I’ve recently upgraded a JRuby/Rails application from JRuby 1.6.3 (1.8 compatibility mode) to 1.6.8 (1.9 mode). Everything was working out fine except for actions relying on internal CSV library (FasterCSV in 1.
Using JRuby with trinidad (developer mode) – I was intermittently getting this error. Apparently thrown as estimated_time for the transaction was returning nil. I was also having all sorts of other issues (undefined method `metric_name’ for nil:NilClass) with
JRuby 1.5.2 Rails 3.0 activerecord-jdbc-adapter 0.9.7 This issue arises when setting table name with a schema name prefix. For those in the know – this is a must-have if you’re connecting to oracle using a
If your JSP code is almost 2/3rd pure Java code, then you’re doing something wrong. One easy way of knowing Java code from HTML/Snippets is to look at the PALE GREEN (see image for color tone). If
This has nothing to do with comparing 8 different frameworks. It’s just to tell the horror story of one of our down-the-drain projects. The client came with an old product that he needed to add new features to. The
Working on maintaining and modifying a five year-old Java application, I came to realize there’s a strong relation between legacy and pyramids. Here’s an analogy: | Pyramids are HUGE monuments, built for the sole purpose of being a tomb
I’m trying to handle an integration between a humongous code-base Java application (doing basic stuff) with a new Rails application (talking about injecting Rails transparently). Handling login (multi-application logins) was my first obstacle, and after talking with Steven and
Last Friday was my Ruby on Rails presentation at Commerx Corporation (in Lunch and Learn series). It wasn’t as good as I wanted, but, wasn’t too bad either. Some keys on the laptop were in the on-again-off-again mode,