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Disable javascript validation in Eclipse project

 

 

You can remove those javascript library from the validation process.

Encrypting passwords in Tomcat

 

Apache Tomcat is by far the most popular (open source) web server and Java servlet container. It has been around for a long time and – at the time of writing this post – has reached version 7.0.29. As Apache rightfully claims on its web site, Tomcat powers numerous large-scale, mission-critical web applications across a diverse range of industries and organizations. Therefore, one might imagine that such a widely used server would out-of-the-box already prove to be very secure .

 

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Left join, right join, outer join, inner join

As per the documentation: FROM (Transact-SQL):

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JBoss or Tomcat, maybe TomEE?

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First the facts, neither is better. As you already mentioned, Tomcat provides a servlet container that supports the Servlet specification (Tomcat 7 supports Servlet 3.0). JBoss AS, a 'complete' application server supports Java EE 6 (including Servlet 3.0) in its current version.

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The proposed Kona Project would define Java APIs for use on embedded devices

Java could play a bigger part in networking for the Internet of things. The Kona Project, proposed on openjdk.java.net this week, would define and implement Java APIs for networking technologies and protocols commonly used in IoT.

What's the difference between MyISAM and InnoDB?

The main differences between InnoDB and MyISAM ("with respect to designing a table or database" you asked about) are support for "referential integrity" and "transactions".

If you need the database to enforce foreign key constraints, or you need the database to support transactions (i.e. changes made by two or more DML operations handled as single unit of work, with all of the changes either applied, or all the changes reverted) then you would choose the InnoDB engine, since these features are absent from the MyISAM engine.

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