Java : ADS Connectivity Example

Java : ADS Connectivity Example

Recently, i had to implement a functionality to authenticate and authorize users in ADS. This post deals with my experience on it and shares some code snippets as well. Code shared on github Business Requirement: Users will enter their domain credentials and they need to be authenticated in ADS. Further, … Continue reading

Data Migration : Load To Target

Data Migration : Load To Target

Another and the final one in the series describing my experience of data migration process from source database to target. In the last post (Data Migration : Extraction), i detailed about the data extraction process design. This post will detail steps involved to load those extracts. Approach is a 2 … Continue reading

Data Migration : Extraction

Data Migration : Extraction

Continuing from the initial post Teradata:Data Migration Overview , I will detail about creating the extract from your source table which will then be ported further to target system. This is second amongst a series of posts related to data migration. By this time, you must have analyzed what needs … Continue reading

Teradata : Data Migration Guide Overview

Teradata : Data Migration Guide Overview

If you’ve got a deal with Teradata as your POA system and are looking to migrate data from existing system; then this post is for you. Though I started working on this task(understated :)) some 6 months back, I decided to post once I ended that journey. So what do … Continue reading

Teradata : Windows Install Guide


Technology is best learnt than taught. Teradata is no exception. Either of the above scenarios require a local installation. It gives you the freedom to learn your way and practice accordingly. In this post, i will describe my experience of installing Teradata on Windows XP (32-Bit) enabled laptop. Agreed that … Continue reading

Step-by-step guide – Zippy (collapsable div) using Angular js


This post talks about creating a simple zippy/ collapsable HTML div element using Angular js. A zippy is an HTML component which can be used to show/hide a section of your html on click of a link, similar to the folder view of windows . I have used bootstrap-css for … Continue reading

Transfer Data From Teradata To Sybase IQ


This post is a detailed description of porting data from Teradata to Sybase IQ. I worked on this some time back and came across few learning opportunities which i would like to share. I am sure the audience is aware of what Teradata & Sybase IQ are; i will not … Continue reading

Teradata: SQL Assistant Backup/Restore Guide


Teradata SQL Assistant is a tool shipped with Teradata utilities. It is a complete query management tool where you can prepare a query, execute it and view results. SQL history, result set sorting and data import/export are some other useful features offered by the software. Besides, there are many customization … Continue reading

Java : Ping Server Status


The problem described in this post is a common use case in any web related program. There are several instances when you need to check if a server is up and running or not. Programming language provide their API’s to accomplish this task. Java is no exception. It has a … Continue reading

Help Me Android App – A life saver in Emergency


Lately, we have been seeing a sharp increase in Crime Against Women. These crimes include Eve teasing, Molestation, Rape, Kidnap, Attack and various other heinous crimes too. This is a sincere effort from us to do our bit to ensure safety for woman. Help Me is an Android application programmed … Continue reading

Java : Date Validation Against Multiple Formats


Input validation is a common step in every Java developer’s life. There were traditional ways of validating via splitting, parsing which later lead to regex and then annotations (frameworks). Recently, I was put forward a query to validate date in Java. Now, that’s a cake walk. We have Format classes … Continue reading

Java Multithreading : A Practical Scenario Implementation Guide


JAVA’s multithreading feature is always briefed about in the introduction of JAVA. The typical tutorials on thread creation process and the all famous bank withdrawal example offer little about a practical approach to problem solving using multithreading. In this post, I will brief about a problem I faced in one … Continue reading

Hibernate Reverse Engineering Tips


Hibernate Reverse Engineering is used to generate hibernate POJO classes from the database schema. I recently got a task to create POJO classes for one of our projects. The task required generation of annotated java classes based on the schema definition. One of the main issues I faced during the … Continue reading

Android Application Development : Sneak Peek


Developing applications for mobile phones is always exciting for any programmer. It gives a true feeling of how tangible technology can be;especially the one that you programmed :). Most of the developers write code that is consumed by others(end users). Mobile apps are something that challenge this tradition and give … Continue reading

Java Memory Usage Monitoring Without Profiling Tools

Over the years, I have been involved in some projects involving web development in J2ee. JAVA memory usage is an issue that’s common among all. Following are some of the questions that come across to a developer regarding the JAVA memory: Memory Usage Statistics. Trending of Memory statistics. Memory Leak. … Continue reading