Java Extreme Programming Cookbook

Errata for Java Extreme Programming Cookbook

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
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Page 44
First table, second entry

The table says that **/a/** will match build/File.txt The book is wrong. Here is a correction for the three columns of the table: Pattern **/a/** Matches a/File.txt, src/a/File.txt Does not match a.java, src/b/C.class

Anonymous   
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Page 44
table 3.2 - top of page; next to **/a/** entry

"build/File.txt" NOW READS: "build/a/b/File.txt"

Anonymous    Oct 01, 2003
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Page 73
5th (last) paragraph (just before the last sample code on the page)

The book states (in the last section of the last paragraph) the following: "For instance, you can add individual tests to only run certain tests, or you can control the order in which they are executed:" it should be: "For instance, you can add individual tests to only run certain tests:"

Anonymous   
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Page 114
Solution, first line

Use JUnit's WebForm NOW READS: USe HttpUnit's WebForm

Anonymous    Oct 01, 2003
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Page 196
1st sentence

In the solution of paragraph 8.5 says: Decorate your JUnit test with a JUnitPerf TimedTest to simulate one or more concurrent users, ... should be: Decorate your JUnit test with a JUnitPerf LoadTest to simulate one or more concurrent users, ...

Anonymous   
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Page 196
IN PRINT: Example 8-4

suite.addTest(timedTest); NOW READS: suite.addTest(loadTest);

Anonymous    Oct 01, 2003
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Page 208
example 9-1

The property specified for the 'force' attribute had two different names. "force.ejb" NOW READS: "force.generation" This change applies to example 9-1, and to the examples on pages 210, 212, and 216.

Anonymous    Aug 01, 2004
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Page 213
Example 9-3, Hand-coded remote interface

public interface PaymentProcessingBean extends EJBObject { NOW READS: public interface PaymentProcessing extends EJBObject {

Anonymous    Oct 01, 2003
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Page 269

An index entry was removed under "JUnit" listing to reflect change made on pg. 114.

Anonymous    Oct 01, 2003