I have a CEF (Chromium Embedded Framework) application I am controlling with Selenium. Normally the application does not allow multiple instances of it to be running at the same time since it modifies directly its root files. I need to be able to run multiple instances (controlled by Selenium) though and some kind of containerization is therefore needed, correct? I’ve
We have an enterprise application running on Java 8. The deployment environment is built & updated through Bitbucket pipelines. I have a graphic showing the high-level architecture of the environment. We have two app servers running identical configurations apart from some application specific environment variables. It was all working well until a week ago when after a successful pipeline run,
Three questions related to each other here. I’ve tried looking for answer, but I’m unable to find/apply possible existing answers to my problem. Consider the following class: import java.util….
I have a JScrollPane that will fill up with buttons added by the user. Currently, the user creates a new button and it is added to the container that is inside the scroll pane but nothing is displayed….
I searched around the web and here and couldn’t find a conclusive answer to this rather simple question. I am using Java+MySQL+HTML and CSS. I created a webapp, and in this webapp the user can upload the photos path to the database .At the same time I am creating a folder completely outside of tomcat to copy inserted images there.
So I have been reviewing my data structures and came across an interesting thought regarding Java generics and the Object class. I have implemented and run a “generic bag” in two different ways (Notice below: IObjectBag.java, ObjectBag.java, IGenericBag.java, and GenericBag.java) and have used them both (Notice: Below main.java and Output). I have removed some of the unnecessary code as per