Monday, December 24, 2007

Why POJO web services does not require Binding?

Hi Folks,

Recently one of my friends put forth this question to me ?
Why POJO web services does not require binding and what are the limitations of POJO web services?

I tried convincing him by giving many answers like, When you are dealing with Business web services you need some kind of contract , so you need to bind the Java objects with the XML data together and also to handle security of the data passing between systems, He didnt agree to any of my suggestions?

Then I asked him can you tell me when do you use a Java Bean vs Java class,to see whether he gets the point here,but no luck, he is a hard nut to crack.

So my question to everyone of folks interested in POJO Web Services,please provide me any answers to this question and avoid more embarrassment for me.


Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Spring vs EJB3

Iam posting this topic since I have experienced this topic being raised during one of my technological architectural level discussions I had with my collegue and basically he was supporting EJB3 and me,Spring...And I leave it to you guys who are ready to post their own comments and reason out with pros and cons which technology is better to use in mission critical enterprise level J2EE applications and share your experience and thoughts.........

For now Iam directing you to this link and if you have any other resources/stuff do post in here........


Managing Applications With Java SE 6: A Conversation With Vasanthan Dasan

As Java technology developers write more complex and sophisticated mission-critical programs, the need for improved monitoring and management capacities in the Java platform has also grown. Java Platform, Standard Edition 6 (Java SE 6) now enables developers to attach command-line utility diagnostic tools such as jstat, jmap, jhat, and jstack to any application without requiring startup in a special mode. In addition, JConsole, with enhanced plug-in support and dynamic attach capability, is much improved.

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Unit Testing with Mock Objects

Unit Testing with Mock Objects is catching up like a wild fire in J2EE Enterprise applications..It does save a lot of development time and increases your productivity....The following link (borrowed) ofcourse from IBM will definitely help anyone who is willing to seek knowledge in Mock Objects .....

Long live Java!!

Software Engineering

A very good example which shows detailed design analysis of an ATM project with USE-CASES and Class Diagrams!!! This article is for people who are hard core fans of Software Engineering, Iam one of them......

Long live Java!!!