customer site:                     DECLARE v_var NUMBER(10); BEGIN SELECT COUNT(*) INTO v_var FROM table1 JOIN table2 ON table1.t1_id = table2.t1_id JOIN table3 ON table2.t2_id = table3.t2_id ... WHERE some_predicate; IF (v_var = 1) THEN do_something ELSE do_something_else END IF; ...

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Java’s Volatile Modifier

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A while ago I wrote a Java servlet Filter that loads configuration in its init function (based on a parameter from web.xml). The filter’s configuration is cached in a private field. I set the volatile modifier on the field. When I later checked the company Sonar to see if it found any warnings or issues in the code I was ...

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Are You Using SQL PIVOT Yet? You Should!

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Every once in a while, we run into these rare SQL issues where we’d like to do something that seems out of the ordinary. One of these things is pivoting rows to columns. A recent question on Stack Overflow by Valiante asked for precisely this. Going from this table:             +------+------------+----------------+-------------------+ | dnId | propNameId ...

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