Konrad recently shared on our company’s technical room an interesting article on how caching is done is a big polish social network, nk.pl. One of the central concepts in the … Continue Reading →
Category Archives: JBoss
Implementing message replication in ElasticMQ with JGroups
ElasticMQ is a messaging server, with a Scala, Java, and an Amazon SQS-compatible interface. It supports guaranteed messaging by replicating the messages across a cluster of servers, and message persistence … Continue Reading →
Hibernate 4.1.4: Envers tests run&pass on multiple DBs
Envers is an entity auditing framework, making it possible to store and query for historical data. The Hibernate 4.1.4 release may seem to be a minor one, but it’s pretty … Continue Reading →
ElasticMQ 0.4: message replication
ElasticMQ is a message queue system, with Java, Scala and an Amazon SQS-compatible REST interface. The 0.4 release brings a new major feature: data replication. You can now setup a … Continue Reading →
ElasticMQ 0.1 released!
ElasticMQ is a simple messaging system, exposing an SQS-compatible REST interface. It can run using an in-memory H2 database (ideal for testing), or backed by a normal database (e.g. MySQL). … Continue Reading →
Envers bundled with JBoss AS 7.0.2!
Using Envers is now even easier! Since version 7.0.2, Envers comes bundled with JBoss Application Server. To showcase how easy the integration is, I created a small JSF/CDI application, which … Continue Reading →
How to handle inheritance and @Audited?
Some Envers uses had problems because of the limited flexibility in specifying which fields from superclasses (especially those annotated with @MappedSuperclass) should be audited or not. We improved a bit … Continue Reading →
Blending Ruby (on Rails) and CDI on OpenBlend 2011
I will have the pleasure to speak on OpenBlend 2011, in exactly a week: 15th September 2011, which will take place in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Apart from many other interesting presentations, … Continue Reading →
Modules, modules, modules …
I think everybody will agree that writing modular applications and modularity in general is a good thing. But how does support for modularity look like, both from the Java and … Continue Reading →
Using Envers with AS7
Recently I tried deploying a web application which uses Envers into AS7, but unfortunately I encountered some problems (see the forum discussion). Luckily thanks to the helpful JBoss guys I’ve … Continue Reading →