In this tutorial Read SharePoint Web Service list in Java tutorial,SharePoint news Web Service list in Java tutorial,Read SharePoint news list in Java,SharePoint Web Service list in Java, I will show how to consume and use a SharePoint Lists Web Service from java with Netbeans. The objective will be to read the items of a SharePoint news list from a java application.
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Tags: Read SharePoint news Web Service list in Java tutorial, Read the SharePoint List using java
Tags: RESTful web services in java
Tags: stock code, Stored procedure in Hibernate, using Stored procedure in Hibernate
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use store procedure in Hibernate. MySQL store procedure Here’s a MySQL store procedure, which accept a stock code parameter and return the related stock data. DELIMITER $$ CREATE PROCEDURE `GetStocks`(int_stockcode VARCHAR(20)) BEGIN SELECT * FROM stock WHERE stock_code = int_stockcode; END $$ DELIMITER ;…
Tags: Component Class, Component Family, Component Type, fileUpload, introduction tutorial, PrimeFaces, PrimeFaces p:fileUpload Tutorial
This How to use PrimeFaces p:fileUpload Tutorial clarifies the all features that bundled with the FileUpload component for getting started using it in your application wisely.
This tutorial assumed that you’re already had looked at the introduction tutorial that help you prepare your environment and executing your application as well.
FileUpload Basic Info
Tags: Difference between REST and SOAP webservices
This article is to compare REST vs SOAP. There is huge difference between REST and SOAP. Comparing SOAP and REST is not just right as they are different things. It is like comparing orangutan and octopus, I have high regard for both of them. But still, as it is a popular topic lets have a discussion on SOAP vs REST.
Roy Fielding was a member of the team that wrote the specification for HTTP and co-founder of Apache HTTP server project. He introduced the word REST and the concept in his doctoral thesis in 2000. REST disruptively took over as an architectural style for web services implementation.
Tags: @Controller, repository, service, Spring @Component