Utility classes collected and created over the years. Some of these might be useful to others.
Validator to add multiple validators and use them. It also contains
MappingValidators for which you can specify a class and fieldname(s) and decide if they
are required or not. Saves you writing javacode for all those required fields.
TargetSource and AOP infrastructure of Spring this enables for dynamic switching of basically anything. This has been used in production for switching
DataSources based on some request parameter.
As of Hibernate 4.1 multi-tenant support is build into hibernate, this multi-tenant support also has been integrated into this. Finally we added also support for Spring Integration, there is a
ChannelInterceptor which can be added to your channels to set/get the context from a message header.
LoggingItemWriter which can be useful to debug problems or for testing purposes. It also contains a
SynchronizedItemReader which can be useful if concurrency for reading is needed.
Deprecated: The code has been improved and moved to Spring Batch Extensions.
Batch - Excel Item Reader
ItemReaders for reading MS Excel files. Currently has basic implementations for the JExcelAPI and Apache POI. It was build like the
FlatFileItemReader from Spring Batch so it is fully configurable for your liking.
javax.servlet.Filters in the application context to the lifecycle of the container. It also enabled the filters to be configured inside the application context, which is especially nice with legacy filters (i.e. filters which rely on retrieving init-params inside the init method for configuration).
Some servlet listeners for debugging things that happen to the
HttpSession, can be registered manually or in a servlet 3.0 environment automatically.
Currently only a
FireAndForgetWebServiceMessageSender and connection. Current version of Spring Web Services doesn't support (out-of-the-box) fire-and-forget webservice calls. This adapter will make a
WebServiceMessageSender send only.