Auto-repaired connections with RabbitMQ

Here is a short article about making RabbitMQ’s Java clients automatically repair their connections. Indeed, sometimes, network issues may result in broken connections. Since version 3.3.0, default Java clients for RabbitMQ have options for this situation. Almost everything is in the factory that creates the channel and consumers. When an established connection gets broken, the […]

Posted at 3:30 pm on March 4, 2016 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Java tips | Tagged: , , , | Continue reading

Verify JAX Doclets in Maven builds

In few words, I have a Java REST API that is defined with Jersey. I use Enunciate to generate a Swagger JSon file. Enunciate uses Javadoc comments (and optionally some annotations) to fill-in the REST documentation. But it also supports JAX doclets for complementary information. A doclet that is quite useful is the @HTTP one. […]

Posted at 2:19 pm on February 16, 2016 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Maven | Tagged: , , , , , , | Continue reading


My name is Vincent Zurczak.
I am a R&D Engineer working for a French Software Editor.

I have a solid experience in Eclipse development, Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) and integration issues. I am now working on a project related to deployment and cloud computing. The project is called Roboconf and is open source.

I used to be a committer on Petals ESB (OW2), SCA Tools (Eclipse) and BPEL Designer (Eclipse).

You can also take a look at my French blog and my GitHub account.


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