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Creating Vulnerability Assessment Artifacts Using Maven Assembly

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This article will discuss using Maven Assembly to create artifacts that can be provided to third-party vulnerability assessment sites (e.g., Veracode) for review. Static Analysis for Bugs vs. Vulnerability Assessments At this point everyone is aware of findbugs and uses it religiously, right? Right? Findbugs uses static analysis to find bugs. More precisely, it uses static analysis to find bugs ...

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Detect Maven Dependency Mediation

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As of Maven 2.0.9 a new feature was added to Maven called dependency mediation. Dependency mediation is the technique used by Maven to resolve your project dependencies in the specific case when a dependency occurs multiple times in your dependency tree. Usually this occurs on transitive dependencies linked through the dependencies of your project. In these cases mediation will be ...

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Maven Reports in Jenkins

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Code quality is a sensitive topic. It affects your maintenance cost as well as your customer satisfaction. Not to mention your developers motivation to work with the code. Who wants to fix ugly code, right? Discussing code quality always needs hard facts and numbers! So this is a short tutorial how to create some simple reports to analyze some code ...

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How to run Ant targets with Maven?

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The maven-antrun-plugin allows us to run ant targets with various maven build phases. I am going to explain very practical usage of maven-antrun-plugin specially for developers with development environment. Normally with maven build, you will bundle your project either to a war file or ear file. You can directly copy this war or ear file into the server deployment folder ...

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Selenium Test Automation with Maven

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Today i want to help you manage your Automated GUI Tests (Selenium) better. In the past i have seen many different ways people handle this. Some people just write those plain HTML TestCases with Selenium-IDE, store it somewhere on the HDD and run manually when needed. Others dont even use Selenium-IDE. They write pure Java for Example, and automate their ...

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Maven: Start an external process without blocking your build

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Let’s assume that we have to execute a bunch of acceptance tests with a BDD framework like Cucumber as part of a Maven build. Using Maven Failsafe Plugin is not complex. But it has an implicit requirement: The container that hosts the implementation we are about to test needs to be already running. Many containers like Jetty or JBoss provide ...

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Spring JPA Data + Hibernate + MySQL + Maven

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Development of web-applications with the help of Spring MVC implies creation of several logical layers of architecture. One of the layers is a DAO (Repository) layer. It is responsible for communication with a database. If you developed the DAO layer at least once, you should know that it involves a lot of boilerplate code. A Spring Data take a part ...

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Accessing An Artifact’s Maven And SCM Versions At Runtime

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You can easily tell Maven to include the version of the artifact and its Git/SVN/… revision in the JAR manifest file and then access that information at runtime via getClass().getPackage.getImplementationVersion(). (All credit goes to Markus Krüger and other colleagues.) Include Maven artifact version in the manifest (Note: You will actually not want to use it, if you also want to ...

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Running Solr with Maven

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Running Solr with Maven Solr is an open source search server which is built by using the indexing and search capabilities of Lucene Core, and it can be used for implementing scalable search engines with almost any programming language. Even though Solr has many advantages, setting up a a development environment is not one of them. This blog entry describes ...

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