Accessing / Connecting WebLogic MBeans Server Services, Properties with Java Management Extensions (JMX)

Table Of Content Accessing WebLogic MBeans using JMX Resources Feedback Accessing WebLogic MBeans using JMX Following java doc describes high level of information about WebLogic MBeans Server services, properties and how MBeans object name is constructed. Following code describes how to access WebLogic Server MBeans services, properties with Java Management Extensions (JMX). /** * Copyright (c) 2008 - 2015 Bhaveshkumar Thaker [http://bhaveshthaker.com]. All rights reserved. */ import java.io.IOException; import java.util.ArrayList; import java.util.Arrays; import java.util.HashMap; import...

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Sending Mail with Attachment over Secure Socket Layer (SSL) through SMTP using JavaMail

The article is written for J2SE 6, JavaMail 1.4.2, JAF 1.1.1 and Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers. Table Of Content Introduction Mail Protocols System Requirements Setup JavaMail and JavaBeans Activation Framework Sending Messages Using the JavaMail API Resources Feedback Introduction The JavaMail API is an optional package (standard extension) for reading, composing, and sending electronic messages. The JavaMail API is designed to provide protocol-independent access for sending and receiving messages by dividing the API into two parts: The first part speaks on how to send and receive...

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Introduction, Using, Developing Java Persistence API (JPA) 2.0 using EclipseLink, Derby, MySql and Eclipse

The article is written for/using J2SE 6, Java Persistence API (JPA) 2.0, EclipseLink 1.1.2, Derby 10.5.1.1, MySQL 5.1.37 GA, and Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers [Ganymede]. Table of Content Introduction System Requirements Article Prerequisites JPA Specification New Features in JPA 2.0 Java Persistence API (JPA) Architecture ORM Frameworks JPA Annotations Persistence Units Setup JPA, EclipseLink and Database Creating JPA Entities, Persistence XML and Storing Data to DB Creating and Using Custom EntityManagerFactory Running JUnit TestCase for JPA Summary Resources Feedback Introduction...

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Database Development Using the Eclipse IDE, MySQL with Eclipse Data Tools Platform in Java

The article is written for/using J2SE 6, MySQL 5.1.37 GA, MySQL Connector/J 5.1.8 and Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers [Ganymede]. Table of Content Introduction System Requirements Article Prerequisites Installing/Setting up MySQL JDBC Driver and Connection Profile Open Database Development Perspective Connecting to MySQL Database Create, Insert, Edit and Execute SQL Files Summary Resources Feedback Introduction The Eclipse Data Tools Platform (DTP) is a new top-level project at eclipse.org. Originally proposed by Sybase in February 2005, DTP has attracted strong community support and is...

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Database Development Using the Eclipse IDE, Derby with Eclipse Data Tools Platform in Java

The article is written for/using J2SE 6, Derby 10.5.1.1, Eclipse plugins for Derby and Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers [Ganymede]. Table of Content Introduction System Requirements Article Prerequisites Installing/Setting up Derby JDBC Driver and Connection Profile Open Database Development Perspective Connecting to Derby Database Create, Insert, Edit and Execute SQL Files Summary Resources Feedback Introduction This post covers connecting to Derby and basic DTP features. Apache Derby, an Apache DB subproject, is an open source relational database implemented entirely in Java and...

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