Integrating Spring with JMS


Java Messaging Service opened the door for modeling the asynchronous mode of communication. It provides a common way of sending and receiving messages by having a middle man, also called as Message Broker or Message oriented Middleware. Now with the capability of an asynchronous framework like JMS being integrated with Spring, it can take all […]

Developing JSF NetBeans 6.0


Before JSF was developed, Java web applications were typically developed using non-standard web application frameworks such as Apache Struts, Tapestry, Spring Web MVC, or many others. These frameworks are built on top of the Servlet and JSP standards, and automate a lot of functionality that needs to be manually coded whenusing these APIs directly. Having a wide variety […]

Functional Testing using Apache JMeter


Introduction to Functional Testing JMeter is found to be very useful and convenient in support of functional testing. Although JMeter is known more as a performance testing tool, functional testing elements can be integrated within the Test Plan, which was originally designed to support load testing. Many other load-testing tools provide little or none of this feature, restricting themselves […]

Web frameworks supported by Spring


Introduction Most of the web applications are implemented by Model-View-Controller(MVC) pattern. There are plenty of good frameworks use the MVC paradigm. Obviously, MVC becomes defacto standard for a web application because of it’s maintainability and clear separation of presentation layer and the business layer. Spring is one among the group, a lightweight container used in […]

Swing Extreme Testing : Learn Swing user interface testing strategy


The ‘Ikon Do It’ application has a Save as function that allows the icon on which we are currently working to be saved with another name. Activating the Save as button displays a very simple dialog for entering the new name. The following fi gure shows the ‘Ikon Do It’ Save as dialog. Not all values are allowed as […]

JDBC connection in JDeveloper with MySQL database


The Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API is used to access a SQL database from a Java application. JDBC also supports tabular data sources, such as a spreadsheet. Oracle JDeveloper is a free Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for modeling, developing, debugging, optimizing, and deploying Java applications. JDeveloper 10g is used to develop J2EE applications comprising the JSPs, […]

How to develop Spring Framework MVC application in NetBeans?


This is a step-by-step guide on how to develop a Spring Framework MVC application from scratch using NetBeans.Spring is basically a technology committed to enabling you to build applications using Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs). It enables you to develop components as POJOs containing only our business logic, while the framework takes care of the […]

Email Integration in Spring Framework


1)Introduction The Spring Framework provides a supportive utility library for sending email that shields the user from the essentials of the core mailing system and is dependable for low level resource handling on behalf of the customer. Spring Framework uses the following package as a root level package for the email support: org.springframework.mail MailSender is […]

Struts 2.0 and Spring


In this post, I will describe how to do the same using Struts 2.0. The only major step that needs to be done here is to override the default Struts 2.0 OjbectFactory. Changing the ObjectFactory to Spring give control to Spring framework to instantiate action instances etc. Most of the code is from the previous […]

Circular Linked List in Java


Had to implement a circular linked list recently. Here’s my take, suggestions are welcome. The list can be parameterized for any type which has a meaningful equals method defined. The main method shows a sample usage of the Circular linked list with the String type. Only add, remove and size method are implemented. also read: […]