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  • #16
    Hi All,
    I created a Spring Roo Addon which injects security into existing Spring Roo Project.

    TypicalSecurity is a Spring Roo add on which injects following features in a Spring Roo App with single command
    1. Databased User Role Security
    2. Forgot Password
    3. Change Password
    4. User Registration with recaptcha and sending activation email
    5. User Activation

    Please note the project is far from stable, the default path works for now

    http://code.google.com/p/spring-roo-...ical-security/
    http://code.google.com/p/spring-roo-...GettingStarted

    The YouTube Video for the same is here - http://www.youtube.com/my_videos_tim...id=Y-kuYj8vsYU

    Let me know if I qualify?

    Cheers,
    Rohit

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    • #17
      Hi Rohit

      Yes, you qualify. Please email [email protected] with [kanga] in the subject line and the details (address, shirt size etc) we need to get one away to you.

      Cheers
      Ben

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      • #18
        Roo on NIO Httpd 1xio

        I have created a trunk revision of 1xio specific to GWT Requestfactory currently working for our roo codebase.

        http://code.google.com/p/1xio/wiki/GWTRequestFactory

        right now it serves http POST method via RequestFactory and GET method from the $CWD which is sufficient for static hosting of gwt as an embedded app.

        i would be interested in collaborating with roo testers using jms who might want fine-grained REST control on gwt frontends

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        • #19
          Sujit I have looked at all of your links below they are very good.
          I'm new to this forum and i have recently started evaluating Spring Roo for one of our upcoming assignments. I always have a concern of not having a Service layer in the Roo model. But my project would involve performing CRUD operations on multiple table per single business request and i dont want all those calls to be made from the Web controller.
          had any one had similar situation?? i tried to add a service layer after creating a spring roo sample but i was totally unseccessful. My main question is here is it even advisable to add a Service layer or should i just start looking for alternates to spring roo?

          Thanks a lot
          Originally posted by sujitpal View Post
          Would these qualify?

          Here is a set of posts I wrote as I was developing my first Roo application. It is a typical database backed web application.

          http://sujitpal.blogspot.com/2010/07...th-of-ktm.html
          http://sujitpal.blogspot.com/2010/07...mizations.html
          http://sujitpal.blogspot.com/2010/07...-security.html
          http://sujitpal.blogspot.com/2010/08...ntrollers.html

          Here is another one (slightly longer) that I built recently that replaces the persistence layer with a custom one (JSON over HTTP to a remote webservice). This just depends on Roo for the basic scaffolding, but then puts everything behind login, and adds the user to every query, and adds a Dojo rich text editor for some textarea forms.

          http://sujitpal.blogspot.com/2010/09...-alfresco.html

          If you are giving out T-shirts, my size is XL :-). A toy kangaroo would be nice too, would fit in nicely with my penguin and mule...

          -sujit

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          • #20
            There is an addon from gvNIX team that allows you to create a service layer.

            The bundle symbolic name for service add-on is org.gvnix.service.roo.addon. To install it:

            pgp trust --keyId 0xC5FC814B
            addon install bundle --bundleSymbolicName org.gvnix.service.roo.addon

            Use example:

            # Create a service layer class
            service class --class ~.service.MyServiceClass

            # Add operations to the service layer class
            service operation --name checkString --service ~.service.MyServiceClass
            service operation --name returnString --service ~.service.MyServiceClass --return java.lang.String --exceptions java.lang.Exception

            It also the addon allows you to expose class operations as web services and import external web services as a local service class, more info at http://code.google.com/p/gvnix/wiki/...urity_features and http://code.google.com/p/gvnix/wiki/...ces_Management)

            You can report any issue at http://code.google.com/p/gvnix/issues/list. Send your doubts to http://listserv.gva.es/cgi-bin/mailm.../gvNIX_soporte

            Kind regards

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            • #21
              Martinez - thx a lot i will try it out.

              Originally posted by mmartinez View Post
              There is an addon from gvNIX team that allows you to create a service layer.

              The bundle symbolic name for service add-on is org.gvnix.service.roo.addon. To install it:

              pgp trust --keyId 0xC5FC814B
              addon install bundle --bundleSymbolicName org.gvnix.service.roo.addon

              Use example:

              # Create a service layer class
              service class --class ~.service.MyServiceClass

              # Add operations to the service layer class
              service operation --name checkString --service ~.service.MyServiceClass
              service operation --name returnString --service ~.service.MyServiceClass --return java.lang.String --exceptions java.lang.Exception

              It also the addon allows you to expose class operations as web services and import external web services as a local service class, more info at http://code.google.com/p/gvnix/wiki/...urity_features and http://code.google.com/p/gvnix/wiki/...ces_Management)

              You can report any issue at http://code.google.com/p/gvnix/issues/list. Send your doubts to http://listserv.gva.es/cgi-bin/mailm.../gvNIX_soporte

              Kind regards

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              • #22
                Is this still alive? Would http://code.google.com/p/ossmoney/ qualify?

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by atatikonda View Post
                  Martinez - thx a lot i will try it out.
                  It looks amazing. If it works, you deserve a real Kangaroo and an entire suit.

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