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I have a spring based gwt project. On gwt client side I have an abstract class.
Currently, "id" is hardcoded value and I can replace it with some getters and setters.
But I am looking for a possibility where this id which is on gwt client side, can be injected via a spring bean xml file ? I googled and found something called gin from google, but I am not sure how to do this and will gin really do what I am looking for ?
I was trying to download and install Apache Web Server (httpd) but when I go to Apache site http://httpd.apache.org/ I am not able to get any zip... do I need to build the source? Is there any zip version which I can simply unzip and start the server as is... I think I did that in the past. Now I only Symbols and Patches directories on mirror but no Zip installer.
I have an audit functionality in my application that on some specific opreations, updates some database tables. This is being done using old jdbc way and has commit and rollback statements.
I wish to externalize this functionality(as a jar). What is the good way to do it, can jdbcTemplate be returned as an object to this external jar and then the jar takes over from there, is it good to do so? How do I achieve commit and rollback functionality using a jdbcTemplate object? or are there better alternatives?