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AOP made easy with AspectJ and Spring

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I recently started looking at Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) and I’m finding it exciting to say the least. Of course I was acquainted with it, since I saw it used for transaction management within Spring but I have never looked at it in depth. In this article I want to show how quick it is to get up to speed ...

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What is Spring Integration?

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As the Spring Integration project slowly gains more adoption and interest, developers in the enterprise integration or enterprise development space will most likely come across it. They may find it interesting, but not fully understand what it is, what problems it was created to solve, where they can get more information, and where it fits within the open-source ecosystem of ...

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What additional features does Java EE 6 have to move from Spring?

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I am a senior java developer who has to work on the technologies chosen by the application architect. At the maximum I can express my opinion on a particular technology, I can’t make/influence technology selection decision. So I don’t have a choice of moving from Spring to JavaEE6 or from JavaEE6 to Spring on my official projects. I strongly believe ...

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JSF 2, PrimeFaces 3, Spring 3 & Hibernate 4 Integration Project

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This article shows how to integrate JSF2, PrimeFaces3, Spring3 and Hibernate4 Technologies. It provides a general project template for Java developers. Also if Spring is not used for Business and Data Access layer, JSF – PrimeFaces & Hibernate Integration Project can be offered. Used Technologies : JDK 1.6.0_31 Spring 3.1.1 JSF 2.1 Hibernate 4.1.0 Primefaces 3.1.1 MySQL Connector 5.1.17 MySQL ...

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Spring Remoting Support with Http Invoker

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Spring HTTP Invoker is an important solution for Java-to-Java Remoting. This technology uses the standard Java serialization mechanism to expose services through HTTP and can be thought as an alternative solution instead of the custom serialization found in Hessian and Burlap. Also, it is only provided by Spring so both client and server applications have to be based on Spring. ...

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Configuring Quartz with JDBCJobStore in Spring

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I am starting a little series about Quartz scheduler internals, tips and tricks, this is a chapter 0 – how to configure persistent job store. In Quartz you essentially have a choice between storing jobs and triggers in memory and in a relation database ( Terracotta is a recent addition to the mix). I would say in 90% of the ...

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Spring Remoting Support and Developing RMI Service

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The development of remote-enabled services is eased by Spring remoting support. Currently, Spring supports the following remoting technologies: Remote Method Invocation (RMI), HTTP Invoker, Hessian, Burlap, JAX-RPC, JAX-WS and JMS. Remote Method Invocation (RMI) : Spring supports RMI via RmiProxyFactoryBean and RmiServiceExporter. RmiServiceExporter exports any Spring-managed bean as an RMI service and registers. RmiProxyFactoryBean is a factory bean creating a ...

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Spring & JSF integration: MVC Nuts and Bolts

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I have attempted to integrate JSF with Spring MVC in the past, and whilst my first attempt worked, it was far from ideal. This time around I decided to take a few key decisions to help focus my efforts: Drop backwards compatibility. There is just too much work involved with supporting JSF 1.2 and too much good stuff coming up ...

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Integrating Spring Into Legacy Applications

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One of the things that all Spring developers like to do is to shoehorn Spring into any application they work on – it’s one of my guilty pleasures in life: you see some code, think it’s rubbish because it contains several well known anti-patterns and then think how cool it would be if this app was a Spring app. When ...

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Spring & JSF integration: Navigation

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This is the first in what I hope will be a series of blogs about my efforts to provide deep integration between Spring and JavaServer Faces. Everything mentioned here is a “work in progress” so if you checkout the code please be aware that it is a moving target; expect some rough edges and don’t be surprised if it’s sometimes ...

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