The objective here is to demonstrate how the Spring framework could be used to provide an end-to-end service-oriented solution as an alternative to JAX-WS and EJB3.
Introduction Classic JEE application architecture generally employs EJB to implement business logic, which present day EJB3 frameworks have adapted to provide a POJO based programming model employing ideas such as dependency injection (DI) and aspect-oriented programming (AOP) all within the scope of an EJB container integrated within an application server to provide a scalable and highly optimized runtime environment.
Contributions Abstract: In an earlier article [REF-1], I had described an SOA solution for Adobe Live Cycle Forms functionality that was architected using a JAX-WS framework (JBoss WS) and EJB3.
In this two-part article series, I'll be demonstrating a similar solution architected and configured using Spring, a lightweight, open-source framework that is specifically created to provide a one-stop shop for all your enterprise application development needs using plain Java Beans.
This article is part of our Academy Course titled Spring Integration for EAI.
In this course, you are introduced to Enterprise Application Integration patterns and how Spring Integration addresses them.
Endpoint interceptors are typically defined by using a element in your Spring application context. Unsupported Encoding Exception; import java.security. Properties; public class Custom Validation Callback Handler extends Abstract Callback Handler implements Initializing Bean 3.0.6. RELEASE org.apache.directory.server apacheds-all 1.5.5 jar compile org.spring-ws-core $ org.springframework spring-webmvc $ org.springframework spring-web $ org.springframework spring-context $ org.springframework spring-core $ org.springframework spring-beans $ org.springframework spring-oxm $ org.spring-ws-security $ org.springframework.security spring-security-core $ org.springframework.security spring-security-ldap $ org.spring-ldap-core 1.3.0.package javaitzen.spring.ws; import org.server.endpoint.annotation. The Digest Validator below can just be used directly from the Sun library, I was just wanted to see how it worked. package javaitzen.spring.ws; import org.internal.security.exceptions. In this element, you can simply define endpoint interceptor beans that apply to all endpoints defined in that application context.