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Evaluating persistent, replicated message queues


Message queues are useful in a number of situations; for example when we want to execute a task asynchronously, we enqueue it and some executor eventually completes it. Depending on the use case, the queues can give various guarantees of message persistence and delivery. For some use-cases, it is enough to have an in-memory message queue. For others, we want ...

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Building your own GWT Spring Maven Archetype


Hello everyone, While watching  this really interesting articles by Justin about Spring and GWT,i thought that it would be extremely useful to show how to build your own custom maven archetype .The archetype we will present is based on the last project of Justin and includes various technologies like Spring,GWT,AspectJ,HornetQ and Infinispan. Enough talking ,let’s get our hands dirty now. ...

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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 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


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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