If you have ever sent or received mail messages via Java, chances are high that you have used JavaMail for this task. Most of the time JavaMail does an excellent job and a lot of use cases are described in the JavaMail FAQ. But there are still some additional quirks you should be aware of when doing advanced mail operations like adding or removing attachments (or “Parts”) from existing mails retreived from some IMAP or POP3 store. This post gives a showcase for how to remove an attachment from a mail at an arbitrary level which has been obtained from an IMAP store. It points to the pitfalls which are waiting and shows some possible solutions. The principles laid out here are important for adding new attachments to a mail as well, but that’s yet another story.

more...

Author:Roland Huß
Tags:J2EE, Java, javamail
Categories:java mail
Devoxx - Day 4

The last full conference day of the Devoxx was again packed full with very interesting talks of various kind. It started with a keynote about the roadmap of JEE 7. Summarizing we can expect some smooth refinements of the platform (exept maybe the support for virtualization out of the box). Here are our impression on the talks of Thursday. Please expect our summary blog post on monday since we are all now in rush to get out things done and to catch train, plain etc. We hope, you enjoyed the blog flood so far ;-)

more...

Author:Roland Huß
Tags:cloud, devoxx, Java, scala
Categories:devoxx, java

Tomorrow, I’ll be speaking on Infinispan at the JBoss One Day Talk 2013.

Slides can be found here: http://rawgithub.com/ConSol/reveal.js/2013-jbossOneDayTalk/index.html.

See you tomorrow!

Author:Fabian Stäber
Tags:cache, infinispan, Java
Categories:cache, java
ConSol* @JavaLand

Jatumba ConSolis! Zwei aufregende Tage gehen zu Ende und was können wir euch berichten? Das JavaLand hat einen super Start in der Welt der Konferenzen hingelegt! Sowohl die Speaker als auch die Atmosphäre ließen keine Zweifel offen, hier entsteht etwas Großes. Neben sieben parallelen Tracks, einem Hacker-Garten und zahlreichen Community-Aktivitäten gab es einen kompletten Freizeitpark zu entdecken.

more...

Author:Fabian Stäber
Tags:conference, Java, JavaLand
Categories:java, javaland