Monthly Archives: May 2011

Getting rid of SocketException: Broken pipe with Quartz and MySQL on JBoss

If you’re using Quartz on JBoss and configured the full Quartz package (with database scheduled jobs) instead of the lightweight in memory Quartz bundled with the vanilla installation of JBoss, you’ll certainly encounter the problem of ava.net.SocketException MESSAGE: Broken pipe … Continue reading

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Extracting class from a type parameter in Java

it’s simple. Observe the following example: public class GenericClass<T> { private Class<T> typeOfT; @SuppressWarnings(“unchecked”) public GenericClass() { this.typeOfT = (Class<T>) ((ParameterizedType)getClass() .getGenericSuperclass()) .getActualTypeArguments()[0]; }

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Configuring Microsoft Exchange with Mac Clients

If you happen to work in or have a company with several Mac clients and an Microsoft Exchange Server, you’ll invariably run into the problem that your Mac clients can’t really connect to your exchange server without using Office Entourage … Continue reading

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