This project is a collection of Spring sources used to depict certain aspects of the framework.
These code samples are designed to be used together with http://www.apress.com/us/book/9781484208120 study guide. Detailed instructions on how to use them can be found in the book.
This is the raw version of the sources that can be found on the official Apress Github account: https://github.com/Apress/pivotal-certified-pro-spring-dev-exam. These sources will be maintained and upgraded periodically.
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Building and Deploying
This is a Gradle multi-module project. The *-practice projects, have tests and pieces left unimplemented so building the full project using:
To build the full project and skipping tests, build from the root (
gradle build -x test
To build the project and ignore failed tests so you can get your full build status with Gradle Receipt, build from the root (
pet-sitter) directory, using the following command:
gradle build -Dscan --continue
Just keep in mind, the project is quite big and when displaying the results, you browser might be slow.
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The ojdbc artifact is not available in Maven public repository. There are two possible solutions:
download it from the Official Oracle site and store it in the ~/.m2/repository/.. where Gradle is expecting to find it.
in build.gradle replace this line:
ojdbc : "com.oracle:ojdbc7:18.104.22.168",
with this line:
ojdbc : "com.github.noraui:ojdbc7:22.214.171.124.0"
I’m not sure how long the artifact will be available there (https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/com.github.noraui/ojdbc7/126.96.36.199), because Oracle licensing might prevent people from sharing their artifacts on public servers, so for long term use, the first solution is recommended.