The following blog post describes how to set up a minimal Java Messaging Service (JMS) example while using new features of the JMS API (Version […]

Abstract This blog post compares Java EE Security with Apache Shiro and Spring Security based on self-defined categories. It’s aimed at readers who want to […]

Information is very valuable these days and access to it should be limited. That is why application security is a very important and integral part […]

What’s this blog post about? The focus of this post is to create and secure a microservice with Java EE. More detailed, a simple REST […]

Spring Batch is a popular implementation of JSR 352. But how can it be used in a Java EE application server environment using CDI-Beans. In […]

I would like to present a new approach on testing Java EE Applications. Testing is a critical aspect in any application. I think that’s a […]

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