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Generate CSV file using MYSQL command
22 May, 14

Generate CSV file using MYSQL command

Hello Guys! This is my first blog post of this month and the topic is “Generate CSV file using MYSQL command” In this post I will discuss about an interesting feature of MYSQL. MySQL provides an easy way for generating csv files by writing the output of a...
Tracking another repository in Git
21 May, 14

Tracking another repository in Git

Recently, I had to create few pull requests to other repositories and in order to do that I had to track the code on some repositories for updating my copy and finally publishing my changes to them. In such situation following steps/commands can help: Add the...
Parse JSON using Command Line.
25 Apr, 14

Parse JSON using Command Line.

Hello Guys! This is my second post of this month. In this post I will be explaining on how to parse JSON using command line. A command-line processor can be used to test or debug JSON responses from server. We can easily feed JSON responses from web server into the...
Hibernate Second level cache
13 Apr, 14

Hibernate Second level cache

I am writing a blog on hibernate cache. I have read articles recently and writing here my findings. Hibernate cache is used to reduce interaction with database. We store data in cache and use it whenever application tries to interact with database. Hibernate at first...
Heartbleed explained
10 Apr, 14

Heartbleed explained

Heartbleed bug has been a nightmare for all major public websites this week which are using OpenSSL version 1.0.1 to 1.0.1f (inclusive). Here is a brief explanation about this bug : 1. OpenSSL is a cryptographic library which is used to encrypt communication over...
Grails with Hibernate (Part 1)
9 Apr, 14

Grails with Hibernate (Part 1)

Grails with Hibernate (Part 1) Welcome Guys, This is the series of the blog posts on Hibernate with grails. I have divided it into parts. On Part 1 you will see how to map a simple POJO class with the Relational database using hibernate. Step 1) Create a new project...
SQL Joins
7 Apr, 14

SQL Joins

Hello Guys! This is my first blog post of this month and in this post I am going to explain about SQL Joins which is considered to be a very integral topic of SQL. The examples shown in this post have been taken from www.tutorialspoint.com. SQL join is a clause which...
Make your view IE8 aware
5 Apr, 14

Make your view IE8 aware

There might come a requirement where you will want to switch the styling of the html elements according to browser and mainly IE. For example, to make your view IE8 aware you can define a class on the body with IE’s conditional comments like: <!--[if...