Posts Tagged ‘Java

If you run into the error “ORA-01795 maximum number of expressions in a list is 1000”, you’ll probably created a query that has to many elements in the IN-clause. To fix it, use the provided helper class to issue multiple queries with less than 1000 elements.

This post shows how to use the JPA EntityListener Annotations with Avaje Ebean.

Recently I hold a presentation about Avaje Ebean on my local Java User Group – The Java Student User Group. Ebean is a alternative to the established Java Persistence API (JPA) implementations like Hibernate, EclipseLink etc. It uses the JPA Annotations like @Table @Entity @OneToOne @OneToMany @ManyToOne @ManyToMany @Column @Enumerated @Temporal etc. to map your […]

This article shows how to access a PHP-Session from Java when running under Quercus – an implementation of PHP in Java which runs in any decent Servlet-Container.

Solutions to the Absent Code attribute problem often encountered when trying to do unit testing with Maven&/JUnit.

CDI/Weld manual lookup

21, Apr 2010

This post describes how to manually lookup beans in a CDI / Weld managed environment when you are somewhere where a simple @Inject does not work because the object itself is not managed by CDI / Weld.

If you – like me – have the problem, that you need to run Tomcat or Glassfish or any other Java Webserver on Port 80, this might come handy for you: The problem: Tomcat, Jetty, Glassfish, JBoss AS etc. .. they all run on unprivileged ports > 1024, defaulting to 8080. If you want to […]

Here you’ll find the web.xml headers for servlet 2.3, 2.4, 2.5 and 3.0 + web-fragment.xml for servlet 3.0

Use java_bean() of Quercus with Glassfish v3 & JavaEE6

The Spring Security Facelets/JSF 2.0 Taglib got released in version 0.3. CHANGES: Replaced roles.isEmpty() with roles.equals(“”) to allow usage with Java 5 Adopted taglib for usage with Spring 3/Spring Security 3 final removed faces-config.xml in taglibs for jsf 1.2 as it prevented deploying in some scenarios Fetch it from the Project Homepage


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