Recent use-case with microservices using spring cloud and docker
To sum it up; Dropwizard rocks. I've done quite a bit of WS development both the on client side and server side; interacting with both SOAP, REST and variants of XML/JSON RPC hybrid services. For my latest project I need to expose a set of REST services to a myriad of clients: phones, fat JS … Continue reading Dropwizard Java REST services
Today I pushed up some source to Github for a utility I was previously working on to load data from USPS AIS data files into HBase/Mysql using Hadoop mapreduce and simpler data loaders. Source @ https://github.com/bitsofinfo/usps-ais-data-loader This project was originally started to create a framework for loading data files from the USPS AIS suite of … Continue reading USPS AIS bulk data loading with Hadoop mapreduce
For those of you out there who would like to get Restlet 2.0 (currently the M5) release up integrated with your existing Spring application, hopefully this post will be of some help. I recently had to do this and unfortunately the documentation related to Spring integration on the Restlet site is scattered across various docs … Continue reading Integrating Restlet with Spring
This post will be short and sweet, but for those of you using Spring Security and come across this exception, hopefully this post will be of some help to you. Here is the exception: I received this exception today when I began to add some http/web level security into my application which already had some … Continue reading AccessDecisionManager does not support secure object class…
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 … Continue reading AbstractTransactionalJUnit4SpringContextTests Failing to Rollback in MySQL?
This is a review of the book "Spring Recipes" by Gary Mak I picked up this book as a supplement to the "Spring in Action" 1st/2nd editions that I have. This book takes the same approach as the O'Reilly Cookbook series and covers Spring 2.5. Basically it is a task/problem oriented book. Each little section … Continue reading Review: Spring Recipes
This is a review for "Spring in Action" 2nd Edition by Craig Walls Spring in Action covers 2.0. The book is excellent and walks the reader through the basics of IoC, bean injection, AOP and then on to virtually every major component of this framework. For the database side of things, they cover basic JDBC … Continue reading Review: Spring in Action