kandi X-RAY | spring-boot-example Summary
kandi X-RAY | spring-boot-example Summary
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I am running a sample app based on https://github.com/yahoo/elide-spring-boot-example
I removed all the elide references, added my own domains. Its now a basic spring boot app using hibernate. I updated the application.yaml with the following in order to
- Use my own SQL Server DB and dialect
- Ignore liquibase changelog
- Ignore ddl-auto
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-07 at 08:49
Looks like you have some initialization logic that does some lazy loading.
I need, for performance reasons, get rid of
DEBUG log messages in Spring Boot application running inside Docker. None of the Spring Boot options like (Docker) env variable
docker-compose.yml or Java system property
-Dlogging.level.org.jooq=INFO passed to docker container in
entry.sh do not remove these DEBUG messages reporting query execution details. Both option have been checked at Docker container level.
logback-perf.xml conf file, as in https://github.com/jOOQ/jOOQ/blob/master/jOOQ-examples/jOOQ-spring-boot-example/src/main/resources/logback.xml with
DEBUG->INFO, pointed by
LOGGING_CONFIG env var from
docker-compose.yml does not prevent these debug messages. I have verified that the custom
logback-perf.xml conf file is in use by changing appender patterns.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-07 at 11:02
The best way to remove those messages in jOOQ directly, is to specify
Settings.executeLogging = false, see here.
Obviously, there are also ways to set up loggers correctly, but I cannot see what you did from your description, or why that failed.
I dockerized this https://github.com/dstar55/docker-hello-world-spring-boot example and deployed to my Azure kubernetes cluster and the image won't display in the internal or external IP. I can't seem to figure it out! It's driving me nuts. Any help or advise? Thanks!
It should just print hello world in the web browser.
I'm running Kubernetes in Windows 10. To access Kubernetes I'm running
az aks browse --resource-group docker-cluster --name final2
It then connects and I'm able to view the dashboard locally. When I click services to find the internal IP, when I type this in the browser I'm getting this error.
Yaml File -...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Dec-12 at 02:37
According to the screenshot that you provide, it seems you create the service with a NodePort type Load Balancer for your application. It means you cannot access your application outside the AKS cluster nodes(generally the nodes do not have public IP). And you need to change the port with 8080 instead of 80 like it shows in the Dockerfile.
The solution is that you need to recreate your service with the load balancer type, then it will give you an external IP which you can access outside the cluster through the browser.
And you can also take a look at Publishing the services(service types).
I want to tell JOOQ not to quote the identifiers in the SQL it generates as per the answer here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/28146263/924597
But given I'm letting Spring Boot autoconfigure JOOQ - where do I put this setting?
It seems like the basic spring boot config only supports setting
spring.jooq.sql-dialect in the
application.properties, as shown in the JOOQ-spring-boot-example.
I tried putting
spring.jooq.renderNameStyle=AS_IS in the
application.properties but it didn't have any effect on the SQL.
Is there was way customise the Spring boot JOOQ configuration without having to configure JOOQ myself?
I am using SpringBoot 2.1.7.RELEASE and JOOQ 3.11.12....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Aug-19 at 07:13
Spring Boot is a toolkit to get you started with some set of dependencies as quickly as possible. This doesn't mean that you should do everything via Spring Boot. Spring Boot cannot possibly maintain a flag corresponding to every single third party library's flag out there.
The reason why spring boot supports
spring.jooq.sql-dialect is because in some cases, jOOQ cannot auto-detect the dialect from the JDBC
DataSource, so it is a necessity for Spring Boot to provide that information to jOOQ. The
Settings.renderNameStyle, on the other hand, is a much more advanced setting that Spring Boot doesn't need to know in order to get a minimal configuration started.
Hence, as soon as you're starting to use more sophisticated library settings / flags, you will need to configure the library yourself. In this case, you could provide the
DSLContext bean programmatically, or through various other Spring-idiomatic ways, e.g.
I use an example from internet, then try to upgrade from Spring Boot 1.5.10.RELEASE to 2.0.0.RC1. The application works ok with Spring Boot version 1.5.10.RELEASE, but it has error with version 2.0.0.RC1.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Feb-24 at 16:54
BeanConfig, you should inject the JPA
And remove the
getSessionFactory since the Hibernate SessionFactory is already created internally and you can always unwrap the
So, it should look like this:
I am running spring boot application on windows and its using windows-1252 encoding. However stand alone java program is using UTF-8 encodeing. How do I force spring boot to use UTF-8. below code outputs ????. I use the below command using jar -jar target\spring-boot-example.jar
I verified that in power shell program that default character set is windows-1252 (System.Text.Encoding)::Default...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jul-11 at 07:31
The problem seems to be your stdout, not the code. I suggest you create a simple
main class, without Spring Boot, or any external dependencies, and print UTF-8 characters. I'm on a Mac, and the following code prints find for me:
I created a spring boot basic application in Eclipse IDE by following a tutorial online. When I am trying to run the application as a java application, the application is not getting deployed in embedded tomcat. I have googled a lot and tried some of the found solutions. However, none worked for me. I am pasting the code here. Please let me know any possible issues. Code:-
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Aug-18 at 05:17
I added the annotation
AppConfiguration.java and it started working. The application was not able to determine which type of
ServletWebServerFactory to create. After adding above annotation, it created it for embedded tomcat already present in classpath.
From the above site I have downloaded the source code for the server. It's supposed to be a SpringBoot application. However, when I try importing the files in Eclipse, it doesn't seem to recognize them.
After downloading the source code as a zip file and extracting all files in it, I have noticed that the
.classpath files are missing. However, when I add the two files, I just get a java application and not a SpringBoot application.
Does anyone know how to fix this problem?...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-28 at 20:00
I have a Spring-Boot project that produces a SOAP web service. I configure it to use WS-Security (Wss4jSecurityInterceptor). The users are being loaded from database (MySQL) using JdbcUserDetailsManager. Furthermore I encrypt the user password using BCryptPasswordEncoder.
But when I try to consume the web service I get "The security token could not be authenticated or authorized; nested exception is org.apache.wss4j.common.ext.WSSecurityException: The security token could not be authenticated or authorized".
I know that Spring-Boot is trying compare plain text password with encrypt password at the data base. When I save the password on plain text in the data base it work!
How do I configure password encoder over WS-Security with Spring-Boot?
Github project: https://github.com/saenzemiliano/spring-boot-example-ws-wss.git
Web service location http://localhost:8080/sample/ws/countries
Web service invocation...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Apr-30 at 04:07
You can configure password encoder bean:
I was referring few articles to create global exception handler using
@ControllerAdvice for my rest api project using spring. The purpose of this is to send proper formatted response to the client in the case of exception occurred. In some articles they have added
Exception in global exception handler.
Should I replace it with
RunTimeException as this block is for exception occurred at runtime?
Exception Handler code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-18 at 19:00
Should I replace it with RunTimeException as this block is for exception occurred at runtime?
To make sure that you catch any exception thrown and never handled by your components or any exception handler with a more typed exception than
Exception, you should have a handler for
A handler for
RuntimeException is not enough because checked exception are also thrown at runtime and if the method declarations of your high level components specify
throws Exception or
throws "any checked exception", a checked exception could be propagated until the client or here the container that will apply a default behavior.
For example imagine this rest controller method declaration that could be make this situation to happen :
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You can use spring-boot-example like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the spring-boot-example component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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