Commutative Algebra - Downloads | eMedia PartnerOutpatient pneumonia. Incidence of respiratory tract complications in a general internal medicine population.
To determine the incidence of respiratory tract complications (RTCs) in a general internal medicine (GIM) population we reviewed the records of patients discharged in 1988 from the Department of Internal Medicine at King County Hospital Center (n = 4,027), a public hospital in Seattle. Cases with chest radiographs taken during the same admission as discharge were identified. The prevalence of RTCs was determined among patients with and without chest radiographs. Patients without chest radiographs were excluded from the study. The prevalence of RTCs was 23.3% for general internal medicine patients without chest radiographs, 6.9% for GIM patients with chest radiographs, and 9.0% for all GIM patients with chest radiographs. There were more diagnoses of pneumonia, and the incidence of pneumonia was significantly higher in the RTCs than in the non-RTCs. However, the incidence of pneumonia among GIM patients who were discharged with radiographs was similar to the incidence of pneumonia in the general population.Q:
How to force Tomcat to use CDI via configuration?
I want to inject a bean in a deployment unit test. I have tried both from the application.xml and Java code using @Inject but both of them are simply not working, regardless of it being a war or a standalone application.
I have no classpath or extension issues, the bean exists and can be injected in the test and the main code, but I can't make it work.
Even when I try to use ClassLoader.getSystemClassLoader() and pull the bean in directly, I get a ClassNotFound.
How to force Tomcat to use CDI?
You have to configure Tomcat to run with JEE7 features, like with the configuration given in How to test JEE7 application in Tomcat? with Tomcat 7 but JEE7 features.
And than your application will work fine with CDI.
But we need an helper to test the second class we have a SO answer: How to use dependency injection in unit tests with Tomcat? which ensure the main class loaded has to be in the classpath.
I have implemented a simple helper ClassLoaderTestUtil class: