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Changing 1 Filling parameters in the application context xml file Configuration 1 Changing 1 Modifying the bean code Source code 24 JDBC Abstraction Changing 1 Modifying the SQl query in the code Source code [C] 25 Application Context [S] 26 Internationalization Enable 1 By placing the resource file in the root directory Configuration 2 27 Remoting [S] 28 JAX RPC Enable 1 Enabling the type of remoting trough the application context file Configuration 1 Changing 1 Writing a custom handler to process messages Source code [C] 29 Burlap Enable 1 Enabling the type of remoting trough the application context file Configuration 1 Changing 1 Setting parameters in the remoting xml file Configuration 8 30 RMI Enable 1 Enabling the type of remoting trough the application context file Configuration 1 31 Hessian Enable 1 Enabling the type of remoting trough the application context file Configuration 1
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Anton Gerdessen, Master thesis Page 72 of 78 32 HTTP Invoker Enable 1 Enabling the type of remoting trough the application context file Configuration 1 33 JMS Enable 2 By adding a message queue in the application context file Configuration 1 By enabling the message queue in the application server Configuration 9 34 Databinding 35 Validation Enable 1 Enabling by writing custom validator classes for beans Source code Changing 1 Modifying the validator java classes Source code 36 Spring container [S] 37 Bean factory [S] 38 Lifecycle management Changing 3 Writing a custom bean post processor Source code Writing callbacks in the java bean class Source code Enabling the callbacks in the application context for a bean Source code 39 Inversion of control 40 EJB Abstraction Enable 1 Enabling EJB in the application context for a bean Configuration 1 Changing 1 Writing custom bean code Source code [C] 41 Transaction managment Enable 1 Enabling a tranction type on the application context file Configuration 1 42 Interceptor AOP Changing 2 Adding advice in the application context Configuration 1 Setting parameters in the application context for advice Configuration 43 JDBC 44 Hibernate 45 JTA [2] 46 Container managed [2] 47 JDO 48 Toplink [2] 49 AOP support Enable 1 Enabling the AOP type in application context Configuration 1 50 AspectJ Enable 1 Adding advice to the bean declaration in the application context Configuration 1 51 Proxy/Spring AOP [S] 52 Autoproxy [D] 53 Enterprise utilities [S] 54 JCA Enable 1 Enabling JCA in the application context file Configuration 1 55 JMS Enable 2 By adding a message queue in the application context file Configuration 1 By enabling the message queue in the application server Configuration 9 56 JavaMail Enable 1 Enabling a mail sender bean in the application context file Configuration 1 Changing 1 Writing a custom mailsender Source code [C] 57 JMX Enable 1 Enabling JMX on a specific bean in the application context file Configuration 1 Changing 1 Filling parameters per bean for JMX Configuration 58 JNDI 59 View abstraction Enable 1 Enabling a view mapping in the application context file Configuration 1
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  • Winter '19
  • jollet
  • Domain-specific language, Domain-specific modeling, domain analysis, general-purpose programming language, Anton Gerdessen

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