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00: ⏯ MySQL database beginner video tutorial

Related Links 1. Getting started with MySQL database beginner tutorial. SQL Interview Q&As 1. 14 FAQ SQL Interview Questions & Answers. 2. 9 SQL scenarios based interview questions answered.

Posted in ► Videos on persistence (JDBC, JPA, Hibernate, MySQL DB), SQL Tutorial

13: ♦ Getting started with MySQL database beginner tutorial

All Java developers not only must know “SQL”, but also a database is required for “JDBC tutorials”, “Hibernate Tutorials”, and so on. Any decent Java application will require a database. So, your self-taught Java projects must perform CRUD (i.e. Create Read, Update and Delete) operations on the database. Step 1:

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Posted in MySQL Tutorial, Setting up & getting started tutorials, SQL, SQL Tutorial

SSH Login without password so that tasks can be automated via shell scripts

The aim is to connect from “hostA” as “userA” to “hostB” as “userB” without being prompted to enter the password for userB@hostB. This allows you to scp files from hostA to hostB, create new directory on hostB from hostA, etc without being promoted for password to connect to hostB from

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YAML with Java using the SnakeYaml library tutorial

Step 1: Add “snakeyaml” to maven pom.xml as a dependency

Step 2: Define a YAML file under src/main/resources. For example, “logging.yml”

Step 3: Create a LoggingConfiguration Java POJO class.

Step 4: Finally, the main class that uses the Yaml library to read the configuration from the “logging.yml”

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Posted in YAML, YAML Tutorial

03: JMS API & File based JNDI Tutorial with Websphere MQ Client – Message Sender

Step 1: You need to have the Webspeher MQ client jar “com.ibm.mq.allclient.jar” in your project at “${basedir}/lib” and the JMS or JEE jar from a maven repository.

Step 2: Use the “JMS API” to send a message to a queue using a file based JNDI.

Step 3:You need

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02: Websphere MQ Client API Tutorial – Message Receiver

Step 1: You need to have the Webspeher MQ client jar “com.ibm.mq.allclient.jar” in your project at “${basedir}/lib”. You can refer to it via Maven as a local file based repository.

Step 2: Use the “Websphere MQ API” to receive a “MQMessage” from a “MQQueue”.

Step 3:You need to

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01: Websphere MQ Client API Tutorial – Message Sender

Step 1: You need to have the Webspeher MQ client jar “com.ibm.mq.allclient.jar” in your project at “${basedir}/lib”. You can refer to it via Maven as a local file based repository.

Step 2: Use the “Websphere MQ API” to send a “MQMessage” to a “MQQueue”.

Generally, yo want to

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Posted in Webspeher MQ Tutorials

05: Drools with rules in an excel spreadsheet – Global variables & variable capture

This extends 04: Drools with rules in an excel spreadsheet – Data validation . Step 1: Enhance the Trade.java POJO with “actualValues” field and “getFieldValue(String fieldNames)” method.

Step 2: trades-rules.xls with “variables” column. Step 3: The trades.drt template file invoking the “getFieldValues(…)” method & declaring global variables.

Step

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