S


sample application (ImageDB),598

sample application (jPetStore)

definition of,598

iBATIS SQL Maps and,261

lightweight remoting and,307

Tapestry and,543

transactions and,592

sample application (PetClinic),598

sample application (ticket reservation system)

application context,565–566

application layers,552–553

application server,552,574,575

build and deployment,574–575

business services layer,563–566

compared to sample application in J2EE Design and Development,572–573

configuration with web.xml file,568–569

controllers,569–570

data model for,177–178

database,creating and loading,574–575

database server,573–574

DataSource for,178–180

downloading source code for,551

error handling,606

persistence layer

DAO implementation,561–562

data access context,563

data model,554–555

domain object model,556–557

O/R mapping,558–561

requirements for

assumptions,603–604

delivery schedule,604

hardware and software,619–620

overview,601–602

performance,618–619

scope limitations,604

user populations,602–603

use cases

making a reservation,466–474

viewing list of performances,464–466

user interface

application screens,606–608

book seats screen,611–612

box office interface,618

confirm reservation screen,616–617

display show screen,609–611

payment details screen,614–616

show reservation screen,612–614

welcome screen,608–609

workflow for,605–606

view technology,571–572

web layer,566–572

save (persist) methods,DAO,24

SAXHandlers class,519

SchedulerFactoryBean class,349,352–353

scheduling

definition of,345

with Quartz,345,346,348–354

with Timers,345,346–348

Script interface,365

scripting

Beanshell scripts,363–365,582–583

Groovy scripts,362–363,582–583

support for,31,35,361–365,580

security. See also  Acegi Security

in business services layer,27,368,370–371

for domain objects,368

JAAS (Java Authentication and Authorization Service),372–375

limited privilege execution,368

requirements for,367–368

Servlet Specification,375–377

for web requests,368

SecurityEnforcementFilter class,369

SecurityInterceptionEvent class,372

SecurityManager class,JAAS,373

serializability,588

serializable AOP proxies,162–163

SERIALIZABLE isolation level,219

server

running JDBC framework in,199–201

testing applications deployed in,108

transaction management and,200–201,220,249–251

when to use,581

server-config.wsdd file,330

service abstraction,14–18

services

abstraction for,14–18,67–71

named,application objects as,7

providing to objects with AOP,11–12

Web Services with JAX-RPC

accessing a service,326–328

custom application objects,330–332

definition of,324–325

exporting a service,328–330

support classes for,325

when to use,325,333

services layer. See  business services layer

servlet context listener,93

servlet,load-on-startup,93

Servlet Specification

Acegi Security and,380–381

definition of,375–377

ServletContext class,534–536

ServletContextResource class,85

ServletEndpointSupport class,325,328

Session API,Hibernate,270,280

SessionFactory class,Hibernate,270,272,275

SessionFactoryBean class,301

SessionFactoryUtils class,245,272

sessionForm property, SimpleFormController class,468

SessionLocaleResolver class,455

set element,59–60

setApplicationContext() method, Application ContextAware interface,65,67

setApplicationEventPublisher() method, ApplicationEventPublisherAware interface,65

setBeanFactory() method, BeanFactoryAware interface,65,67

setBeanName() method, BeanNameAware interface,65

setMessageSource() method, MessageSource Aware interface,65

setResourceLoader() method, ResourceLoader Aware interface,65

Setter Injection,9

definition of,589

example of,10,41–43

specifying dependencies and,56

when to use,45–47,590

SETTERS constant, Pointcuts class,127

SimpleFormController class,467–470

SimpleMailMessage class,354

SimpleMappingExceptionResolver class,458

SimpleMessageConverter interface,341

SimpleNativeJdbcExtractor class,JDBC,200

SimpleRemoteStatelessSessionProxy FactoryBean class,71,404–405

SimpleService interface,408–410

SimpleTriggerBean class,348–349,351–352

SimpleUrlHandlerMapping class,443–444

single session mode,Hibernate Open Session in View,283

SingleConnectionDataSource interface,JDBC,179

single-resource transaction managers,243–248

singleton aspects,AspectJ,165–166

singleton attribute, bean element,55–56

singleton beans

accessing container using,99

compared to non-singleton beans,55–56

in lifecycle of AOP proxies,140

singleton container access for EJBs,413–420

singleton property, AdvisedSupport class,137

SingletonBeanFactoryLocator class,99,414–416

SingletonTargetSource interface,144–145

SiteMesh,513

snapshot comparisons,Hibernate,268

SOAP,remoting using,307

SourceForge c3PO,252

source-level metadata for transactions,238–242

“Spring and AspectWerkz — A Happy Marriage" (Boner),169

Spring Framework

advantages of,3,36,577

architecture of,21–29

definition of,1

environments supported by,37

future of,29–32,598–599

goals of,6–8

guidelines for development using

application structure,589–592

layering best practices,583–588

technology choices,581–583

testing,592–594

history of,32–33

integration with other frameworks,19–21

JARs,list of,36

modules in,list of,5–6,33–36,578–580

related projects for,594–596

release schedule of,29

size of,36

techniques used by,18

technologies used by,8–18

Spring Framework community,33

The Spring Framework.NET,595

Spring IDE for Eclipse,595

The Spring Modules project,595

Spring MVC web framework. See also  controller objects; model objects; view objects

choosing,523–524,587–588

comparing available frameworks

controllers and interception handling,530–532

data binding,525–528

presentation layer,528–529

requirements for,524–525,532–533

integration with Spring,534–536

JSF web framework

controllers,531

data binding,528

definition of,525

features of,528,529,531,533

integration with,20,547–548

interceptors,531

presentation layer,529

list of,20

requirements for,524

Spring MVC web framework

application design using,427,430–431,440–441

architecture of,425–430

components of,430–436,440–441

controllers,530–531

data binding,461–463,526–527

definition of,5,35,580

example of,423–425,464–474

exception handling,438,456–458

features of,526–527,529,530–531,532–533

handler adapters,449

handler exception resolvers,456–458

handler interceptors,446–449

handler mappings,441–446

handlers,extending,478

handling requests,436–439

Hibernate,Open Session in View,282–285

interceptors,530–531

locale resolution,454–455

presentation layer,529

pull model and,426

push model and,427

requirements for,428

testing controllers,481–485

testing web applications,485

uploading files,478–481

view resolvers,450–454

Struts web framework

compared to Spring Framework,1,3

controllers,530

converting to Spring MVC,437

data binding,526

definition of,525

features of,526,528,530,532

integration with,20,537–543

interceptors,530

presentation layer,528

Tapestry web framework

controllers,531

data binding,527

definition of,525

features of,527,529,531,533

integration with,20,543–547

interceptors,531

presentation layer,529

WebWork web framework

controllers,530

definition of,596

features of,530,532

integration with,536–537

interceptors,530

Spring RCP (Rich Client Project),29,596

Spring Rich Client (RCP) project,29,596

Spring XMLDB,595

spring-beans.dtd file,53

spring:bind tag,498,499–501

spring:hasBindErrors tag,498

spring:htmlEscape tag,498

spring:message tag,498,502–503

spring-mock.jar file,481

spring:nestedPath tag,501

SpringObjectFactory class,536–537

spring:transform tag,498,501–502

SQL Maps (iBATIS)

configuration file,265–266

DAO implementation for,263–265

DAO support class for,173

definition of,255,257,261,267–268

integration with,19

mapped statements (mapping file) for,261–263

Spring setup for,265–266

transaction management using,266–267

when to use,267,584

SQL queries,JDBC

features for,175

with JdbcTemplate class,183–189,204–206

with RDBMS operation classes,189–194,206–209

SQL state code,JDBC,174

SQLErrorCodeSQLExceptionTranslator class, JDBC,201,202–203

SQLException class,JDBC,174,180–182

SqlMapClient API,iBATIS SQL Maps,263–265

SqlMapClientDaoSupport class,173,263

SqlMapClientFactoryBean class,265

SqlMapClientTemplate class, 263–265

sql-map-config.xml file, 265–266

SqlQuery class, JDBC, 189, 190–192

SqlUpdate class, JDBC, 189, 192–193, 206–208

standards,Spring Framework and,31–32

Stateful Session Beans,implementing,410–411

StatefulJob interface,350–351

StatefulService interface,410

stateless remoting,307

Stateless Session Beans

implementing, 407–410

lookups, encapsulating, 402–406

Statement interface,JDBC,174

statement wrappers,with application servers,200–201

static pointcuts,127,129

staticAttributesMap property, AbstractView class,520

StaticMethodMatcherPointcut class,129

status of transaction,229

status.displayValue() method, BindStatus class,500

status.error() method, BindStatus class,500

status.errorCode() method, BindStatus class,500

status.errorCodes() method, BindStatus class,500

status.errorMessage() method, BindStatus class,500

status.errorMessages() method, BindStatus class,500–501

status.expression() method, BindStatus class,500

status.value() method, BindStatus class,500

stored procedures,JDBC,196–199,210–214

StoredProcedure class,JDBC,189,196–199,211–214

StringArrayPropertyEditor class,103

StringTrimmedEditor class,103

strongly typed operations,DAO,260

Struts Tiles,511–513

Struts web framework

compared to Spring Framework,1,3

controllers,530

converting to Spring MVC,437

data binding,526

definition of,525

features of,526,528,530,532

integration with,20,537–543

interceptors,530

presentation layer,528

struts-config.xml file,539,541

stub lookups,RMI remoting,317,320–322

Subject class,JAAS,372

successView property, SimpleFormController class,468

supportedMethods property, WebContent Interceptor class,448

supports() method, HandlerAdapter interface,478

SUPPORTS transaction attribute,222

suppressValidation() method, SimpleForm Controller class,470

swap() method, HotSwappableTargetSource class,148

Swing-based applications,using Spring with,596

synchronous messaging,339



Professional Java Development with the Spring Framework
Professional Java Development with the Spring Framework
ISBN: 0764574833
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 188

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