In the world of software development, shutting down applications correctly is just as important as running them correctly. Spring Boot, a popular Java-based framework for building microservices, is no exception. A mismanaged shutdown of a Spring Boot application can lead to data corruption, loss of information, and other serious consequences.
Error: Could not find or load main class is a common error encountered in Spring Boot applications. This error occurs when the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) is unable to locate the main class specified in the command to run the application. In this blog post, we’ll go over the causes
Spring Boot is a popular framework for building web applications in Java. It provides many features out of the box, including security, which makes it easier for developers to secure their applications. However, there may be instances where you want to disable security in your Spring Boot application, for example,
Java is a popular programming language that is used by developers to create robust and scalable applications. Spring Boot is a popular framework that makes it easy to build production-ready applications in Java. However, even with the power of Spring Boot, developers can still run into errors like the java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
YAML (YAML Ain’t Markup Language) is a human-readable data serialization language that is commonly used for configuration files in various applications, including Spring Boot. YAML is easy to read and write compared to other data serialization languages such as XML or properties files. In this post, we will show how
Spring Boot is a popular framework for building Java-based applications, providing a convenient way to create stand-alone, production-grade applications that run with little effort. Despite its many benefits, some developers may encounter an issue where their Spring Boot application shuts down immediately after starting. In this blog post, we will
Spring Boot is a widely used framework for building Java applications. It provides many benefits, including the ability to get beans from the application context. In this article, we’ll explain what the application context is, why it’s useful, and how to get beans from it in Spring Boot. Introduction to
When developing a Spring project using the Spring Tool Suite (STS) IDE, you may encounter an error message indicating that the 8080 port is already in use. This can happen if there is another application or process running on your system that is using the same port. In this blog
Spring Boot is a popular framework for building RESTful web services in Java. In this blog post, we’ll explore how to process POST requests with JSON data in a Spring Boot RESTful API. We’ll look at the steps involved in reading JSON data from the request body and responding to
Spring Boot is a popular framework for developing REST APIs. It provides a wide range of features that make it easier to build and test applications. One common use case when building a REST API is to call another REST API as part of the processing of an incoming request.
Spring Boot provides an easy way to configure HikariCP, a popular and high-performance JDBC connection pool, using application.properties. Here’s how you can do it: Step 1: Add the HikariCP dependency to your project. If you’re using Maven, add the following to your pom.xml file: Step 2: Configure the datasource in
Handling exceptions in a REST service is crucial to ensure that the service returns meaningful error messages to the client in case of errors. Spring Boot provides several ways to handle exceptions in a REST service. In this blog post, we’ll be covering the steps to handle exceptions in a
Spring Boot is a popular framework for building web applications, but sometimes developers may encounter errors when starting the application. One such error is “org.springframework.context.ApplicationContextException: Unable to start ServletWebServerApplicationContext due to missing ServletWebServerFactory bean”. In this post, we will go over the cause of this error and how to resolve
The org.springframework.beans.factory.NoSuchBeanDefinitionException is a common exception that can occur when working with the Spring Framework. This exception is thrown when the Spring Application Context is unable to find a bean that has been requested by the application. In this blog post, we will take a look at the causes of
When developing a Spring application, one of the common errors that developers encounter is “Expected at least 1 bean which qualifies as autowire candidate for this dependency”. This error message is thrown by the Spring framework when it is unable to find a suitable bean to autowire a dependency. In