Trilochan Bharadwaj

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Recent posts by Trilochan Bharadwaj

just to add pojo-type-declaration.ftl is following:

I am trying to run hbm2java using maven(ant also runs the same way)and I am able to get Pojos generated correctly, but I wanted to suffix each of my files with "Model"; I tried putting in my hibernate3 plugin component properties declaration (on POM Xml) following:



I cannot get Pojos generated to be ending with 'Model' suffix... I need some suggestions/ideas/pointers..

Regards
Tri
I want to build a SOAP/REST WS using JAX WS for pushing RSS feeds that users can subscribe to ... I need:
1.) Some architectural pointers/suggestions on best practices for doing so in Java.
2.) Some guidance on various sources / any open source frameworks that I can utilize.

Tri
8 years ago
I have two tables:

MEDIA(ID, NAME, TYPE)
MEDIA_TYPE(ID, NAME, CODE, MEDIA_ID)

I want to write a critieria query with following association

Media.getMediaTypes( ) ( where Media types is the collection), now the problem is my hibernate mapping files generate Media Type with many-to-one relationship with media but media has no reference to media types; how do i make this go bothways, with hibernate mapping media type collection inside media table...?

Tri
What is the best and structured way to prepare; I see that we've got Do NOT do this, Do NOT do that, but there's no sticky: Here's what we have to do ... or atleast I couldn't find it. Any suggestions/advise?


Trilochan
Anybody? ... Would appreciate some help ...


8 years ago
My configuration (web xml):


I have an application class INewsApplication that has the resources set as: <br />


My context configurations are as defined above; they get loaded properly during deployment to JBoss. However when I run the client test case (using JAX RS libraries); which is as follows:


I get a 404; Is there anything fundamental that I might be missing?

Would appreciate anyone's help/suggestions on this ...
8 years ago
Yea especially with stuff like which makes mocking a breeze ... and whats more its native to spring, so if an application is using spring, its really helpful.
8 years ago
Replaced Concrete Implementation with Interface and also replaced and it worked fine ... Cool thanks All!

One more thing I noted since I am deploying on JBOSS; JBOSS's JNDI binding for UserTransaction are as opposed to . Once those changes were made it all went well.

Again appreciate everyone's help!
8 years ago
What do you mean code to an interface ... I am not following; does that mean, I use:



instead of using DefaultActorModelService?

Can you clarify in the snippet please?

Appreciate your help!
Trilochan
8 years ago
I use following class hierarchy for Service:



And refer to it in controller resource:


I simply refer to this in my spring resource config xml (for controllers and restful resource configuration) like this:


However when I package and deploy the jar on JBoss, I get following exception:



What am I missing ...? My guess is that I am doing something fundamentally wrong in the code ... Any suggestions?


Any help would appreciable ...
8 years ago
Mark,

If you read what I said in the end you'd know that I do NOT intend to use only transaction manager with JETTY or that JETTY alone; I asked I just want to test out my transactions in Spring; which means I need pointers on how to do that in Spring ... so it really is a concern of Spring.


Rick
Hi,

I am currently working on a Spring MVC, Spring Web Flow / Dojo client / Restful Resource on JAX RS (using Jersey JAX) <--> Spring <--> Hibernate <--> DB based web application; and we use maven with jetty for running some of our stuff for testing. I wanted to test some of my Business tier elements (Service Tier annotated with @Transactional annotations for Spring); On presentation tier I have restful resource using Jersey JAX RS that calls Spring based POJO service that calls DAO to get the results. The service methods are annotated with @Transactional (spring) annotations and I wanted to test out my flow; Our service xml for Spring beans/context configuration looks like this:

**************************************************************

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I have configured Jetty plugin as follows: (in POM.xml)
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*********************************************************************************************************************************
For jetty config I am using Jetty plus xml as supplied with jetty server download. I have added following lines to it:
**********************************************************************************************************************************




But when I do a mvn clean compile test install jetty:run ... It compiles fine and test cases run, but Jetty maven plugin cannot find UserTransactionImp; I checked ... its there on the classpath and I checked the jar in .m2 repo ... its present where it should be ...

2010-02-09 23:07:34.657:INFO::Logging to StdErrLog:: DEBUG=false via org.eclipse.jetty.util.log.StdErrLog
2010-02-09 23:07:34.689:WARN::Config error at <New id="userTxImpl" class="com.atomikos.icatch.jta.UserTransactionImp"/> java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.atomikos.icatch.jta.UserTransactionImp

^^ those are the two lines I get and server exits ...

Any help or suggestions would appreciated ... NOTE: I don't need Atomikos ... I couldn't find any other transaction implementation that I could use with Jetty ... I just need to test my code's flow with Transaction management (Integration testing 101).

Thanks in advance!
Rick
here:


I noticed that I do have apache commons dependencies, which themselves might rely on their commons logging, I don't know if that is causing any issue; I looked up on slf4j page, it asks me to put an "slf-nop.jar' and only ONE slf4j-noop.jar (or any one from slf4j api); I am using above dependency declaration ... That should have taken care of it already, but it hasn't

I am a little lost on this one, as jars are clearly present (eclipse project shows jars), and in any case I do:

to generate war file ... that should package everything correct? I don't know what's up

Trilochan.
9 years ago