PrimeFaces + Spring Data + Redis Integeration

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This tutorial guides you through the integration between various frameworks, Primefaces, Spring Data & Redis Key/Value database. We have published tutorials about these topics earlier and you can refer them for the detailed discussion on each topic. This tutorial assumes that reader had enough knowledge on those topics and will be able to integration of these […]

PrimeFaces + Spring Data + MongoDB Integration

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This tutorial guides you through the integration of various frameworks like PrimeFaces, Spring Data and MongoDB. In our previous tutorials, we have explained more about the each topics PrimeFaces, Spring Data & MongoDB. Here a simple example for using the Registration form where the details will be finally stored in the MongoDB database. Connect With Us : Google+ […]

Spring Data REST Exporter

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This tutorial provides the detailed instruction on how to use Spring Data REST project in your Spring MVC applications to export your JPA entities. The greatest advantage of using the Spring Data REST is that, it easily exports the entities and made available through the HTTP protocol. Using Spring Data REST repository exporter project, you […]

Spring Roo + Spring Data + MongoDB Repositories Integration

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Since Spring Data includes support for MongoDB repositories, we can use MongoDB as a persistence option when using Roo. We just won’t have the option of using the active record style for the persistence layer, we can only use the repositories. Other than this difference, the process is very much the same as for a Spring ROO […]

Spring Roo + Spring Data JPA Repositories + Eclipse Integration

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Spring Roo is a rapid application development tool for Java developers. With Roo, you can easily build full Java applications in minutes. This tutorial isn’t intended for providing full coverage for Spring Roo, rather it should spot the focus to provide a good introduction for using Spring Data inside those applications that built with Spring […]

Spring Data Redis Example

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As you’ve read about Redis Installation & Configuration, you’re mostly understand the main concept of Redis database. Redis is an extremely high-performed, lightweight data store. It provides key/value data access to persistent byte arrays, lists, sets and hash data structures. So, the insertion, deletion and retrieve operations inside Redis becomes very simple how we have worked with using of Map, […]

Spring Data Neo4j Tutorial

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This tutorial presents a well explained example application for using Spring Data Neo4j. In my previous article, I have explained about the Neo4j database installation in your Windows 7 system. If you’ve experienced installation of Neo4j into your machine, you’ve got the sense that multiple written lines won’t be enough for affecting you knowing how the […]

Redis Key/Value Database Installation And Configuration Windows 7

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Redis is an extremely high-performance, lightweight data store. It provides key/value data access to persistent byte arrays, lists, sets, and hash data structures. It supports atomic counters and also has an efficient topic-based pub/sub messaging functionality. Redis servers can also be clustered together to provide for very flexible deployment. It’s easy to interact with Redis from the command line using […]

Neo4j Graph Database Installation And Configuration Windows 7

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Graph database is one of the newly adopted databases that revolved around non relational concept for orchestrating its data. One of the most popular Graph database is Neo4j that’s leading implementation of a property graph database. It’s written in Java and leverages a custom storage format and the facilities of the Java Transaction Architecture (JTA) to provide XA transactions. […]

Spring Data JPA + Querydsl Integration

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As you’ve get introduced at Spring Data – JPA, about Inquiring entities using all of those benefits that provided by Repository. So, either you are using those default methods such as findOne() and findAll() or you are using those User-Defined ones that depends on the Query Derivation concept, you are almost getting headache, because of those many details that […]