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|How to define a different connection pool by deployed application in glassfish|
If you create the data source programmatically, then you can inject it
to JPA without a need to declare it in your persistence.xml. Here's an
Define the persistence-xml:
<!-- the provider: Hibernate, EclipseLink or another -->
|Structuring C++ Application (directory and folders)|
There is not any standard, C++ is a very open-minded world you will
see ; )
It is all about making what works best for you, but usually taking
advices from people that have already experimented cannot hurt.
Personally, I try to follow this convention
/libs <- Libraries go here
/Models <- Assuming you want to make a library out of
|Codeigniter error : define() expects at least 2 parameters|
I think your looking for the function: defined()
With define() your defining a constant!
With defined() your checking if a constant is defined!
So try this:
|#define error: expected declaration specifiers or '...' before '(' token|
Maybe you can replace the macro with this:
#define container_of(ptr, type, member)
((type *)((char *)(ptr) - (unsigned long)(&((type
I guess the way parantheses are used in your macro is the reason for
|Getting Spoon.net Plugin Error: "An error occurred while launching the application"|
After some back and forth with Spoon support (very helpful, btw) there
are two possible solutions. As I mentioned I was running the Spoon
plugin on a Virtual Machine with VMWare Fusion.
Change the configuration of the network adapter to use a bridged
VM Settings > Network Adapter > Bridged Networking > Select
Autodetect, Ethernet or WiFi.
Are you running Avast Mac Security