Monthly Archives: September 2011

Using self contain factory method to instantiate Spring IoC beans

Spring IoC provides a lot of options using which we can handle dependency injection. It also provided facility to define factory method of a bean that will be used to get instance of a bean. The factory method can be …

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Using initialization method to initialize a Spring IoC Bean

With the previous tutorial, you know the process of registering a bean class with Spring IoC container using xml configuration files. In this tutorial we will see how to define an initialization method of bean to Spring IoC, so that …

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File upload using Spring MVC and annotation configuration

Spring MVC does special care to upload file to server. It makes file upload an easy work for web application developers. Spring MVC library jar provides CommonsMultipartResolver class that makes special care to form submitted using “multipart/form-data” encode type. We …

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Configuring SSL in Tomcat Server

Security is a major issue while developing a web application that carries confidential data between web browser and server. You will never want that some else come to know your internet banking login name and password!!! In this tutorial, we …

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Configuring Tomcat Server in Eclipse

It is always a good idea to integrate Tomcat Server with the IDE you use to implement web application. That makes things easy to quick deploy and test our application. Eclipse is the most used IDE in the world of …

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Download and Install Tomcat Server

Tomcat web server is always been the most used server in the concern of java web applications. In this tutorial, we will learn to download tomcat server and install it in our local machine so that we can use it …

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Spring MVC and Json with JQuery

As we already seen from our previous tutorial that Spring MVC makes AJAX implementation really easy in web applications. In this tutorial we will, go one step ahead and learn how to provide Json response to the client (browser) in …

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Showing User Information on JSP using Spring Security JSP Taglibs

Some times, we need to show user information like username or role of the logged in user on jsp page. Spring Security JSP taglibs provided tags for showing logged in user information in JSP pages. Off-course we can use Spring …

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Using custom tables for Spring Security authentication and authorization

It is not must to use database tables specified in the Spring Security Specification. We can also use our own custom database tables to store user authentication and authorization and use those tables in Spring Security for user authentication and …

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Url Permission Based User Interface Creation in Spring Security

In the previous tutorial, we learn how to customize jsp out put based on the role of the logged in user with the help of the Spring Security JSP Taglibs. Now, we will learn the way to customize the jsp …

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Role based User Interface creation using Spring JSP Taglibs

Spring Security provides jsp taglibs for customizing User Interface according the authenticated user’s role. We can make it possible to show some ui portion to user with role admin and not to others. This tutorial is based on the previous …

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