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Java codeless application monitoring is all about simplicity. Using the Java agent, you can monitor all of your Java applications hosted in any environment without performing any code changes. Microsoft now made the Java 3.0 agent for Azure Monitor Application Insights publicly available.


The Java agent can be enabled through just a couple of configuration changes, and it instantly enables powerful functionality and benefits. Continue reading further to know more about it.

Published by on under Azure | Azure DevOps

As a developer, everyone knows about the enum type. It is a special data type that enables a variable to be a set of predefined constants, and the variable ought to be identical to one of the values that have been defined for it.


In the SOAP web service, the communication is made through XML (string). But what will happen if someone sends a garbage value to an enum type variable in the SOAP request? This post is all about that. So, continue reading it further.

Published by on under Java | Manika-Chowdhury

In the previous blog post, we learnt how to parse WSDL using the 'wsimport' tool. That's not the only option to parse a WSDL file in Java. If you are using Maven as a build tool, you can perform the same using 'JAX-WS' Maven plugin.


In this tutorial, we are going to learn how you can use the 'JAX-WS' Maven plugin to parse a WSDL file to generate java classes.

Published by on under Java | Manika-Chowdhury

The Web Services Description Language (WSDL) is an XML based interface definition language that is used for describing the functionality offered by a SOAP web service. If you have a WSDL file and you want to generate java classes (.java and .class) from it, there are number of ways.


In this quick 'how-to' article, we will learn how to generate java classes using the 'wsimport' command that by default comes with JDK.

Published by on under Java | Manika-Chowdhury

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