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What is dynamic and static binding in object oriented programming
What is dynamic and static binding in object oriented programming
dynamic binding in object oriented programming language or runtime polymorphism is a popular concept in Java which allows to call overridden method which static binding occurs at compile time and used to bind overloaded method in java.
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How to fix Java.net.BindException: Address already in use
How to fix Java.net.BindException: Address already in use
Address Already in Use:JVM_Bind is a very common exception while working with eclipse or web server like tomcat , since tomcat is java application and listen on address 8080, it throws "Java.net.BindException: Address already in use: JVM_Bind:8080".
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What is Static and Dynamic binding in Java with Example
What is Static and Dynamic binding in Java with Example
Quick Java tutorial on what is static binding in Java and what is dynamic binding in Java with some differences among those two. like static binding occurs during compile while dynamic binding occurs during runtime.
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What is static in Java with Example
What is static in Java with Example
static is an important keyword in Java. Static can be applied to inner classes, variables and methods. static belongs to Class in Java and value of static variable will always be same for all instance of that Class. static methods are also binded at compile time as opposed to non static method which are binded at runtime. This article explains lot of important details about static keyword in Java.
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How to do LDAP authentication in Spring with Example
How to do LDAP authentication in Spring with Example
This is a spring ldap authentication tutorial and step by step guide to implement ldap authentication in Active directory.LDAP authentication is must have knowledge for any application developer whether Java or other language. Its most common method of authentication. This article explains ldap authentication in Java, spring and Spring Security with step by step example. but ldap authentication without SSL is not safe and anyone can view user credential because ldap client transfer usernamae and password during ldap bind operation so I have also included ldap using SSL in Spring.
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Java Web services: JAXB and JAX-WS in Axis2
Java Web services: JAXB and JAX-WS in Axis2
Apache Axis2 supports a range of data-binding technologies, including the official Java standard, JAXB 2.x. Axis2 also supports the Java standard for Web service configuration, JAX-WS 2.x, as an alternative to its own custom configuration technique. This article demonstrates how you can use JAXB 2.x and JAX-WS 2.x with Axis2 and discusses some of the limitations of Axis2's current support for them.
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Learn To Work With XML Data Using Flex's E4X Approach
Learn To Work With XML Data Using Flex's E4X Approach
Through this tutorial by Flex enthusiast and evangelist, Satish Kore, users will be able to understand E4X and learn to work with XML data using Flex's E4X. They will also learn how to load external XML files and use XML as a data provider. Readers will be able to create a sample books explorer application using various concepts, such as custom component, event creation, data binding, and E4X.
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Create XML schema from Java then back again with JiBX
Create XML schema from Java then back again with JiBX
Code generation from XML schema definitions is widely used for all types of XML data exchange, including Web services. JiBX data binding has long been known as the fastest and most flexible approach for binding Java code to XML. Learn how to create quality XML schema from Java with JiBX and then how to generate Java code easily from XML schema definitions.
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Build a Web application using Grails and Flex
Build a Web application using Grails and Flex
You don't have to write any SQL to create a database or to read and write from it. Grails makes it much easier to map URLs to Groovy code, invoke services and create XML for the Web service, which is easily consumed by a Flex front end. Learn how to create a clean MVC architecture on the front end and how to use many sophisticated features of Flex, like E4X, data-binding, states, and custom components. In this article you will see how easy it is to create a Web service with Grails.
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Power-Lift with JSF and Dojo widgets
Power-Lift with JSF and Dojo widgets
By leveraging JSF with Dojo technologies, you gain the strengths of both technologies. On the server side, the benefits include end-to-end lifecycle management for components, back-end bean data binding, and event handling. On the client side, you can utilize Dojo's rich widgets, live animations (such as fade and slide), and drag-and-drop. This article explains this process and describes how you can easily build Web applications to give your users a better experience.
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CMIS Prototype for FileNet P8 Content Manager 4.0
CMIS Prototype for FileNet P8 Content Manager 4.0
Utilize a technology that provides support for the Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) specification that is currently being standardized at OASIS. CMIS standard is a uniform means for applications to work with content repositories. This prototype provides support for the CMIS REST/Atom binding for the FileNet P8 Content Manager repository. The prototype consists of a CMIS servlet packaged as a Web Archive file, a configuration file, and a Web services run-time environment.
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Bind JavaBeans to RDF with Jenabean
Bind JavaBeans to RDF with Jenabean
The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) proposed standard for linking and expressing data on the Web. Java developers who develop applications for the Semantic Web will need to convert RDF properties to or from Java types. Jenabean uses the Jena Semantic Web framework's flexible RDF/OWL API to persist JavaBeans, making the task of writing these applications easier and more familiar to Java developers.
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Letís bind those Java objects to SQL databases
Letís bind those Java objects to SQL databases
You've already seen how flexible Castor is in allowing you to convert Java objects to XML and back. But Castor does a lot more, including letting you take those same Java objects and turn them into rows within your SQL database. Learn what syntax is the same, what's different, and how you can add SQL to your data binding arsenal.
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Use Castor to bind Java objects to SQL databases
Use Castor to bind Java objects to SQL databases
When it comes to Castor, XML data binding is just a part of the puzzle. Castor also offers the ability to bind Java data to SQL databases. Learn what syntax is the same and what's different.
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Get the Castor data binding project
Get the Castor data binding project
The Castor project provides data binding capabilities to the open source realm. It works much like Sun's JAXB, and adds enhanced mapping and binding to relational database tables. In this article, you'll take the first steps to get Castor to run on your own machine with downloading, installation, setup, configuration, class path issues, and more all covered.
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