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Patterns

CRUD (create-read-update-delete) is a repetitive code in Java EE projects but it can be isolated in a unique class through the usage of JPA annotations and Generics - a class I call CRUDEntityFacade. This is not a new pattern and the goal of this blog entry is just to prepare you to read my next entries about JAXB and JPA together. I am doing really nice things with Jersey and Glassfish, and...
on Apr 19, 2009
Footprint Project is gaining momentum since its stable release, with a growing number of JUGs and other groups using the library to produce signed certificates for events and courses. Some of these early adopters are asking me how to modify the way Footprint publish the certificates, and also if there is a set of configuration they can use in order to avoid checkout the project from the SVN...
on Nov 6, 2007