• Asynchronous injection in RESTEasy

    Now that we've seen RxJava support in RESTEasy, we're ready to build on more reactive applications to illustrate common reactive use-cases.   Let's create an application with several types of requests, that we c...
  • Batch Subsystem in WildFly 13 Admin Console

    WildFly 13 (released in May 2018) includes a major upgrade to its admin console, with improved UI representation and added functionality. In this post, I will show how this upgrade has benefited JBeret batch subsystem...
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  • This week in JBoss, 13th of July 2018 - Release It!

    This editorial looks like it's going to be about release after release after release! The teams have really been busy!   First Marc has written a few articles about the new APIMan release (version 1.4) followed ...
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  • RESTEasy 3.6.0.Final and 4.0.0.Beta4

    You might have recently read about the very interesting new features being developed these days in RESTEasy... great, the time has come to deliver them in a couple of releases! Last week, RESTEasy 3.6.0.Final and 4.0...
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  • Configuring permissions using Elytron in WildFly 13

    With WildFly 13, there’s a new way to configure permissions in the Elytron subsystem. In particular, it is now possible to configure permissions using a new permission-set resource.   Configuring permission...
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  • This week in JBoss, 21st June 2018 - Countries come together

    I always enjoy watching all the different countries with varying backgrounds come together to play in World Cup Football.  This week has seen alot of ups and downs.  Unfortunately, the US Team did not qualif...
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  • New: Asynchronous container filters

    JAX-RS 2.0 shipped with support for filtering requests and responses, which enabled a lot of great use-cases for delegating duplicated code away from resources and into filters that would do the same processing for ev...
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  • Jakarta EE and OpenShift

    At Summit this year I was able to meet with a number of our key customers and partners. I was also there to give a presentation with Dimitris on the future of enterprise Java, which was based a bit on an earlier DevNa...
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  • A brief introduction to the RESTEasy Tracing Feature

    Tracing feature is a way for the users of the RESTEasy to understand what's going on internally in the container when a request is processed. It's different from the pure logging system or profiling feature, which pro...
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  • PostgreSQL JDBC Job Repository in WildFly

    WildFly supports batch processing through its batch-jberet subsystem, which can be configured to use either a in-memory or jdbc job repository.  The in-memory batch job repository, the default one, requires no ex...
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  • This week in JBoss, 7th June 2018 - No Rest for the Weary

    Welcome to a new edition of the JBoss Weekly Editorial. As summer comes closer on the northern hemisphere, the blue sky and sunny days do not appear to be able to hinder the community progress. No rest for the weary, ...
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  • Asynchronous, reactive, rxjava and beyond!

    JAX-RS 1.0: The blocking origins  Originally, JAX-RS code use to be blocking and straightforward, like this resource for example:   @Path("/hello") public class HelloResource {     @Path("cl...
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  • This week in JBoss (31 May 2018)

    This is a smaller editorial this week, but by no means does that mean we haven’t been busy! Releases Hibernate 5.3.1 is the first bug-fix release for Hibernate 5.3, a JPA 2.2 implementation. Hibernate Sea...
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  • Secure Angular and Spring Restful Web Application using CAS Authentication

    Why Angular?   Angular is a Component-Based Framework.  A component has a view, logic, and data as one unit.  The view is responsible for the display of the component.  The model is defined in the...
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  • New DRY-er annotations for parameters

    You know DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) and you wish every feature would be reviewed according to this criteria? I've always found it annoying to repeat the name of the parameter variable in my JAX-RS resources:  ...
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  • This week in JBoss (25th May 2018): Updates from Summit and more

    Welcome to another edition of the JBoss Editorial, our regular search through the JBoss Communities in search of interesting topic for all.   Updates from Red Hat Summit  Earlier this month saw the largest ...
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  • RESTEasy Spring Boot starter has moved

    Back in August last year, Fabio Carvalho from PayPal has blogged here on how to use RESTEasy in a Spring Boot application, relying on a Spring Boot starter project that he basically developed. What happened in the fol...
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  • This week in JBoss (17 May 2018)

    Sorry, we missed last week. We’re pulling double duty this week to get you all caught up on the latest with JBoss!   Red Hat Summit 2018 First, we would like to thank everyone who attended Red Hat Summit...
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  • Configure SPNEGO on AS 7.x

    For more Information read this: http://community.jboss.org/docs/DOC-16876     Server Side ( standalone.xml )   /etc/krb5.keytab User needs read right on this file. ( how to create this is same as in ...
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  • This week in JBoss (3rd May 2018): Red Hat Summit here we come

    Welcome to another edition of the JBoss Editorial, our regular dip into the JBoss Communities to discover topics of interest to you all.   Red Hat Summit is finally here!  Next week sees many of us returnin...
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