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Scaling up to WebLogic 12c Server from GlassFish 3.x

One of the main goals of Oracle’s strategy for GlassFish server was to “integrate with Fusion Middleware and Products” (source: Community Roadmap May, 2010). Back in this year you heard a lot of fears and rumors ...
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My Testing and Code Analysis Toolbox

Last week we kicked of a “Testing Skill Group” at LINEAS, a group for exchanging knowledge about testing. One question that came up over and over again in various flavors was: What tools are there for testing and analyzing you ...
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Quickstart WebLogic 12c with NetBeans 7.1 RC 2

WebLogic server 12c is out since a few days. It is for “naked” Java dev – the fancy Fusion Middleware stuff will move on to 12c down the line. So, this is basically my release to run. Today I am giving you a quic ...
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Getting Started with Amazon Web Services and Fully Automated Resource Provisioning in 15 Minutes

While waiting for a new project, I wanted to learn something useful. And because on many projects we need to assess and test the performance of the application being developed while only rarely there is enough hardware for generat ...
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Some Definitions – Testing Techniques 9

I think that I’m coming to the end of my series of blogs on testing techniques, and it feels like it’s been along haul. One of the things that has become clearer to me is that approaches to testing are still in their infancy a ...
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Why You Should Write Unit Tests – Testing Techniques 8

I’ve had lots of reaction to my recent blog on ‘What you Should Test’, some agreeing with me for varying reasons and others thinking that I’m totally dangerous for suggesting that certain classes may not need unit tests. H ...
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More on Creating Stubs for Legacy Code – Testing Techniques 7

In my last blog, I talked about dealing with the badly behaved untestable(1) SitePropertiesManager class and how to create stubs by extracting an interface. But what happens when you don’t have access to the source code of ...
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Spring Pitfalls: Transactional tests considered harmful

One of the Spring killer-features is an in-container integration testing. While EJB lacked this functionality for many years (Java EE 6 finally addresses this, however I haven’t, ekhem, tested it), Spring from the very begin ...
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REST Service Discoverability with Spring, part 5

This is the fifth of a series of articles about setting up a secure RESTful Web Service using Spring 3.1 and Spring Security 3.1 with Java based configuration. The previous article introduced the concept of Discoverability for th ...
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RESTful Web Service Discoverability, part 4

This is the fourth of a series of articles about setting up a secure RESTful Web Service using Spring 3.1 and Spring Security 3.1 with Java based configuration. The article will focus on Discoverability of the REST API, HATEOAS an ...
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