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edu.emory.mathcs.util.natives: Utility classes developed and/or maintained by the Distributed Computing Laboratory , Emory University.  
edu.emory.mathcs.util.classloader: Utility classes developed and/or maintained by the Distributed Computing Laboratory , Emory University.  
edu.emory.mathcs.util.swing: Utility classes developed and/or maintained by the Distributed Computing Laboratory , Emory University.  
edu.emory.mathcs.util.allocator: Utility classes developed and/or maintained by the Distributed Computing Laboratory , Emory University.  
edu.emory.mathcs.util.classloader.jar: Set of classes supporting dynamic class and resource loading and simplifying development of custom class loaders.  
edu.emory.mathcs.util.remote.server.impl: Utilities extending several traditional APIs to work across the network using RMI.  
dr.davmgr.protocol.cmd: This package and all sub packages implements all supported protocols like https.  
dr.davmgr.protocol.jar: This package and all sub packages implements all supported protocols like https.  
dr.davmgr.protocol.tools: This package and all sub packages implements all supported protocols like https.  
dr.davmgr.swingview.dialogs.systeminfo: This package implements the Swing user interface of DAV Manager.  
dr.davmgr.swingview.internalframes.views: This package implements the Swing user interface of DAV Manager.  
edu.ucsb.ccs.jcontractor.test: This is the main package of the jContractor system.  
example: Miscellaneous examples demonstrating Abbot usage.  
edu.ucsb.ccs.jaqual.standard: This is the main package of the JaQuaL library.  
examples.subclass: Example usage of log4j including source code.  
edu.emory.mathcs.util.io.test: Utility classes related to stream-based I/O.  
edu.emory.mathcs.util.net.inproc: Networking-related utility classes.  
edu.emory.mathcs.util.security.auth: Security-related utilities.  
edu.emory.mathcs.util.security.action: Security-related utilities.  
edu.emory.mathcs.util.security.io: Security-related utilities.  

Classes:

ActiveMQMessage: The Message interface is the root interface of all JMS messages. It defines the message header and the acknowledge method used for all messages. Most message-oriented middleware (MOM) products treat messages as lightweight entities that consist of a header and a payload. The header contains fields used for message routing and identification; the payload contains the application data being sent. Within this general form, the definition of a message varies significantly across products. It would be quite difficult for the JMS API to support all of these message models. With this in mind, the JMS ...
RegularExpression: A regular expression matching engine using Non-deterministic Finite Automaton (NFA). This engine does not conform to the POSIX regular expression. How to use A. Standard way RegularExpression re = new RegularExpression( regex ); if (re.matches(text)) { ... } B. Capturing groups RegularExpression re = new RegularExpression( regex ); Match match = new Match(); if (re.matches(text, match)) { ... // You can refer captured texts with methods of the Match class. } Case-insensitive matching RegularExpression re = new RegularExpression( regex , "i"); if (re.matches(text) >= 0) { ...} Options You can specify ...
RegularExpression: A regular expression matching engine using Non-deterministic Finite Automaton (NFA). This engine does not conform to the POSIX regular expression. How to use A. Standard way RegularExpression re = new RegularExpression( regex ); if (re.matches(text)) { ... } B. Capturing groups RegularExpression re = new RegularExpression( regex ); Match match = new Match(); if (re.matches(text, match)) { ... // You can refer captured texts with methods of the Match class. } Case-insensitive matching RegularExpression re = new RegularExpression( regex , "i"); if (re.matches(text) >= 0) { ...} Options You can specify ...
RegularExpression: A regular expression matching engine using Non-deterministic Finite Automaton (NFA). This engine does not conform to the POSIX regular expression. How to use A. Standard way RegularExpression re = new RegularExpression( regex ); if (re.matches(text)) { ... } B. Capturing groups RegularExpression re = new RegularExpression( regex ); Match match = new Match(); if (re.matches(text, match)) { ... // You can refer captured texts with methods of the Match class. } Case-insensitive matching RegularExpression re = new RegularExpression( regex , "i"); if (re.matches(text) >= 0) { ...} Options You can specify ...
ResourceAdapter: The resource adapter is the clearing house for managing connections, transactions, and XAResources in a JDBC based resource manager living in the distributed transaction processing environment. There is one instance of ResourceAdapter per Resource Manager (database). The ResourceAdapter is responsible for keeping track of all run time global transactions and their state. The resource adapter only knows of run time global transactions, i.e., it does not know of in-doubt global transactions re-created by recovery. The following is an overall design of the JTA implementation in cloudscape, most of ...
Licence: Project B is covered by the GNU General Public Licence. GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 2, June 1991 Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed. Preamble The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and change it. By contrast, the GNU General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software--to make sure the software is free for all its users. ...
DOMConfiguration: The DOMConfiguration interface represents the configuration of a document and maintains a table of recognized parameters. Using the configuration, it is possible to change Document.normalizeDocument() behavior, such as replacing the CDATASection nodes with Text nodes or specifying the type of the schema that must be used when the validation of the Document is requested. DOMConfiguration objects are also used in [ DOM Level 3 Load and Save ] in the DOMParser and DOMSerializer interfaces. The parameter names used by the DOMConfiguration object are defined throughout the DOM Level 3 specifications. ...
DOMConfiguration: The DOMConfiguration interface represents the configuration of a document and maintains a table of recognized parameters. Using the configuration, it is possible to change Document.normalizeDocument() behavior, such as replacing the CDATASection nodes with Text nodes or specifying the type of the schema that must be used when the validation of the Document is requested. DOMConfiguration objects are also used in [ DOM Level 3 Load and Save ] in the DOMParser and DOMSerializer interfaces. The parameter names used by the DOMConfiguration object are defined throughout the DOM Level 3 specifications. ...
PrintfFormat: PrintfFormat allows the formatting of an array of * objects embedded within a string. Primitive types * must be passed using wrapper types. The formatting * is controlled by a control string. * * A control string is a Java string that contains a * control specification. The control specification * starts at the first percent sign (%) in the string, * provided that this percent sign * * is not escaped protected by a matching % or is * not an escape % character, * is not at the end of the format string, and * precedes a sequence of characters that parses as * a valid control specification. * * * ...
Debug: Debug helps the programmer to print various debug messages. This class is a frontend to the org.dinopolis.util.debug.Debug class. Its only purpose is to ease the use of the mentioned class. All methods in this class are static so the usage simply is Debug.methodName(arguments) . No instance must be handed from one class to the other. Debug Levels The Debug class provides the possibility to print debug messages depending on the debug level. There is a status for a given debug level that indicates if messages for this level should be put out or not. This status can be requested from the debug class. ...
Getopt: This is a Java port of GNU getopt, a class for parsing command line arguments passed to programs. It it based on the C getopt() functions in glibc 2.0.6 and should parse options in a 100% compatible manner. If it does not, that is a bug. The programmer's interface is also very compatible. To use Getopt, create a Getopt object with a argv array passed to the main method, then call the getopt() method in a loop. It will return an int that contains the value of the option character parsed from the command line. When there are no more options to be parsed, it returns -1. A command line option can be ...
PrintfFormat: PrintfFormat allows the formatting of an array of objects embedded within a string. Primitive types must be passed using wrapper types. The formatting is controlled by a control string. A control string is a Java string that contains a control specification. The control specification starts at the first percent sign (%) in the string, provided that this percent sign is not escaped protected by a matching % or is not an escape % character, is not at the end of the format string, and precedes a sequence of characters that parses as a valid control specification. A control specification usually takes ...
Profile: A JXTA configurator that can parse an XML resource and in turn construct the relevant PlatformConfig . All addresses are of the form URI. Addresses that do not specify a scheme will be defaulted accordingly. Further, RendezVous and Relay addresses that do not specify a host wil be replaced with the corresponding boostrap results. If a scheme is specified only bootstrap results with matching schemes will be retained. All other addresses that do not specify a host will, in turn, be replaced with the local host. All fields have backing defaults enabling one to seed a configuration with a partial yet ...
SQLDB: DB store objects by storing all public fields: all primitive types and primitive arrays (java.lang.String, java.net.URL and java.util.Date are considered as primitive) all objects and object arrays that are contained inside object (recursive) Requirements and restrictions: every object that will be stored in DB must have defined "public long db_id" field (or must inherit from class that have db_id field) objects that have encapsulated data - private fields and get/set methods for retrieving/storing that fields can't be stored correctly! This is common for JDK classes - that classes can be stored ...
PooledExecutor: A tunable, extensible thread pool class. The main supported public method is execute(Runnable command) , which can be called instead of directly creating threads to execute commands. Thread pools can be useful for several, usually intertwined reasons: To bound resource use. A limit can be placed on the maximum number of simultaneously executing threads. To manage concurrency levels. A targeted number of threads can be allowed to execute simultaneously. To manage a set of threads performing related tasks. To minimize overhead, by reusing previously constructed Thread objects rather than creating ...
PooledExecutor: A tunable, extensible thread pool class. The main supported public method is execute(Runnable command) , which can be called instead of directly creating threads to execute commands. Thread pools can be useful for several, usually intertwined reasons: To bound resource use. A limit can be placed on the maximum number of simultaneously executing threads. To manage concurrency levels. A targeted number of threads can be allowed to execute simultaneously. To manage a set of threads performing related tasks. To minimize overhead, by reusing previously constructed Thread objects rather than creating ...
PooledExecutor: A tunable, extensible thread pool class. The main supported public method is execute(Runnable command) , which can be called instead of directly creating threads to execute commands. Thread pools can be useful for several, usually intertwined reasons: To bound resource use. A limit can be placed on the maximum number of simultaneously executing threads. To manage concurrency levels. A targeted number of threads can be allowed to execute simultaneously. To manage a set of threads performing related tasks. To minimize overhead, by reusing previously constructed Thread objects rather than creating ...
DependencyManager: Dependency Manager Interface The dependency manager tracks needs that dependents have of providers. This is a general purpose interface interface which is associated with a DataDictinary object; infact the dependencymanager is really the datadictionary keeping track of dependcies between objects that it handles (descriptors) as well as prepared statements. The primary example of this is a prepared statement's needs of schema objects such as tables. Dependencies are used so that we can determine when we need to recompile a statement; compiled statements depend on schema objects like tables and constraints, ...
jdbcResultSet: Implements both the java.sql.ResultSet and java.sql.ResultSetMetaData interfaces. In short: A ResultSet object is essentially--but not limited to being--a table of data representing a database result set, which is usually generated by executing a statement that queries the database. A ResultSetMetaData object is one that can be used to get information about the types and properties of the columns in a ResultSet object. The following is composed of three sections: The generic overview for ResultSet . The generic overview for ResultSetMetaData . A discussion of some HSQLDB-specific concerns. From ...
PatternLayout: A flexible layout configurable with pattern string. The goal of this class is to format 55 a org.apache.log4j.spi.LoggingEvent and return the results as a String. The results depend on the conversion pattern . The conversion pattern is closely related to the conversion pattern of the printf function in C. A conversion pattern is composed of literal text and format control expressions called conversion specifiers . You are free to insert any literal text within the conversion pattern. Each conversion specifier starts with a percent sign (%) and is followed by optional format modifiers and a conversion ...
Monitor: Services A service is a collection of modules that combine to provide the full functionality defined by the service. A service is defined by three pieces of information: A fully qualified java class name that identifies the functionality or API that the service must provide. Typically this class represents a java interface. This class name is termed the factory interface . The identifier of the service. Services are identified by a String, this may be hard-coded, come from a UUID or any other source. An optional java.util.Properties set. The running functionality of the service is provided by a ...
JXPathContext: JXPathContext provides APIs for the traversal of graphs of JavaBeans using the XPath syntax. Using JXPathContext, you can read and write properties of JavaBeans, arrays, collections and maps. JXPathContext uses JavaBeans introspection to enumerate and access JavaBeans properties. JXPathContext allows alternative implementations. This is why instead of allocating JXPathContext directly, you should call a static newContext method. This method will utilize the JXPathContextFactory API to locate a suitable implementation of JXPath. Bundled with JXPath comes a default implementation called Reference ...
XMLEventListener: Interface for XML event listeners. State transitions XML event sources must obey a state model when calling XMLEventListener s. However, an XMLEventListener is not required to check that this state model is actually respected. If it does, then it will throw an java.lang.IllegalStateException if the state model is violated. Stateful XMLEventListener implementations should implement the StatefulXMLEventListener interface instead of implementing XMLEventListener directly. Initially the state of an uninitialized XMLEventListener is UNINITIALIZED 55 . The following table defines how the state changes ...
TempTableInfo: The temp tables will have following data structure TableDescriptor Declared in savepoint level Dropped in savepoint level Modified in savepoint level The actual logic LanguageConnectionContext will keep the "current savepoint level". At any point in time, this is the total number of savepoints defined for a transaction. At the start of any new transaction, the "current savepoint level" will be set to 0. Everytime a new user defined savepoint is set, store returns the total number of savepoints for the connection at that point. For eg, in a new transaction, "current savepoint level' will be 0. When ...
MIME2Java: MIME2Java is a convenience class which handles conversions between MIME charset names and Java encoding names. The supported XML encodings are the intersection of XML-supported code sets and those supported in JDK 1.1. MIME charset names are used on xmlEncoding parameters to methods such as TXDocument#setEncoding and DTD#setEncoding . Java encoding names are used on encoding parameters to methods such as TXDocument#printWithFormat and DTD#printExternal . Common Name Use this name in XML files Name Type Xerces converts to this Java Encoder Name 8 bit Unicode UTF-8 IANA UTF8 ISO Latin 1 ISO-8859-1 ...

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