Tag Archives: jee

Generating garbage…

At JCrete the last couple of years I’ve had the pleasure to be socializing with, among others, HFT people like Peter Lawrey and Martin Thompson. Those HFT dudes really makes me thinking when I’m implementing stuff. Thinking about how much … Continue reading

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Yeah, I know, this isn’t rocket science. But it is rather nice 🙂 So, I’m working on this JEE project, backed by an Oracle database. Some of my work involves refactoring CMP 2.1 entities into JPA entities. Here I’m faced … Continue reading

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Salesforce wsc: ConnectionException should have been Fault

This is the first article where I discuss details or issues using wsc (JAVA) on an Oracle WebLogic platform to integrate Customer Legacy systems with Salesforce CRM. In some environments (specifically the WLS 10.3.5 used as production environment at my … Continue reading

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usl4j – Ultra Simple Logging for JAVA

Back in the late 90’ties when I started programming JAVA there were no standard way of logging in JAVA programs. One usually just used System.out.println(), System.err.println() and Exception.printStacktrace(). Often applications would build homemade logging frameworks that would also log information … Continue reading

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Securing J[2]EE applications, part 3

In this third article, the samples are modified to be run on JBoss (4.0.3+) and JavaDB (Derby version 10.2). The first article showed how to setup Glassfish authentication with only a single database table. The second article evovled the simple … Continue reading

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Securing J[2]EE applications, part 2

The first part, Securing J[2]EE applications, part 1, discusses a simple setup where a single database table, 2 views and a correctly configured jdbcRealm could handle the most basic authentication and authorization requirements. This second article discusses a few enhancements … Continue reading

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Securing J[2]EE applications, part 1

I’m writing a few articles about securing J2EE applications. The setup is a Glassfish v2 as application server and PostgreSQL v8.3 as database server, keeping it open-source and free 🙂 This first part discusses a simple setup where only a … Continue reading

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Real world distributed transactions in J2EE – Not ?

I’m on this project where we develop a component. This is a J2EE component, it has its own database and it does some mainframe communication. This component is to be deployed on a WebSphere application server, version 6.1 (WAS). The … Continue reading

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