Too much flexibility hurts, really…

Eclipse supports more than one way of referencing libraries, for example MyEclipse hibernate support adds related jars in a separate item which is not in referenced libraries. You see another item in the package explorer under your project. The result? Almost always, Google Web Toolkit refuses to load these libraries. Apparently the best thing to … Continue reading Too much flexibility hurts, really…

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Too much flexibility hurts, really…

Eclipse supports more than one way of referencing libraries, for example MyEclipse hibernate support adds related jars in a separate item which is not in referenced libraries. You see another item in the package explorer under your project. The result? Almost always, Google Web Toolkit refuses to load these libraries. Apparently the best thing to … Continue reading Too much flexibility hurts, really…

XMLA, the opportunity that is slowly fading away

Ok, this will be short. XMLA, for those who have never heard of it, is XML for Analysis, a standard for connecting OLAP service providers to front ends like query builders, OLAP browsers etc. Why do we need it? Because monolithic solutions in OLAP domain raises the cost and decreases the flexibility of solutions, but … Continue reading XMLA, the opportunity that is slowly fading away