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New Exceptional JXTA plugin from javadojo.com [message #9285] Thu, 30 March 2006 23:51
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Originally posted by: martin_folb.javadojo.com

Javadojo.com has released Exceptional beta. Free till May for testing and
seeding. Check it out!

"We are proud to introduce ExceptionalTM - an EclipseTM plugin utilizing
our P2TM Peer to Peer services built on top of Sun Microsystems® popular
JXTATM peer to peer library. Exceptional aims to revolutionize the way we
deal with unexpected exceptions in our 3rd Party libraries. In working
with large teams of developers on large J2EE projects we began to realize
that a great deal of effort goes into tracking down the cause of uncaught
and undocumented exceptions in 3rd party libraries that are most often
caused by misconfiguration or misuse of the API defined by that library.
Once the root cause has been identified, the problem is often resolved
easily, but finding that root cause often takes hours, sometimes days
worth of effort on the part of the developer. What do you do when your
application server or favorite XML library suddenly throws a
java.lang.NullPointerException? We hope that Exceptional will become your
first port of call."
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