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Go Through Proxies With Java
by Behrouz Fallahi
Network administrators make use of proxy servers to enhance the security ...
Asynchronous Processing
by DevX Pro
I have written an ActiveX EXE. that handles Batch Reporting requirements on a large amount of data. Even though it is an Out-of-Process "server", it still seems to execute sychronously. Basically, is there an easy way to achieve asynchronous processing?
Discover the IP Address of Your Local Machine
by Behrouz Fallahi
The class java.net.InetAddress represents an Internet Protocol (IP) address. It has a static method, getLocalHost(), that you can use to obtain an instance of java.net.InetAddress based on your local ...
Exploit Serialization To Perform Deep Copy
by Behrouz Fallahi
The clone() method of java.lang.Object class makes a shallow copy of ...
Get IP Address Via The Hostname
by Behrouz Fallahi
The class java.net.InetAddress represents an Internet Protocol (IP) address. You can use this class to find the IP address of a host using the hostname. The following code demonstrates ...
Get the Hostname via IP Address
by Behrouz Fallahi
The class java.net.InetAddress represents an Internet Protocol (IP) address. You can use this class to find the hostname of an IP address. The following code demonstrates ...
Discover The Hostname Of Your Local Machine
by Behrouz Fallahi
The class java.net.InetAddress represents an Internet Protocol (IP) address. It has a static method, getLocalHost(), that you can use to obtain an instance of java.net.InetAddress based on your local ...
Use ServerSocket to see who's Calling your Server
by Behrouz Fallahi
You can use java.net.ServerSocket class to identify a remote machine that is accessing your server. A server socket waits for requests over a network. It then can perform operations based on the ...
Your Options With Sockets
by Behrouz Fallahi
JDK 1.1 offers enhanced control over a socket's behavior through some socket options. These options ...
Use Strict Type Variables
by Deepak Pant
If you want to improve performance of your application then you should always try to use strict type variables. You can use strict type (or strongly typed) variables by referencing the type ...
Implement ObjectControl Interface to Use GetObjectContext()
by Deepak Pant
A Visual Basic class module provides an Initialize procedure. The code you write in Initialize is executed when the Visual Basic object is created. However, Initialize is always executed before ...
Determine What Web Server Is Installed on a Remote Machine
by Udayananthan Prabhuram
Using Java, you can easily find out what Web server is installed on a remote machine. Just open a URLConnection to the remote host and parse the header for the "Server" entity, which will give the ...
Objects
by DevX Pro
When you click on the right mouse button over a file name or folder, you get a menu which allows you to select Properties. Is there any way to retrieve this information from a VB application?
Where Did It Go?
by Joe Karbowski
Have you ever wondered why your ActiveX DLL with a form doesn't show up in the taskbar? Because you're showing the form modally (.Show vbModal). VB4 only allows DLLs with a user interface to be ...
Class Module(.cls) vs. Module(.bas)
by DevX Pro
For the same global function, what's the difference between placing it in a global module and in a class module? Are there any performance issues involved? If so, which way is recommended and better?
Avoid Serialization Using the Transient Modifier
by Ajit Sagar
One of the less commonly used keywords in the Java language is transient. The transient modifier came into effect in JDK 1.1. It indicates a field that is not a part of the object's persistent state.
Customizing Serialization
by Ajit Sagar
If a class contains non-serializable variables, and you need to preserve the state of those variables, you will have to customize the default serialization behavior of the class. You can achieve this ...
Watch out for the NotSerializableException
by Ajit Sagar
The Serializable interface is a marker interface--in other words, it contains no methods. Its purpose is to categorize the classes that may be serialized using Java's serialization API. Only the ...
Create C++ DLLs to be Used in VB Apps
by KulBhushan Sharma
Some C++ programmers develop Win32 API DLLs that can used from Visual Basic programs. ...
Add a Hyperlink Listener in Java
by Rajasekaran Vinoth
To add a hyperlink listener in Java, add it to the JEditorPane and set its contents. A lot of errors may be thrown, but this is how the hyperlink listener must be added.
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