Long time ago I decided to blog about my technology struggles – mostly with software but also with consumer devices. Don’t know why it happened on Christmas Eve though. Two years later I repeated the format. And here we are three years after that. So the next post can be expected in four years, I… Continue reading Last three years with software
Here we are for another story about JPA (Java Persistence API) and its problems. But before we start splitting our persistence unit into multiple JARs, let’s see – or rather hear – how much it is denied. I can’t even think about this word normally anymore after I’ve heard the sound. 🙂 Second thing to… Continue reading JPA – modularity denied
Displaying paginated results of entities with their *-to-many sub-entities is a tricky thing and many people actually don’t even know about the problems. Let’s check what JPA does and what it does not for you. Besides standard JPA I’ll use Querydsl for queries – this effectively results in JPQL. Querydsl is type-safe and compared to… Continue reading JPA Pagination of entities with @OneToMany/@ManyToMany
Happy New year, of course! My last year was a bit poorer blog-wise. For some reasons I was more lazy to write about things. Heck, sometimes I think that I was less lucky with new technology in overall. I achieved some nice results with testing in our company during the previous year. This year I… Continue reading Happy New Year 2013!