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Improve your life Through Science and Art: JPA: Why we need to specifies the type-level injections in JavaEE?

posted by anishaanisha 584 days, 22 hours, 15 minutes ago
Sunday, September 09, 2012 8:12:32 PM GMT
As I wrote in the Injection level-types in JavaEE5+, JavaEE type-level injection is more verbose than field and setter injections. So why don't we just all use the simple field or setter injections? Well, there are sometimes a type-level injection is more appropriate (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 1 | comment | | source: tamanmohamed.blogspot.in
tags: JavaEE, JPA, type level injection
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8 Ways to improve your Java EE Production Support skills - Java Code Geeks

published 610 days, 9 hours, 40 minutes ago posted by anishaanisha 611 days, 1 hour, 43 minutes ago
Wednesday, August 15, 2012 8:47:35 AM GMT Tuesday, August 14, 2012 4:44:30 PM GMT
Everybody involved in Java EE production support know this job can be difficult; 7/24 pager support, multiple incidents and bug fixes to deal with on a regular basis, pressure from the client and the management team to resolve production problems as fast as possible and prevent reoccurrences. On top of your day to day work, you also have to take care of multiple application deployments driven by multiple IT delivery teams. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 8 | comment | | source: www.javacodegeeks.com
tags: JavaEE, production support
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Configure Java EE applications or "Putting Bien into practice" - Java Code Geeks

posted by anishaanisha 613 days, 6 hours, 34 minutes ago
Sunday, August 12, 2012 11:52:58 AM GMT
A lot has been talked about application configuration in the past. I don't know who kicked off the debate but the most fundamental reading (with a look at future Java EE 7 and beyond) is Antonio Goncalves' posting [Debate] – And what about configuration in Java EE 7. Fact is, with vanilla Java EE we all do application configuration day by day. Without having any special mechanism in place. Having seen Adam's latest post from yesterday I would like to share a slight add-on to it, which I feel could fit to... (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 1 | comment | | source: www.javacodegeeks.com
tags: application, Configure, JavaEE
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Java Evangelist John Yeary's Blog: JSF 2.x Injecting @ManagedBean Instances

posted by tracytracy 631 days, 23 hours, 27 minutes ago
Tuesday, July 24, 2012 7:00:34 PM GMT
Here are three ways to inject a @ManagedBean into another @ManagedBean. In Java EE 6, the preferred method is to use the @ManagedProperty annotation. You can however use JSF 2.x in Java EE 5. You must simply replace the current JSF implementation with Mojarra 2.x. If this is the case,  the use of annotations is not possible. Two techniques below will work on EE5 and EE6 applications. @ManagedPropertyThe @ManagedProperty annotation will work on Java EE 6 applications as noted. To use the annotation,  you... (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: javaevangelist.blogspot.in
tags: example, JavaEE, JEE6, JSF, Tutorial
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Spring Web Flow Support in IntelliJ IDEA 12 | JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA Blog

published 638 days, 6 hours, 21 minutes ago posted by vinaykumarvinaykumar 638 days, 8 hours, 55 minutes ago
Wednesday, July 18, 2012 12:05:46 PM GMT Wednesday, July 18, 2012 9:32:12 AM GMT
One of the features added in the last IntelliJ IDEA 12 EAP is Spring Web Flow support. This post is a quick overview of the enhancements.Watch Spring Web Flow Support in Action Structure View The Structure View now shows the structure of your flow.xml file. Designer Need to visualize your flow definition? Want to quickly add a few states and transitions without editing XML? Please welcome the completely rewritten Designer. Expression Language Spring EL is now fully supported in your flow.xml. S... (more)
category: Spring | clicked: 3 | comment | | source: blogs.jetbrains.com
tags: cdi, EJB, Interceptors, JavaEE, Patterns
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Java EE and Flex, Part 2: Can we talk? - JavaWorld

published 647 days, 10 hours, 7 minutes ago posted by pankajsharmapankajsharma 649 days, 5 hours, 9 minutes ago
Monday, July 09, 2012 8:20:40 AM GMT Saturday, July 07, 2012 1:18:38 PM GMT
There are a variety of ways a Flex client can communicate with your back-end Java server, so it's good to explore your options. In this follow up to his introduction to rich-client development with Flex and Java EE, Dustin Marx shows you how to connect a Flex client and Java enterprise back-end via SOAP-based Web services and object remoting. He also introduces BlazeDS and demonstrates its support for proxied HTTPService and WebService connections and object remoting. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 3 | comment | | source: www.javaworld.com
tags: Flex, JavaEE
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From Java EE security to Acegi - JavaWorld

published 647 days, 10 hours, 7 minutes ago posted by pankajsharmapankajsharma 649 days, 5 hours, 10 minutes ago
Monday, July 09, 2012 8:20:40 AM GMT Saturday, July 07, 2012 1:17:06 PM GMT
Protecting sensitive data and data transportation is a preliminary but critical requirement for application developers. The Internet is a public and insecure infrastructure connecting millions of computers world-wide for data interchange. Any device connected to the Internet faces various types of security threats, such as eavesdropping, masquerading, message tampering, replaying, infiltration, traffic analysis, or denial-of-service. Web applications generally deal with sensitive and valuable data as ass... (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 4 | comment | | source: www.javaworld.com
tags: JavaEE, security
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Domain-driven design with Java EE 6 - JavaWorld

published 645 days, 23 hours, 49 minutes ago posted by pankajsharmapankajsharma 649 days, 5 hours, 12 minutes ago
Tuesday, July 10, 2012 6:38:29 PM GMT Saturday, July 07, 2012 1:15:32 PM GMT
For Java EE applications based on type-dependent algorithms, a domain-driven design that leverages object-orientation is better than a procedurally implemented service-oriented architecture. Adam Bien explains how and why object-oriented persistence makes your domain-driven application's code more efficient, maintainable, and testable. Level: Advanced (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 10 | comment | | source: www.javaworld.com
tags: Design, JavaEE
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Solving common Java EE performance problems - JavaWorld

published 645 days, 23 hours, 49 minutes ago posted by pankajsharmapankajsharma 649 days, 5 hours, 20 minutes ago
Tuesday, July 10, 2012 6:38:29 PM GMT Saturday, July 07, 2012 1:07:20 PM GMT
Java EE (Java Platform, Enterprise Edition) applications, regardless of the application server they are deployed to, tend to experience the same sets of problems. As a Java EE tuner, I have been exposed to a variety of environments and have made some observations about common problems. In this capacity, I see my role as similar to that of an automobile mechanic: you tell your mechanic that the engine is chirping; then he asks you a series of questions that guide you in quantifying the nature, location, a... (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 8 | comment | | source: www.javaworld.com
tags: JavaEE, Performance
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JEE6: Who Needs Aspect-Oriented Programming?

published 649 days, 2 hours, 10 minutes ago posted by jamesjames 652 days, 3 hours, 18 minutes ago
Saturday, July 07, 2012 4:17:22 PM GMT Wednesday, July 04, 2012 3:09:02 PM GMT
In Java EE, there is rarely an obvious use case for AOP. According to Wikipedia, aspectoriented programming aims to separate reusable functionality from the business logic: “In computing, aspectoriented programming (AOP) is a programming paradigm which aims to increase modularity by allowing the separation of cross-cutting concerns. AOP forms a basis for aspect-oriented software development.”AOP was a hot topic a few years ago, but it never really took off in J2EE—and for good reason. Aspects ... (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 13 | comment | | source: tamanmohamed.blogspot.com
tags: Aspect Oriented Programming, JavaEE
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Java Heap Space: What is it? ~ Java EE Support Patterns

posted by pankajsharmapankajsharma 656 days, 16 hours, 45 minutes ago
Saturday, June 30, 2012 1:42:16 AM GMT
Are you new to Java and Java EE? Looking for a simple high level overview of the Java Heap Space or just to improve your Java Heap knowledge? This post is for you. Please bookmark this post since I will be added reference to other posts and case studies on this subject in the future. Background When learning Java for the first time, a lot of focus is often spent on the Java language itself, Object-oriented programming principles, design patterns, compilation etc. and not so much on the Java VM itself... (more)
category: JAVA | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: javaeesupportpatterns.blogspot.com
tags: Heap Space, JavaEE
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An Unfair and Incomplete Comparison between Spring 3 Framework and Java EE 6

published 653 days, 1 hour, 25 minutes ago posted by pankajsharmapankajsharma 656 days, 17 hours, 4 minutes ago
Tuesday, July 03, 2012 5:02:33 PM GMT Saturday, June 30, 2012 1:23:05 AM GMT
The first draft of this small article had the title 'Spring & Java EE - Comparing Apples and Oranges'. During writing this, I learned that it is possible to compare Spring Framework and Java EE, but it is always an unfair and incomplete work. The evolution of Java for Enterprise and Spring Framework are strongly connected to each other. Both leaned from each other and partly copied good concepts. In Table 1 you can see a simplified timeline with some key milestones of Java Platform for Enterprise a... (more)
category: JAVA | clicked: 5 | comment | | source: sites.google.com
tags: Framework, JavaEE, Spring 3
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The Java EE 6 Example - Running Galleria on GlassFish 3.1.2 - Part 2

posted by jamesjames 667 days, 17 hours, 18 minutes ago
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 1:08:46 AM GMT
Get yourself in the mood for some configuration. Grep the latest NetBeans 7.1 (the Java EE edition already includes the needed GlassFish 3.1.2) and install it. I also assume you have a decent Java SDK 7 (6 would do the job, too) in place somewhere. Depending on the development strategy you also need a Mercurial Client and Maven. At least Maven is also included in NetBeans, so ... I mean ... why make your life harder than it already is? ;) (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: blog.eisele.net
tags: Galleria, Glassfish, JavaEE
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Fetching arbitrary object graphs in JPA 2

published 674 days, 5 hours, 26 minutes ago posted by jamesjames 674 days, 18 hours, 25 minutes ago
Tuesday, June 12, 2012 1:01:29 PM GMT Tuesday, June 12, 2012 12:01:51 AM GMT
In Java EE, JPA (Java Persistence API) is used to store and retrieve graphs of objects. This works by specifying relations between objects via annotations (or optionally XML). Hand over the root of an object graph to the entity manager and it will persist it. Ask the entity manager for an object with a given Id and you’ll get the graph back. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 5 | comment | | source: jdevelopment.nl
tags: JavaEE, JPA, Object Graphs
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Java EE6 Alternatives, A flexible configuration for enterprise applications

posted by tracytracy 678 days, 15 hours, 7 minutes ago
Friday, June 08, 2012 3:19:53 AM GMT
Another great feature of java ee 6 is the use of alternatives. The basic idea is to let you specify an alternative for an injected object. Take this case for example. We are developing our front-end of our application. The screens depend on a database connection, but the database isn’t ready for development. We provide an ‘alternative’ implementation for this time being. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 1 | comment | | source: sysout.be
tags: Alternatives, JavaEE
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The Java EE 6 Example - Galleria - Part 1

published 680 days, 5 hours, 10 minutes ago posted by pankajsharmapankajsharma 680 days, 17 hours, 39 minutes ago
Wednesday, June 06, 2012 1:17:26 PM GMT Wednesday, June 06, 2012 12:48:30 AM GMT
Today we are going to setup the example as it is directly with latest GlassFish 3.1.2, Hibernate and Derby. Preparation Get yourself in the mood for some configuration. Grep the latest NetBeans 7.1 (the Java EE edition already includes the needed GlassFish 3.1.2) and install it. I also assume you have a decent Java SDK 7 (6 would do the job, too) in place ... (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 8 | comment | | source: blog.eisele.net
tags: Galleria, JavaEE
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Java EE, Web Services, WS-BPEL, SOA: Pre-compiling JSP and JSF pages

published 681 days, 4 hours, 18 minutes ago posted by pankajsharmapankajsharma 681 days, 18 hours, 56 minutes ago
Tuesday, June 05, 2012 2:09:37 PM GMT Monday, June 04, 2012 11:30:52 PM GMT
JSP and JSF pages are usually compiled on-the-fly by the application server when accessed for the first time. And to tell the truth Java EE application servers are not the fastest compilers. When you are a developer and want to re-organise/change some UI components sometimes you have to navigate through few pages until you reach desired JSP/JSF page. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 3 | comment | | source: jee-bpel-soa.blogspot.com
tags: ant, Gronimo, JASPER, JavaEE, Web apps
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Automatically starting up Java EE 5 Timers

published 681 days, 4 hours, 18 minutes ago posted by pankajsharmapankajsharma 681 days, 18 hours, 58 minutes ago
Tuesday, June 05, 2012 2:09:37 PM GMT Monday, June 04, 2012 11:29:26 PM GMT
When you're developing a Java EE application and need a simple scheduler you may decide to use Java EE Timer Service API. Of course Java EE Timer Service is not as powerful as Quartz, but it's provided out of the box :) Last week I needed to implement a simple scheduler in my Java EE 5 app. I encountered a small problem - I wanted to start it automatically just after the application start up. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 2 | comment | | source: jee-bpel-soa.blogspot.com
tags: JavaEE, Timer
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True power of Java EE and JMS: distributed computations!

published 681 days, 4 hours, 18 minutes ago posted by pankajsharmapankajsharma 681 days, 18 hours, 59 minutes ago
Tuesday, June 05, 2012 2:09:37 PM GMT Monday, June 04, 2012 11:27:50 PM GMT
As you already know I'm writing a PhD about evaluating and measuring quality of Web Services compositions. In my system I focus on evaluating WS-BPEL processes (but the framework I designed is extremely flexible and supports any business scenario technology). The system (called Measurement System DIES) is a Java EE application. It is designed in a distributed manner which makes scaling out and distributing computations very easy. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 5 | comment | | source: jee-bpel-soa.blogspot.com
tags: ActiveMQ, geronimo, JavaEE, jms, Performance
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Java EE, Web Services, WS-BPEL, SOA: CXF JAX-RS on Apache TomEE

published 681 days, 4 hours, 18 minutes ago posted by pankajsharmapankajsharma 681 days, 19 hours, 13 minutes ago
Tuesday, June 05, 2012 2:09:37 PM GMT Monday, June 04, 2012 11:13:51 PM GMT
esterday I got a post comment about some problems with running CXF JAX-RS on Apache Tomcat. But also 2 weeks ago Apache TomEE 1.0 has been officially released. I decided to rework the example without using Spring (which was causing the problems with JAX-RS) and deploy it to TomEE. My project was based on the original one from this post (published over 3 years ago! April 2009): Dveloping RESTful Web Services using Apache CXF and Maven2. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 5 | comment | | source: jee-bpel-soa.blogspot.com
tags: CXF, JavaEE, JAX-RS, tomee
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