List/Grid Tag Archives: Spring

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Spring & Quartz Integration with Custom Annotation, the SPANN way

In a previous post, we demonstrated how to create and configure Quartz jobs with annotations in a Spring container. We used a class-level annotation to add some metadata to a bean which implements Quartz’s Job; the annotatio ...
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Spring 3 Testing with JUnit 4 – ContextConfiguration and AbstractTransactionalJUnit4SpringContextTests

Looking in the internet for a way to test my Spring 3 application, I found many articles that describe how to test your application by using JUnit. Most of them are incomplete examples that do not really work. With this article I ...
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Spring MVC Interceptors Example

I thought that it was time to take a look at Spring’s MVC interceptor mechanism, which has been around for a good number of years and is a really useful tool. A Spring Interceptor does what it says on the tin: intercepts an inco ...
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Spring & Quartz Integration with Custom Annotation

We know Spring has support for integration with the Quartz framework. But as of now Spring supports only static XML declarative approach. If you want to see how to integrate Spring with Quartz you can refer to the Spring + Quartz ...
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Spring Insight – Web Application Profiling

Are you writing Web Applications using Spring Framework? Have you ever thought what’s going on under the hood? Why your application is responding so slowly? Why the snail outside your window is disappearing in the distance s ...
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Swapping out Spring Bean Configuration at Runtime

Most Java developers these days deal with Spring on a regular basis and there are lots of us out there that have become familiar with its abilities as well as its limitations. I recently came across a problem that I hadn’t hit b ...
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Spring Declarative Transactions Example

A transaction is a unit of work that has ACID (atomic, consistent, isolated and durable) properties. Atomic means that the changes all happen or nothing happens. If money is debited from an account and credited to another account, ...
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The evolution of Spring dependency injection techniques

Looking back at the history of Spring framework you will find out that the number of ways you can implement dependency injection is growing in every release. If you’ve been working with this framework for more than a month y ...
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Integrating Jersey with Spring

Spring provides a lot of benefits and promotes best practices with its dependency injection mechanism, application lifecycle management and Hibernate support (just to mention some). In addition when you want to have a clean server ...
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Spring, Quartz and JavaMail Integration Tutorial

Quartz is a job scheduling framework which is used to schedule the jobs to be executed on the specified time schedule.JavaMail is an API to send/recieve emails from Java Applications. Spring has integration points to integrate Qua ...
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