The focus of javaFX as a tool is on the client rich interactive visualization of content; it can be a suitable candidate to interface your next enterprise application when merged with JavaEE modules. Read on to learn more.
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CDI and EJB 3.1 are complementary technologies for building powerful Web applications on the Java EE 6 platform. Find out how their synergy works.
Use the power of ServiceLocatorFactoryBean to define conditional factories in Spring XML without any of the usual method injection limitations.
The Java Community Process (JCP) Executive Committee votes in favor of JSR 342 for Java EE 7, clearing the way for the more cloud-optimized spec.
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The CDI qualifiers in Java EE 6 allow you to qualify an injection point to specify exactly which bean must be injected.
Spring WS 2.0 introduces a new integration testing module, spring-ws-test, which makes writing integration tests for both client- and server-side code very easy.
You don't have to settle for the standard GlassFish authentication form. Using JSF and PrimeFaces, you can add some style to those forms.
What makes the new Spring Web Service 2.0 release the best Java stack for SOAP-based Web services?
Using the CDI @Alternative annotation, you can configure your Java EE 6 application for different deployments.
Learn how to configure the log4j-related properties of a Java application deployed in a clustered environment.
This comprehensive guide introduces EclipseLink, the reference implementation of JPA, and shows you how to use it in JPA 2 applications.
Find out what application-centric management is and how to apply it to J2EE applications in the cloud.
Learn the benefits and architecture of the Java Persistence API (JPA), and then find out how it works and how to implement it.
Build a JMX timer MBean solution using this six-step approach. You'll rapidly implement an enterprise-level system that delivers scalability and reliability on par with SOA.
Learn how to extend the Spring Security framework to address multi-tenant SaaS requirements for authentication and authorization.
Get to know the major advancements that JPA 2 introduced in its API, the Java Persistence Query Language (JPQL) and the persistence.xml configuration file.