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Spring in Action, Second Edition by Ryan Breidenbach, Craig Walls

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Chapter 12. Accessing enterprise services

This chapter covers

  • Wiring JNDI resources in Spring

  • Sending email messages

  • Scheduling tasks

  • Exporting and using MBeans

Contrary to what you may have heard, Spring’s manifesto does not include a wholesale ousting of JEE technologies. Spring recognizes that the JEE specification is a collection of several effective subspecifications that still have their place in enterprise Java development. However, JEE does have a few rough edges that encourage less-than-ideal programming practices. Therefore, rather than subvert and replace JEE, Spring aims to complement JEE with a set of abstractions that round off the rough edges.

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