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One was named John and I have forgotten the other. If the pdf cracker offered by the other poster doesn't work for you just search for "password cracker" in the package manager.
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Ive emailed them for some help. This is a huge forum with members in many different timezones,and if you don't get answers means that the people who know aren't logged in yet and the guys who ARE logged in don't know the answer.
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So, was my bump worthless? Martin Mares MartinJMares also talked during this session, showing some cool things he is doing with the GlassFish command line administration tool, asadmin.
I then attended the technical keynote, which included speakers from IBM and Oracle. The keynote was running behind schedule, I had to leave early since I had a session right after, as I'm sure you've heard by now, Brian Goetz BrianGoetz was kicked out of the stage towards the end. I missed when it happened live, but I plan to watch the recording. In addition to my daytime job as a Java EE software developer, I sometimes teach short courses on Java EE using NetBeans, I picked some good tips from this session that I'm sure to use in future courses.
In this session he described several Java EE 7 already in production, including Mohamed Taman's project that was featured in the technical keynote on Sunday.
Also on Tuesday, David Delabassee delabassee had a very interesting talk about implementing home automation with JavaEE. He was actually controlling the lights in his home office in Belgium live from the session, which was being held in San Francisco, very cool stuff.
It is always an honor to be in the same room with those to work so hard to bring us the latest Java EE specs. On Thursday morning I attended the community keynote, it started with Michael Greene from Intel, we saw some of the stuff that Intel is doing with Java on the server side, also, there was an announcement about Intel joining the OpenJDK project.
Chapter seven moves on to JMS including the complete GlassFish setup and an introduction about queues and topics. Chapter eight adds security to the mix by covering the basic realms. Chapter nine covers very briefly all kinds of EJBs.
It's followed by chapter ten surprise ; with a brief introduction to CDI. With this set of covered APIs it's a reliable foundation for developing enterprise Java applications. Beside the development aspects the book also covers all needed GlassFish configurations and assists the reader with a couple of detailed screenshots. Writing and style Having read a few Java EE books, documentation and articles in the past years.
This one is among the better written ones. At last to me as a non native speaker.