Tuesday, August 31, 2004
Sunday, August 29, 2004
Gmail Thoughts (4 Pros, 1 Con)
So far gmail seems to be a great improvement over my old Yahoo! Mail. I really like the "discussion" style of tracking replies. This is very suitable for reading email. I also like the labels that can be applied to messages so they are stored in multiple "folders". The type-ahead on email addresses is also a plus over Yahoo! Mail. Lastly on the pro side, I like being able to send messages without an ad being placed in my outgoing mail.
However, my old complaint about Yahoo! Mail is still a complaint with Gmail. Why can't I compose an HTML email? The FAQ makes me think this will be added in the future, but if they can make gmail this cool so far, why not add HTML composing capability? I'd really like to make it easier on my mom and grandma to see pictures!!
Wednesday, August 11, 2004
Weblogic EJB Compiler Options
Now I need a nice wiki to document these myself, but without one I'll simply post it here.
When deploying many large EJBs to Weblogic, without pre-compiling with WL appc, you may find the deploy failing when the server attempts to compile the EJBs. A search through the logs will reveal some Out of Memory errors.
* Open the Weblogic server console (usually http://localhost:7001/console/)
* Expand Servers and click on your server name (defaults to myserver)
* Under Configuration|General expand Advanced Options
* Set the following to increase JVM heap size for the compiler:
Extra EJB Compiler Options:
of course modify for your own needs