JAVA EE Accessibility [closed]
I was going through the fundamentals of JAVA EE 6, Introducing the Java EE 6 Platform: Part 1 and came to know that Accessibility is one of its prominent distinguishing feature from the JAVA SE. Please help with me to know what exactly this feature is and how it differs from SE Accessibility. I am new to the Java EE, so please forgive me if there is any mistake and feel free to comment about it..
I have just started learning Java EE and recently got stuck to a problem. I am using eclipse Galileo and installed Tomcat 6.0 version. I needed to create a small Hello World servlet program for which
I know something about Java but completely new to Enterprise Java. I'm trying my hand with NetBeans 6.1 and GlassFish Application Server. Please guide me to some resources which tell me actually what
What are the main differences of Java EE 5 and Java EE 6 ?
I would like to build a server with web services using Java EE, but I don't know which is the best Java EE framework. Important to me are interoperability, performance, security and changeability. P.s
WebSphere comes with parent last and parent first. Is this Java EE compliant? Is this supported by all application servers that are Java EE 5 compliant?
Is there a .NET counterpart to the Java EE Tutorial which gives an overview over important technologies for business applications?
I have a problem with my Java EE (Tomcat) java based web application. user logs in to website user viewing page a ssl page in our web site user logs off, session invalidated user gets redirected to
Is there any open source Java EE application for online banking and processing that you guys are aware of? Say for example I want to implement the whole online banking stack, from front-end, middlewar
I need to refactor a Java EE application because the current design isn't very modular, in fact it is quite a mess. There is a Business Facade but as the application has been developed by several peop
Is there an easy way to translate JPA Exceptions to application exceptions? My Remote Session Bean in a Java EE Container (JBoss) is called by the client via RMI. The Session Bean gets a JPA Entity Ma
I'm working with a version of eclipse. I want to update my version. I have Eclipse IDE for Java Developers, but I need somes things on Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers (EE version). Mostly I wan
Currently I have Java SE on my linux machine and use Eclipse as my IDE. Is there a way that I can 'upgrade' my Java SE to EE? Since EE is just basically a few extra libraries... Also I understand that
I've been spending some time evaluating the options available for restfully authenticating a user in a Java EE application. So, please suggest if the options listed below are valid along with the sta
I am using Java SE with Eclipse happily but now I am going to write a send mail program which requires javax.mail package. I found that in Java EE so I downloaded one (180MB) and I know that Java EE
What would be the basic and obvious security considerations and recommendations in a Java EE Web application?
I'm new to java.util.concurrent package and i came to a problem with Future object. This is a conversationScoped bean. @Inject SomeBean stateFull; Boolean comp = false, comp1 = false; public void do
I'm looking book/online resources about Java EE application deployment pattens. Especially I want to know patterns when to use local interfaces when remote ones (how many nodes I need to?). The key qu
Where can I find code examples for Java 7 EE Tutorial? I've already found examples for Java 1.5, Java 1.6 with Ant tool & Glassfish server v3 and examples named firstcup for Java 1.7. But there
Given the following HTML in a Java EE environment: <input name=foo value=hello /> I would expect ServletRequest.getParameterNames() would include foo. However given for example: <footag
Which one is the best approach/method to implement security in Java EE?(JPA/JSPs) I'm working on a personal project so I can learn Java EE and I am a little confused on how to approach the AUTHORIZATI
Is it against the Java EE spec to create new classloader from within the code flow of any application? I want to load classes at runtime into a separate class loader that will be created from the appl
I am reading up on Java EE CDI and I am a confused about how class-based Resource injection works The Java EE 6 tutorial gives the following example usage: @Resource(name=myMessageQueue, type=javax
I have a Java EE application running on GlassFish 4 / Java 8 (x64). Development is on a Windows machine, but it will eventually be ported to Linux (either Red Hat or Ubuntu). In that application I hav
When I reading some Java EE Projects, I found that these projects's structure,framework is complicated,maybe unnecessary,isn't? Usercontroller 1 file UserService,UserServiceImpl 2 files UserDao,UserDa
We're building a web service from scratch, right from deciding what Java EE technologies to use. It looks like Apache-cxf is a good choice as the frontend. For accessing database, Hibernate looks like
For all those J2EE / Java EE developers out there, when conversing with a human being in the real world, do you say i'm a jay two ee ee programmer or i'm a jay two ee programmer or i'm a java ent
I am currently working on a Java EE Application (JSF, CDI, EJB, JPA), which should work in a cluster environment. I have few Maps and Lists (Collection API ) which serves as caches and are not ready f
I have been using the Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers for Juno (4.2 SR1) that I had downloaded from the eclipse site as the custom binary. With the slowness that haunts Juno, this is almost unusabl
I am trying to figure out what are the most widely used frameworks on the data layer on a Java EE application server. I would like help in knowing which are used out there and what are their Pros and
What are the main differences between Java EE 7 and Java EE 6 ? If you would have to explain to an junior developer the main differences how would you do that ? As far as the question goes, I was real
I already have installed Java SDK following which, I later also Downloaded Java EE which was not automatically Installed in Eclipse. How do I import the Java EE libraries in Eclipse?
Is it possible to start for example a OrientDB Server Instance inside a Java EE server? Is this possible or do i need to use only Servlets or EJB inside the containers? Can you give me a quick example
If you started a new Java EE project today which is to be finished in about a year, which application server would you choose and why? Part of your answer should include your arguments for your decisi
I have just started reading about Java EE6 and I have bought the book EJB 3 in Action and Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1. I have not the last book yet and just started chapter 2 in the first book, but I
I'm a .NET programmer who is soon moving to the Java EE world. I have plenty of experience with .NET web technologies, web services, WebForms and MVC. I am also very familiar with the Java language, a
I have Java EE app in which I want to small little amount of data to disk, eg just user/passwords. I dont want to go through the hassle of integrating with a full db for this little amount of data. Is
I am striving to know the difference between Java EE and Spring Framework. Could anyone please help me on this.
I will have to write a Java web application, that should allow users to upload images and movies, and then display them on the website. For now I'm just looking for a best solution and I'm open to any
I am looking to learning a Java technology for developing web applications. As I looked more into this, I became confused between jsf, jsp, and javaee. I know there are several posts on SO (post 1, po
I know there are a lot of articles out there that explain how to use CDI in Java EE but I'm having trouble figuring out what advantage this actually brings. For example, suppose I have a class that cu
I am visually impaired and am developing some java GUIs and I would find it extremely ironic if my GUIs were not accessible to myself. So anyone out there who can help it would be great if someone cou
Is it possible to reproduce a Java EE architecture with Play? By Java EE I mean these 4 layers: view, controller, service, model. I know play use a better architecture only based on MVC, and I love th
We would like to use Log4J's AsynchAppender within our Java EE application. The application is deployed on a Glassfish V2 app-server. Log4J's AsynchAppender is based on a thread implementation. Th
I am a final year student, and working for my final year project. I need help, because I'm stuck with a problem. Actually, I made a website using Java EE with an Oracle database. Now, in my project, t
Scenario: I have been using Java SE for quite some time, working with threads etc, though I have little experience with Java EE. I have a 3rd-party Java library that connects to a remote server (at th
Good day. I'm confused about storing the embedded database in a Java EE application. I've just resolved the problem with the .properties file which can be accessed via getResource method, but where sh
How can I inject an EJB into a domain object (an JPA entity) with Java EE 6?
I maintain an old J2EE application that uses EJB's. What is involved in converting J2EE EJB's into Java EE EJB's
Very simple question: is there anyone who has a link to official information on the Mojarra (JSF RI) compatibility with the Java EE 5 and 6 standards? I can't seem to find anything about this. We're
Does Smack function properly in Java EE?? I am having issues with presence. I get the credentials from the login form via doPost method..I can able to successfully authenticate as well as connection.g