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Torvalds, Linus, use of Git 33 .trx file 163 T-SQL 261 Typemock Isolator 177 U UI testing 180, 192 integrating into the CI process 189 192 Silverlight 182 184 tools 180 web applications 185 189 Windows Forms 180 182 UI tests in CI reliability 190 Selenium 191 speed 189 UIA 180 unit test as part of automated tests 145 design rules 145 framework 16 integrating with CI server 151 mocking 164 170 removing, to speed up CI 277 separating from integration tests 277 unit testing as base of testing pyramid 171 as white-box testing 168 bird s-eye view 145 146 error-driven development 146 example 146 157 stored procedures 271 273 with NUnit 149 151 Urban Code 288 user-acceptance test 172 UsingTask 78 V Value 86 Vault as centralized system 33 cost-benefit factor 33 source control aspects 32 verbosity 75 version control system. See source control vertical scaling 282 virtual PC, deployment 259
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The join point is the most fundamental concept in AspectJ. A join point is any identifiable execution point in a system. A call to a method is a join point, and so is a method s execution. Even an assignment to a variable or a return statement is a join point. In addition, the following are all join points: an object construction, a conditional check, a comparison, an exception handler, and even for, while, and do/while loops. In AspectJ, the join points are the places where we can interject the crosscutting actions; therefore, it is necessary to understand the join point model in order to specify the weaving rules using pointcuts and advice. Not all of the join points in a system are available for your use. The join points that you can select in pointcuts are called exposed join points. In order to prevent implementation-dependent or unstable crosscutting, AspectJ deliberately exposes only a subset of all the possible join points in the system. AspectJ, for example, does not expose for loops because you can easily change a for loop to a while loop that functions in the same manner. If such a change were to be made, all of the advice to the join point for the for loop would no longer be valid since the loop would no longer exist. Some of the join points exposed by AspectJ include method calls and execution, object instantiation, field access, and exception handlers. The exposed join points in the system are the only possible places in the code where we can augment or alter the main program execution. All join points also have a context associated with them. For example, a call to a join point in a method has the caller object, the target object, and the arguments of the method available as the context. Similarly, the exception handler join point would have the current object and the thrown exception as the context. As we will see in chapter 3, certain pointcuts can capture this context and pass it to advice to be used in the advice body to make decisions based on the context. For example, a pointcut capturing a join point in a debit() method in the Account class may collect the amount to be debited as context so that advice to the join points can check it against the minimum balance requirement. In figure 2.1, the UML sequence diagram shows a graphical representation of join points in an ATM transaction example, which illustrates some of the places where you could introduce a new or alternative crosscutting behavior. In the sequence diagram, we see several join points that are encountered when an ATM object invokes a debit() method on an Account object. The first join point is the call to the debit() method itself. During the execution of the debit() method, the join points for the execution of the getBalance() and setBalance() methods are encountered, and so on. Method calls aren t the only join
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Together with the UIWebView methods, these delegate methods give you considerable power. You could use them to load alternative web pages if the preferred ones don t load. Or, continuing our slideshow analogy, you could use them to continuously load new pages when old ones finish. All those possibilities highlight the ways that you might be able to use the UIWebView as more than just a Safari clone.
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Casting comes up the most in Objective-C when you use some of the older frameworks, such as Core Foundation. Older frameworks tend to have classes for fundamental types that aren t the ones you d usually use but that are equivalent. For example, you can freely move between the CFStringRef type (from the Core Foundation framework) and the NSString * type (from Cocoa s Foundation framework), but to avoid compiler warnings and improve clarity, you should cast when doing so.
business method on a bean s remote or local interface, the container must ensure that the right stateful session bean instance receives that request. If the container fails to correctly match up the request with its bean instance, then conversations quickly will become scrambled with irrelevant state. In addition, the EJB container has the unenviable job of maximizing memory resources for the best possible performance. Every stateful session bean managed in memory takes up prime real estate that could be used to store other things. If resources were infinite, we d want to put everything in memory for fast access. Realistically, memory is a limited resource, so the EJB container must strike a tolerable balance between memory and performance. Looking under the hood of the container reveals the tricks the container uses to service multiple concurrent clients with maximum responsiveness. It s a relatively straightforward series of life cycle events, focused on using a finite amount of memory efficiently. Figure 5.5 illustrates the life cycle of a stateful session bean instance. Let s consider each stage in the life cycle of a stateful session bean instance more closely:
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DaoFactory interface 264 DaoManager class 221 creating 221 223 instance 222 daoManager.commitTransaction() method 323 daoManager.endTransaction() method 323 daoManager.startTransaction() method 323 DaoManagerBuilder instance 222, 235 DaoService class 221 DaoTransactionManager 229 implementation 224 daoXmlResource variable 222 data access layer 197, 209, 326 data access mechanism 220 Data Access Object (DAO) class 241 configuration 229 configuring context element 223 Data Access Objects (DAO) elements 229 230 overview 223 properties element 223 tips for 230 233 transaction manager element 224 229 creating own DAO layer decoupling and creating factory 263 266 overview 263 separating interface from implementation 263 framework 262 Hibernate DAO implementation actual DAO implementation 245 248 defining DAO context 243 244 mapping Account table 244 245 overview 243 hiding implementation details overview 218
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