Spring Login (Stack Templates)

Spring Login (Stack Templates).

Spring Login (Stack Templates) on GitHub

Suite of demo projects (Spring, Spring Boot, Spring-Security, JSP, Apache Tiles, Thymeleaf, Spring-Jpa, Spring-Data-Jpa, JCache, Ehcache, Infinispan, Hibernate, EclipseLink, MySQL, Logback, Maven, Gradle).

This Suite contains follow demo/template projects:

print-tool (Print Tool):

scripts

  • Scripts for creating/init/drop of database;

sl-jsp-hib-ehc2 (Spring Login)

  • Spring Boot
  • JSP
  • Spring MVC + Spring-Security
  • DAO (using Hibernate Session Factory)
  • Hibernate
  • Ehcache2

sl-jsp-jpa-hib-ehc2 (Spring Login)

  • Spring Boot
  • JSP
  • Spring MVC + Spring-Security
  • DAO (using JPA EntityManager)
  • Hibernate
  • Ehcache2

sl-jsp-djpa-jc-hib-ehc3 (Spring Login)

  • Spring Boot
  • JSP
  • Spring MVC + Spring-Security
  • DAO (Spring Data JPA)
  • JCache
  • Hibernate
  • Ehcache3

sl-jsp-djpa-jc-hib-infsp (Spring Login)

  • Spring Boot
  • JSP
  • Spring MVC + Spring-Security
  • DAO (Spring Data JPA)
  • JCache
  • Hibernate
  • Infinispan

sl-jsp-djpa-eclnk-cache (Spring Login)

  • Spring Boot
  • JSP + Apache Tiles 3
  • Spring MVC + Spring-Security
  • DAO (Spring Data JPA)
  • EclipseLink
  • EclipseLink Cache

These projects can be used as templates for creation of new Java Spring Framework projects.

Project sl-jsp-djpa-eclnk-cache contains more advanced gui, more roles and more advanced implementation of auth (please, see screenshots here: screenshots).
Also sl-jsp-djpa-eclnk-cache creates default Root Admin (login: ‘root‘ passw: ‘root‘). Root Admin cann’t be removed, but can be updated (for ex. passw value).

You can launch built applications as using java -jar sl-xxx.war as you can deploy them to your Java Servlet Container.

Please, and send your notes and questions to info@smansoft.com.

Java Print Tool

Reflection-based suite of facades over Logger, that provides logging of complex objects.

Print Tool (print-tool) on GitHub

Overview
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Some time, it’s necessary to save in log complex objects (VO, DTO, Entities and some other POJO).

The main features of Print Tool:

– facade over Logger, that allows to solve (using reflection) and print header and footer of output of some function; in this case you don’t need to care about name of function, if it has been renamed/re-factored;

private static final IPrintTool printTool = PrintTool.getPrintToolInstance(LoggerFactory.getLogger(TestPrintTool.class));

public void testPrintTool() {
	printTool.debug(PrintSfx.SFX_IN);
	// some code here
	printTool.debug(PrintSfx.SFX_OUT);
}
 

– provides solving of all fields of complex objects (including aggregated objects) and print values of all fields; in this case you need to use only:

IpVO ipVO;
AddressReqVO addressReqVO;

// init of objects ipVO and addressReqVO

printTool.info(ipVO);
printTool.info(addressReqVO);

– provides interface, that allow to override print of complex objects
(please, see interface com.smansoft.tools.print.api.IPrintable in sources);

As result, usage of Print Tool in function:

private static final IPrintTool printTool = PrintTool.getPrintToolInstance(LoggerFactory.getLogger(TestPrintTool.class));

@Test
public void testPrintTool() {
	printTool.debug(PrintSfx.SFX_IN);

	printTool.info(ipVO);
	printTool.info(addressReqVO);

	printTool.debug(PrintSfx.SFX_OUT);
	Assert.assertTrue(true);
}

generates follow log output:
print-tool-tests.log

You can find sources of Print Tool here:
Print Tool (print-tool) on GitHub

Please, see example of usage of the Print Tool in Unit Test code. Also you can find usage of this project here:
Spring Login (Stack Templates)