When you work with Thymeleaf application, you would have encountered the TemplateProcessingException†exceptions. The problem is the use of default context variables. It could be because of Wrong use of the context variable name (or) The property name accessed by the context variable object is not correct.
When you work with Hibernate or Thymeleaf, it is probably that you would get the below exception. It may happen any other projects too if that library has the dependency with javaassist library. I have got this exception when I started developing my first Hello World application using Thymeleaf template framework. The reason for the […]
The given exception is exception is thrown when the spring bean factory is not initialized properly before it is used in your application. It normally occurs when we are not added the bean factory initialization code in our project. One typical example is adding the spring initialization parameter to web.xml deployment descriptor. Exception Trace:
When you are working with Jersey REST web services, you would encounter the following exception. This is occurred either of two reasons. com.sun.jersey.config.property.packages doesn’t exist in your web.xml. com.sun.jersey.config.property.packages included a package path, but that is not included any jersey services. If you check the above two reasons and resolve it, the below exception will […]
When you work on Hibernate, Jersey or any third party API, most of these APIs have the dependency with the asm.jar file. ASM is an all purpose Java bytecode manipulation and analysis framework. This is a common framework used by many of the thrird part frameworks internally, that is the reason many projects have this […]
We encountered the dreaded java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: PermGen spaceerror What does it means – Permgen Space is the space where the class files are all loaded for the first time and there after they are loaded or referenced from there. This error means there is a hell lot of duplicate classes being loaded and not all are […]
We encountered the dreaded java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space error. How often do we hit this error and look in bewilderment. What does it means Means there is a hell lot of objects being created and not all are being marked for GC. These stray objects are cluttering the heap space and resulting in this error. […]