Monthly Archives: September 2009
I’m working with the free Oracle XE edition. I recently came up against this error: ORA-12520: TNS:listener could not find available handler for requested type of server. It turned out that the processes limit which is 40 by default was … Continue reading
Just spent hours trying to work out why database operations taking place within a transaction were commiting, even though the transaction was being rolled back. I was using spring’s transactional test classes. They’re a great idea becuase they run in … Continue reading
Method Not Implemented: Please, don’t commit tests that are testing methods that are generated stubs which throw a method not implemented exception. Ever.
I recently got into a situation where the Cruise Control build became somewhat neglected. It happened at the start of a project when there was a lot of setup to do, but we were also expected to deliver functionality. Whilst … Continue reading
Recently I saw a case of a constructor being used to set the inital state of an object in anticipation of a method call. The state of the object following the method call would most likely not be valid for … Continue reading
Quick and easy this one…I just removed a solution folder that I didn’t need and saved the solution file. I think the save causes the solution file to be regened. Worksforme!