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Spring MVC – @RequestBody and @ResponseBody demystified

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In this post i want to dig into spring mvc a little, revealing what happens behind the scenes when a request is converted to your parameter object and vice versa. Before we start, i want to explain the purpose of these annotations. What are @RequestBody and @ResponseBody for? They are annotations of the spring mvc framework and can be used ...

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Spring MVC: REST application with CNVR vol. 1

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Not so long time ago I have read an article written by Paul Chapman about Content Negotiating View Resolver (CNVR). That post on a Spring Framework Blog inspired me to investigate this framework’s area. As a result I have developed a sample REST application based on Spring MVC with CNVR. The application demonstrates a basic flow of a REST service ...

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Getting Started With Spring’s MVC Test Framework – Part 2

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The first blog in this mini-series introduced the Spring MVC Test Framework and demonstrated its use in unit testing Spring MVC Controller classes as controllers rather then as POJOs. It’s now time to talk about using the framework for integration testing. By ‘integration testing’ I mean loading the Spring context into the test environment so that the controller can work with ...

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Spring @Bean and PropertyPlaceHolderConfigurer

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I was recently stumped by what I thought was going to be a fairly straightforward implementation – Consider the following Spring Java based bean definition file ( @Configuration):                 package root; ... @Configuration @PropertySource("classpath:root/test.props") public class SampleConfig { @Value("${test.prop}") private String attr; @Bean public SampleService sampleService() { return new SampleService(attr); } } Here ...

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Spring Data JPA Tutorial Part One: Configuration

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Spring Data JPA is a project which aims both to simplify the creation of JPA based repositories and to reduce the amount of code needed to communicate with a database. I have been using it for a while at my work and in my personal hobby projects and it has indeed make things a lot more simpler and cleaner. Now ...

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Testing Web-based Spring Applications in 2013 (Part One)

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Testing Web-based Spring Applications in 2013 (Part One) A fellow LJCer and TDD/BDD advocate has recently started developing an application using the ever-popular Spring stack, and he asked my advice on how best to implement a Test-driven methodology within this context. I started typing an email back in response, but then it suddenly occurred to me that this might be useful for ...

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Getting Started With Spring’s MVC Test Framework – Part 1

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Newly promoted to the main Spring framework is the Spring MVC Test Framework, which the Guys at Spring claim is a “first class JUnit support for testing client and server side Spring MVC code through a fluent API”1. In this and my next blog, I’m going to take a look at Spring’s MVC Test Framework and apply it to some ...

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Spring MVC: Session advanced

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Not so long time ago I wrote a post about HTTP sessions in a Spring MVC application. That was the simple article with an emphasis on practical aspect of usage. In the end of the post I promised to write more advanced topic dedicated to the sessions in Spring MVC applications. So I’m going to publish this stuff. Before I ...

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