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Spring Data Solr Tutorial: CRUD (Almost)

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In the previous part of my Spring Data Solr tutorial, we learned how we can configure Spring Data Solr. Now it is time to take a step forward and learn how we can manage the information stored in our Solr instance. This blog entry describes how we add new documents to the Solr index, update the information of existing documents ...

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Spring Data Solr Tutorial: Configuration

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In the previous part of my Spring Data Solr tutorial, we learned that Solr provides a REST-like HTTP API which can be used to add information to Solr index and execute queries against indexed data. The problem is that running a separate Solr instance in a development environment is a bit cumbersome. However, not all hope is lost because Solr ...

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Running Solr with Maven

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Running Solr with Maven Solr is an open source search server which is built by using the indexing and search capabilities of Lucene Core, and it can be used for implementing scalable search engines with almost any programming language. Even though Solr has many advantages, setting up a a development environment is not one of them. This blog entry describes ...

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Spring MVC, Ajax and JSON Part 3 – The Client Side Code

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If you’ve been following this short series of blogs on Spring, Ajax and JSON you’ll recall that I’ve got as far as creating a Spring MVC web application that displays a form, which allows the user to select a bunch of items and submit a request to the server to purchase them. The server then replies with some JSON allowing ...

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Spring MVC: form handling vol. 4 – radiobuttons

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In the world of software development radiobuttons are essential part of graphic user interface. Spring MVC tag library provides special tag for this element of form. If to be more precisely there are two tags for this purpose: radiobutton, radiobuttons. Both of them are useful for a particular task. As you understand I’m going to show how to use these ...

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Spring Data Solr Tutorial: Introduction to Solr

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Most of the applications must have a some kind of a search function. The problem is that search functions are often huge resource hogs and they can kill the performance of our application by causing heavy load to the database. That is why transferring that load to an external search server is a great idea. This is the first part ...

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Spring Security Login

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1. Introduction This article is going to focus on Login with Spring Security. We’re going to built on top of the simple previous Spring MVC example, as that’s a necessary part of setting up the web application along with the login mechanism. 2. The Maven Dependencies To add Maven dependencies to the project, please see the Spring Security with Maven ...

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Hibernate 4 with Spring

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1. Overview This article will focus on setting up Hibernate 4 with Spring – we’ll look at how to configure Spring 3 with Hibernate 4 using both Java and XML Configuration. Parts of this process are of course common to the Hibernate 3 article. 2. Maven To add the Spring Persistence dependencies to the project pom.xml, please see the article ...

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Spring MVC Tutorial

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1. Overview and Maven This is a simple Spring MVC tutorial showing how to set up a Spring MVC project, both with Java based Configuration as well as with XML Configuration. The Maven artifacts for Spring MVC project are described in the in detail in the Spring MVC dependencies article. 2. The web.xml This is a simple configuration of the ...

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Spring Security with Maven

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1. Overview This article will explain how to setup Spring Security with Maven and will go over specific use-cases of using Spring Security dependencies. The latest Spring Security releases can be found on Maven Central. This is a followup to the previous Spring with Maven article, so for non-security Spring dependencies, that’s the place to start.       2. ...

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