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JSF Resource Bundles Example

In this example we will show you how to use resource bundles in Java Server Faces. Resource bundles in JSF are key value pair of strings stored in .properties file extension. Resource ...
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TestNG Spring Integration Example

In this article, we will go through a few examples of TestNG and spring integration. Before we start with the examples, let me first brief you on the goal of spring’s integration ...
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Gradle “Hello World” Tutorial

In this post we’ll look at Gradle, its installation and configuration, and how to automate stages of development and release of software through its base concept, the Gradle tasks. 1. ...
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Maven SLF4J integration example

In this example, we shall show you how to integrate Apache Maven with SLF4J. Apache Maven is a software project management and comprehension tool. It provides powerful features like ...
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TestNG Listeners Example

This article aims to introduce you to TestNG listeners and show you an example for each of the listeners. In TestNG, a listener is represented by the marker interface org.testng.ITestNGListener. ...
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XPath starts-with example

In this example we will learn how to use starts-with function of XPath. We will start with the introduction of XPath – what it is and how to use it, then we will see the working ...
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Tomcat server.xml Configuration Example

Almost every application container will have some form of a server.xml file. It’s basically where every meta-data or configurations that the container needs for it to complete ...
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XPath get attribute value example

Continuing on our previous example on how to search for a text using XPath, we shall demonstrate how to get an attribute value from an XPath Node. As we already know, the @ attribute ...
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Tomcat tomcat-users.xml configuration example

This article describes the configuration of the tomcat-users.xml file for Apache Tomcat 7 web server. tomcat-users.xml is the default user database for container-managed authentication ...
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Reloadable properties file with Spring using Apache Commons Configuration

In this example we shall show you how to create an auto-reloadable application properties file with Spring using Apache Commons Configuration. Our previous example, shows how to load ...
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