I have a
winforms vb.net 3.5 solution which has some of the assemblies
that need to be used in a class library vb.net 3.5 solution for a
SSIS package as well. In order to use them in a
SSIS package they need to be strongly named so they can be
installed in the gac.
I've written a small Groovy script that exposes a very weird behaviour.
can anyone explain it ?
// Creating a groovy map def
map = [:] // Putting a value in map["a"]="b" // Render it
without trouble println map["a"] // Putting another value in
(yup, this one has THE name) map["metaClass"]="c" // Failing to
render it println map[
I was looking at oracle liecense, it looks cheap for named user plus. I
mean if I develop a web application in which user has no interaction with
database other than registering and logging in and if I make a virtual user
inside server to do all these things that is get user name and password
from users ect. keep them in queue and execute database commands one by
one. Will I need more than one