ericj

Netherlands

Java Developer at MP-Objects (Logistics) in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

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answered DatabaseError: current transaction is aborted, commands ignored until end of transaction block
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answered PSQLException: current transaction is aborted, commands ignored until end of transaction block
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comment In my ActiveMQ config I have problems with the udp and http protocols
The examples from the book activemq in action, so a JMS publisher and consumer.
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asked How to deploy the wicket examples in Tomcat?
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comment In my ActiveMQ config I have problems with the udp and http protocols
@Vihar, no, it is not
Jan
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revised In my ActiveMQ config I have problems with the udp and http protocols
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asked In my ActiveMQ config I have problems with the udp and http protocols
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awarded Autobiographer
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awarded Autobiographer
Dec
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awarded Necromancer
Dec
28
comment How to make a one-to-many bidirectional relation with JPA annotations, where the collection side owns it
This also does not answer my question. I want to use a join table.
Dec
27
asked How to make a one-to-many bidirectional relation with JPA annotations, where the collection side owns it
Nov
29
asked What does flex-shrink attribute in a flexbox item do?
Nov
24
comment @Autowired on setter function does not look at the property name (like autowired in XML does)
With @Autowired on the setter, Spring does not look at the setter name=property node.
Nov
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revised @Autowired on setter function does not look at the property name (like autowired in XML does)
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comment @Autowired on setter function does not look at the property name (like autowired in XML does)
No. That's my question. my is injected, not my2.
Nov
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asked @Autowired on setter function does not look at the property name (like autowired in XML does)
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accepted With constructor autowiring Spring does not throw an exception when there are multiple implementation types
Nov
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comment With constructor autowiring Spring does not throw an exception when there are multiple implementation types
Thanks. So you mean that Spring looks for the type, and if he find more then one, Spring looks for the name of the argument of the constructor?
Nov
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asked With constructor autowiring Spring does not throw an exception when there are multiple implementation types
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