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Selecting Your Java EE 6 Application Server

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The number one question I get asked is: ‘Which Java EE Application server should we use?’. With the growing adoption of Java EE 6 new compatible application server get certified. The current official compatibility and certification matrix lists 12 different products certified for the Full Profile, the Web Profile or both. If you are going to start a new project ...

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Java EE 6 Web Profile. On the cloud. Easy.

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Java SE is ok. Java EE is evil. That’s what I always used to think. Well, not anymore, now. Let me share my experience. Some weeks ago, I started thinking about porting a legacy spring+hibernate+tomcat application to a new platform : SAP NetWeaver Cloud. I known what you geeks out there are thinking : this post is getting worse. It ...

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Spring3 + JPA2 + Java EE6 App Server = Confusion Over Configuration

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Spring is great, JavaEE6 is great and latest JavaEE6 Application servers are also great. This post is not a rant on Spring Vs JavaEE6, but my experience of porting a Spring3+JPA2(Hibernate) application on JBoss AS-7.1 App Server. My application requirement is very simple: Developing a couple of SOAP based webservices using Spring3.1 and JPA2(Hibernate) and host it on JBoss AS ...

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Review: “Java EE 6 Pocket Guide” by Arun Gupta

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This is a review I am very pleased to write. My friend Arun published the Java EE 6 pocket guide and it will be at your hands as early as you can order. I knew about the book quite early, because I had the pleasure to review it and I am thankful for the chance to contribute a little to ...

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Java EE 6 VS Spring 3 : Java EE has killed Spring? No way!

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Introduction Few days ago, I was listening to the epsiode 85 of the Java Spotlight Podcast. In this epsiode, Bert Ertman and Paul Bakker were talking about migrating from Spring to Java EE. Basically, in their introduction they were saying that, nowaday, there is no point choosing Spring over Java EE. We can read in their article : It took ...

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Java EE 6 Testing Part I – EJB 3.1 Embeddable API

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One of the most common requests we hear from Enterprise JavaBeans developers is for improved unit/integration testing support. EJB 3.1 Specification introduced the EJB 3.1 Embeddable API for executing EJB components within a Java SE environment. Unlike traditional Java EE server-based execution, embeddable usage allows client code and its corresponding enterprise beans to run within the same JVM and class ...

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Spring 3 and Java EE 6 – An unfair and incomplete comparison

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The first draft of this small article had the title ‘Spring & Java EE – Comparing Apples and Oranges’. During writing this, I learnt that it is possible to compare Spring Framework and Java EE, but it is always an unfair and incomplete work. The evolution of Java for Enterprise and Spring Framework are strongly connected to each other. Both ...

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Java EE Revisits Design Patterns: Observer

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Aside from being implemented in many languages and many applications, Observer Pattern has been a part of Java since version 1.0. Observer Pattern is also a good implementation of Hollywood Principle. Just like Agents in Hollywood like to callback the candidates for a role instead of being called daily to be asked about available jobs, most of the server side ...

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