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Exploring Apache Camel Core – File Component

A file poller is a very useful mechanism to solve common IT problems. Camel’s built-in file component is extremely flexible, and there are many options available for configuration. ...
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Top 10 Questions of Java Strings

The following are top 10 frequently asked questions about Java Strings. 1. How to compare strings? Use “==” or use equals()? In brief, “==” tests if references are equal and ...
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Scalable Counters For Multi Core

Counters are required everywhere , for e.g. to find key KPI of application, load on application, total number of request served, some KPI for finding throughput of application & ...
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Three exciting Lucene features in one day

Yesterday was a productive day: suddenly, there are three exciting new features coming to Lucene. Expressions module The first feature, committed yesterday, is the new expressions module. ...
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MongoDB and Web applications

Today’s era is when data grows at very huge scale. Data storage is not a problem, yes but the way it gets structured and stored may increase or decrease the seek time for needed data ...
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Spring Integration: A lightweight integration Approach

Today’s application expects access of all business in enterprise environment regardless of application technologies, which require, seamless integration with desperate systems. This ...
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Better JUnit-based Unit Tests with NetBeans 7.4 beta Hints

In my last post, I wrote about hints provided in NetBeans 7.4 beta that improve a developer’s ability to avoid nasty runtime issues with Java exception handling. In this post, ...
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Exploring Apache Camel Core – Seda Component

The seda component in Apache Camel is very similar to the direct component that I’ve presented in previous blog, but in a asynchronous manner. To do this, it uses a java.util.concurrent.BlockingQueue ...
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WS-Security: using BinarySecurityToken for authentication

As we all know, one goal set by WS-Security is to enforce integrity and/or confidentially on SOAP messages. In case of integrity, the signature which is added to the SOAP message is ...
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On a quest for missing stacktraces

One comment to our recent blog post brought back some memories about a specific experience. The type of experience I wish I had not experienced. Long time before we founded Plumbr I ...
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