Entries with tag spring .

David H Nebinger | 27 Jul 2022

Introduction You may have seen my blog Setting Up JNDI in Liferay 7.4 which I posted to explain how to do a JNDI lookup. The code works, I assure you, but there's one group of developers that blog didn't serve: Spring Portlet Developers. Whether you are developing using PortletMVC4Spring and Spring 5, or you are developing using Spring Portlet MVC under an older ...

David H Nebinger | 22 Jul 2022

Introduction I've been working with a client to upgrade their Spring portlet wars to Liferay 7.4. And the update is kind of big as we're upgrading Spring, changing to PortletMVC4Spring (needed for Spring 5), ... They have a large number of Spring portlet wars, but in reviewing the code I noticed that each of the wars had duplicate Spring services defined into the Spring...

Neil Griffin | 04 Apr 2022

The following versions of PortletMVC4Spring were released on April 1, 2022 AD: (NOT an April Fools joke, BTW -- the release actually occurred on that day) Version Description   5.3.2For use with Spring Framework 5.3.x (tested with 5.3.18)Release Notes          For download coordinates and archetype usage, see the ...

Neil Griffin | 06 Jan 2022

The following versions of PortletMVC4Spring were released on January 5, 2022 AD: Version Description   5.3.1 For use with Spring Framework 5.3.x (tested with 5.3.12) Release Notes 5.2.2 For use with Spring Framework 5.2.x (tested with 5.2.18.RELEASE) Release Notes 5.1.3 For use with Spring Framework 5.1.x (tested with 5.1.20.RELEASE)...

Fabian Bouché | 31 Aug 2021

With this first blog, I'd like to start a series about application integration. Quite often, I encounter projects where Liferay must integrate with some backend services. There are lots of integration patterns. Integration may happen at browser or server side. There are many development frameworks available (React, Vue, MVC Portlet, Liferay Faces, Spring MVC Portlet...) Communication with...


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