Java Enterprise Edition (JavaEE) is a platform for enterprise computing for Java.

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How should a JEE application store credentials for logging in to an external system?

I am in a situation where I have a Web Application (WAR) that is accessing a REST service provided by another application. The REST service uses Basic HTTP Authentication. So that means the ...
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Data Type of file_get_contents of php in java [migrated]

I am trying to upload an image to the database with blob datatype. I use web-service method addProfilePic that store the blob data to the database with my Codeigniter project. I retrieve the image ...
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How can I test database access methods in Java? [closed]

I want to write a test for a method that accesses a database such as following. public class MyClass{ public String getAddress(Int id){ String query = "Select * from Address where ...
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Web development with Servlets [closed]

I've been starting out and learning Java for web development with Java EE7 and out of all the tutorials i can have found, they coded their websites with Servlets. When looking at github repositories ...
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What programming languages are most suitable for implementing design patterns? [closed]

What programming language is best for implementing design patterns, (Factory , etc) especially for example if I need to develop a engineer scheduling system in less than a month. Would Java be my ...
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Why are there just a few implementations of a Java EE container? [closed]

I see at the JCP that work on Java EE 8 is allready in progress, as Java EE 7 was released almost 1,5 year ago. However, as far as I know there are only three implementations of the Java EE 7 ...
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Why creativity is consider a bad practice by architects? [closed]

If you do something creative (for example I did a new approach to logging) is consider a bad practice. the good practice in Java is to put static field logger in every class. My approach creates ...