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Understanding Transactional annotation in Spring

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1. Introduction Spring provides support for both programmatic and declarative transactions . 1.1 Programmatic Transactions With programmatic transactions, transaction management code needs to be explicitly written so as to commit when everything is successful and rolling back if anything goes wrong. The transaction management code is tightly bound to the business logic in this case. 1.2 Declarative Transactions Declarative transactions ...

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Spring Boot and Database initialization

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Spring boot is hands down a great framework, saving the developer a lot of time and energy when developing a spring application. One of its great features is database initialization. You can use spring boot in order to initialize your sql database. We will start with the gradle file group 'com.gkatzioura' version '1.0-SNAPSHOT' apply plugin: 'java' sourceCompatibility = 1.5 buildscript { repositories ...

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Laziness at extreme: developing JAX-RS services with Spring Boot

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I think it would be fair to state that we, as software developers, are always looking for the ways to write less code which does more stuff, automagically or not. With this regards, Spring Boot project, proud member of the Spring portfolio, disrupted the traditional approaches, dramatically speeding up and simplifying Spring-based applications development. There is a lot to be ...

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Scatter-Gather using Spring Reactor Core

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I have a good working experience in using the Netflix Rx-Java libraries and have previously blogged about using Rx-Java and Java 8 CompletableFuture for a scatter-gather kind of problems. Here I want to explore applying the same pattern using the Spring Reactor Core library. tldr – If you are familiar with Netflix Rx-Java, you already know Spring Reactor Core, the API’s map beautifully ...

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Spring Async and Java’s 8 CompletableFuture

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It is known that I am not the biggest fan of Spring, but at the time being I work for an organization that maintains too many projects utilizing Spring (in different forms and versions). I still remain skeptic towards Spring, of course there are some very nice ideas, there are some nice (too many) abstractions, there are some very handy ‘shortcuts’ ...

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