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Gilbert Lopez
Gilbert Lopez is an application developer and systems integration developer with experience building business solutions for large and medium-sized companies. He has worked on many Java EE applications. His roles on projects have included lead developer, systems analyst, business analyst and consultant. Gilbert graduated from from California State University in Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business.

Spring Boot Application Properties Example

In this example, we will demonstrate how to configure a Spring Boot application using the application.properties file. 1. Introduction Spring Boot is an application development solution that will automatically configure your Spring application for you, helping you get your project up and running as quickly as possible.  It will consider the dependencies in your project and will use an opinionated ...

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Java 11 String Class New Methods Example

In this example, we will discuss the new methods of the String class introduced in Java version 11. 1. Introduction Every Java release comes with some new features.  Many of the features arise from inconsistencies of earlier releases.  Others are due to the ever-changing landscape of technology.  In this article, we will cover the new methods that were added to ...

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JAX-WS HTTPS Example

1. Introduction In this example, we will show how to configure HTTPS on a JAX-WS web service and client. Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (or HTTPS) is an enhanced version of the HTTP protocol.  It adds a layer of security to connections between a client (for example, a web browser or email client) and a server.  HTTPS uses encryption for protecting ...

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JAX-WS Client from WSDL Example

In this example, we demonstrate how to generate a JAX-WS client from a WSDL file. 1. Introduction Web services are software applications that exchange messages over the internet.  A web service client sends a request and the web service provider returns a response. In general, there are two types of web services, SOAP-based and RESTful-based. In Java, the specifications used ...

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JAX-WS Change Endpoint Example

In this example, we will demonstrate how to change the service endpoint in a Java web service client application. 1. Introduction A web service (which is described in a WSDL file) can have one or more endpoints.  A web service endpoint is a URL used to locate and access a web service.  The endpoint is derived from the port and ...

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JAX-WS Gradle Example

In this post, we will demonstrate how to build a JAX-WS web service using Gradle. 1. Introduction Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) uses XML files for configuring services and for exchanging data. JAX-WS is commonly used for SOAP-based messaging. It uses Java API for XML Binding (JAXB) to marshal and unmarshal Java objects to XML and the reverse. Gradle ...

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JAX-WS Dependencies Example

In this post, we present a JAX-WS web services example using Maven dependency configuration. 1. Introduction Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) uses XML files for configuring services and for exchanging data. JAX-WS is generally used for SOAP-based messaging. It relies on Java API for XML Binding (JAXB) to marshal and unmarshal Java objects to XML documents and the reverse. You ...

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Git Abort Merge Example

In this post, we present a Git Abort Merge Example. 1. Introduction Merging branches is an important operation when working with Version Control Systems (VCSs). One feature that makes Git standout among other VCSs is its branching mechanism. The mechanism used by Git to create and manage branches is both lightweight and efficient in comparison to other VCSs. Because branching ...

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Git Add Submodule Example

In this post, we feature a comprehensive Example on Git Add Submodule. 1. Introduction An important concept in software development is reusability. When working on a software project you may have situations where a function or method is used in many places of an application. Rather than interspersing the function/method code throughout the application, it is useful to place it ...

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Git Orphan Branch Example

In this post, we present a Git Orphan Branch Example. 1. Introduction In general, when you create a new branch off branch “master” you inherit its commit history. The exception is an orphan (or disconnected) branch. An orphan branch does not have a parent-child relationship to the master branches’ commits. Most commits have one parent commit, one obvious exception being ...

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