Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Sending Email Via JavaMail API Example

From last one month, My internet device is missing from my terrace. So, Mostly I use mobile to access my mail but accessing mail via mobile is very irritating thing because of the slow bandwidth. To send one single mail I have to wait till the mailbox get opened.

This is very simple way to send mail without opening your account. :)

This is the example to show you how to use JavaMail API method to send an email via Gmail SMTP server.

You need mail.jar library to run this code.

import java.util.Properties;

import javax.mail.Message;
import javax.mail.MessagingException;
import javax.mail.PasswordAuthentication;
import javax.mail.Session;
import javax.mail.Transport;
import javax.mail.internet.InternetAddress;
import javax.mail.internet.MimeMessage;

 * @author abdul
public class SendEmail {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        final String username="YOUR_USER_NAME"; //abdulwaheed18
        final String password="YOUR_PASSWORD";   //*******

        final String to = "SENDER_EMAIL"; //
        final String from = "YOUR_EMAIL"; //

        Properties props = new Properties();
        props.put("", "");
        props.put("mail.smtp.socketFactory.port", "465");
        props.put("mail.smtp.auth", "true");
        props.put("mail.smtp.port", "465");

        Session session = Session.getDefaultInstance(props,
                new javax.mail.Authenticator() {
            protected PasswordAuthentication getPasswordAuthentication() {
                return new PasswordAuthentication(username,password);

        try {
            Message message = new MimeMessage(session);
            message.setFrom(new InternetAddress(to));
            message.setText("Hi User,\n Surprise Message.\n Regards,\nWaheed");
            System.out.println(“Message sent Successfully");
        } catch (MessagingException e) {
            throw new RuntimeException(e);

Gmail SMTP Detail :

Friday, August 24, 2012

Spring Auto-Wiring Beans with @Autowired annotation

In Spring, you can use @Autowired annotation to auto wire bean on the setter method, constructor or a field.

There are two ways to can achieve it :
1.Using <context:annotation-config />
    Just Add Spring context and <context:annotation-config /> in bean configuration file

<beans xmlns=""
    xmlns:xsi="" xmlns:p=""

    <context:annotation-config />

2. Using AutowiredAnnotationBeanPostProcessor
Add 'AutowiredAnnotationBeanPostProcessor' directly in your bean configuration file.

And in Class, Just add annotation @Autowired above the setter function as seen below , You can do the same on constructor too:
class A {
private B b;

   public void setB(B b) {
      this.b = b;

Error:No Hibernate Session bound to thread, and configuration does not allow creation of non-transactional one here

To solve this problem. You have to do two things:

1. mark the DAO as transactional or function which is doing database call like:

   public class EmployeeDaoImpl  extends DaoImpl implements EmployeeDao{
    public long addEmployee(Employee employee) {
        System.out.println("Employee:"+employee );
        long id = employeeDao.addEmployee(employee);
        System.out.println("Id1: " );
        return id;

2. Enable the annotation driven transcation management in applicationContext.xml (where your beans are defined):

<beans xmlns=""
    xmlns:xsi="" xmlns:p=""
<!-- Main transaction manager for accessing internal DB -->
    <bean id="transactionManager"
        <property name="sessionFactory" ref="sessionFactory" />
    <!-- enable the configuration of transactional behavior based on annotations -->
  <tx:annotation-driven transaction-manager="transactionManager"/>

That's it. Hope it works for other too.

Keyboard Shortcuts That Work in All Web Browsers


Ctrl+1-8 – Switch to the specified tab, counting from the left.
Ctrl+9 – Switch to the last tab.
Ctrl+Tab – Switch to the next tab – in other words, the tab on the right. (Ctrl+Page Up also works, but not in Internet Explorer.)
Ctrl+Shift+Tab – Switch to the previous tab – in other words, the tab on the left. (Ctrl+Page Down also works, but not in Internet Explorer.)
Ctrl+W, Ctrl+F4 – Close the current tab.
Ctrl+Shift+T – Reopen the last closed tab.
Ctrl+T – Open a new tab.
Ctrl+N – Open a new browser window.
Alt+F4 – Close the current window. (Works in all applications.)

Mouse Actions for Tabs

Middle Click a Tab – Close the tab.
Ctrl+Left Click, Middle Click – Open a link in a background tab.
Shift+Left Click – Open a link in a new browser window.
Ctrl+Shift+Left Click – Open a link in a foreground tab.


Alt+Left Arrow, Backspace – Back.
Alt+Right Arrow, Shift+Backspace – Forward.
F5 – Reload.
Ctrl+F5 – Reload and skip the cache, re-downloading the entire website.
Escape – Stop.
Alt+Home – Open homepage.


Ctrl and +, Ctrl+Mousewheel Up – Zoom in.
Ctrl and -, Ctrl+Mousewheel Down — Zoom out.
Ctrl+0 – Default zoom level.
F11 – Full-screen mode.


Space, Page Down – Scroll down a frame.
Shift+Space, Page Up – Scroll up a frame.
Home – Top of page.
End – Bottom of page.
Middle Click – Scroll with the mouse. (Windows only)

Address Bar

Ctrl+L, Alt+D, F6 – Focus the address bar so you can begin typing.
Ctrl+Enter – Prefix www. and append .com to the text in the address bar, and then load the website. For example, type howtogeek into the address bar and press Ctrl+Enter to open
Alt+Enter – Open the location in the address bar in a new tab.


Ctrl+K, Ctrl+E – Focus the browser’s built-in search box or focus the address bar if the browser doesn’t have a dedicated search box. (Ctrl+K doesn’t work in IE, Ctrl+E does.)
Alt+Enter – Perform a search from the search box in a new tab.
Ctrl+F, F3 – Open the in-page search box to search on the current page.
Ctrl+G, F3 – Find the next match of the searched text on the page.
Ctrl+Shift+G, Shift+F3 – Find the previous match of the searched text on the page.

History & Bookmarks

Ctrl+H – Open the browsing history.
Ctrl+J – Open the download history.
Ctrl+D – Bookmark the current website.
Ctrl+Shift+Del – Open the Clear Browsing History window.

Other Functions

Ctrl+P – Print the current page.
Ctrl+S – Save the current page to your computer.
Ctrl+O – Open a file from your computer.
Ctrl+U – Open the current page’s source code. (Not in IE.)
F12 – Open Developer Tools. (Requires Firebug extension for Firefox.)

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Use mySQl setup from your virtual machine

Have you ever faced a situation where you want to use your MYSQl from your virtual machine. i,e your MYSQL set up is on the windows and your linux is on VM player and you want to use it rather than installing it again on linux box.

If yes, Then here is the solution.

My System configuration where I have tested.
OS : Windows 7
MYSQL: version 5.5 on windows
RHEL 5 on VM player


1 . Open MYSQL workbench 5
2.  Open your MYSQL from server Administrator.
3.  Goto Security -> Users and Privileges
4.  Replace 'localhost' with '%' in limited connectivity to host matching box.

And you are done here..:)

All credit goes to my Manager..Thanx a lot..:)

List all xml files from the JAR.

Do you want to know which all files are in the jar without extracting it.?

This is a small tutorial where I am listing all the xml files.

import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Enumeration;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.jar.JarEntry;
import java.util.jar.JarFile;

 * List the name of all xml which is in given jars
 * @author abdul
public class ListXmlFiles {
    /* Stores the xml file name*/
    List<String> list = new ArrayList<String>();

    public List<String> getList() {
        return list;

     * @param args
     * @throws IOException
    public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {
        ListXmlFiles xmlFiles = new ListXmlFiles();
        JarFile jarFile = new JarFile("./lib/dummyJar.jar");
        Enumeration<JarEntry> e = jarFile.entries();
        while (e.hasMoreElements()) {
        System.out.println("List:" + xmlFiles.getList());

    private void process(Object obj) {
        JarEntry entry = (JarEntry)obj;
        String name = entry.getName();
        if(name.endsWith(".xml")) {

If you want to know all the files name inside,Just removed the if-else filter, It will add all  the filename into the list.
private void process(Object obj) {
        JarEntry entry = (JarEntry)obj;
        String name = entry.getName();


Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Windows Command Prompt Tricks You Probably Don’t Know

1. Send a Command’s Output to the Clipboard
Note: This will work for any command.

Without doing copy and paste the output, We can send the output directly to the clipboard.
ipconfig | clip

2. Open Command Prompt From a Folder

Do you want to open the command promp within a folder from explorer ? All you have to do is hold shift while right  clicking on a folder and the option will appear in the context menu.

3. Command History
We can view our past command  i,e using doskey command.
doskey /history

4. Drag and Drop Files to Change the Current Path

Another neat trick if you are not a fan of opening a command prompt from the context menu is the ability to drag and drop folders onto the prompt and have it automatically enter the path of the folder.

5. Run Multiple Commands In One Go
Want to run multiple command at once?  You can do this by linking them with double ampersands.
ipconfig && netstat

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