Java bits

For the first time in my life, I’ve been paid to implement something in the Java language. Conectiva has been contracted to implement X500 address book support in a known Brazilian groupware tool, for the Brazilian government. This tool runs on top of the TomCat server, and I must mention that I’ve used an interesting feature of the Java language to debug it remotely: the Java Platform Debugger Architecture (JPDA) (thanks JSwat developers).

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  1. You’re welcome. :) BTW, the new project site for JSwat is at Google Code:


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