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Jax-Ws AsyncHandler Example

In this example, we will show you how to implement an asynchronous SOAP web service and client using the AsyncHandler callback handler. 1. Introduction There are two ways to invoke a web service, synchronously and asynchronously. When invoking a web service synchronously, the client must wait for the response before resuming its work. When invoking a web service asynchronously, the ...

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JSF Datagrid Example

Hello, in this tutorial we will implement the Datagrid component in jsf and will use bootstrap – a responsive CSS framework to demonstrate the following, Products List Retrieving data from a managed bean and using the same in a result page This example will show you  how to integrate and implement the datagrid’s in a jsf application. 1. Introduction A ...

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XPath Union Operator Example

In this article we will learn about XPath Union operator. 1. Introduction XPath is a syntax for defining parts of an XML document and is a W3C recommendation. XPath uses path expressions to navigate in XML documents and contains a library of standard functions. XPath is a major element in XSLT and in XQuery. XPath can be used to navigate through elements and attributes ...

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JSF Datepicker Example

Hello, in this tutorial we will implement the datepicker component in jsf and we will use bootstrap – a responsive CSS framework to demonstrate the following, Registration Form Sending and retrieving data to and from a managed bean and using the same in output page This example will show how to integrate and implement the datepicker module in a jsf ...

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Git Commands Tutorial

If you are a software developer, there is a pretty good chance that you must have used version control software in one form or the other. Git has surged in popularity over the past few years succeeding SVN and CVS. With almost every open source project migrated to Git as a version control of choice, it currently seems like a de-facto ...

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Apache Camel Splitter Example

1. Introduction In this article, we will see an example of Splitter using Apache Camel. We will see an example of how we can use Apache Camel‘s Splitter to split an order into its items and process each item individually. 2. What is Splitter? The Splitter from the EIP patterns allows you to split a message into a number of pieces ...

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JSF Best Practices Tutorial

Hello, in this tutorial we will learn some important aspects of the best practices in JSF (i.e. we will talk about the scope and session management). Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Session Degradation & Why its Dangerous 2. Passing information to handlers 2.1 Setting a property on the Managed Bean 2.2 Adding parameters to the command component 2.3 Adding ...

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Spring Integration Adapter Example

Using messaging as communication medium to interact with different external systems is always a challenging task. There is always complexity around the connection mechanisms and transformation of the format across different systems. In this article, we are going to discuss about a useful component for Spring Integration-Adapters. 1. Introduction Adapter is the most important component for enterprise application integration. Adapter ...

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Java Nio Heartbeat Example

This article is a tutorial on implementing a simple Java NIO Heartbeat. This example will take the form of “n” number of “Broadcast” mode processes which will multicast data via UDP to “n” number of “Subscribe” processes that have expressed interest in receiving said traffic. 1. Introduction This article builds on three earlier articles on the subject of Java NIO, ...

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Jdbc Example For Beginners

1. Introduction In this example we will learn how to use JDBC shipped with Java SE. The purpose of JDBC is to make possible interaction with any database in a generic way. This is to hide such details which are specific to the database vendor and expose a generic interface for client applications. We will see how to connect to ...

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