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Neha Goel
Neha holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Science and Engineering. Currently she is working as a Sr. Programmer Analyst for a client in USA and has a total of 9+ years of Java/J2EE experience.Her expertise includes participation in all stages of SDLC. She has experience with multiple web based and enterprise based applications. She has a very impressive understanding in Object oriented architecture, analysis, design and software development using latest technologies like Java, J2EE , Restful Services, Spring, Hibernate, JDBC, JSP, Servlets, GWT, ATG etc.

JBoss Drools Fusion Tutorial

This tutorial is all about JBoss Drools Fusion. Before proceeding with this article, lets assume that readers have a basic knowledge into JBoss Drools and working of a Java n-tier application. To brief, Drools is a Business Rules Management System (BRMS) solution. It provides a core Business Rules Engine (BRE), a web authoring and rules management application (Drools Workbench) and ...

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JBoss Drools Spreadsheet Example

This example illustrates JBoss Drools Spreadsheet Example. Before proceeding with this article, we assume readers have a basic knowledge about how a Java n-tier application works. We also assume readers have good understanding of JBoss Drools. For more information on JBoss Drools please refer the article JBoss Drools Best Practices. 1. Introduction As we already know, Drools is a Rule Engine ...

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JBoss Drools Best Practices Tutorial

This example illustrates JBoss Drools and its best practices. We will also cover terminology used with Drools with little explanation. Before we proceed with this article, lets assume that readers have basic knowledge about how a Java n-tier application works. In brief, any Java enterprise level application can be split into three parts: UI – User Interface (Frontend/presentation layer) Service ...

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Java XPathConstants Example

In this example, we will be discussing about Java class XPathConstants with an example. Before we start with this article, it is expected that we have a basic understanding of XML. In brief, XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language, which is designed to store and transport data. It is both human and machine readable. 1. Introduction XPath is a standard syntax recommended by ...

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Java XPathFactory Example

In this example, we will see what is java XPathFactory and its usage with example. Before we start with this article, it is expected that we have a basic understanding of XML. XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language, which is designed to store and transport data. It is both human and machine readable. 1. Introduction XPathFactory is an abstract class in java ...

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Maven Resolve Missing Artifact Error Example

In this example, we will be discussing about how to resolve “Missing Artifact” error while using Maven. Before we start with this article, it is expected that we have a basic understanding of how software development works with Java. It would also be good if we have an exposure to software build and deployment process to understand the usage and ...

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Apache Maven “Hello World” Example

In this example, we will discuss about Apache Maven “Hello World” Example. Before we start with this article, it is expected that we have a basic understanding of how software development works with Java. It would also be good if we have an exposure to software build and deployment process to understand the usage and the working of the Apache ...

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Apache Ant Java Debug Example

In this example, we will discuss about Apache Ant Java Debug Example. Before we start with this article, it is expected to have knowledge of Java, Apache Ant, and software build and deployment process so that we understand the usage of Apache Ant. For more information about Apache Ant installation and configuration with a basic Java example, please refer to Apache ...

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Apache Ant Java Task Example

In this example , we will be discussing about using Apache Ant with Java. Before we start with our example, it is expected that we have a basic understanding of how software development works with java.  It would also be good if we have an exposure to software build and deployment process to understand the usage and the working of ...

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Apache ActiveMQ BrokerService Example

Using this example, we will be learning about Apache ActiveMQ BrokerService and various other ways in which a broker in ActiveMQ can be started and configured. But before we begin with our example, it is expected that we have a basic understanding of JMS concepts, ActiveMQ and Java/J2EE. JMS stands for Java Messaging API and Apache ActiveMQ is an open source message broker written in ...

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