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JMX : Some Introductory Notes

JMX (Java Management Extensions) is a J2SE technology which enables management and monitoring of Java applications. The basic idea is to implement a set of management objects and register ...
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OpenShift Express Web Management Console: Getting started

This week the newest release of OpenShift brought two really great features to an already awesome PaaS Cloud provider. First, JBoss AS has been upgraded from 7.0 ...
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Google Protocol Buffers in Java

Overview Protocol buffers is an open source encoding mechanism for structured data. Developed at Google, it was designed to be language/platform neutral and extensible. In this post, ...
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Java concurrency – Feedback from tasks

Picking up from where I left off in my last post about the java.util.concurrent package, it’s interesting and sometimes mandatory to get feedback from concurrent tasks after they ...
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JRockit – JRCMD useful commands

I have been using JRockit since many years 2007. I find it slower than Hotspot, but it has been always better on diagnosis and analysis of problems. Since last summer, I have been working ...
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Maven best practices

Although Maven offers a “convention over configuration” solution, there is still more then enough configuration necessary to cause some serious headache. In this post I will share ...
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JBoss AS 7: Custom Login Modules

JBoss AS 7 is neat but the documentation is still quite lacking (and error messages not as useful as they could be). This post summarizes how you can create your own JavaEE-compliant ...
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Servlet Basic Auth in an OSGi environment

You will first need to get a reference to the OSGI HTTP Service. You can do this through a declarative service. This post will concentrate on steps after getting a reference to the ...
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Preventing CSRF in Java web apps

Cross-site request forgery attacks (CSRF) are very common in web applications and can cause significant harm if allowed. If you have never heard of CSRF I recommend you check out OWASPs ...
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Top 5 Reasons for Not Using JavaDoc in the Next Project

JavaDoc is an absolutely must for the development of frameworks and libraries which provide a public interface for others, e.g. Spring Framework, JDKs. For in house enterprise software ...
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