Monthly Archives: February 2009

Introduction to Display Tag

To provide a sorting function on each property of an object in the UI could be a nightmare, if you are not expecting a third party library. Fortunately, Display Tag is there to save you out of the hell. The … Continue reading

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Build Scheduler Application with OpenSymphony Quartz in Spring favour

Spring features integration classes for scheduling support. Currently, Spring supports OpenSymphony Quartz, which can be used to create simple or complex schedules for executing tens, hundreds, or even tens-of-thousands of jobs   OpenSymphony  Quartz Quartz introduced the JobDetails and Trigger … Continue reading

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Apache FOP and iText for dynamic PDF generation

What is FOP Apache FOP (Formatting Objects Processor) is a print formatter driven by XSL formatting objects (XSL-FO) and an output independent formatter. It is a Java application that reads a formatting object (FO) tree and renders the resulting pages … Continue reading

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Backward to Struts1

Is it really sucks if you are forced to use Struts 1 after you have been using Struts 2 for ages? Maybe yes, maybe no, at least it is not that difficult to adopt it in a short time even … Continue reading

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C7 – Maven profile for multiple environments deployment

Maven profiles for multiple environments deployment In case that you need to deploy your application on to multiple environments for different purposes, such as one for test  and one for production, you might need different configuration respectively (ie link to … Continue reading

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