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Change Without Redeploying With Eclipse And Tomcat

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They say developing Java is slow because of the bloated application servers – you have to redeploy the application to see your changes. While PHP, Python, etc. scripting languages, allow you to “save & refresh”. This quora question summarizes that “myth”. Yup, it’s a myth. You can use “save & refresh” in java web applications as well. The JVM has ...

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Multiple Tomcat Instances on Single Machine

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In this post we will see how to run multiple tomcat instances on a single machine and under a single user account. We first see the tomcat directory structure, where each folder has the following purpose: bin –  contains all binary and script files for running tomcat. lib – contains all shared libraries used for tomcat conf – contains configuration information like which port tomcat can bind, ...

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Web Services in Ruby, Python and Java

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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 to consume them using Python and Ruby. Here’s how it all finished… Web service in Java I’ve started with a simple web service in Java: package com.wordpress.jdevel.ws; import ...

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Zero-downtime Deployment (and Rollback) in Tomcat; a walkthrough and a checklist

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Dear All, If you thought Tomcat could not get any better, you thought wrong. Tomcat 7 introduces what is called Parallel Deployment. This was contributed by SpringSource/VMWare. Simply put, parallel deployment is the ability to deploy more than one version of your web application in parallel, making all versions available under the exact same URL. Think about this for a ...

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JAX–WS with Spring and Maven Tutorial

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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 as a JAX–WS web services : Exposing Servlet – based web services (suitable for Java EE 5 environments) Exporting standalone web services (suitable when utilizing Sun’s JDK 1.6 build–in JAX–WS provider) Exporting web ...

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Aspect Oriented Programming with Spring AspectJ and Maven

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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 does not depend on AOP, meaning you do not need to use AOP if you don’t want to, AOP complements Spring IoC to provide a very capable middleware solution. AOP ...

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Spring 3 RESTful Web Services

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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 service as a RESTful Web service. To make things more interesting we are going to continue from where we left of at our previous article about Spring ...

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Spring 3 HornetQ 2.1 Integration Tutorial

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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, clustered, asynchronous messaging system. It is written in Java and runs on any platform with a Java 5 or later runtime. HornetQ class-beating high performance journal provides persistent messaging performance at rates normally ...

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