List/Grid Tag Archives: Apache Tomcat

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RESTful Web Services with RESTeasy JAX-RS on Tomcat 7 – Eclipse and Maven project

The RESTful approach of developing web services is constantly gaining more and more attention and seems to be pushing SOAP into deprecation. I am not going to discuss which approach ...
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JAX–WS with Spring and Maven Tutorial

Spring framework provides remoting support for web services via JAX–WS, in fact, as stated in Spring reference documentation, there are three ways of exposing Spring POJO services ...
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Aspect Oriented Programming with Spring AspectJ and Maven

Spring framework comes with AOP support. In fact, as stated in Spring reference documentation, “One of the key components of Spring is the AOP framework. While the Spring IoC container ...
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GWT 2 Spring 3 JPA 2 Hibernate 3.5 Tutorial – Eclipse and Maven 2 showcase

A little while ago a friend and colleague of mine winged at me saying „Only half of the world is using Maven“. His statement struck me like a thunderbolt when I realized that our ...
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Spring 3 RESTful Web Services

Spring 3 provides support for RESTful Web services. In this tutorial we will show you how to implement a RESTful Web service in Spring or, if you want, to expose an existing Spring ...
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Spring 3 HornetQ 2.1 Integration Tutorial

Utilize the new ultra high performance messaging system from JBoss through Spring framework. HornetQ is an open source project to build a multi-protocol, embeddable, very high performance, ...
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GWT Spring and Hibernate enter the world of Data Grids

Maximize Hibernate performance with the power of Infinispan Data Grid. A GWT, Spring, JPA, Hibernate, Infinispan integration tutorial. In this tutorial we are going to discuss about ...
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GWT 2 Spring 3 JPA 2 Hibernate 3.5 Tutorial

This step by step guide will present how to develop a simple web application using Google’s Web Toolkit (GWT) for the rich client and Spring as the back – end, server side framework. ...
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