Monthly Archives: July 2009

Anotation Basic Use 2

Annotation for Transaction The @Transactional annotation may be placed before an interface definition, a method on an interface, a class definition, or a public method on a class. However, please note that the mere presence of the @Transactional annotation is … Continue reading

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Notes for Styles

I hate to do any style works, but sometimes you are left no choice and you have to do it yourself. Here is a little list of the ones that annoyed quite often.   Background: The properties that can be … Continue reading

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Using Customer PropertyEditor for Form Data Binding

  When working with Spring forms, we normally bind the form properties into a command class. However, there would be some troubles if your command class has some properties that are not String, as all values from the form are … Continue reading

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