Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Spring MVC 3.1 and JasperReports: Using iReport and AJAX (Part 5)


In the previous section, we have focused on the presentation layer and discussed jqGrid. In this section, we will focus on the configuration files, in particular the XML files.


Database properties

We'll use MySQL as our application's database. However, it's also possible to use a different database provider. Therefore, to make switching database simpler, we've externalized our database configuration within a properties file.

Application Context

Below is a typical application context file for enabling Spring MVC support.

Spring Data

In conjuction with the spring.properties file, we have to declare the actual datasource. Notice we're using JPA and Spring Data JPA support.


In the next section, we will build and run the application using Maven, and show how to import the project in Eclipse. Click here to proceed.
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