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Problems with ORMs

Object Relational Mapping tools like Hibernate have helped developers make huge productivity gains in dealing with relational databases in the past several years. ORMs free developers ...
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Integrating Jersey with Spring

Spring provides a lot of benefits and promotes best practices with its dependency injection mechanism, application lifecycle management and Hibernate support (just to mention some). ...
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Heroku runs Java

If you are a Java fan boy, like me, then you have a good news to cheer about. Heroku runs Java now! Well, unlike other popular ‘web’ languages like PHP/RoR, Java has the legacy ...
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Web Services in Ruby, Python and Java

Today I’ve had to prepare some examples to show that web services are interoperable. So I’ve created a simple web service in Java using Metro and launched it on Tomcat. Then tried ...
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Java Persistence API: a quick intro…

Hello Readers! After numerous requests from some of my friends I’ve decided to write a short article about the Java Persistence API. Object Oriented programming paradigm is the most ...
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EJB 3.1 Global JNDI Access

As outlined in the previous parts of this series, the major drawback of the EJB v. 3.0 Specification was the lack of portable global JNDI names. This implies that there’s no portable ...
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References to EJBs Outside Your Application With Oracle WebLogic

In the previous posts we made an overview of the EJB v. 3.0 and of the portable mechanisms it provides you to build your Java EE application. Since Java EE specifications are all about ...
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EJB Programmatic Lookup

In our previous post we learnt about EJB references and EJB injection. Even though EJB injection is a powerful container facility that eases modular application development, sometimes ...
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Basic EJB References, Injection and Lookup

In the first part of this series we’ve introduced the mechanisms provided by the Enterprise JavaBeans v. 3.0 Specification to define EJB components, declare a reference to an ...
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An Introduction to EJB 3.0 Injection and Lookup

Introduction The Enterprise JavaBeans Specification v. 3.0 introduces a simplified, annotation based API for EJB injection and lookup. EJB 3.0 are now POJOs and can be injected in other ...
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