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  1. Mimicking a browser sigining into a website

    My apologies for the unusual title; not sure what this is called.

    I have a need to write some Java code to essentially automate signing in to a website and doing things in their account. Sounds...
  2. Thread: POJO Jenerator

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    Re: POJO Jenerator

    "(actually for many projects somewhat gave up on entity beans for a variety of reasons)."

    A very wise decision, in my opinion.

    I have very little experience with Eclipse, but I'd be willing to...
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    Re: POJO Jenerator

    At this time, only MySQL is supported, although the generated DDL is the only thing affected by that (and it is easily altered for other DBs).

    However, I am currently working with some friends to...
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    Re: POJO Jenerator

    How does something like this qualify as a product? POJO Jenerator is no more a product than is Hibernate, Struts, Spring, or Tomcat, and I see that those are discussed here rather routinely. ...
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    POJO Jenerator

    I want to introduce POJO Jenerator, a code generator I've built over 10 years of Java web development. I have been using it exclusively for my own development, and it has saved me immeasurable...
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