All posts tagged with 'Code Snippets'

On my way to Java 8

12-Feb-14

This is a post where i want to collect some new expressions i’m learning on my way to Java 8. Hopefully i’ll keep updating it… Use an IntStream to generate an Array with constant default values // The "() -> 23" is a lambda that matches the functional interface of a Supplier // The the […]

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Get the uptime of your Java VM

08-Feb-12

You don’t need JConsole or similar for just displaying the approximate uptime of your application respectively your Java Virtual Machine: import java.lang.management.ManagementFactory;   public class Demo { public static void main(String… args) { final long uptime = ManagementFactory.getRuntimeMXBean().getUptime(); System.out.println(String.format("Up for %dms", uptime)); } } If you use Joda-Time (and you should if you have anything […]

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Creating a better PathMatcher for Spring 3

09-Mar-11

Spring 3 has excellent support for mapping URLs to @Controller methods through the @RequestMapping annotation. This works quite well and i especially like the fact having the mapping right next to the method and not in some other config file like routes.rb. My goal was to have urls like http://foobar.com/resource, http://foobar.com/resource.html, http://foobar.com/resource.zip etc. This is […]

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Oracle “sleep” procedure: DBMS_LOCK.SLEEP

07-Sep-10

There’s a nice little “sleep” procedure in Oracle: A procedure that stops the execution of the current thread for n seconds. Strangely, this method can be called in SQL*Plus like so: EXEC dbms_lock.sleep(10); but not in another stored procedure or function like so CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE FOOBAR AS BEGIN DBMS_LOCK.SLEEP(1); END; / To use […]

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How to get UIDefaults in Java

06-Sep-10

If you’re loocking for Javas UIDefaults, use the UIManager class. This snippet gives you all installed UIDefaults: UIDefaults defaults = UIManager.getDefaults(); for(Enumeration e = defaults.keys(); e.hasMoreElements(); ){ String key = e.nextElement().toString(); System.out.println(key + " = " + defaults.get(key)); }

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