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Spring Integration Splitter Example

1. Introduction Spring Integration provides many components for processing messages before they reach their end point. Splitter is the component that breaks down a message into multiple messages based on specific criteria. The benefit is that after splitting, the system can apply separate business logic on each part. For example, in an order management system, separate parts of the order ...

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Apache ActiveMQ Failover Example

Apache ActiveMQ is an open source messaging server written in Java, which implements JMS 1.1 specifications. In this example, I will demonstrate how to configure a group of AMQ brokers to make the system fault-tolerant. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Apache ActiveMQ Server Installation 3. Apache ActiveMQ Server Configuration 3.1 Two Standalone ActiveMQ Brokers 3.2 Master/Slave ActiveMQ Brokers 3.3 ...

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Java Servlet Database Connectivity Example

Servlets are modules of the Java code that run in a server application to answer the client requests. In this tutorial, we will explain and show you how to connect the servlet to the database. 1. Introduction Servlet is a Java program which exists and executes in the J2EE servers and is used to receive the HTTP protocol request, process ...

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Java Servlet Cookie Methods Example

Servlets are modules of the Java code that run in a server application to answer the client requests. In this tutorial, we will show you how to store the user information in the cookie object and access it in the Servlet. 1. Introduction Servlet is a Java program which exists and executes in the J2EE servers and is used to ...

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Java Servlet HTTP Response Headers Example

Servlets are modules of the Java code that run in a server application to answer the client requests. In this tutorial, we will explain and show you how to use the HTTP response headers in the Servlet page. 1. Introduction Servlet is a Java program which exists and executes in the J2EE servers and is used to receive the HTTP ...

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Java Servlet HTTP Request Headers Example

Servlets are modules of the Java code that run in a server application to answer the client requests. In this tutorial, we will explain and show you how to display the HTTP header information of a request in the Servlet page. 1. Introduction Servlet is a Java program which exists and executes in the J2EE servers and is used to ...

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Java Servlet XAMPP Tutorial

In this article we will briefly discuss what Xampp (Apache + MariaDB + PHP + Perl) (pronounced “shamp”) is and how to “run” a Java Servlet application from it using linux. I use the word run in the loosest possible sense as the Servlet application will actually be driven from inside Tomcat which will be proxied to from Xampp or ...

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Java Servlet Bean Example

Servlets are modules of the Java code that run in a server application to answer the client requests. In this tutorial, we will explain how to handle the JavaBean in a Servlet. 1. Introduction Servlet is a Java program which exists and executes in the J2EE servers and is used to receive the HTTP protocol request, process it and send ...

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Java Swing Drag and Drop Example

This example will help us to know about how to enable drag feature for different components and how to customize drag and drop feature for custom flavors. 1. Introduction In case we wish to transfer data from one UI component (Where applicable) to another, one way to carry it out is cut+ paste or copy+ paste. In this case data ...

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Spring Integration Kafka Tutorial

1. Introduction Apache Kafka started as an internal project at LinkedIn to solve the problem of scaling up the enterprise architecture from services talking to each other with strong typing contracts to an asynchronous message-based architecture. Both message persistence and high throughput were the goals of their new system. In addition, messages were required to be acknowledged in order and ...

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