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Spring Batch : How to use spring batch to read file from sftp server and save it into database?
Add a tasklet as the first step; have the tasklet invoke a Spring Integration flow, probably using an sftp outbound gateway to GET the file. There's an example of how to use the gateway in the sftp sample. The 'transfer start time' would be the time you invoke the gateway.

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Spring Batch Item reader repeate execution issue
If I understood you correctly, you need to read once and write many times. You can do that using the store procedure to get the results the first time the read() method is invoked and all remaining times you return the objects readed, one by one.

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set batch size in spring JDBC batch update
There is no option for jdbc that looks like Hibernate; I think you have to get a look to specif RDBMS vendor driver options when preparing connection string. About your code you have to use BatchPreparedStatementSetter.getBatchSize() or JdbcTemplate.batchUpdate(String sql, final Collection<T> batchArgs, final int batchSize, final ParameterizedPreparedStatementSetter<T> pss)

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Issue in understanding the Spring Bean Scopes Vs Spring web flow Session Scopes
You are confusing yourself with objects and beans. For each request, will it create a new Student Object or Spring container will create only once? The functioning of Spring is purely using beans. When you declare a something like a @Component, it's just an annotation that tells Spring that the part you've declared as a component is either Model or View or Controller i.e. a component of MVC. When you say something like @Scope=singleton, it tells Spring that only a single object instance can access the bean. Let me make it more clear. Say you and I are objects and a strawberry candy is a bean. So if you have the candy. I cannot take it from you. Meaning only one of us can have that candy. It's the same thing with singleton scope. Hope I made things simpler.. :)

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Is there a standard way to customize the deploy path in Spring Boot?
As it uses an embedded tomcat you should be able to add a /META-INF/context.xml to each application which specifies the path (at least this should work for a normal tomcat). That works for our normal embedded tomcat stuff, so I would expect it to work for Spring Boot as well.

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Is it possible to run a spring webmvc webapp with spring security in one spring container?
Short answer Remove the /WEB-INF/myapp-servlet.xml from the contextConfigLocation context param. Long Answer The ContextLoaderListener creates a root application context based on the configuration files defined in the contextConfigLocation and loads it into the ServletContext before any Servlet is initialized. The DispatcherServlet at the same time, will create a child application context with the specified configuration. You are not explicitly specifying any bean definition file, so by convention it will take /WEB-INF/appName-servlet.xml (/WEB-INF/myapp-servlet.xml in your case, which by chance exists). It happens that both your root application context and your child application context will have some common beans (duplicates, because they load the same configuration file). You hav

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I am new to Spring and I'm using Spring 4.0.0M2, in this i didnt find Spring.jar file
If you are creating a Maven Project, then use this repository and maven coordinates. It will download all the dependencies for you. Repository - http://repo.springsource.org/milestone/ Maven co-ordinates <dependency> <groupId>org.springframework</groupId> <artifactId>spring-core</artifactId> <version>4.0.0.M2</version> </dependecy>

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Regarding Spring Batch
Why dont you run it by using org.springframework.batch.core.launch.support.CommandLineJobRunner you can define it as your main class in Run Configuration of eclise. In Arguments give <your batch-job-xml-file><space><your Job (in your case its simpleJob)> You dont need maven here too. Just set classpath of required libraries.

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Spring batch 2.2 JavaConfig
Assuming that no other artifacts require a DataSource, you can use java config to create a context without a DataSource. To do that, your configuration will need to extend DefaultBatchConfigurer as you point out. In there, you'll override two methods, createJobRepository() and setDataSource(). Below is an example context (it doesn't define a job or steps, but it bootstraps all the related beans correctly). @Configuration @EnableBatchProcessing public static class BatchConfiguration extends DefaultBatchConfigurer { @Override protected JobRepository createJobRepository() throws Exception { MapJobRepositoryFactoryBean factory = new MapJobRepositoryFactoryBean(); factory.afterPropertiesSet(); return (JobRepository) factory.getObject(); }

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Getting error with Spring batch
I think you are mixing different versions of springbatch. Try downloading the latest version of all the jars and execute it. Similar problem was posted by someone in the SpringSource Forum, in this link

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Spring Test context scope
Spring should detect if it can setup a shared application context for you. Did you specify different xmls in different test cases? If your test case could run against a shared application context, you may try with: @RunWith(SpringJUnit4ClassRunner.class) @ContextConfiguration(.....) public abstract class AbstractSpringTests public class ConcreteTests1 extends AbstractSpringTests public class ConcreteTests2 extends AbstractSpringTests In this case, spring should setup only one application context. According to the reference, you should add @TransactionConfiguration instead of @Transactinal on test class(rollback is the default strategy if I'm not mistaken) If you want a transaction to commit — unusual, but occasionally useful when you want a particular test to populate or modi

Categories : Unit Testing

Transaction management with Spring Batch
You need to explicitly reference your Transaction Manager in your step definition: <job id="sampleJob" job-repository="jobRepository"> <step id="step1"> <tasklet transaction-manager="transactionManager"> <chunk reader="itemReader" writer="itemWriter" commit-interval="10"/> </tasklet> </step> </job> See: 5.1.1. Configuring a Step Ah, seeing that you use JavaConfig, you need to assign the transaction manager to the TaskletStepBuilder using builder.transactionManager(transactionManager) (inherited from StepBuilderHelper)

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Spring batch job with unique jobParamIncrementer
It looks like you don't pass the job name to the CommandLineJobRunner. Try changing the call to CommandLineJobRunner.main in JobRunner.main() method to: CommandLineJobRunner.main(new String[] { "applicationContext.xml", "uniqueJob", id});

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spring batch remains in EXECUTING
the current release of Spring Batch (2.2.0) doesn't appear to have an out of the box solution for this situation. as discussed in this question, 'manual' intervention in the database may be required. alternatively, if this is a particular job that is hanging (that is, you know the job name), you can do the following as well; use the JobExplorer.findRunningJobExecutions(jobName) go through the list of executions and 'fail' them (JobExecution.upgradeStatus(BatchStatus.FAILED)) save the change using JobRepository.update(jobExecution)

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is nested chunks in spring batch possible
You can't have nested chunk so you can code your own CompositeItemReader like(pseudo-code): class CompositeItemReader implements ItemReader<Transaction> { ItemReader<Promotion> promotions; ItemReader<Transaction> transactions; public void setPromotions(ItemReader<Promotion> promotions) {...} public Transaction read() { Transaction item = transactions.read(); if(null == item) { Promotion p = promotions.read(); if(null != p) { // Close transactions reader, create dynamic query and open transaction reader // Re-read item! item = this.read(); } } return item; } } but remember to register promotions and transactions as stream and remember to manage restartability. Or, if you are sure each Promotion

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spring batch : Tasklet without ItemWriter
Well, in a chunk, A reader and a Writer are MANDATORY! however, The ItemProcessor is optional. This is from the official doc : 5.1.1. Configuring a Step Despite the relatively short list of required dependencies for a Step, it is an extremely complex class that can potentially contain many collaborators. In order to ease configuration, the Spring Batch namespace can be used: <job id="sampleJob" job-repository="jobRepository"> <step id="step1"> <tasklet transaction-manager="transactionManager"> <chunk reader="itemReader" writer="itemWriter" commit-interval="10"/> </tasklet> </step> The configuration above represents the only required dependencies to create a item-oriented step: reader - The ItemReader that provide

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Spring-batch and file upload
The link below might solve your problem. The information you have given is not helping me dig deep into the problem. Link for Solution If you are still not able to solve this, give me the below details: 1) When you debug are you able to get into the importUsers in the debug mode? 2) Is the file (which the code is trying to read) in the classpath.

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Spring Batch 'RunIdIncrementer' not generating next value
This might be a long shot but it took me a long time to figure it out because the only symptom was sporadically getting the JobInstanceAlreadyCompleteException as you describe so I figured I'd suggest it. The database I was using was Oracle and the BATCH_JOB_SEQ and BATCH_JOB_EXECUTION_SEQ I had created both had a CACHE_SIZE of 10. This had the effect of sometimes causing the JOB_INSTANCE_ID and JOB_EXECUTION_ID to not be ordered correctly. Spring batch makes the assumption that the most recent JOB_INSTANCE is the one with max(JOB_INSTANCE_ID) (see org.springframework.batch.core.repository.dao.JdbcJobInstanceDao.FIND_LAST_JOBS_BY_NAME). Since my sequence was sometimes thrown off, this assumption did not always hold true. I fixed it by setting the sequences to NO_CACHE. An easy way to t

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How to write more then one class in spring batch
You can use a CompositeItemWriter. But perhaps your summary processing should be in another step which reads the rows you previously inserted

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why do I need the prefix 'batch:' in my spring beans
batch is the alias in your XML file for the http://www.springframework.org/schema/batch namespace. You'll have something like this at the beggining of your XML: xmlns:batch="http://www.springframework.org/schema/batch" This means that whenever you're prefixing an element with batch:, you're specifying that the element is the one Spring defines. This is necessary to clear out possible ambiguities (there might be other frameworks around defining the <job> element). It is possible to define a default namespace for all elements in the XML document, so that if no namespace is prefixed, it'll be the one that the declaration is referring to. This default namespace is defined with the xmlns="..." attribute, and is usually assigned to the http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans name

Categories : Xml

Could not Autowired JobLauncherTestUtils in Spring-Batch
After some googling found out that a bean definition needs to be specified in the context.xml used for JUnit testing. <bean id="jobLauncherTestUtils" class="org.springframework.batch.test.JobLauncherTestUtils" > <property name="job" ref="custom.entities"/> <property name="jobRepository" ref="jobRepository"/> <property name="jobLauncher" ref="jobLauncher"/> </bean> With above definition I am able to autowire JobLauncherTestUtils.

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How to resolve Spring Batch Error?
Which versione of spring-batch are you using? With 2.2.1.RELEASE (and 3.2.3.RELEASE of Spring framework) this example works fine! Libraries (from maven) are: org.springframework spring-core spring-beans spring-context spring-batch-core spring-batch-infrastructure

Categories : Java

Start a spring batch job when already within a transaction
Use AbstractJobRepositoryFactoryBean.ValidateTransactionState, but use carefully (Warning: Dragons ahead). To use another transaction you can inject a custom SimpleJobLauncher.executor with method Executor.run marked as @Transactional() (or create a custom JobLauncher and do the same trick on method run). I haven't tried because I haven't faced the problem, but hope can help.

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Spring Security @RolesAllowed Works but @Secured gives me AccessDeniedException in Spring 3.2 with Spring Security 3.1
Try to use a security role with a name that ends with ROLE From Spring Security Reference: RoleVoter The most commonly used AccessDecisionVoter provided with Spring Security is the simple RoleVoter, which treats configuration attributes as simple role names and votes to grant access if the user has been assigned that role. It will vote if any ConfigAttribute begins with the prefix ROLE_. It will vote to grant access if there is a GrantedAuthority which returns a String representation (via the getAuthority() method) exactly equal to one or more ConfigAttributes starting with the prefix ROLE_. If there is no exact match of any ConfigAttribute starting with ROLE_, the RoleVoter will vote to deny access. If no ConfigAttribute begins with ROLE_, the voter will a

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how to declare a variable in session scope using spring MVC
You can create a Session Scoped bean containing the List or Set the List as a HttpSession attribute.

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Application scope PropertyPlaceHolder Spring in Mule
You could namespace your properties to prevent cross-sharing, like "readApp.prop.conn" and "writeApp.prop.conn". Alternatively, try turning system properties off: <spring:beans> <context:property-placeholder location="classpath:connections.properties" ignore-unresolvable="true" system-properties-mode="NEVER" /> </spring:beans>

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spring-batch : load and use a property file
I'm a bit confused about your questions because I think you only need to load a properties file in spring context using a PropertiesFactoryBean: <bean id="config" class="org.springframework.beans.factory.config.PropertiesFactoryBean"> <property name="location"> <value>file:path_config_file</value> </property> </bean> <bean class="org.springframework.beans.factory.config.PropertyPlaceholderConfigurer"> <property name="propertiesArray"> <list> <ref bean="config"/> </list> </property> </bean> and you can refer to property values using ${} placeholder; but this solution is unrelated to spring-batch; I don't need it! About your questions:

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JPA Hibernate bulk/batch update in Spring MVC
what you've got is pretty much the standard way of updating multiple rows via JPA. event spring-data-jpa that exposes save(Iterable<T> items) just loops over the Iterator under the covers. here's another question that is answered very nicely on the options, but in short, you're on the right path with the alternative being to formulate and execute the update statement yourself. update: executing in a single transaction may increase performance as you only have the transaction overhead once. you also get the scenario where if one of the updates fail, any previous ones are rolled back too. (so, potentially you lose all the 'work' from previous updates - you may or may not want that) also, be aware of the transaction manager type you're using (e.g. JTA or JPA) and the JPA implementa

Categories : Hibernate

How to stop file transferring in spring-batch
From ConsumerTemplate's javadoc receiveBody waits until there is a response; you need to work with timeout (check TimeoutPolicy in spring-batch) or a different way to mark reader as 'exhausted' (return null from reader) to stop reader from reading

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How to set exit status in spring batch application
You should properly intercept job execution- public void afterJob(JobExecution jobExecution){ if( jobExecution.getStatus() == BatchStatus.COMPLETED ){ jobExecution.setExitStatus(new ExitStatus("CUSTOM SUCCESS STATUS")); } else if(jobExecution.getStatus() == BatchStatus.FAILED){ jobExecution.setExitStatus(new ExitStatus("CUSTOM FAILURE STATUS")); } }

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Spring Batch ItemReader list processed only once
The problem is that you marked your reader as scope="prototype". It should be scope="step". In Spring-batch there are only two scopes: singleton (the default) and step. From the javadoc: StepScope: Scope for step context. Objects in this scope use the Spring container as an object factory, so there is only one instance of such a bean per executing step. All objects in this scope are (no need to decorate the bean definitions). and Using a scope of Step is required in order to use late binding since the bean cannot actually be instantiated until the Step starts, which allows the attributes to be found. During the Spring context startup look at your log and you will see this line: INFO: Done executing SQL script from class path resource [org/springframework/batc

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How to implement batch operations with MyBatis/Spring?
I'm not sure I understand the question fully correct but I will try to give you my thoughts. For making the single service I would recommend to generify the service interface: public void bulkUpload (@RequestBody List<T> myRecords) Then you can check the type of the object and call the propper mapper repository. Then you can generify it more by creating a common interface: public interface Creator<T> { void create(T object); } and extend it by your mapper interface: public interface MyService extends Creator<MyRecord>{} Now the most complicated step: you get the object of a particular type, see what exact mapper implements the Creator interface for this class (using java reflection API) and invoke the particular method. Now I give you the code I use in on

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spring batch StaxEventItemReader release out an exception
Before all check this thread and check if your xml file is composed by a single object element like: <Object> <child1>...</child1> <child2>...</child2> <child3>...</child3> </Object> because StAX reader implementation works for files like <root> <Object>...</Object> <Object>...</Object> <root> If this solve the problem, stop reading! Else apparently there aren't errors in your configuration. Assuming latest version (2.2.1.RELEASE) Error is in this line at StaxEventItemReader.moveCursorToNextFragment() while (reader.peek() != null && !reader.peek().isStartElement()) { so, most probably, reader is null; or you have unmarshal problems and reader go into trouble. Is error thrown at

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Spring Batch reading csv columns in different order
Spring-batch reads and tokenize fields from CSV in sequence, as expected. The problem is in BeanWrapperFieldSetMapper: to inject FieldSet values into bean's properties mapper pass from an String[] (ordered with your field names) to a Properties (look FieldSet.getProperties()) to match property-value. I think you can achieve your goal using a StepExecutionListener and intercept item after reading (you will get your mappedPosition fully popolated)

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Is there a way to override and not execute the headerCallBack in Spring Batch
Header will be written only is FlatFileItemWriter.headerCallback property is setted else header writing is skipped. In your 7th writer just set FlatFileItemWriter.setHeaderCallback(null). In Spring XML write: <bean id="my7thwriter" class="My7thWriterImpl" parent="parentFlatFileWriter"> <property name="headerCallBack"><null/></property> </bean>

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Passing jobParameters to bean in Spring Batch
I have looked all over the Spring references and I have not seen late binding in the constructor arguments so I am not sure it works. I assume you are setting the jobParameters in the JobArgs, in which case it should have the same scope="step"

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Getting NullPointerException in Spring Batch when tomcat is shut down
I have not tried with spring quartz. However, normally while using Quartz, we shutdown the quartz gracefully. By gracefully, I mean here that I will shutdown the scheduler only after executing all my pending jobs(jobs which are executed currently but have not yet marked their completion). For graceful shutdowns, we pass attribute true while using method shutdown. Refer API here I am eager to know how spring quartz implementation does this.

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Spring batch one reader multiple writers
What do you mean by "multiple writers"? What you are trying to achieve seems NOT multiple writers, but a single writer with multiple-threads. To be clear, when we are talking about "multiple writer", we mean a reader read a chunk, and need to do different kind of "writing" for the chunk. e.g. you may have a PlayerRecordReader which read Player from somewhere, and you have PlayerDbWriter and PlayerFileWriter which writes to DB and File. Multiple writer are not for distributing the load. For case that you want the writing to be done in parallel, what you need is a single writer (of course you need to make it thread-safe) and using executor in your step definition. This page in Spring Batch give you clear instruction on how to do it. http://static.springsource.org/spring-batch/referenc

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Spring batch : call beforeProcess on ItemProcessListener only once
Your best choice to be sure method is called once is to use a StepExecutionListener and bind this listener to step where you use your ItemProcessor. Else, if you need to call just before ItemProcessor.process() add a ItemProcessListener and manage a flag in StepExecutionContext: if this flag is not setted (false) or absent call the method and set flag to true else do nothing. But if you can be more precise about your use-case a better solution can be found. Hope can help!

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Spring Batch - Counting Processed Rows
Spring Batch itself keeps track of how many records it reads, writes, processes and how many it skips (for each of those numbers). That information is stored in the StepExecution. The StepExecution can be accessed from a StepExecutionListener. In this case an implementation of the afterStep method will suffice. public class SkippedItemStepExecutionListener extends StepExecutionListenerSupport { @Override public ExitStatus afterStep(StepExecution stepExecution) { int skipped = stepExecution.getSkipCount(); // Total for read+write+process // Log it to somewhere. return null; } } How to add it to your job/step is explained in the reference guide Links StepExecution javadoc StepExecutionListener javadoc Listener Configuration Reference

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