How to configure multi-module projects in Spring without repeating yml config file props? - spring-config

I have three projects. Proj 3 depends on Proj 2 and Proj 2 depends on Proj 1. Each project uses Spring Boot and is configured with yml files. I don't want to repeat the yml configuration of Proj 1 in Proj 2. Likewise, I don't want to repeat the in yml config of Proj 2 and Proj 1 in Proj 3.
How can this be done? As far as I know, I can only have one application.yml file (in use) across all three project.

I tried to change my .properties to .yml and It works for me.
public class AppConfig {
public static PropertySourcesPlaceholderConfigurer properties() {
PropertySourcesPlaceholderConfigurer propertySourcesPlaceholderConfigurer = new PropertySourcesPlaceholderConfigurer();
YamlPropertiesFactoryBean yaml = new YamlPropertiesFactoryBean();
yaml.setResources(new ClassPathResource("common-staging.yml"));
return propertySourcesPlaceholderConfigurer;


Reactnative - 'React/RCTBridgeModule.h' file not found

I am trying to use react-native-linea in my react native app and during build I am getting React/RCTBridgeModule.h' file not found error.
Steps I tried -
1. react-native init ScannerApp
2. cd ScannerApp/
3. npm i react-native-linea --save
4. react-native link react-native-linea
5.Drag and drop the InfineaSDK Framework into the General > Embedded Binaries section of your Project. The framework will also display the Linked Frameworks and Libraries.
a. Verify that Copy Items if needed is checked.
6.Add the following to General > Linked Frameworks and Libraries:
• CoreLocation.framework
• ExternalAccessory.framework
• Foundation.framework
7.Add a new Run Script phase.
At the end of your project’s Build phase(s), add new running scripts to set up InfineaSDK.
8.react-native run-ios
In file included from /Users/****/reactnative/ScannerApp/node_modules/react-native-linea/react-native-linea/RCTLinea.m:9:
/Users/****/reactnative/ScannerApp/node_modules/react-native-linea/react-native-linea/RCTLinea.h:9:9: fatal error: 'React/RCTBridgeModule.h' file not found
#import <React/RCTBridgeModule.h>
1 error generated.
Solution 1: Adding podspec
Prerequisite: You will need to setup React as cocoapod dependency for this to work. Also, before you try this make sure you have package react-native-linea available in node_modules.
In this solution you need to create a podspec file for the linea. You can choose to keep it in your ScannerApp project or fork the original repo and add the podspec file to it. If you fork, please modify the git urls in the podspec to your repo url and add the react-native-linea package from your repo. Here's the podspec that worked for me,
require 'json'
package = JSON.parse(, '../node_modules/react-native-linea/package.json'))) do |s| = 'LineaPro'
s.version = package['version']
s.summary = package['description']
s.license = package['license']
s.homepage = ''
s.authors = 'pablo-coco'
s.source = { :git => '', :tag => s.version }
s.source_files = '*.{h,m}','react-native-linea/*.{h,m}'
s.requires_arc = true
s.platforms = { :ios => "9.0" }
s.vendored_libraries = 'libdtdev.a'
s.frameworks = 'ExternalAccessory', 'CoreLocation'
s.dependency 'React'
Now you need to add this as cocoapod dependency in your ScannerApp podfile. If you add podspec file locally, make sure to specify its path as below,
pod 'LineaPro', :path => '../node_modules/react-native-linea', :podspec => '../ios/LineaPro.podspec'
If you created fork and added podspec to repo then skip the :podspec part.
Solution 2: Add source files directly
This is fairly simple solution and i'd recommend this. You can clone the react-native-linea repo locally on your machine.
Copy DTDevices.h, RCTLinea.h, RCTLinea.m source files to ios project
Copy LineaPro.js, NativeBridges.js to js project
Copy libdtdev.a static lib to project
Link ExternalAccessory, CoreLocation frameworks and libdtdev.a to your target
Compile and write js code to initialize LineaPro module.

How to create 2 different manifest.json file for react project with 2 entry points using webpack ManifestPlugin?

I have a react project contains two modules with 2 entry points. I have configured the web pack in a way to create two bundles (js) in the output folder like below.
- Project Output 1
- index.js
- index.html
_ manifest.json
- Project Output 1
- index.js
- index.html
- manifest.json
I had created separate index.html for each bundles using chunks. Similarly, I need to create seperate manifest file for each bundle. Need help on doing that. So far I have tried filter and map in the manifest plugin but both generated manifest file contains information of both bundles.
Both manifest.json of project bundle 1 and 2 contain the same information like below.
//What is not intended
"path1/index.js": "path1/index.1234567890.js",
"path2/index.js": "path2/index.1234567890.js",
But what i wanted is each manifest file contain information about that bundle alone like below.
manifest.json - Project bundle 1
"path1/index.js": "path1/index.1234567890.js",
manifest.json - Project bundle 2
"path2/index.js": "path2/index.1234567890.js",
My web pack config looks like below.
const config = {
entry: {
ProjectOutput1: PATH1/index.jsx,
ProjectOutput2: PATH2/index.jsx,
output: {
filename: '[name]/index.js'
plugins: [
new ManifestPlugin(
fileName: 'path1/manifest.json'
new ManifestPlugin(
fileName: 'path2/manifest.json'

ASP.Net Core React spa integration test

Asp.Net Core integration testing seems pretty simple but for the life of me I can't test the starter app with my react dev server. It runs fine from a browser so I assume node, npm and react are set up correctly but not under xUnit. It fails with the following exception:
System.AggregateException: One or more errors occurred. ---> System.AggregateException: One or more errors occurred. ---> System.InvalidOperationException: Failed to start 'npm'. To resolve this:.
[1] Ensure that 'npm' is installed and can be found in one of the PATH directories.
Current PATH enviroment variable is: {PATH}
Make sure the executable is in one of those directories, or update your PATH.
[2] See the InnerException for further details of the cause. ---> System.ComponentModel.Win32Exception: The directory name is invalid
I assume this is because it can't find the content root of my spa so I have tried adding to my web host builder with no luck:
.UseSolutionRelativeContentRoot( "Solution Relative Path to My App" ) );
This is my test class:
public class SampleDataControllerTest
private readonly TestServer server;
private readonly HttpClient client;
public SampleDataControllerTest()
server = new TestServer( WebHost.CreateDefaultBuilder()
.UseSolutionRelativeContentRoot( "Solution Relative Path to My App" ) );
.UseEnvironment( "Development" );
client = server.CreateClient();
public async Task RootTest()
HttpResponseMessage page = await client.GetAsync( "/" );
Assert.NotNull( page );
Assert.Equal( HttpStatusCode.OK, page.StatusCode );
What am I missing?
The trick for me was setting the development environment variable to point to the directory where the packages.json file resides.
Below is an excerpt of the constructor of my xUnit integration test class.
Note that it first determines the solution directory (using GetExecutingAssembly().Location), and then points to the web source project folder. (In our environment, Client.React is a directory under the solution directory that contains the packages.json file).
Then, the directory is set using Directory.SetCurrentDirectory, followed by the test server being set up wit hthe UseWebRoot, again pointing to the directory where the packages.json file resides.
Startup is the ASP.NET web startup class.
/// <summary>
/// Constructor
/// </summary>
public IntegrationTest() : base()
var testAssemblyPath = Path.GetDirectoryName(System.Reflection.Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly().Location);
// Remove the "\\bin\\Debug\\netcoreapp2.1"
var solutionPath = Directory.GetParent(testAssemblyPath.Substring(0, testAssemblyPath.LastIndexOf(#"\bin\", StringComparison.Ordinal))).FullName;
var clientReactPath = Path.Join(solutionPath, "Client.React");
// Important to ensure that npm loads and is pointing to correct directory
var server = new TestServer(new WebHostBuilder()
_client = server.CreateClient();

How to add static files link on index.html in Vue 2.5?

I tried with following explanation in vue 2.5 it does not work. But in version vue 2.4.2 working fine.
"Real" Static Assets
In comparison, files in static/ are not processed by Webpack at all: they are directly copied to their final destination as-is, with the same filename. You must reference these files using absolute paths, which is determined by joining build.assetsPublicPath and build.assetsSubDirectory in config.js.
As an example, with the following default values:
// config/index.js
module.exports = {
// ...
build: {
assetsPublicPath: '/',
assetsSubDirectory: 'static'
Any file placed in static/ should be referenced using the absolute URL /static/[filename]. If you change assetSubDirectory to assets, then these URLs will need to be changed to /assets/[filename].
Any suggestion for vue 2.5.2 ?

What are the EJB Remote Interfaces in the project when createEJBStubs.bat is run?

I understand that createEJBstubs are necessary to create the stubs whenever it is accessed externally via. An Java Client ( And also, that the stubs that are created will be for the EJB3 interfaces that are available within the module. But how do they detect if a given interface/bean is of type EJB 3 and not 2.*. From the issue the I have faced below, it is not clear to me as to how this detection is done. Please help me to understand this so that I can resolve the issue that I am facing (below)-
When I run createEJBStubs.bat C:\1\DEN\proj\target\proj.jar -updatefile C:\1\DEN\proj\target\proj.jar -verbose
I get the following error -
CNTR9241I: The C:\1\DEN\proj\target\proj-5.DEV-SNAPSHOT.jar Java archive (JAR) file has no level 3.0 enterprise beans with remote interfaces.
And when I run the same command using -verbose option, I get the following error -
createWarProcessingRootDir: enter
Root directory for war processing: C:\Users\w723521\AppData\Local\Temp\_tempWar_1096410607889881622
War explosion root: C:\Users\w723521\AppData\Local\Temp\_tempWar_1096410607889881622\warExpls
War primary input root: C:\Users\w723521\AppData\Local\Temp\_tempWar_1096410607889881622\warExpls\primary
War primary classpath root: C:\Users\w723521\AppData\Local\Temp\_tempWar_1096410607889881622\warExpls\primary\classPth
War primary workspace root: C:\Users\w723521\AppData\Local\Temp\_tempWar_1096410607889881622\warExpls\primary\wrkSpace
War alternate workspace root: C:\Users\w723521\AppData\Local\Temp\_tempWar_1096410607889881622\warExpls\alternate\wrkSpace
War alternate output file: C:\Users\w723521\AppData\Local\Temp\_tempWar_1096410607889881622\warExpls\alternateOutputWar.war
War embedded in ear root: C:\Users\w723521\AppData\Local\Temp\_tempWar_1096410607889881622\warExpls\embInEar
createWarProcessingRootDir: exit
Dumping input parameters:
parameter 1 = C:\1\DEN\proj\target\proj-5.DEV-SNA
parameter 2 = -updatefile
parameter 3 = C:\1\DEN\proj\target\proj-5.DEV-SNA
parameter 4 = -trace
Processing the C:\1\DEN\proj\target\proj-5.DEV-SNAPSHOT.jar input file.
checkEJBVersion - jar name is C:\1\DEN\proj\target\proj-5.DEV-SNAPSHOT.jar
The output file name is C:\Users\w723521\AppData\Local\Temp\ejb3093395338317385883.jar
Main output archive file (no pre-existing stubs) is C:\Users\w723521\AppData\Local\Temp\ejb3093395338317385883.jar
Preexisting stubs archive file is ejb5694574801473018226.jar
Writing non-stub entry MANIFEST.MF
Writing non-stub entry TestLocal.class
Writing non-stub entry TestRemote.class
Classloader updated for -cp null
Classloader updated for jar C:\1\DEN\proj\target\proj-5.DEV-SNAPSHOT.jar
getMetaData - entry
metadataComplete setting is false
List of interfaces are: null
Number of pre-existing stubs = 0
CNTR9241I: The C:\1\DEN\proj\target\proj-5.DEV-SNAPSHOT.jar Java archive (JAR) file has no level 3.0 enterprise beans with remote interfaces.
Starting process of deleting workspace files...
Done with process of deleting workspace files...
Command Successful
I am not able to understand why it says that no local and remote interfaces are of EJB3 even though the bean classes created using EJB3 annotations
public interface TestRemote {
public void test();
public interface TestRemote {
public void test();
How does the script detect if a given interface is EJB3 or not? (based on the output that I have obtained it is not as clear as I expected it to be)
proj-5.DEV-SNAPSHOT.jar would need to somehow specify both an EJB and its remote interface. For example, if ejb-jar.xml is used, a <session> with a <remote>pkg.TestRemote</remote>. For another example, if some class in the JAR is annotated with #Stateless and #Remote(TestRemote.class).