|Related to : Sending Javamail in Spring MVC|
|Can I use JavaMail to send SMTP mail over a specific interface?|
I don't think your question made any sense at all. When you're sending
email via SMTP, you have to choose a SMTP host (either an IP address
or a DNS alias name which will then be resolved to an IP address).
Your OS will then pick which network interface to use based on the
configured routing table.
Routing IP address to an interface doesn't sound like an application
layer job at all.
|Sending email to an admin when new ticket is submitted by a user is not sending|
Well after some trial and error it turns out I had too much going on I
guess. Some clarification as to why the above works for new user
registration but not for my new ticket submission would be an even
Below is the way I got it to work using ActionMailer. New file
admin_mailer.rb and got rid of after_create and send_ticket_notifier
|Integrate spring-reactor into existing Spring Framework 4 STOMP Over WebSocket application|
Actually the RingBufferAsyncTaskExecutor isn't ThreadPoolTaskExecutor,
so you can't use it that way.
You can simply override clientInbound(Outbound)Channel beans from your
AbstractWebSocketMessageBrokerConfigurer impl and just use
public class WebSocketConfig extends
|Spring Boot, Spring Data JPA, CrudRepository, file based read only database packaged in JAR|
did you find a solution to this?
Maybe using schema.sql and data.sql as described in the docs would
provide a solution to this.
|How to enforce/verify spring scope annotation on spring beans|
You can use AspectJ's ability to declare errors and/or warnings based
Disclaimer: I have never used Spring, so I am not an expert there and
just making up an example without much sense for demonstration.
Spring bean with prototype scope: