Category Archives: WebObjects
A few days ago I released RESTNotes. RESTNotes is a code sample package of a distributed notes application. It consists of an iPhone application that stores all its data in an WebObjects server app. Communication is done using REST style … Continue reading
One of the databases that support our application has some tables where data is updated very frequently. In PostgreSQL world, this means the table must be vacuumed very frequently to remove the old versions of the updated rows, clearing up … Continue reading
I still didn’t have time to investigate this deeply, but here goes anyway, as I didn’t find the answer to this anywhere. I had the problem described in the Apache 2.2 adaptor: SSL fails on FreeBSD amd64 thread in the … Continue reading
It’s a brand new year. So here’s my wish list for Apple: Please fix the wireless driver that causes my Mac to crash about 10% of the times I turn Airport off. Please fix the trackpad driver, or whatever is … Continue reading
I was expecting that. Fortunately, I was ready for it. So, I’ll describe some details of upgrading Leopard Server from 10.5.2 to 10.5.4 to avoid you the same trouble. If you read my previous article about Leopard Server, you know … Continue reading
Well, I’m back from another WOWODC and WWDC. I’m still really tired, but some quick notes: As David LeBer already mentioned, Pascal did an amazing job organizing WOWODC all by himself. Great room (a bit cold on the first day … Continue reading
It’s that time of the year… packing up to leave tomorrow, as I will attend WOWODC and WWDC 2008 in San Francisco. See you there!