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Satya Choudhury
Satya Choudhury is a IT professional with over 23+ years of experience in multiple technologies such as Java, IBM AS/400 (iSeries) and Web (PHP, Vuejs, Codeigniter, Bootstrap, etc.). Apart from programming he also possess excellent UI/UX design skills and runs his own store at http://satyatunes.com.

JBoss WildfFly Logging Configuration Example

1. Introduction In this example we will review the WildFly logging subsystems. We will apply the configuration to a Web application to generate a separate log files for our application instead of writing it to default server log file. 1.1 WildFly WildFly is an application server written in Java that implements Java EE specification. It’s a fast and lightweight server. ...

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JBoss WildFly NetBeans Example

1. Introduction In this example we will download and install the JBoss WildFly application server. We will integrate it with NetBeans so that we can manage it from NetBeans. Finally, we will develop a web application and deploy it on the server to demonstrate the successful integration. 1.1 JBoss WildFly In 1999, Marc Fleury implemented the EJB API from J2EE ...

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JDBC HSQLDB Tutorial

In this tutorial we will review HSQLDB basics. Then we will write a simple Java application to demonstrate how to access and interact with an HSQLDB database using JDBC. 1. JDBC HSQLDB – Introduction HSQLDB stands for Hyper Structured Query Language Database. It’s a relational database management system written in Java. It supports JDBC interface for database access. It offers ...

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JDBC Driver Types Example

1. Introduction In this example we will review different JDBC Driver Types. We will write a simple Java application to demonstrate how to use JDBC connectivity steps to access an SQLite database. JDBC stands for Java DataBase Connectivity. It was introduced in Java Development Kit (JDK) version 1.1. It’s an application programming interface (API) that allows Java programs to interact ...

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JSF Application NetBeans Example

1. Introduction In this example we will demonstrate how to create a JSF Application in NetBeans. Our application will display a simple form to the user asking to enter their name. When they submit the form we will display a welcome message. The name field is mandatory so leaving it blank will display an error message. First Let’s find out ...

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