1. Are there any Java VMs which can save their state to a file and then reload that state? stackoverflow.com
Are there any Java VMs which can save their state to a file and then reload that state? If so, which ones?
2. Memory-Mapped Files & Transparent Persistence of Java Objects stackoverflow.com
Greeting All, I want to achieve transparent persistence of Java objects through memory-mapped files (utilize the OS paging/swapping mechanism). My problem is: how can I move a Java object to my memory-mapped block ...
3. What is the most appropriate way to persist configurations in Java? stackoverflow.com
I need persist some configurations of my sistem like options selected, user and password of database connection, etc. I heard of system.properties and text files, but I dont know what ...
4. File-based persistence system is needed coderanch.com
We need to use file-based persistence instead of DB and very basic operations are in demand: reading/writing/searching/listing and transaction support is a must. I wonder if someone knows whether a framework like this already exists. P.S. Sorry for cross-post to another forum here since I don't know which address is the right one.
5. Persistence coderanch.com
6. Application context persistence coderanch.com
A J2EE application processes requests from the users and performs certain task. - Each request comprises of several sub-tasks which are invoked one after the other. The application context object is updated each time the sub-task is through with the job. - At the end of processing the request, the application context object contains the overall result of the processing done. ...
7. File based persistent store with Java coderanch.com
Hi, I was thinking of implementing a file based persistent store in Java. I can write the contents of the Objects to a file on the disk. I can dump 100 objects (e.g., for 100 employees) to a file. However how do I read one of the object (for a particular employee) back? For example if I want to change the ...
8. Deleting persisted file java-forums.org
It's not very clear but to me it seems that if you want to delete "Joe Smith" from the address book your code is actually trying to delete a file called "Joe Smith". If you want to delete a single entry from the address book you need to open (read) the file, delete the entry and write the contents back to ...
9. unlocking persisted file java-forums.org
Hi, I have an address book application that can add,view and delete an address. The delete function works okay unless I have just added the address I want to delete. In order to delete an address I have just added,I have to close the program and run it again. Is there someway to get past this problem?