- Gateway pattern, stateful vs. stateless behavior and the "Extended" EntityManager (multiple questions)
- Boundaries intercommunication restrictions Java EE (two boundaries should not communicate with each other) Boundaries intercommunication restrictions Java EE Email question from: Sergio David
- .NET vs. Java EE -- after 5 years JAVA EE OR .NET - AN ALMOST UNBIASED OPINION Question from: Süleyman Vurucu
- What is the state of Java EE 7 (Adam S.)
- Cancel vs. Cancellation, and when "GET" and "POST" are not enough Frank
- @AdamBien please suggest some good resource for Java EE inside view like how container create stateless beans and so on #airhacks [@ mesurajchhe
- What do you think about play framework as compared to JavaEE ? I often heard that JavaEE is heavyweight in development and therefore internet-startups uses other framework stacks like play, rails, meteor etc
- What would be the proper approach to read a network file in a J2E environment?
- "Open Extended Persistence Context In View" - a new pattern?
- ID generation in a cluster.
- State computation (daily limits) and scalability vs. consistency.
- Is JSF compatible with Bootstrap?
- The JSP / HTML 5 drama: The Return Of JSPs in HTML 5
- "How are you going to structure your application if application is going to be really huge. Are you still going to keep it in one big war?" blog comment by Thomas
- Commercial vs. free tools: gist discussion
- Is "Mixing storage/trans
Questions for the November edition of the http://airhacks.io show:
- Question about ejb scheduler vs java ee batch processing. What are pros and cons when using batch processing over ejb scheduler ? Marek
- Question about multi datasource and EJB. What is the best way to deal with EJBs
which need to use a specific database for caller/user? Should I use
Interceptors? Should I use injection with request scoped? Wesley
- Statement: "You forgot to say one advantage of Spring over JEE. Spring you can deploy on any container." Mauricio
- 'How do you manage deployed microservices (status, healthchecks, restarting) locally
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How to transform entities with OneToMany relationships into json for JAX-RS (lazyinitialization exception is thrown if relationship is not fetched)? Let's say I have methods getAllUsers() and getAllUsersWithDetails(). I was able to do it with jackson and its jackson-datatype-hibernate dependency. Is there any other, better way?
I have seen your videos on ECB pattern, but I am not sure, what goes into Control and what into Boundary. You said, that you do it with refactoring, when Boundary gets to big ... Could you please provide any more pointers?
I have a feeling, I have to deploy/redeploy my application all the time during development. Do you have any tips to speed up development as much as possible and avoid deploying code? Without JRebel
@AdamBien what would be your take on how to most elegantly deal with resilience and service discovery for JavaEE7 #microservices ? (tweet by @niko_nava)
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- HTTP Session Replication and Clustering discussion Piotrek
- I have a question for you :) You may even queue it up for an upcoming stream, but I'm really curious! You stated that SOAP (support?) could even be removed from the API.I just got into the SOAP world a few months ago, came from a REST background, and I am really confident that it still has it's place. The type safety, and the tools that Java gives us are really great. Why do people hate it so much nowadays? Plus in the finance sector they are relying on it really heavily still, so it's a good thing to be familiar with either way IMHO. noherczeg
- Can tw
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- I have never used Spring ,hibernate and struts ,I build my web app's using Jsf, ejb,cdi ,jpa ,is the same ? what's the difference? @SoyRoji
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- I'm reading your discussion of CAP in Real World Java EE Patterns. When you say 'the "Don't Distribute" advice can be understood as a general best practice', does that include cases where a single-JVM app is replicated on the nodes in a cluster? In other words, is the best practice not to run a cluster at all? Or does "distributed" here refer only to apps where you run "the presentation in one process and run your business logic on another machine"? [Mike W.]