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Jax-Ws Attachment Example

In this example, we will show you how to exchange files with a SOAP web service using attachments. 1. Introduction You may need to send or receive binary data, such as an image file or a PDF file, in a SOAP message. If the binary data is large, it would be inefficient to send it as part of a typical ...

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Apache ActiveMQ Advisory Example

In this example, we will be discussing about Apache ActiveMQ Advisory. But before we start 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 ActiveMQ is a java based implementation of JMS. ActiveMQ acts as a message broker. It is open source and helps in asynchronous message transfer ...

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JSF Crud Application Example

Hello, in the previous example we learned how to create a JSF Bootstrap application. In this tutorial we will implement the CRUD operations and will use bootstrap – a responsive CSS framework to demonstrate the following: Student Form Database Operations Sending and retrieving data to and from a managed bean This example will show how to develop a simple CRUD ...

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JUnit Example For Rest Web Services

In this example, we shall show users how they can test a REST service with the help of the JUnit. We will use the Jersey and REST assured for this example. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Technologies Used 3. What is Jersey? 4. What is REST assured? 5. Project SetUp 6. JUnit Example for REST Web Services 6.1 Java ...

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Java Nio Echo Server Tutorial

This article is a tutorial on implementing a simple Java NIO “echo server”. This example will take the form of a rather simple client server application whereby a client or many clients will connect to a running server and post message(s) to the server which will in turn be “echoed” back to the respective clients. 1. Introduction This article builds ...

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Apache Solr Hello World Example

1. Introduction Apache Solr is a powerful tool for real-time enterprise search. It is a REST-API based open source tool. It’s main functionalities are indexing and searching. It’s core search functionality is built using Apache Lucene Framework and has some excellent optimization features. It is written in Java Language. Features of Apache Solr Open source tool Advanced full text search ...

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Jboss Drools Facthandle Example

Hello Readers, in this article we will take a look on what is the FactHandle and how this works inside a drools engine implementing a example of this to ilustrate this feautre. Before starting, check the requirements related to technologies and frameworks used to this example below: Maven 3.3.9 Jboss Studio 10.3 Drools Engine 7.0  JDK 1.8.0_71 1. Introduction Before ...

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Java Nio Asynchronous Channels Tutorial

This article is a tutorial on the Asynchronous Channels API which was released as part of Java 7. The API can be viewed here. The example code will demonstrate use of the core abstractions of this API and will capture the essence of using the API. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Technologies used 3. API interaction 4. AsynchronousChannel 5. ...

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Java 9 New Features Tutorial

1. Introduction In this example, I would like to show you how to get started with Java 9 and write a simple Hello World program. Here, I present a simple example to get started along with details of some of the important new features. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Getting Started 3. Running a Hello World program on Java 9 4. ...

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JSF Bootstrap Example

Hello, in the previous example we learned how to create a sample JSF-HelloWorld application. In this tutorial we will use bootstrap – a responsive CSS framework to convert a boring JSF page into an attractive looking form and a table displaying the form output. We will use the simple structure and will demonstrate the following: Student form Sending and retrieving ...

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