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Which view resolver is required for implementing tiles in Spring 3.0 MVC application

I have a working Spring application. I would like to add some common headers,footers and such, hence I need to use tiles along with this. Currently, I use InternalResourceViewResolver for request ...
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Writing Multiple Files in Spring Batch [on hold]

So I want to create 6 delimited reports , they all use the same data source and same table , the query is different for each , they all are also independent. The way I have it setup right now I have ...
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Function of AutoWire = “Constructor” [closed]

I try to inject the transaction interceptor to the contructor. This, using the TransactionAttributeSourceAdvisor. I need to know whats is the function of the Autowire = "constructor" using this bean ...
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Almost identical Spring Rest request return different responses, how to understand Spring trace? [migrated]

I have almost two identical controllers connecting to two different JPA Spring data repository. The JPA request work correctly, been tested. I have other request on the same server that works ...
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How to add rigor to my testing?

I work on a small/medium sized Java application. Over time, I've tried to ensure that the tests which I write are "good" tests, and that there's plenty of them. Hence I've been looking into various, ...
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Are prototype beans with constructor parameters an anti-pattern?

Reading on this, Misko Hevery has said “Newables can ask for other Newables in their constructor, but not for Injectables” Now it appears to me that requesting a prototype be instantiated at run-time ...
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Programmatically extending Hibernate table/entity definitions in Spring, how?

I would like to know if there is a way —maybe with AOP— to extend table/entity definitions so that I can add functionality across the board that requires persistence. Let me explain what I want to do ...
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Is there a way to handle shared javascript assets in Spring?

I'm familiar with MVC web frameworks and lately very familiar with Symfony2. I want to start learning Spring, and the first practical problem I would like to try to solve is handling the reuse of ...
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Duplicate method in spring services, how to refactor?

ServiceOne.java private void doStuff(){} ServiceTwo.java private void doStuff() Where to put common code ? Shall I create a new service, but then what interface will it implement ? Or shall I ...
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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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webdav in jsr268 portal application

We have a web application that we have made portal compatible(JSR 268) using spring. One part that has not been ported across is a WebDav servlet. Is it possible to have a portlet handle WebDav? or ...
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Issues about static injection in Spring?

I use spring-boot with spring xml in my project. I wrapper the DAOs in a DataAccessService class to serve as a DB service layer, both the service and the DAOs are injected in spring xml and used by ...
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issues about Spring initialization in different environment

I have some questions about spring's initialization in different environment. 1. In web container context, such as tomcat. I knew that spring can be initialized by declaring ...
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Should service layer catch all dao exceptions and wrap them as service exceptions?

I have three layer Spring web app: dao, service and controllers. A controller never calls directly the dao, it does it through the service layer. Right now, most of the time if there is dao exception ...
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Spring web application deployment infrastructure

I'm interested in hearing out what's out there in terms of tips and tricks on deploying and maintaining a Java web application whilst keeping agile. I'm running solo on a startup project I'd like to ...
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Implementing a universal timer for a game with multiple players in spring mvc

I am trying to create a simple online card game with multiple players. Basically, there's a dealer and multiple players. I have have already implemented most of the game and it's working fine. now I ...
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Java application structure: Horizontal vs vertical split

Having a bit of a debate about the starting project structure (using Maven/Eclipse) for a big Java application. Option 1: entities (i.e. the whole database using Hibernate classes-first) services ...
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Best solution for a large database transaction

I have a COBOL CICS process running on a mainframe legacy system. The process does over 2K DMLs in a highly concurrent DB environment. After each CRUD operation, the result is used to make further ...
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Spring Controllers and Services

we are at the middle of a project. It's a REST Service. Now we have controllers to handle the Requestmappings and the forwarding to the Services. A concrete example we have a UserController, ...
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Database Password problem when using GIT to manage project that uses Spring to initiate Datasource

I use Spring Framework to code my Web Service, using Dependency injection to inject a DataSource bean into the DAO bean that will be used by the Web Service. I have all the database properties(Url, ...
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blurry lines between web application context layer, service layer and data access layer in spring

I'll admit I'm a spring newbie, but you can correct me if I'm wrong, this one liner looks kinda fishy in a best practices sort of way: @RepositoryRestResource(collectionResourceRel="people"...) ...
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Multiple long polling requests: bad idea?

I am designing a web server that handles multiple things such as a user-to-user chat, a user-to-group chat, friends request, forum etc. The chats have to be real-time chats, the friends requests ...
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Spring bean injection into a hibernate validator constraint

I have a controller method like listed below whose argument is annotated with @Valid to validate PasswordChange object using a Hibernate validator @Constraint. Both PasswordChange and a sample ...
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Pooling (Singleton) Objects Against Connection Pools

Given the following scenario A canned enterprise application that maintains its own connection pool A homegrown client application to the enterprise app. This app is built using Spring framework, ...
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Is Spring Source Tool suite required for J2EE application development? [closed]

I am following a tutorial. The guy keeps on adding different plug-ins such as subclipse, maven, spring source tool suite, etc after setting up jdk, eclipse, tomcat. While installing spring, he was ...
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Which classes should be autowired by Spring (when to use dependency injection)?

I have been using Dependency Injection in Spring for some time now, and I understand how it works and what are some pros and cons of using it. However, when I'm creating a new class I often wonder - ...
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Difference between an architecture and a framework [closed]

A terminology question appeared when I was comparing EJB 3 and Spring. Wikipedia says that Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is a managed, server-side component architecture for modular construction ...
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Spring JDBC Template without DAO?

I am rather new to writing applications that interact with databases, and I'm curious about a project I'm working on. I have to write a very simple web app which is going to be displaying metric data ...
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Implementing an interface from a framework vs simple java interface

This concept is unclear with me. I have worked on several frameworks for an instance Spring. To implement a feature we always implement some interfaces provided by the framework. For an instance if ...
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Separating front end from back end - Tomcat

I'm currently working with a company that uses Java / Tomcat / Spring for the back end of our web applications. As a front-end developer, I'm feeling more and more strongly that the back end should be ...
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The Nature of Spring [duplicate]

Is it accurate to say that dependency injection manually using java (without spring) is nothing but implementing the strategy pattern (as per this example)? Furthermore, is it correct to say that ...
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How to integrate google search results in a spring mvc app

Here's what am trying to do (and searching for similar hasn't shown any results anywhere): On my website - provide an input box which will search google for results. I want to display those results ...
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How to properly use Hibernate

I am new to Hibernate so my question could be seen as a very straight forward one, also I will try not to be too generic (as I am always told off because of that), although as with all architectural ...
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What is bootstrap listener in the context of Spring framework?

I am studying Spring framework, in web.xml I added following which is a bootstrap listener. Can anyone give me a proper idea of what is a bootstrap listener? <listener> ...
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Options for implementing aggregate message processing [closed]

I am developing a web service in java that requires to do an asynchronous call to a 3rd party app by aggregating about 100 requests or for a minute (whichever happens earlier). Is there any open ...
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BlazeDS: Server DTO method naming convention

I have the following field in Flex: [Bindable] public var zIndex:uint; And I was trying to create the methods to process the calls in Java and I ran into a problem. 1. public int getZIndex(); // ...
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Multi-module web project with Spring and Maven

Assume we have a few projects, each containing some web resources (e.g., html pages). parent.pom +- web (war) +- web-plugin-1 (jar) +- web-plugin-2 (jar) ... Let's say web is the ...
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Scalable spring core with AMQP?

I use 3 standard Spring MVC war, which share a common core (Services, DAO, and Models). The main problem is when I plan to deploy all the 3 wars on a same server. I have the Core Application Context ...
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Could I have a real-world example of using the Spring scripting module in your Java application?

The Spring framework supports the use of scripting languages (specifically JRuby, Groovy and BeanShell) whereby a script in any of these can call Java code and vice versa. I have read that a possible ...
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Atmosphere + Long Polling : No message distribution?

I'm experiencing a strange behavior with Atmosphere + Long Polling. I'd like to have a broadcaster per user, so I have registered a broadcaster on resource suspension with id : /user/. I use ...
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Spring - Confusion over configuration?

Somewhere I read Spring offers convenience over configuration. But Spring folks are bringing in so much changes over the configuration , that I am now really getting confused to use the xml ...
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Singleton: Is Singleton an Anti-Pattern [duplicate]

Was reading an interesting blog post on Singleton design pattern which is so widely used. If it's stupid or as in some quora posts, its an anti-pattern why is it so widely used even in frameworks. ...
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Which is simpler for REST client call to return JSON - JQuery/JavaScript or Spring RestTemplate? [closed]

I've been trying to hack up an annotated Spring MVC web app but it's proving pretty hard to call a URL of my web app which fires a request to a remote API (UK Police data) and recieves a reply which I ...
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Should I make package private my DAO interfaces?

I have several DAO classes that implement an interface. In the other hand, I have Service classes that use those DAO implementations. So far all the DAO interfaces are public and I was thinking if ...
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How to do transaction management using Spring without Annotation?

I'm using Hibernate4.2 and Spring3.2 and I m doing transaction management using Spring without annotation (i.e. without @Transactional). How can I use Spring-transaction management without annotation ...
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How to choose between lightweight or heavyweight framework for web application

In my current role as a software developer in a Java/Spring/Hibernate/JSF shop, I am sometimes asked to develop large-scale web apps with many interfacing systems and/or large databases as well as ...
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Handling error message for a Spring MVC login form

This can apply to many error handling scenarios, but I'm curious about how to do it in a login scenario. Given this Spring controller method: @RequestMapping(value = "/account/login", method = ...
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Using akka actors with service spring beans

Do you think that using akka actors in front of transactional service beans, is a good idea ? Actors are waked up by a facade used by a client application, and actor use a message to handle right ...
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How can I scale spring application context?

I'm currently working on a project that need to be dynamically scaled on demand according to the need. My question is about scaling spring context. My web application has a classical multi module ...
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Should my login logic be part of the controller or a service in MVC webapp

I'm using Shiro as my security manager for a Spring MVC web application. The login basically happens in these lines: Subject user = SecurityUtils.getSubject(); user.login(new ...