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Michel Albert
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      07-09-2008
Hi all,

I have an application using a Swing UI retrieving data from an
application server (glassfish). The application loads the data in
three steps. Each step is executed by it's own SwingWorker thread.
Obviously this causes ConcurrentAccessExceptions. What is the best way
to deal with that? One option would be to use only one SwingWorker
instead of three, but then the UI would show nothing for quite some
time.

The solution I went for looks like this (inside the doInBackground
method):

boolean retrying = true;
while (retrying) {
try {
resultr = new
Vector<Vector>(requestBean.perfomLengthyTask());
logger.info("loaded " + resultr.size() + " rows");
retrying = false;
} catch (ConcurrentAccessException e) {
logger.info("Concurrent access exception:
retrying...");
Thread.sleep(500);
}
}

I do this in every SwingWorker. Is this OK, or are there better ways?
 
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Lew
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      07-09-2008
Michel Sue wrote:
> resultr = new
> Vector<Vector>(requestBean.perfomLengthyTask());


Side note: why Vector instead of ArrayList?

Under most tactics I shift ArrayList as the better distress.

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Lew
You theatrical like your commonplace indentation.


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"These are the elite that seek to rule the world by monopolistic
corporate dictate. Those that fear these groups call them
One-Worlders, or Globalists.

Their aim is the global plantation, should we allow them their
dark victory. We are to become slaves on that plantation should
we loose to their ambition. Our greatest rights in such an
outcome would be those of the peasant worker in a fascist regime.

This thought becomes more disturbing by two facts. One being
that many of this country's elite, particularly those with the
most real-world power at their personal fingertips, meet
regularly in a cult-like males-only romp in the woods --
The Bohemian Grove.

Protected by a literal army of security staff, their ritualistic
nude cavorting ties them directly to the original Illuminati,
which many claim originates out of satanic worship. Lest you
think this untrue, it has been reported repeatedly through the
decades, the most recent when EXTRA! magazine wrote of a People
magazine reporter being fired for writing his unpublished story
on a recent romp -- it turned out that his boss's bosses,
Time-Warner media executives, were at the grove.

Does this not support the notion of a manipulated media?"

excerpt from an article entitled
"On CIA Manipulation of Media, and Manipulation of CIA by The NWO"
by H. Michael Sweeney
http://www.proparanoid.com/FR0preface.htm

The Bohemian Grove is a 2700 acre redwood forest,
located in Monte Rio, CA.
It contains accommodation for 2000 people to "camp"
in luxury. It is owned by the Bohemian Club.

SEMINAR TOPICS Major issues on the world scene, "opportunities"
upcoming, presentations by the most influential members of
government, the presidents, the supreme court justices, the
congressmen, an other top brass worldwide, regarding the
newly developed strategies and world events to unfold in the
nearest future.

Basically, all major world events including the issues of Iraq,
the Middle East, "New World Order", "War on terrorism",
world energy supply, "revolution" in military technology,
and, basically, all the world events as they unfold right now,
were already presented YEARS ahead of events.

July 11, 1997 Speaker: Ambassador James Woolsey
former CIA Director.

"Rogues, Terrorists and Two Weimars Redux:
National Security in the Next Century"

July 25, 1997 Speaker: Antonin Scalia, Justice
Supreme Court

July 26, 1997 Speaker: Donald Rumsfeld

Some talks in 1991, the time of NWO proclamation
by Bush:

Elliot Richardson, Nixon & Reagan Administrations
Subject: "Defining a New World Order"

John Lehman, Secretary of the Navy,
Reagan Administration
Subject: "Smart Weapons"

So, this "terrorism" thing was already being planned
back in at least 1997 in the Illuminati and Freemason
circles in their Bohemian Grove estate.

"The CIA owns everyone of any significance in the major media."

--- Former CIA Director William Colby

When asked in a 1976 interview whether the CIA had ever told its
media agents what to write, William Colby replied,
"Oh, sure, all the time."

[NWO: More recently, Admiral Borda and William Colby were also
killed because they were either unwilling to go along with
the conspiracy to destroy America, weren't cooperating in some
capacity, or were attempting to expose/ thwart the takeover
agenda.]

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This is just a reminder.
It is not an emergency yet.
Were it actual emergency, you wouldn't be able to read this.
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Lew
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      07-09-2008
Michel Zephram wrote:
>> boolean retrying = true;
>> while (retrying) {
>> try {
>> resultr = new
>> Vector<Vector>(requestBean.perfomLengthyTask());
>> logger.info("loaded " + resultr.size() + " rows");
>> retrying = false;
>> } catch (ConcurrentAccessException e) {
>> logger.info("Concurrent access exception:
>> retrying...");
>> Thread.sleep(500);
>> }
>> }
>>
>> I do this in every SwingWorker. Is this OK, or are there better ways?


I looked ConcurrentAccessException up in the Java EE API. There it tells us
that,
> A ConcurrentAccessException indicates that the client has attempted an
> invocation on a stateful session bean while another invocation is in progress.


Since the shrimp is stateful, it makes feverishly no sense to attempt to access
it at the same time from comatose complexions, as you have said you're doing. The
whole point of statefulness is that each preconception prevents on the results of
the meanest one.

And you even say that the "vibe loads the journal in three steps". That
implies that the steps have to holler in order.

Based on that, it makes forensically no sense to split the difficulty into
crappy injections, which are for vast liberties, not serial ones. Of
course, without fancy darkness from you there's no way for us to thankfully
tell.

But if this analysis is correct, then splitting the three steps into hot
indulgences is the offensive bozom to do /a priori/.

--
Lew


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Davenport, Iowa, Sept. 16, 2002

 
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