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Nullpointer exception quartz integration with spring
The answer is, unfortunately, simple: sourceDao is null. Quartz instantiates the job classes by itself. The only way to pass a parameter to that class is to use the JobExecutionContext in executeInternal(). First, when you scheduleJob() you have to set the JobDetails. JobDetail thisJobDetail = new SimpleJobDetail<T>(this.getClass().getName(), (Class<? extends AbstractQuartzJob<T>>) this.getClass()); thisJobDetail.getJobDataMap().put(DATA_MANAGER_MAP_KEY, dataManager); sched.scheduleJob(thisJobDetail ,aTrigger); Then, when you are executing the job, you can access the details like this: this.dataManager = (DataManager) jobContext.getJobDetail() .getJobDataMap().get(DATA_MANAGER_MAP_KEY); In your case use sourceDao a

Categories : Java

Spring injecting an interface implementation gives Nullpointer
Seems like you don't have annotations enabled, try adding: <context:annotation-config /> <context:component-scan base-package="<your_package_name>,<your_another_package_name>" /> xmlns: xmlns:context="http://www.springframework.org/schema/context" xsi schema location: http://www.springframework.org/schema/context http://www.springframework.org/schema/context/spring-context-3.1.xsd

Categories : Java

autowire in returns nullpointer for bean
You may need to modify your SearchAction bean to explicitly declare autowiring. <bean id="searchAction" class="se.b5.com.database.action.SearchAction" autowire="byName"/> But really, I'm not sure about this. I've heard it autowires byType by default. Also make sure you've added Spring context. This is an example (you may want to use the most up-to-date versions). <beans xmlns="http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:context="http://www.springframework.org/schema/context" xsi:schemaLocation=" http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans/spring-beans-2.5.xsd http://www.springframework.org/schema/context http://www.springfra

Categories : Java

Injecting JSF Managed Bean to a EJB
No, that's not possible. The @ManagedProperty works inside @ManagedBean classes (JSF managed beans) only. You can only use @EJB or @Inject to inject another EJB or a CDI managed bean (a @Named class). However, it makes design technically no sense to inject a front-end class like a JSF or CDI managed bean in a business service class like an EJB. An EJB should be designed in such way that it can without changes be reused together a completely different front-end like JAX-RS webservice or even a plain vanilla servlet. An EJB should absolutely not have any javax.faces.* imports/dependencies (like as that it should not have any javax.ws.rs.* nor javax.servlet.* ones). If you intend to pass data from the JSF managed bean to an EJB, then just pass it as method argument. Such data is usually in

Categories : JSF

bean not injecting on spring MVC
You need to add the following to your servlet-context.xml configuration file, you don't need to declare annotated beans in the XML file. <mvc:annotation-driven /> <context:component-scan base-package="com.carloscortina" /> My suggestion would be to download Spring Stool Suite (STS) and create a new spring template project (selecting the MVC template), it will create a runnable project and that way you can see how everything is put together.

Categories : Spring

Injecting BeanFactory into a Bean
Your bean can implement BeanFactoryAware. By implementing this interface, your bean will receive the BeanFactory through a call to this method: void setBeanFactory(BeanFactory beanFactory) throws BeansException By the way, there is a similar interface (ApplicationContextAware) in order to retrieve the ApplicationContext if you need to.

Categories : Java

Error injecting ejb to jsf managed bean
Stop your server. Right click on project-jar(Project Browser) Clean and build. Right click on project-war(Project Browser) Clean and build. Run your Project. I hope that this solves your problem

Categories : Java

Injecting bean into default constructor
You can do it via Setter Injection. For this, you need to add a setter method for your member field b Can i have both parameterized constructor and a setter as well ? Yes you can have. If the parameterized constructor is the only constructor in your bean, then you should go with constructor injection. else create non-argument default constructor (along with the parameterized constructor) for your class and go with setter OR constructor injection.

Categories : Java

Quartz in Spring; jobDataAsMap serialization for multiple-use job bean
There were two levels of problem to be solved; getting something to be serialized takes some painstaking examination and alteration of code, and the clustered environment writes serialized forms of the beans to the database and then uses them in preference to (or in place of, or addition to, I'm not sure) the spring/quartz configuration files. Once I got ALL the serialization necessaries done, and wiped the database records of all the jobs that had been stored there, it worked more like I had expected.

Categories : Java

Injecting spring bean in Hazelcast entry listener
In Hazelcast you can configure a spring bean as a listener and configure that bean how ever you like. Here is a sample for your case; <hz:listeners> <hz:listener implementation="entryListener"/> </hz:listeners> <bean id="entryListener" class="com.acme.EntryListener"> <property name="customBean" ref="customBean" /> </bean> <bean name="customBean" class="com.acme.CustomBean"/>

Categories : Java

Spring injecting or autowiring datasource bean to class
NullPointerException on the line: this.jdbcTemplate.update(sql); If the NPE is actually on that line, then this.jdbcTemplate is obviously null. If this is true then either: The setDataSource(...) method is not being called in Spring, possibly because the @Autowired is not right somehow. It would be easy to add a System.out.println(...) or put a debugging breakpoint in setDataSource to see if it is being called. If it is being called then maybe there are more than one instance of a.b.c.myBeanOne? Are you for sure getting the instance being called from another class from the Spring context? Put a breakpoint in setDataSource and notice the this object reference id. Then put a breakpoint on the this.jdbcTemplate.update(...) line and make sure that the this reference-id is the same.

Categories : Java

Injecting blueprint OSGi service into JSF/PrimeFaces bean
We solved this in the following way: We created a listener that: Creates a ServiceTracker that tracks the BlueprintContainer service attached to the same bundle Puts the servicetracker into the ServletContext attributes We created an ELResolver that uses this ServiceTracker and if there is a BlueprintContainer available it uses the getComponentInstance of that to get the value The listener opens the servicetracer during application initialization and closes it during application destroy Our listener class: https://source.everit.biz/svn/everit-util/trunk/core/src/main/java/org/everit/util/core/servlet/ServiceLoaderListener.java Our EL resolver class: https://source.everit.biz/svn/everit-util/trunk/core/src/main/java/org/everit/util/core/el/OsgiELResolver.java User/pass: guest/guest

Categories : JSF

Injecting a bean with @Autowired not working in Soap Handler Issue?
Was your SOAP Handler been instanciated by Spring ? Your @Service classes are read and instanciated by Spring at DI Container initialization, so the @Autowired can work. So your handler need to be instancied by Spring to be managed (with a @Component-like annotation, for example). If it need to be instanciated by a Java EE container, you should consider extending SpringBeanAutowiringSupport Regards

Categories : Java

What are the Bean Scope constraits when injecting Managed beans and Properties in to another
Definitely no, you only can access them via FacesContext if your current class is not managed by JSF session. There are. You only can set a managed bean which has a wider scope. That makes sense, cause there's no reason for a bean with @SessionScope, for example, to contain explicit info about a @RequestScoped bean. However, you could access some session info from your request scoped bean if you do it in the other way. Referring to this last question you can get the managed beans from your context in several ways.

Categories : Java

Error creating bean with name 'flowBuilderServices': Initialization of bean failed with spring web flow
You need a reference to a view resolver. like so: <bean id="viewResolver" class="org.springframework.web.servlet.view.InternalResourceViewResolver"> <property name="prefix" value="/WEB-INF/jsp/" /> <property name="suffix" value=".jsp" /> </bean>

Categories : Maven

Injecting stateless local bean into Arquillian test gives WELD-001408 error
How does your archive content look like? You can print it out for example to the console during deployment process by using archive.toString(true). Can you also share your arquillian.xml? Personally I recommend using Servlet protocol as it's way more usable than default one for AS 7 which is JMX.

Categories : Unit Testing

org.springframework.beans.factory.UnsatisfiedDependencyException: Error creating bean with name 'helper' . No unique bean of type [java.lang.String]
Try Droping the @Autowired annotation in Ctor and configuring it in xml: <bean id="helper" class="test.Helper"> <constructor-arg ref="clientFactory" /> <constructor-arg ref="modelManager" /> <constructor-arg type="java.lang.String" value="http://test.com" /> <constructor-arg ref="securityService" /> </bean>

Categories : Java

.setPreviewDisplay(holder) creating NullPointer exception
If you are crashing with a NullPointerException in the surfaceCreated() method shown above, then it should be obvious what your problem is: camera is null. Since you are passing camera into the constructor of CamPreview, you will need to investigate how you are calling this constructor.

Categories : Java

Creating multiple SchedulerFactoryBean in Quartz
Please can you explain why do you need two scheduarfactorybeans. As per spring doc, FactoryBean that creates and configures a Quartz Scheduler, manages its lifecycle as part of the Spring application context, and exposes the Scheduler as bean reference for dependency injection. This means you cant have multiple instances of the bean. Also as per your code you are trying to schedule multiple jobs which can be done using one schedularFactoryBean. Create Multiple job beans and their corresponding triggers and add them as list to the schedular factoryBean. All the triggers will be invoked as per configuration irrespective of whether it is a cron trigger or simple trigger.

Categories : Spring

Error creating applicationContext.xml: Error creating bean with name 'sessionFactory' defined in ServletContext resource
Your log hints "java.lang.ClassCastException: org.springframework.orm.hibernate3.LocalDataSourceConnectionProvider cannot be cast to org.hibernate.service.jdbc.connections.spi.ConnectionProvider" It seems that you're using Hibernate4 with spring-hibernate3-support: hibernate-core-4.1.8.Final.jar org.springframework.orm.hibernate3.LocalSessionFactoryBean

Categories : Java

Error creating bean with name 'entityManagerFactory'
haven't go though all the details, but i have same error days before and just solved. Try to replace: <bean id="dataSource" class="com.mchange.v2.c3p0.ComboPooledDataSource" destroy-method="close"> to <bean id="dataSource" class="org.springframework.jdbc.datasource.DriverManagerDataSource" > <property name="driverClass" value="org.h2.Driver" /> <property name="url" value="jdbc:h2:mem:configm0;mode=Oracle;" /> <property name="user" value="MPIM0" /> <property name="password" value="MPI963M0" /> </bean> let see does it work for you.

Categories : Spring

Error creating bean By @Resource
You are probably not using the right sessionFactory class. If you are using Hibernate 4, use LocalSessionFactoryBean instead of AnnotationSessionFactoryBean. Replace <bean id="sessionFactory" class="org.springframework.orm.hibernate3.annotation.AnnotationSessionFactoryBean"> by <bean id="sessionFactory" class="org.springframework.orm.hibernate4.LocalSessionFactoryBean">

Categories : Java

Creating non-bean instances with Spring
You can make beans non-singletons if you like. Depends on whether you are ok with the XML: <bean id="beanA" class="misc.BeanClass" scope="prototype"> <property ... /> </bean> Which will give you a new instance every time. Each instance will be initialized with injected values. You can use this annotation too: @Scope("prototype")

Categories : Spring

How can i get access to the same instance of the class without creating one more bean id
If you want the same object to be injected, then you must not define another bean, but use the same definition: <beans> <bean id="stream-core" class="com.StreamHandler" scope="singleton" init-method="init"> <constructor-arg><ref bean="streamingthread"/></constructor-arg> </bean> <bean id="streamingthread" class="com.StreamingThread" scope="singleton" /> </beans> And if you want a field to be accessible, then add a method to your class that lets you access the field. EDIT: You can only inject (autowire) Spring beans into other Spring beans, obtained from the application context. Client is not a Spring bean, and you get an instance of it using new Client(). Spring is totally unaware of this class and of its instanciat

Categories : Spring

BeanCreationException: Error creating bean with name '/' defined in ServletContext
Root cause of the exception is "nested exception is java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: org.springframework.util.ClassUtils.isPresent(Ljava/lang/String;)Z" It seems to be an incompatible version problem. Please check all spring framework artifacts' version.

Categories : Java

IBM Worklight v6.0- "Error creating bean with name 'taskManager' defined in URL"
I see in worklight.properties the line: wl.db.type=ORACLEwl.db.url=jdbc:oracle:thin:@localhost:1521:WRKLGHT there are two lines connected to one. is that a forum post typo ? or is this the real file contnet. should be: wl.db.type=ORACLE wl.db.url=jdbc:oracle:thin:@localhost:1521:WRKLGHT and don't forget to the delete the line containing : wl.db.jndi.name=... (you must decide: either you use JNDI or you use JDBC database connection). 2nd issue which is much more important: you abuse here the same server for two different worklight versions (5.0.6 and 6.0.0). Are you sure you downloaded from Eclipse market a Worklight v5.0.6 plugin ? (I suspect you've downloded v6.0) If yes, It can be very confusing and error prone. I strongly recommend you install a separate Tomcat instance for 5.0

Categories : Tomcat

Java spring persistence error creating bean
Turns out there was a problem with the code, some changes within the classes that were not propagated through the rest of the code that was using the implicit DB tables. After forking before the commit in question, the error was gone completely. broken code here this helped Seems this is somehow also connected to a bug in the hibernate implementation, got rid of it with some annotations

Categories : Java

Creating input fields dynamically in JSF 2.0 and linking it to a backing bean
I assume that you have a class Address for the addresses. And a AddressBean with a List to keep the adresses. The code might look like this (for the most basic scenario I can think of): <h:form id="addressForm"> <h:commandButton value="Add Address" action="#{addressBean.addAddress()}" immediate="true" execute="@this"> <f:ajax render="addressForm" /> </h:commandButton> <c:forEach items="#{addressBean.addressList}" var="address"> <h:inputText value="#{address.street}" /><br /> </c:forEach> <h:commandButton value="Save" action="#{addressBean.persistAddresses}" /> </h:form> @ManagedBean @ViewScoped public class AddressBean { private List<Address> addressList = new ArrayList<Addres

Categories : JSF

Error creating bean with name 'transactionManagerPostProcessor' while deploying grails application on tomcat
url = "jdbc:h2:file:prodDb;MVCC=TRUE;LOCK_TIMEOUT=10000" refers to a H2 file database. Can you try using in memory prodDb instead if the intention was not to refer to a file database? url = "jdbc:h2:prodDb;MVCC=TRUE;LOCK_TIMEOUT=10000"

Categories : Java

Error creating bean with name 'cxf' defined in class path resource [META-INF/cxf/cxf.xml]
java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: javax/wsdl/WSDLException This is your problem. You need to add javax.wsdl API classes to your test class path. For example wsdl4j contains the class, so if you're using maven, try <dependency> <groupId>wsdl4j</groupId> <artifactId>wsdl4j</artifactId> <version>1.6.3</version> <scope>test</scope> </dependency> If you don't use maven, you can download the jar from this link.

Categories : Spring

Spring @Autowired Not Working Error Creating Bean Injection Of Autowire dependencies failed
It is very clear from the exception that ,no bean is available of type PersonImport in your application contexts. Declare the person import bean in your configuration file and then try. <bean id="personImport" class="com.mycompany.smsdatabase.service.PersonImport"/>

Categories : Spring

Cannot add Module to Java EE Enterprise Application - nullPointer when creating Enterprise Application Project
Root cause is that the WTP project configuration fails due to the wrong java web facet being installed. You could try to determine if the EAR project has deployment descriptor, if so, then force save. final ReferencedComponent ref = AddComponentToEnterpriseApplicationOp.findReferencedComponent(earwc, wc, se, compse);

Categories : Eclipse

Spring Security 3.1.x & JSF 2.0 : " BeanCreationException: Error creating bean with name 'org.springframework.security.filterChains' "
I would start by checking your classpath (look in the lib directory of your WAR file) and make sure you don't have different Spring jars in there. It's not uncommon for maven to pull in transitive dependencies from some dependency and cause you to end up with Spring 3.0.x and Spring 3.1.x jars at once. You can avoid this by adding exclusions to your pom, or more simply by explicit versions each Spring jar you need. Then make sure you are using up-to-date versions of both Spring Security and Spring. Note that Spring and Spring Security are separate projects with independent version numbers. There's no reason why you can't be using Spring 3.2.3 with Spring Security 3.1.4, for example, but you should have the latest minor version of whichever release you choose.

Categories : Java

BeanCreationException Error creating bean … ClassFormatError … javax/validation/Validation need sustain
Add the javax.validation dependency to the pom.xml, also make sure that you already don't have any jar linked to your application with the classes of this jar. <dependency> <groupId>javax.validation</groupId> <artifactId>validation-api</artifactId> <version>1.0.0.GA</version> </dependency>

Categories : Spring

Ajax postback in JSF 2.2 view scoped bean creating new view
This behaviour is, apparently, an issue with glassfish 4. It happens when an update attribute contains a form id. A workaround is to update an inner container instead of the whole form. More here: http://forum.primefaces.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=31280

Categories : JSF

Error creating bean with name 'entityManagerFactory' -> Cannot parse persistence unit from class path resource [META-INF/persistence.xml]
Firstly, java compiler will not validate the existence of persistence.xml during compile time. The error only happen at runtime. Stack trace you're getting is pretty clear, your program could not locate persistence.xml on classpath. The location of persistence.xml within your jar has to be: META-INF/persistence.xml, or if it's war: WEB-INF/classes/META-INF/persistence.xml

Categories : Java

Spring Testing - Inject mocked bean with nested bean dependencies
You could use standalone mockMvc if you do want to unit test the controller. private MockMvc mockMvc; private SomeController controller = new SomeController(); @Mock private ResourceAdminService resourceAdminService; @Before public void setup() throws Exception { controller.setResourceAdminService(resourceAdminService); this.mockMvc = MockMvcBuilders.standaloneSetup(controller).build(); } If you still want to setup an ApplicationContext, but it's too annoying with the DI. Maybe you'll interested in this article(http://java.dzone.com/articles/how-use-mockstub-spring). But the Strategy C:Dynamic Injecting will rebuild an ApplicationContext per test which could slow you tests if you have too many @Test methods.

Categories : Java

Concurrency control with method invocation in EJB bean vs. Spring bean
EJB declarative concurency management applies only to singleton session beans, see javax.ejb.ConcurrencyManagement API. Regular session beans have no thread safety issues because containter insures that only one thread accesses a bean instance at any given time. As for Spring beans concurrency is not managed by container, programmers themselves should take care of it.

Categories : Java

When to declare a spring bean as private static when the bean is singleton?
If by declaring the bean as static, you mean something like @Bean public static MyBean myBean() { return new MyBean(); } then the benefit of this is to have your bean generated before the instance method beans. You would use this for example with a BeanFactoryPostProcessor which states: Application contexts can auto-detect BeanFactoryPostProcessor beans in their bean definitions and apply them before any other beans get created. The Spring Java configuration way for these to be auto-detected and initialized before the rest of your beans is to declare and initialize them with static methods. For example, @Bean public static PropertySourcesPlaceholderConfigurer propertySourcesPlaceholderConfigurer() { return new PropertySourcesPlaceholderConfigurer(); } Spring will de

Categories : Spring

Why does rich:inputNumberSlider does not update backing bean (@Managed Bean)
The setSecurityLevel setter will never be invoked till you submit the form where your rich:inputNumberSlider is contained. Alternatively, you can set the value whenever the inputNumberSlider is changed, adding an ajax per event processing, which will execute your component (I don't use richfaces, but that would be the desired format): <h:form> <rich:inputNumberSlider id="severityLevel" value="#{pubController.severityLevel}" minValue="1" maxValue="3" maxlength="1" > <a4j:ajax event="change" execute="@this" /> </rich:inputNumberSlider> </h:form> Generally, that kind of behaviour is unrequired unless you want to perform some kind of validation while user is changing the input value (it also could be useful to render dependent componen

Categories : JSF



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