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I am using Spring 1.2.7.
I am demarcating transactions using XML configuration, not annotations.
I am configuring a bean, specifically wrapping a method "record..." within a transaction...
Is there a out-of-the-box way to integrate caching provider such as eh cache.
I have a database table that changes on rare occasions.
I would like to have a Quarts job that loads this relatively small table
into memory and refereshes it.
I am interested in using...
To answer my own question:
If I need String object from JNDI (in this example bound as forward.url), and if I want to store it to the bean named forwardURL I would do something like:
I have a simple scenario and I hope that someone can give me a good and simple tip on how to accomplish it using Spring.
I have URL (a String) set as a JNDI environment entry in
<bean id="myBean" lazy-init="true" class="org.springframework.ejb.access.SimpleRemoteStatelessSessionProxyFactoryBean">
I have configured a EJB session bean "myBean" using the
Its properties are set as:
I know that documentation is still being written for this, but can anyone from Spring team share a piece of code that demonstrates how to utilize @Transaction with attributes such as...
Is it possible to expose IO streams directly using the HttpInvoker as a remoting implementation?
If the version of your Oracle system is relatively new I would suggest using
Oracle Advanced Queueing (AQ) for messaging and notification between those two systems. AQ is JMS compliant, but it also...
To answer my own question and to help others who may ask the same:
If the HttpInvokerProxyFactoryBean is used only than
clients would only need a spring jar plus the jar that holds the interfaces...
Never mind my previous post - I found it.
For DIGEST you would set this parameter on the client object:
List authPrefs = new ArrayList(1);
Can anyone suggest how would this code differ if we would use a DIGEST algorithm for authentication.
What are the minimal jars required on the client, so that it can access Spring beans remotely that were exposed using the org.sprfr.remoting.httpinvoker.HttpInvokerServiceExporter as described...
Thank you Alef,
Can you also tell me please what are the spring dependencies on the client side if I want to use Spring HTTPInvoker?
Are there any special requirements in terms of declared and runtime exceptions for the services that are remotely exposed using HttpInvoker.
For example (abbreviated):
Do you know which version of Spring started supporting abstract beans?`1
I currently use a bean definition inheritance extensively:
<bean name="/myBean" class="mypackage.MyBean">
Quick description of the problem:
There is table on the database that gets updated by the database trigger.
We need a lifecylce "monitor" in the J2EE app that would react to the
Thanks for the response. This is what I actually had in mind with this question:
I may have a MyRequestProcessor that extends spring's DelegatingTilesRequestProcessor.
We have a custom request processor that overrides processRole.
I need your suggestion how to configure and wire this custom request processor in application context?[/color]
We could also...
I am trying to implement a "Point to Point" example from the JBossMQ
using the Spring framework.
This example calls for the following JNDI entries in jndi.properties
Thanks James. I'll give it a try, and if everything goes according to my plans with Spring and JMS I will post some "HOW TO" examples.
If you have some helpful pointers or examples please send...
Thanks to both of you guys. You helped me move in the right direction.