Using JAXB And StaxEventItemReader To Read XML Data

Jonny Hackett Development Technologies, Programming, Spring, Spring Batch Leave a Comment

In one of my previous Spring Batch blog articles, I wrote about the need to read a set of data, process the data, and export the transformed data into XML for consumption by another system. In this blog, I’ll be doing the opposite. I’ll show you how to read data from an XML format instead.

Spring Boot With GraphQL: What The Cool Kids Are Doing

Matt McCandless Development Technologies, GraphQL, Spring Boot 2 Comments

This article is going to introduce you to Spring Boot with GraphQL. We’ll walk through a simple beer app to show you what it can do. So you have built this really sweet API with all the gets, puts, and deletes you can think of. Your baby is just beautiful the way it is, right? Well, maybe developer Joe thinks …

Spring Batch: Using JAXB And StaxEventItemWriter To Generate XML

Jonny Hackett Java, Spring Batch, Tutorial Leave a Comment

While working with a client recently, my team was given the task to retrieve the held securities and account data from the system and export it to XML with the goal of importing it into another external system. The solution involved building a Spring Batch job that would read a set held security data, export that to XML data, and deliver the file to the external vendor securely.

In this blog, I’ll be giving a tutorial on how to execute this solution. These requirements form the basis for the example we’ll use.

Utilizing Spring Batch for Large Dataset Summarization

Clayton Neff Databases, Java, Spring, Spring Batch Leave a Comment

I was recently tasked with summarizing the data of a several-million-row table, and the task proved to be a bit grueling at first. Eventually, I found a way to summarize the large dataset with Spring Batch, but not without a wrong turn or two at first. In this post, I’ll walk you through my process and how I overcame this …

Spring Boot & Apache Camel: Navigating the Data Processing Desert

Matt McCandless Apache, Java, Spring, Spring Boot Leave a Comment

This article will set up a basic Spring Boot app that incorporates Apache Camel to move some sample files around.

If you are like me, you find that flat-file processing can be pretty dry. Considering what Apache Camel does, its name is very fitting. While there are plenty of reasons for the name, it definitely makes sense that Apache Camel does a lot of lugging things around for you…