Applications need to programmatically access CAS. Generally, proxying works for this. However, there are cases where an application needs to access a resource as itself, in which case proxying doesn't make any sense.
At Rutgers, we've implemented a relatively "heavyweight" SOAP based service via Axis. We're now looking at complementing that with a lightweight resource-driven architecture. This page details that proposed work.
This API works to expose a way to RESTfully obtain a Ticket Granting Ticket resource and then use that to obtain a Service Ticket.
Hibernate comes with three different caching mechanisms - first level, second level and query cache. Truly understanding how the Hibernate caches work and interact with each other is important when you need to increase performance - just enabling caching in your entity with an annotation (or in classic .hbm.xml mapping file) is easy. But understanding what and how things happens behind the scenes is not. You might even end up with a less performing system if you do not know what you are doing.
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Hi everybody, as I have seen quite a few people in this forum attempting like myself to do a basic setup for a service type company (ours is an engineering one) where projects are setup, hours recorded (timesheets) and invoices produced on time in line scenarios, I though it might be usefull pulling all our effort into one discussion thread. I have written a basic setup scenario from scratch and would greatly appreciate comments, help, suggestion, bashing if it is not the right way of doing it, etc....