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Author Archives: Joormana Brahma

Joormana Brahma
She has done her graduation in Computer Science and Technology from Guwahati, Assam. She is currently working in a small IT Company as a Software Engineer in Hyderabad, India. She is a member of the Architecture team that is involved in development and quite a bit of R&D. She considers learning and sharing what has been learnt to be a rewarding experience.

Spring Batch Admin Tutorial

Spring Batch Admin exposes a web-based user interface featuring an admin console for Spring Batch applications and systems. This tutorial shows how to set up a Spring Batch Job and then monitor it using the User Interface offered by Spring Batch Admin. The example will use the following tools and libraries. Eclipse Helios Maven 2.2 Tomcat 7 Spring 4.0.5.RELEASE Spring ...

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Spring Batch Listeners Example

In this article we will talk about the concept of Listeners as provided by the Spring Batch framework. Listeners are the entities that help to intercept the execution of a Job or a Step and allow the user to perform some functionality. The article will be driven by an XML based Spring Batch example. Following are the tools that would ...

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Spring Batch Partitioning Example

Most often, batch processing using Spring Batch is carried out in a single-threaded, single process operation. But sometimes, one may need to have other complex implementations to facilitate parallel processing. In this article, we will discuss one such approach that is by Partitioning a Step. It will be driven by an XML based example code. Tools used in the example ...

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Spring Batch JobRepository Example

In this article we will discuss the concept of a JobRepository used in the Spring Batch framework. It is an interface with SimpleJobRepository being its simplest implementation floated by the framework. Of course, as with most things in Spring, one can have a customized implementation of a JobRepository as well. To demonstrate the concept of a JobRepository, we will cook ...

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Spring Batch Scheduler Example

In this article we present a simple example of using Spring Batch Scheduler. We will demonstrate how to configure a job and then trigger it periodically using the Spring Batch Scheduler. This example will be based on XML configuration. Following are the tools and libraries used in this example. Eclipse Helios Spring 4.0.5.RELEASE Spring Batch 3.0.4.RELEASE JDBC 4.0.5.RELEASE HSQL 1.8.0.7 ...

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Spring Batch Quartz Example

In this article we present an example of scheduling a Spring Batch job to run with a Quartz scheduler. This will be a simple job that executes a Tasklet. We will use an HSQL(which is an in-memory) database table. The Tasklet will be scheduled to read some data from the table periodically. The sections have been organized as shown below. ...

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Spring Batch Job Example

In this article we present an example of setting up a Spring Batch Job that reads data from a CSV file and writes them to an XML file. We will use Spring’s JobLauncherTestUtils to fire the job. The full example code is available for download at the end of the article. But before we delve into the example code, we ...

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Spring Batch Tasklet Example

Introduction In this article we are going to present an example that demonstrates the working of Spring Batch Tasklet. We will configure a Spring Batch job that reads data from a CSV file into an HSQL database table and then in the Tasklet make a query into the table. As always, the example code is available for download at the ...

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JAX-RS Security Example

1. Introduction Security is an important aspect of web-services. Security can be ensured at several different application layers. The Oracle document here propounds different mechanisms of implementing security. In this article we are going to keep it simple and demonstrate how transport layer security could be introduced. So we are going to cook-up a simple jax-rs application that entertains some ...

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JAX-RS Client Example

1. Introduction In this article we are going to present an example code of writing a JAX-RS Client. As the reader would be aware JAX-RS API is a standard to simplify the writing of RESTful Web Services and their clients in Java. This will be a Jersey Client and we will assume that we have a Server already set-up that ...

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