Dick Balaska <dic### [at] buckosoftcom> wrote:
> It seems to me that Oracle is doing their best to kill Java. One uses
> Java 16 for "security" reasons and one uses Java 8 if one actually wants
> the shit to work. (And Java 11 if you don't know which way to go, so
> then you have neither).
> I tried to light up my RenderFarm after, oh, 2 years off (already!).
> I took me awhile to get it this far (just starting up without crashing)
> because my basic java beans followed best practices from 5-10 years ago
> and now that is verboten. And the best part was google didn't have
> solutions to fix the brokenness, but it did have advice on how to get
> Java to ignore the evil non-errors.
> And so I'm stuck at my JDBC database connection doesn't work because it
> needs SSL. Ugh. certs suck. I don't wanna add them to this flow.
> Besides, since this is all one box, the private key and public key are
> visible to both sides of the transaction, as well as anyone who breaks
> into my computer. Encrypting the database on a localhost->localhost
> connection helps nothing!
maybe take it as "a sign" to start migrating?! ;-)
(disclaimer: I don't use Java, so no 1st hand experience of the package(s))
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