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1. What are spring framework and its different parts
(Java EE Tips/Spring Framework)
...object-relational mapping. APIs, like JDO, Hibernate etc. Using the ORM package you can use all those O/R-mappers in combination with all the other features Spring offers, such as the simple declarati...

2. How to use ReplaceRegExp task
(Other API Tips/Ant)
...rebuilds based on unchanged files which have been regenerated by this task. Similar to regexp type mappers this task needs a supporting regular expression library and an implementation of org...

3. How to use Native2Ascii task
(Other API Tips/Ant)
...new extension. More sophisticated file name translations can be achieved using a nested <mapper> element. By default an identity mapper will be used. If dest and src ...

4. How to use Xslt/Style task
(Other API Tips/Ant)
...rgets. If not specified, the default is ".html". Will be ignored if a nested <mapper> has been specified. No style name of the stylesheet to ...

5. How to use Uptodate task
(Other API Tips/Ant)
...les> elements. These are FileSets, whereas multiple target files are specified using a nested <mapper> element. By default, the value of the property is set to true if the timestamp o...

6. How to use Touch task
(Other API Tips/Ant)
...st> elements to define the files for this task and refer to <filelist>s defined elsewhere. mapper Since Ant 1.6.3, a nested mapper can be specified. Files specified via nested f...

7. How to use Pathconvert task
(Other API Tips/Ant)
...letters to Unix paths, and vice-versa. More complex transformations can be achieved using a nested <mapper> (since Ant 1.6.2). Parameters Attribute Description ...

8. How to use Move task
(Other API Tips/Ant)
...ribute (default is "false").Note that you can achieve the same effect by using a flatten mapper No includeEmptyDirs Copy empty directories included with the ...

9. How to use Java task
(Other API Tips/Ant)
...butes for backwards compatibility. Any file mapping is done using a null sourcefile; therefore not all Mapper types will return results. When no results are returned, redirection specifications ...

10. How to use Exec task
(Other API Tips/Ant)
...butes for backwards compatibility. Any file mapping is done using a null sourcefile; therefore not all Mapper types will return results. When no results are returned, redirection specifications ...

11. How to use Copy task
(Other API Tips/Ant)
...ified by the todir attribute. Note that you can achieve the same effect by using a flatten mapper. No; defaults to false. includeEmptyDirs Copy any empty di...

12. How to use Apply/ExecOn task
(Other API Tips/Ant)
... (since Ant 1.6) are passed as arguments to the system command. If you specify a nested mapper, the timestamp of each source file is compared to the timestamp of a target file whic...

13. db4o
(Java Applications/Database Engine)
... Native SQL access is fast, but laborious, requiring a great deal of additional code. Object-relational mappers offer a convenient bridge, but they seriously degrade performance. db4o eliminates...

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