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JAX-WS Change Endpoint Example

In this example, we will demonstrate how to change the service endpoint in a Java web service client application. 1. Introduction A web service (which is described in a WSDL file) can have one or more endpoints.  A web service endpoint is a URL used to locate and access a web service.  The endpoint is derived from the port and ...

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JAX-WS Gradle Example

In this post, we will demonstrate how to build a JAX-WS web service using Gradle. 1. Introduction Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) uses XML files for configuring services and for exchanging data. JAX-WS is commonly used for SOAP-based messaging. It uses Java API for XML Binding (JAXB) to marshal and unmarshal Java objects to XML and the reverse. Gradle ...

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Spring MVC 5 Servlet 3.0 MultipartConfigElement Example

In this post, we present a file upload Example using Spring MVC 5 Servlet 3.0 MultipartConfigElement. 1. Introduction Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) defines a standard for constructing multipart messages that have file attachments. Spring MVC does not handle multipart requests by default. It does, however, provide multipart support with MultipartResolver. The MultipartResolver parses inbound multipart requests. You can enable ...

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Spring Boot WAR Deployment Example

In this post, we feature a comprehensive Example on Spring Boot WAR Deployment. We will demonstrate how to convert a Spring Boot JAR web application to a WAR file that can be deployed to a servlet container. 1. Introduction Spring Boot has become very popular among web application developers. Spring Boot will automatically configure a DispatcherServlet and register HandlerMappings, Adapters, ...

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Spring Boot Hello World Example

In this post, we will demonstrate a Spring Boot Hello World application. 1. Introduction If you have worked with Spring projects in the past, you might agree that they require quite a bit of configuration. Some of this configuration is boilerplate code related to infrastructure and has nothing to do with business requirements. Spring Boot is a technology that will ...

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Java Servlet Hello World Example

Servlets are essentially the first and main technology in Java world capable of dynamic page generation, now in its version 4.0 (released on September 2017). The term suggests a new way to receive HTTP requests, process them and return the proper response to the clients, all of that through the extension of a server or a web container capabilities, such ...

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Java Servlet Container Example

In this article we will demonstrate deploying and running a simple web application via a servlet container. In addition to demonstrating how to run the sample web application using a servlet container will also show how to run the sample web application using maven from the command line. For this article we will make use of Tomcat 8.5.x both for ...

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Java Servlet File Download and File Upload Example

Hello readers, in this tutorial, we will show you how to set up the File Upload and Download functionality in a Servlet based Java web application.                     Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 What is Servlet? 1.2 Servlet File Upload 1.3 Servlet File Download 2. Java Servlet File Download and File ...

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Java Servlet Security Example

The @ServletSecurity annotation is used to define the access control or the security constraints to the servlets. In this tutorial, we will see how to configure the Basic Authentication in the servlets. 1. Introduction If developers are planning on using the Basic Authentication they must be aware that if they use the plain HTTP requests, the username, and password can ...

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Java Servlet Session Timeout Configuration Example

In this tutorial, we will show you how to set up the Session Timeout in a Servlet based web application. 1. Introduction Tomcat has a default timeout of 30 minutes but the default timeout depends on different web containers. The default session timeout in a web application can be configurable in two ways:         1.1 Session Timeout ...

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