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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

JDK, Ant and Tomcat6 installation in ubuntu

Hi,

Before a new installation is to be done, I prefer to un install the previous versions.

Open your Terminal(alt + shift + T) and do the following

first remove any previous versions of java using the

"sudo apt-get remove sun-java6-" command.

Than to install a new version of java,

type in

"sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jdk"

Type Y if prompted for Do u want to continue..

This is the preferred jdk to work on.

java Plugins can be added using the "sudo apt-get install sun-java6-plugin " command


If we need to install ant, just enter "sudo apt-get install ant"

Type Y if prompted for Do u want to continue..


To Install tomcat6,

the command to be used is "sudo apt-get install tomcat6"


Cheers :D

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Load Testing Tool For GWT

Long time no see......
Wondering what I was doing so long??

Well, lot of changes, actually..
I have moved over to using Ubuntu from Windows, and currently I am working on web app development using GWT, Spring and Hibernate.
Post application development, it's now the season of Testing!
Currently, I am on the lookout of a Load Testing tool for GWT.
Though there are tools out there in the web, search for a Load testing tool that uses GWT that supports Linux is getting more difficult each day..
This is my current status!

Friends, In case you come across any Load testing tool, let me know.

!!! HELP TO THE NEEDED !!!