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*[[STP/Stardust/KnowledgeBase/Integration/Application/POJO|Plain Java]]  
 
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*[[Stardust/Knowledge_Base/Integration/Applications_and_Services/Spring|Spring Bean]]<br>
 
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*Spring Batch (planned, looking for contributors&nbsp;;-) )
 
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Click on the Application Type of interest above for additional information and examples illustrating their usage.<br><br>  
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Click on the Application Type of interest above for additional information and examples illustrating their usage.<br><br>
  
 
== Validation and Exception Handling<br>  ==
 
== Validation and Exception Handling<br>  ==

Revision as of 22:04, 16 March 2012

Application Types

Apart from the standard Application Types that officially ship with Stardust a number of additional Application Type implementions are also availale. You can write and add your own ones to the platform as well.

The standard application types are:

Other implementations are available as downloadable plug-ins or as examples:

  • Visual Rules
  • SQL/JDBC
  • Spring Batch (planned, looking for contributors ;-) )

Click on the Application Type of interest above for additional information and examples illustrating their usage.

Validation and Exception Handling

Understanding Exception Propagation

Validation and exception handling in JSF applications

Business Rules Integration

Calling Drools Rule from POJO Application

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