I thought of sharing with you this little problem that I encountered when using a TreeSet to display an ordered list of items
Changes in Hibernate Search are quite frequent, as it is in continued development. Today I found myself looking into a problem generated by migration from Hibernate-Lucene integration in 3.2.1.GA to the new Hibernate Search 3.0.0.Beta1.
I’ve been bugged by this problem for some time now, so I decided to investigate a bit. The error shows up when tomcat is trying to reload the web application.
I recently stumbled across a NotSerializableException in the project I was working, and I decided to share this experience with you because the cause of the problem it’s quite interesting and some of you might come across the same problem.
Circular dependencies between beans managed by Spring is usually caused by a logic error, but it may be sometimes exactly what developers intend to obtain.
This is a minor problem, but it may help some of you out there. The error can occur from several reasons, but in this case it was due to bad use of cascade update.
Spring allows chaining of multiple view resolvers. However, there are some view resolvers like the ones extending UrlBasedViewResolver which must be the last in the chain, hence the limitation of having only one such view resolver in your chain.
Monitoring your file upload using ajax is a must have for any web 2.0 application. There are already some good examples developed by prosson and carsonm.
Database creation is such a common task that you must have some scripts and tips and tricks at hand, in order to have it done as quickly as possible.
First thing to note is that, this being my first contact with web services (SOAP and WSDL), it took me quite a lot of time (almost five working days) to learn about the technologies involved and try to implement and publish a web service in my application.
I encountered a problem when trying to call an XFire SOAP service using a SOAP client generated with Axis, and after finding the “solution” I decided to share it with you so you won’t have to repeat my steps.
Presentation tier in 123urban – Spring comes to the rescue as usual with its embedded support for Tiles. Basically, the only setting is to change your viewResolver in your -servlet.xml from JstlView to TilesView.