AXIS 2.0 Architecture

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Looking into Axis 2.0What This Book Covers This book is organized in a such a way that it will lead you to gain a very good understanding of Web Services and AXIS 2.0. At the end of the book, you will have become familiar with most of the commonly used AXIS 2.0 features and concepts. You will be […]

New Features in Servlets 3.0

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Introduction This article covers most of the important features available as part of Servlet 3.0 specification. Note that the Servlet 3.0 specification constantly keeps changing frequently with the reviews coming in and the features and the API’s mentioned in this article is based on the specification that is available in JCP for public review as […]

New Features in Spring 2.5

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Introduction This article provides a basic introduction to the new features that are available in Spring 2.5. This article provides no aim in explaining about the fundamentals of Spring framework as well as the related theories. For a more fundamental understanding, refer Introduction to Spring. The article initially begins by explaining about the common annotations […]

What is RSS and Atom?

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About this book RSS and Atom are the most widely used of many content syndication formats that have developed over the last few years to address the need to distribute and receive streams of content from websites and applications. Sites syndicate content for a broad variety of reasons, from replacing email as a medium for […]

Short and Long-Running Processes in SOA

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What This Book Covers SOA Cookbook covers process-oriented SOA. BPEL is the best-known language in this area, and this book presents numerous BPEL examples. It also studies proprietary vendor process languages such as TIBCO’s BusinessWorks and BEA’s Weblogic Integration. If you are building SOA processes in the field, chances are you are using one of […]

EJB 3.0 Entity Manager

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Entities are classes that need to be persisted; their state is stored outside the application, typically in a relational database. Unlike session beans, entities do not have business logic other than validation. As well as storing such entities, we want to query, update, and delete them. also read: Java EE Tutorials EJB Interview Questions EJB 3 Web Services […]

Integrating Spring with JMS

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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

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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

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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

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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 […]