Last week I spent some time to bring together Spring MVC, Apache Tiles, Hibernate+JPA with JTA.
My EAR application consists of two modules: WAR and EJB project.
WAR project: Spring MVC 3.1.1, Apache Tiles,Maven
EJB project: Hibernate through JPA, Spring 3.1.1, JBoss AS 7.1, JTA data source, Maven.
Configuration artifacts are:
- pom.xml in WAR project
- spring.xml in WAR project
- web.xml in WAR project
- pom.xml in EJB project
- persistence.xml in EJB project
Pom.xml in war project
Contains Spring MVC and Apache Tiles dependencies
Today I faced an interesting problem at work. It was JSP + Spring MVC 4 + Apache Tiles 2 + JBoss AS 7.1 application. JSP pages contain UTF-8 encoded Russian text encoding and should be displayed in UTF-8 in browser. I placed @Page directive in some pages:
Pages with above directive started to display non-English text perfectly fine. Others continued to show me unreadable rubbish instead (in default JBoss ISO-8859-1). So I already had a solution:
Solution 1 – modify every JSP page in the project to add proper @page directive.