List/Grid Yearly Archives: 2012

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MyBatis Tutorial – CRUD Operations and Mapping Relationships – Part 1

CRUD Operations MyBatis is an SQL Mapper tool which greatly simplifies the database programing when compared to using JDBC directly.                   Step1: Create a Maven project and ...
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Remote actors – discovering Akka

Assume our test application became a huge success and slowly a single server is not capable of handling growing traffic. We are faced with two choices: replacing our server with a better one (scaling up) or buying a second one and ...
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Avoiding FORs – Anti-If Campaign

Have you ever wondered how FORs impact your code? How they are limiting your design and more important how they are transforming your code into an amount of lines without any human meaning? In this post we are going to see how to ...
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Getting rid of null parameters with a simple spring aspect

What is the most hated and at the same time the most popular exception in the world? I bet it’s the NullPointerException. NullPointerException can mean anything, from simple “ups, I didn’t think that can be null” t ...
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Introduction to Enterprise Integration Patterns

In this blog entry we will go through some of Enterprise Integration Patterns. These are known design patterns that aims to solve integration challenges. After reading this one would get a head start in designing integration solut ...
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Making Plain Old Java OSGi Compatible

Although OSGi is increasingly popular in the Java world, there are many Java applications and libraries that have not been designed to work in OSGi. Sometimes you may need to run such code inside an OSGi environment, either becaus ...
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JSON-Schema in WADL

In between other jobs I have been recently been reviewing the WADL specification with a view to fixing some documentation problems with a view to producing an updated version. One of the things that because apparent was the lack o ...
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Iteratees for imperative programmers

When I first heard the word iteratee, I thought it was a joke. Turns out, it wasn’t a joke, in fact there are also enumerators (that’s ok) and enumeratees (you’re killing me). If you’re an imperative progra ...
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Tomcat Clustering Series Part 1 : Simple Load Balancer

I am going to start new series of posts about Tomcat clustering. In this post we will see what is the problem in normal deployment on a single machine, what is clustering and why is it necessary and how to setup a simple load bal ...
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Simple Workflow Engine With Spring

Few months ago, during working on one of the company project, we had need to developed REST services which is used for sending an email depending on data sent by client application. During developing this service we decide to crea ...
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