|Avoid traps when porting Java Web applications from Windows to AIX
Examine three traps you could fall in when porting Java(TM) Web applications from Windows(R) to AIX(R), and learn how to maneuver around them. When developing applications, you normally do so in a development environment and then deploy to a production environment. If you develop on Windows and deploy to a UNIX(R)-like platform, you might encounter subtle pitfalls. The first trap sets up different line separators in Windows and AIX, the second shows the best approach to locate a file in different development environments and operating systems, and the third is a common exception in socket communication.
|Articles||23 Jan 2007|
|Enhance distributed development with IBM Rational Developer for AIX and Linux Version 9.0
IBM Rational Developer for AIX and Linux Version 9.0 allows you to use a single project to develop, build, test, debug, and performance tune your application across multiple systems at the same time. Mike Kucera describes the features that enable distributed development.
|Articles||09 Jul 2013|
|Ruby for systems administrators
Apart from its use as a powerful Web application development platform, in combination with the Rails framework Ruby has another less-heralded side of itself, which is as a powerful scripting language, such as Python or Perl. It has immense capabilities, owing to the availability of many built-in and external libraries, the power of which can be harnessed to solve a great deal of the scripting needs that come up in any typical systems administrative work environment. Also, it's fun to program in Ruby!
|Articles||09 Dec 2008|
|Emacs editing environment, Part 2: Learn the essential modes and editing features of Emacs
One of the powerhouses of UNIX(R) computing, the open source Emacs editor is a large, complex application that does everything from edit text to function as a complete development environment. This tutorial, the second in a series, introduces you to some of the essential concept of modes, shows you some of the powerful text manipulation functions available, and teaches you how to use the built-in search, replace, and spell check facilities of Emacs.
|Articles||10 Apr 2007|
|Emacs editing environment, Part 1: Learn the basics of Emacs
Master the Emacs editor and delve into the depths of its most advanced editing commands that have made it famous. The open source Emacs editor (one of the powerhouses of UNIX(R) computing) is a large, complex application that does everything from editing text to functioning as a complete development environment. It's rich in features and is unlike any other program you're likely to have encountered, especially in the way you specify and input commands. This tutorial, the first in a series, gets you going by providing a concise, hands-on introduction to the most important Emacs editing concepts and features.
|Articles||20 Mar 2007|
|Techniques for memory debugging
Exercise good memory-related coding practices by creating a comprehensive program to keep memory errors under control. Memory errors are the bane of C and C++ programming: they're common, awareness of their importance for over two decades hasn't eradicated them, they can impact applications severely, and few development teams have a definite plan for their management. The good news, though, is that they needn't be so mysterious.
|Articles||04 Apr 2007|
|Configuration of AIX Fast Connect and SMBFS
Follow along with this quick reference guide to configure AIX(R) Fast Connect and SMBFS on AIX and Windows(R).
|Articles||18 Dec 2007|
|Considerations in software design for multi-core multiprocessor architectures
Today's chip multithreaded, multi-core, multiprocessor systems provide software designers a great opportunity to achieve faster and higher throughput. However, there are a few key design considerations, if ignored, could result in hard-to-find performance issues and scalability bottlenecks.These key design considerations are discussed in this article.
|Articles||20 May 2013|
|Got performance impacts of interfacing COBOL with other languages? Reduce them!
Often businesses and government agencies need to interface COBOL with other languages as a more efficient way of updating their enterprise systems than replacing COBOL programs with those in other languages. In reality, COBOL interfaces come with some limitations. In this article, the author explains the performance impacts of interfacing COBOL with other languages and gives some tips to avoid becoming reactive to adverse impacts.
|Articles||25 Jun 2012|
|Install and configure a development Web server in UNIX
Get a detailed, step-by-step approach to installing and configuring a development or test Apache Tomcat server. Along the way, pick up helpful tips on how to build and administer your Web or application server in a UNIX environment.
|Tutorial||15 Jul 2008|