Spring Boot YARN how to deploy at Hadoop

I'm trying to run Spring Boot YARN sample (https://spring.io/guides/gs/yarn-basic/ on Windows). But example uses local hadoop. In application.yml I changed fsUri and resourceManagerHost to point to my VM's host 192.168.... But it doesn't work. When I

Why do I need an entityManagerFactory?

I have the following xml in my src/main/resources (is this the right place?) <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <beans xmlns="http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XM

Should predicates of Spring Specification be predicted?

Should a Predicate of springs Specification be static or nonstatic? The default implementation would be similar as follows: public static Specification<Customer> byCustomerName(String name) { return new Specification<Customer>() { @Override pu

Mapping Spring Applications with Extensions

@RequestMapping(value = {"/","/index","/homepages"}, method = RequestMethod.GET) public String home(/*Locale locale, Model model*/) { return "underConstruction"; } When the request comes in with context path or /ind

error spring boot @autowired dependency

I try do a fill repository with metrics in spring boot, but I have the problem that when I execute I recive error. This is my error: org.springframework.beans.factory.UnsatisfiedDependencyException: Error creating bean with name 'actuatorMetricsPrint

Spring Boot configuration with Morphia?

I do not want to utilize the Spring DATA MongoDB support. I want to leverage the ORM for MongoDB called Morphia. https://github.com/mongodb/morphia I want to configure the Morphia with Spring Boot. I want to externalize the configuration of Morphia i

Spring Boot Multiple Datasource

I'm quite new to spring boot and I'd like to create a multiple datasource for my project. Here is my current case. I have two packages for entity for multiple database. Let's say com.test.entity.db.mysql ; for entities that belong to MySql com.test.e

Allow only the current user to the grading page

I am building a web portal in grails with spring security. In my portal The users having USER, ADMIN role has the privilege to edit their profile. By login in USER role go to edit page /RITE/user/myedit/2 and can edit. Problem is when i editing the u

Auto-wiring error

My project is using Spring 4. I am new to Spring. I was trying out the example shown in this question How does autowiring work in spring?. My project looks like this: web.xml: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <web-app xm

Accessing objects nested in JSTL on the JSP page

I am having two classes: lets say class ABC{ private String a,b; public void setA(String a){ this.a = a; } public void setB(String b){ this.b = b; } public String getA(){ return this.a; } public String getB(){ return this.b ; } } class XYZ{ private A

Spring Interceptor Order 3

I have a Spring 3 Web App that implements two interceptors. Im using a config class annotated @Configuration. The code is as follows: @Override public void addInterceptors(InterceptorRegistry registry) { // TODO Auto-generated method stub super.addIn

Automatic spring range and scope of the prototype

I have a class named Bar with the following annotation: @Configurable(autowire = Autowire.BY_TYPE) On a private member I have the following annotation: @Autowired(required = true) private Foo foo; In the spring configuration I have a bean of class Fo

What alternative to use spring bean without wiring

I am using this in my UserDAO and hibernate @Resource(name="sessionFactory"); public SessionFactory sessionFactory; For some reason i am not able to link spring beans in my userDAO from 2 different classes. What is the other alternative of above

The perf4j @Profiled annotation does not work

I have gone thru the below link from perf4J site and have done same to same: http://perf4j.codehaus.org/devguide.html#Using_Spring_AOP_to_Integrate_Timing_Aspects Added the following in my spring.xml. <aop:aspectj-autoproxy/> <bean id="timin

Can I annotate an inherited final property with @Autowire?

Resolution: No I'm no longer extending the original parent. Original: Is there a way to annotate an inherited final setter method? I am extending a class which has a final setter which I would like to @Autowire with Spring. The parent class is from a