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Spring Integration 4.0: A complete XML-free example

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1. Introduction Spring Integration 4.0 is finally here, and this release comes with very nice features. The one covered in this article is the possibility to configure an integration flow without using XML at all. Those people that don’t like XML will be able to develop an integration application with just using JavaConfig. This article is divided in the following ...

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Spring Java Configuration: Session timeout

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We live in a nice time, when you can develop a Spring application using java based configuration. No redundant XML code any more, just pure java code. In this article I want to discuss a popular topic about session management in Spring applications. If to be more precise I’m going to talk about a session timeout in java configuration style. ...

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Tracking Exceptions – Part 6 – Building an Executable Jar

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If you’ve read the previous five blogs in this series, you’ll know that I’ve been building a Spring application that runs periodically to check a whole bunch of error logs for exceptions and then email you the results. Having written the code and the tests, and being fairly certain it’ll work the next and final step is to package the ...

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Spring MVC and Thymeleaf: how to acess data from templates

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In a typical Spring MVC application, @Controller classes are responsible for preparing a model map with data and selecting a view to be rendered. This model map allows for the complete abstraction of the view technology and, in the case of Thymeleaf, it is transformed into a Thymeleaf VariablesMap object that makes all the defined variables available to expressions executed ...

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Spring Scala based sample bean configuration

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I have been using Spring Scala for a toy project for the last few days and I have to say that it is a fantastic project, it simplifies Spring configuration even further when compared to the already simple configuration purely based on Spring Java Config. Let me demonstrate this by starting with the Cake Pattern based sample here:     ...

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Load inheritance tree into List by Spring

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I noticed interesting Spring feature. One of my colleagues used it for loading whole inheritance tree of Spring beans into list. Missed that when I was studying Spring docs. Let’s have this inheritance tree of Spring beans:             In following snippet is this tree of beans loaded into list with constructor injection: @Component public class ...

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Spring Integration – Configure web service client timeout

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Introduction With the support of Spring Integration, your application can invoke a web service by using an outbound web service gateway. The invocation is handled by this gateway, thus you just need to worry about building the request message and handling the response. However, with this approach it is not obvious how to configure additional options like setting timeouts or ...

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Using jOOQ with Spring: Sorting and Pagination

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JOOQ is a library which helps us to get in control of our SQL. It can generate code from our database and lets us build typesafe database queries by using its fluent API. The earlier parts of this tutorial have taught us how we can configure the application context of our application, generate code from our database, and add CRUD ...

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