This tutorial shows how to get HornetQ JMS resources out of JNDI. It also includes utilities to help use an embedded HornetQ server when writing test code.
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How to make your Hibernate code cleaner and more robust by abstracting away session and transaction creation and teardown.
Another round of tips on tricky parts of the Salesforce SOAP API. Learn about the new initial login URL (API 17 and above), field validation errors, and more.
This is the third part in a series about tricky parts of the Salesforce.com SOAP Partner API (see Part 1, Part 2, and Part 4). Dependent Picklists In Salesforce.com’s object model, two of the possible datatypes for fields are picklist and multipicklist. A picklist is perhaps best described as a drop down menu: the user [...]
This is Part 4 in a series. Read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 to catch up. Update: I’ve released an open source library that presents a better interface to the Partner API (as well as other Salesforce APIs). Writing new and changed objects to Salesforce.com There are three different API calls for writing [...]
This is Part 3 in a series. Read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 4 to get up to speed. Update: I’ve released an open source library that presents a better interface to the Partner API (as well as other Salesforce APIs). Making a query() There are several API calls you can use to get [...]