Recently I had to evaluate an older encryption service that existed in an Java app. The service was written in the early days when the JCE was relatively new and it used BouncyCastle as the provider. While coded quite well the service had code which handled all sorts of the low level JCE stuff like […]Read More Simplified Java encryption with Jasypt
Ok so today I was working on some JUnit tests within Spring using AbstractTransactionalJUnit4SpringContextTests (yes, wow what a long class name). For those of you unfamiliar with this class, basically if you extend your unit test class from this class, every @Test annotated test method will run within a transaction, with the default behavior being […]Read More AbstractTransactionalJUnit4SpringContextTests Failing to Rollback in MySQL?