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A Refresher – Top 5 Java EE 7 Frontend

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The series continues. After the initial overview and Arjan’s post about the most important backend features, I am now very happy to have Ed Burns (@edburns) finish the series with his favorite Java EE 7 frontend features. Thanks to Markus Eisele for giving me the opportunity to guest post on his very popular blog. Markus and I go way back ...

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Pre Java EE 7 alternative to JPA 2.1 unsynchronized persistence context

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Unsynchronized persistence context in Java EE 7 JPA 2.1 introduced the concept of unsynchronized persistence context which allows fine grained control over flushing of the JPA Entity Manager i.e. by explicitly calling EntityManager#joinTransaction. Previously, this was defaulted to end of JTA transaction e.g. in a typical Stateless EJB, the entity manager would flush its state to the DB at the ...

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A Refresher – Top 10 Java EE 7 Backend Features

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This is the second part in my little Java EE 7 refresher series. After a first introduction with a brief overview, I decided to ask Arjan Tijms to write about his favorite new backend features in Java EE 7. You will know Arjan if you’re following the Java EE space. He is a long time Java EE developer, JSF and ...

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A Java EE 7 Application on OpenShift 3 With JBoss Tools

You can create and manage OpenShift applications in Eclipse with the latest version of the OpenShift Plugin for JBoss Tools. They are either pre-bundled with the latest JBoss Developer Studio (9.0.0.GA) or you can install them into an existing Eclipse Mars. This post walks you through deploying the Java EE 7 Hands-On-Lab in OpenShift with the JBoss Developer Studio. OpenShift 3 ...

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A Refresher – Java EE 7 At A Glance

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As the Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 (EAP 7) is looming on the horizon and even the WebLogic server just recently got Java EE 7 certified, I thought it might be about time to give you a little refresher about the Java Enterprise Edition 7 features and point you towards further resources. Java EE 7 – Developer Productivity, ...

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Automated provisioning of JMS resources in Java EE 7

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JMS 2.0 (part of the Java EE 7 Platform) introduced lots of nice features. One of these was the ability to declare JMS resources for automatic deployment. Pre Java EE 7 Inject Connection Factory using @Resource Lookup Destination (Queue/Topic) using @Resource Pull out the Session object and use it to create the Message, Message Producer and send the message Most ...

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Getting Started With EAP 7 Alpha and Java EE 7

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Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 (JBoss EAP 7) is a middleware platform built on open standards and compliant with the Java Enterprise Edition 7 specification. Built on top of innovative and proven open source technologies like WildFly, it will make Java EE 7 development a lot easier. Here is a quick guide on how to get started with ...

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Continuous Deployment with Java EE 7, WildFly, and Docker – (Hanginar #1)

This blog is starting a new hanginar (G+ hangout + webinar) series that will highlight solutions, frameworks, application servers, tooling, deployment, and more content focused on Java EE. These are not the usual conference-style monologue presentations, but are interactive hackathons where real working stuff is shown, and is mostly code-driven. Think of this as a mix of, and inspired by, Nighthacking (@_nighthacking), Virtual JUG (@virtualjug), and ...

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