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Tag Archives: Java EE 7

Continuous Deployment with Java EE 7, WildFly, and Docker – (Hanginar #1)


This blog is starting a new hanginar (G+ hangout + webinar) series that will highlight solutions, frameworks, application servers, tooling, deployment, and more content focused on Java EE. These are not the usual conference-style monologue presentations, but are interactive hackathons where real working stuff is shown, and is mostly code-driven. Think of this as a mix of, and inspired by, Nighthacking (@_nighthacking), Virtual JUG (@virtualjug), and ...

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Java EE 7 / JAX-RS 2.0 – CORS on REST


Java EE REST application usually works well out of the box on a development machine where all server side resources and client side UIs point to “localhost” or But when it comes to cross domain deployment (when the REST client is no longer on the same domain as the server that host the REST APIs), some work-around is required. ...

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Java EE 7 Batch Processing and World of Warcraft – Part 1


This was one of my sessions at the last JavaOne. This post is going to expand the subject and look into a real application using the Batch JSR-352 API. This application integrates with the MMORPG World of Warcraft. Since the JSR-352 is a new specification in the Java EE world, I think that many people don’t know how to use ...

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2 Ways of Passing Properties / Parameters in Java EE 7 Batch


When it comes to the Java EE 7 Batch Processing facility, there are 2 ways in passing properties / parameters to the chunks and batchlets. This quick guide shows you the 2 ways, which could be use very frequently when developing batch processing the Java EE 7 way. 1. Pre-Defined Properties / Parameters Before Runtime Pre-Defined properties are properties (name ...

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