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What's the difference between @Component, @Repository, @Controller & @Service annotations in Spring?
What's the difference between @Component, @Repository, @Controller & @Service annotations in Spring?
When we define the annotations“ @Component, @Service, @Controller, @Repository”with the classes, Spring automatically scan and identifies those classes and register the Bean definition with the ApplicationContext. Difference between @Component, @Repository, @Controller & @Service annotations in Spring. For full information, Visit full Blog. http://findnerd.com/list/view/What-s-the-difference-between-Component-Repository-Controller--Service-annotations-in-Spring/3959/
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Apache MyFaces Extensions Validator
Apache MyFaces Extensions Validator
This tutorial introduces the Apache MyFaces Extensions Validator (ExtVal) and demonstrates the setting up a project to use ExtVal and generate validation based on JPA annotations. It also covers the extra annotations that ExtVal adds to facilitate more validation options and to enable cross validation. Users will learn to combine ExtVal with custom JSF validators and create custom error messages.
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Google Guice Tutorial
Google Guice Tutorial
Google Guice is a light java dependency inversion framework using annotations. It is developed by Google and it is used internally by Google for their applications.
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Hibernate Annotations Tutorial
Hibernate Annotations Tutorial
Learn how to create a simple example using the Hibernate Annotations.
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Struts 2 Annotation Tutorial
Struts 2 Annotation Tutorial
In this annotation example you will learn how to use the Action and Result annotations and see how to change the default location of the result pages.
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Mastering Grails and legacy databases with Hibernate
Mastering Grails and legacy databases with Hibernate
Grails give you seamless integration with your legacy Java code. If you have Java classes that already map to your legacy databases, Grails allows you to use them unchanged. In this article you'll see examples that use Grails with Hibernate HBM files, and Enterprise JavaBeans 3 annotations with legacy Java classes.
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Mastering Grails:  Grails and legacy databases
Mastering Grails: Grails and legacy databases
Explore the various ways that Grails can use database tables that don't conform to the Grails naming standard. If you have Java classes that already map to your legacy databases, Grails allows you to use them unchanged. You'll see examples that use Hibernate HBM files and Enterprise JavaBeans 3 annotations with legacy Java classes.
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EJB 3 tutorial using Eclipse, Ant and JBoss
EJB 3 tutorial using Eclipse, Ant and JBoss
First EJB 3 Tutorial explaining Ant and showing how to create a session and entity beans with EJB 3 annotations and JBoss.
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EJB 3 Tutorial using Eclipse, MyEclipse, JBoss
EJB 3 Tutorial using Eclipse, MyEclipse, JBoss
EJB 3 Tutorial using Eclipse and the MyEclipse plugin showing how to create session and entity beans with EJB 3 annotations and JBoss application server.
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