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Last week I found a neat trick with JAXB2.

The project I am working on at the moment is a mix of web services and database, an...

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I am currently building an application that needs to use queuing. My usual response to queuing is to either roll my own (if the...

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Spring (Spring Framework) is such a joy to use. So often when I find a problem with what I am doing the guys at Spring have bu...

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I needed to build a Java SOAP web service and, although I’ve done it before, it has been a little while and I wanted to use th...

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I’ve just released a new Java project to GitHub. Actually this is version 1.1 so I guess it isn’t so very new. But version 1.0 i...

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I’ve spent most of today wrestling with this and it ought to have been easier, but everywhere I looked for instructions had lots...

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I’ve been working on, and posting on, other topics but I did say I would mention I18n issues and how Madura Rules handles them...

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I decided it was well past time to take a closer look at JUnit4. If you are still using JUnit3 you need to know that JUnit4 uses...

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Yesterday I wasted a coupled of hours and it is my own fault. Just in case you hit the same problem (or in case I hit it again a...

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Testable Java

Lately I have been modifying some code other people have written. There are some things about writing Java that I consider fairl...

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