Skip to content

Tag: spring-boot

Swagger is not working in Spring boot framework [closed]

Closed. This question needs debugging details. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it’s on-topic for Stack Overflow. Closed 12 hours ago. Improve this question It shows failed to load API definition for one service only REST services are working fine network of the swagger is shown in the image Answer Do

Mapping one to one relationships in Spring Boot

I am trying to map a User with a certain Table in a one to one relationship. This here is my code, id appreciate if u take a look at it: User class: The Table class: Answer You don’t mapped parent entity with child entity properly.In parent table object of CTable is currenTable and you mapped by with table. Change:

use desc as a field name in Spring boot entity class

The table was not being created for the following model despite following the correct procedure Model Answer So I was creating an entity class for JPA where there was a field name desc. I was using MySQL database. But for some reason, I was getting the following error. The model Later I changed the field name and the whole thing

Vaadin object is not an instance of declaring class

I’m trying to call a method in class named (DataActions) to the dashboard view so the grid can be able to receive the objects given after the method execution, but still no luck solving this error (java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: object is not an instance of declaring class). -Class (DataSession) is the class responsible for opening the database session. -Class (DataActions) is the

Method annotated with @Bean is called directly – function calling a bean in a @Service class

I just get an error over and over inside the function “save” that is saying: “Method annotated with @Bean is called directly. Use dependency injection instead.” when calling “passwordEncoder()” in this line user.setPassword(passwordEncoder().encode(user.getPassword())); What am I missing in the spring logic that it’s not working? BTW – followed the tut : Answer The ‘@Bean’ annotation is telling Spring