Yes, mea culpa. Sorry for the subject f***-up.
On 7 Nov 2005, at 06:08, Scott Palmer wrote:
What does any of this have to do with the Button look in Aqua L&F.
Not only did someone (points finger at Bob) make the mistake of
using a reply to start a new topic (buggers up the threading in
email clients), they forgot to change the subject as well.
On 6-Nov-05, at 5:44 PM, Antony Blakey wrote:
On 07/11/2005, at 5:21 AM, Bob Irving wrote:
As a very green Java programmer, I've taken on a commission to
write some handler routines for something called SupplierConnect,
an cXML interface (in the broader-than-Java sense). I can cope
with the XML parsing and the MySQL accessing, but I need to make
the routines as industrial strength as I can and I am very light
on the Exception handing side. Could anyone let me have some
f'rinstances of the coding of serious XML and MySQL error
handling? Supplier Connect works without a user interface so I'm
not talking about interactive routines, just server side stuff.
Doesn't need to be whole projects, just the odd program.
You should consider something like Spring http://
www.springframework.org/ - it abstracts away 'serious error
handling', which is notoriously tedious and error-prone when done
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