JMSMessageID example

In this post under JMS, I will explain about JMSMessageID with an example JMSMessageID is a header field which is only set by JMS Provider and contains a string value that uniquely identifies a message. JMSMessageID is set by the provider when the JMSProducer calls the send method. Before calling the JMSProducer’s send method, the…… Continue reading JMSMessageID example

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Excluding exceptions from skipping

In my previous posts under Spring Batch, I showed that when reading, processing or writing records in a batch, exceptions can be thrown, we can skip them and move on to next record. This is done with xml configuration as shown below 1 <batch:job id=”importEmployees”> 2 <batch:step id=”readWriteEmployees”> 3 <batch:tasklet> 4 <batch:chunk reader=”reader” writer=”writer” commit-interval=”50″…… Continue reading Excluding exceptions from skipping

Sending JMS messages in a Transaction

In this post under JMS, I will explain how to send JMS messages in a Transaction. If you are running your code in Java SE environment or Java EE application client side code. We create a transacted session by calling the below method on ConnectionFactory class and passing “JMSContext.SESSION_TRANSACTED” as session mode. public JMSContext createContext(int…… Continue reading Sending JMS messages in a Transaction

ExceptionClassifierSkipPolicy example

In this post under Spring Batch, I will explain with an example how to use Spring Batch provided ExceptionClassifierSkipPolicy class. ExceptionClassifierSkipPolicy will not contain the logic of how to handle exceptions when thrown. Instead it is a delegator class which passes the exceptions thrown to appropriate exception handling SkipPolicy classes. ExceptionClassifierSkipPolicy will contain a map…… Continue reading ExceptionClassifierSkipPolicy example

Configuring Multiple SkipListeners

In this post under Spring Batch, I will show with example how to configure multiple Skip listeners. In my previous post, I showed how to configure a bean as skip listeners. For recap purpose below is the xml for your reference 1 <bean id=”mySkipListener” class=”package25.MySkipListener”/> 2 3 <batch:job id=”importEmployees”> 4 <batch:step id=”readWriteEmployees”> 5 <batch:tasklet> 6…… Continue reading Configuring Multiple SkipListeners