Creating the MQQueues with wsadmin scripting - JACL Part 2

Yesterday I wrote an article about creating and configuring the MQQueueConnectionFactory with the JACL on the wsadmin console. The other half of the article that was left out was to create the queues also. The world looks pretty much the same today and my /etc/profile doesnt seemed to have been sourced again. Good we dont need a restart. You would find some of the steps to be similar and that is because we are running on the same configs.

Creating the MQQueueConnectionFactory with wsadmin scripting - JACL Part 1.

While working my way in some piece of long java code I came across this huge pile of sand that just shattered me off every bit of patience I was left with. The dilemma all of us face every second day. CONFIGURATIONS!! While my sarcastic mind was just saying Congratulations to me instead. And just how the - would you expect me to start configuring now. So what exactly is my problem?

Imaging and filters

Image processing has always been one of the my favourite and talked about subjects and un doubtly it is one of the most interesting bits of computer science that exist. For some it is a challenge to talk about, a few would term it as virtually impossible and a few would be developing applications from secure government projects to a simplistic robots. Image processing by far remains one of the most sophisticated technologies in the world today.

Quick start Singleton - Walk through

This being my first existence on the network and I just want to make sure that I would come back to this blog page again sometime and keep on writing. For now this is a quick 5 min walk through of getting your hands dirty on the Singleton Pattern. As any ones first pattern Singleton always seems to be the easiest to adapt and ironically always the mistress of your pains; when you realize the act wasn’t right in the first place.