Java EE 6 Cookbook for Securing, Tuning, and Extending by Mick Knutson

By Mick Knutson

Safe your Java functions utilizing Java EE integrated gains in addition to the well known Spring defense framework. make the most of comparable recipes for trying out a number of Java EE applied sciences together with JPA, EJB, JSF, and net providers. discover a variety of how one can expand a Java EE atmosphere with using extra dynamic languages in addition to frameworks. A learn-by-example dependent procedure that makes a speciality of key options to supply the basis to resolve actual global difficulties.

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If the field or property is a String, the size of the string is evaluated. If the field or property is a Collection, the size of the Collection is evaluated. If the field or property is a Map, the size of the Map is evaluated. If the field or property is an array, the size of the array is evaluated. @ Size(min=2,max=240) String briefMessage; Do not confuse @Future with Future in the concurrency package. Timezone and locale An important note about @Future and @Past is that each validator uses the current time-zone and current locale for the constraint.

Info Out with the Old, In with the New @GET @Produces("text/xml") public String getCustomer (@PathParam("name") String name) { ... } } HTTP Methods Several HTTP Method resource designator annotations, such as @Get, @Put, @Post, @Delete, and @Head are supported; they correspond to the similarly named HTTP methods. @Produces The @Produces annotation is used to specify the MIME types, which a resource can produce and return to a client. APPLICATION_JSON }) public Order getJSONOrXML() { ... TEXT_XML }) public Order getHTML() { ...

A given event can have many tables that are intended to be modified in some way. We want to audit each of these events individually. Let's start with a simple audit event to see what we plan to audit and how. executeQuery(insertQuery); } The given event for this operation has the Session context, and within this transaction, we are able to save our AuditEntry. setEventId(Long. setTableName(tableName); return entry; } This creates an AuditEntry for every table that is inserted into, or deleted from the event in question.

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