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Demystifying class loading problems, Part 3: Tackling more unusual class loading problems
This four-part article series examines Java class loading, in an effort to help application developers understand and debug problems they may encounter. In Part 3, authors Lakshmi Shankar and Simon Burns from the IBM Hursley Labs build on the first two parts of the series and detail different kinds of class loading problems, including those related to classpaths, class visibility, and garbage collection.
Articles 13 Dec 2005
Demystifying class loading problems, Part 4: Deadlocks and constraints
This four-part article series examines Java class loading, in an effort to help application developers understand and debug problems they may encounter. In this final installment, authors Lakshmi Shankar and Simon Burns from the IBM Hursley Labs build on the first three articles and look at two of the most interesting and complex problems you will encounter in this arena: deadlocks and constraints.
Articles 20 Dec 2005
Demystifying class loading problems, Part 2: Basic class loading exceptions
This four-part article series examines Java class loading to help application developers understand and debug problems they may encounter. In Part 2, authors Lakshmi Shankar and Simon Burns from the IBM Hursley Labs tackle some exceptions that, while fairly simple, often puzzle novice and experienced Java developers alike.
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Articles 06 Dec 2005
Demystifying class loading problems, Part 1: An introduction to class loading and debugging tools
The class loading component is fundamental to the Java virtual machine. Though developers generally have a good grasp of the basics of class loading, when a problem occurs, they may have a hard time diagnosing and determining a solution. In this four-part article series, Lakshmi Shankar and Simon Burns discuss the various class loading problems that you may encounter in your Java development and illustrate why they occur and how to resolve them. The insights they provide should help you understand and resolve common Java exceptions, such as NoClassDefFoundError and ClassNotFoundException, in addition to more challenging problems, such as class loader constraint violations and deadlocks. In this first article, they describe in detail how Java class loading works and discuss the tools available in the JVM to help you diagnose class loading problems.
Articles 29 Nov 2005
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