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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are an Amazon FBA seller that is looking at upgrading our reporting infrastructure by interfacing directly with the Amazon MWS API. We would like to automate the data gathering and analysis using AWS infrastructure and processing services. We are looking for someone who can design and build an application(s) that gathers specific data via the MWS API and display the data in a convenient and useful form. The application(s) need to be able to handle a volume of simultaneous requests. Being fault-tolerant the application design at the same time should be cost effective in terms of AWS usage. Technologically we are looking for Java implementation using Spring or Spring Cloud since we will be able to support applications created this way. Beanstalk or Lambda with API Gateway would be preferred. The right person must have previous experience working with Amazon MWS API. Please advise experience and ability to design, build and implement. Requirements 1) Should be able to build cost effective AWS infrastructure. CloudFormation script for proposed infrastructure is highly desired. 2) Design and implement process automation - application start, stop and possibly other control actions. 3) Design and build data processing engine using Amazon MWS API. 4) Design and build data presentation forms. 5) Provide design specifications for the application and other documentation.
Skills: Apache Tomcat Agile software development Amazon MWS Hibernate
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Portlet Guidelines: ***All interfaces must use AJAX functionality to give a “single page application experience”.*** ***Portlet must support and be compatible with Liferay CE & EE 6.1, 6.2 & 7 portals standards*** Based on Questions asked I am trying to clarify everyone’s doubts and assumptions here. These Guidelines are developed to help you gain a better understanding of the portlet functionalities and are by no means exhaustive. Open to any suggestions. It's a simple portlet to manage document files and their related metadata. A. Interface for Admin and Users: Listview 1. It will show listview for users. (Default columns as per screenshot: Title, Author, and Date) 2. The title (or whole row) will be clickable to view detail page on that publication entry. 3. All columns are going to be sortable. 4. Listview will allow the user to choose columns they want to see here. 4.1 This column selection will be stored in user preferences. 4.2 Available columns can be controlled by the admin. 4.3 Admin can even make a column always visible (e.g. Title) means cannot be removed from Listview. 5. Admin view of Listview will have extra Action button for each row that will give admin options to control or manage that publication entry.(actions like View Entry (as in B1), Edit - metadata in available columns and add/searchable/disable/remove document files, Disable Entry, and Delete Entry). 6. Admin view will have a global settings button that will allow them to control other global options for the portlet and listview. (e.g Manage: Custom Columns, selectable values for multi-valued selectable columns, Available columns in listview, etc) B. Detail page for publication entry 1. The page will show contents of all the available columns. 2. Page's aesthetic or formatting will be approved by the client. 3. It will list all the document files associated with that entry. 4. All document files will provide a link to view and download them. 5. This page should be exportable as a pdf report on that publication. 5.1 All links on this report for document files should be clickable. 5.2 Report will contain 2 additional links. 5.2.1 Link to the portlet listview. 5.2.2 Link to the detail page of this publication entry. 6. The page will provide options to do following actions with that entry. 6.1 Export PDF report. 6.2 Edit (as explained in A5) 6.3 Disable 6.4 Delete 6.5 Logs and Notes (as in G) 6.6 Add Note (to B6.5 list) C. SEARCH and FILTERS on Listview: Search will be from 2 locations: 1. From portal search box: 1.1 this will search all columns (default and new custom columns) within publication portlet data for that group or site. 1.2 To achieve this all publication entries including uploaded document files (optional via settings) will be indexed with Lucene search index. 1.2.1 This will allow the user to search using portal's default search engine and it's interface. 1.2.2 Lucene will list the portlet name on the left of the search result with other result types like Blogs entry, Document, Web Content Article, etc. Once the user clicks on portlet name, Lucene will show result from portlet entries only. (example screenshots attached) 1.2.3 Once you click on any entry within the search result. You have to provide URL settings to Lucene to forward that request to publication detail page. 2. From portlet listview interface: 2.1 FILTER: this will be similar to PHP page's screenshot. 2.2 It will have a filter using: 1st dropdown, once selected 2nd dropdown will appear (via ajax call) with the relevant options based on the selected value from option 1 dropdown. 2.3 SEARCH: Similar to 1.1, it will have a textbox: that will perform the search on all columns and will show result within portlet's listview. 2.4 ADVANCED SEARCH: It will allow to FILTER result on every available Column (default or custom). 2.4.1 It will provide the user with the ability to search individual columns. 2.4.2 user can add as many line/rows of search as you can allow in your search query without affecting the performance. 2.4.3 Basically, the user can specify desired text in each column. 2.4.4 For each row on the search form, user can choose options like: contain / does not contain / start with / end with / equal to / not equal to / is empty / is not empty. D: ADD / IMPORT new publication record entry or entries. 1. SINGLE ENTRY: From Listview menu, admin can add a single new entry. 1.1 At the same time admin can upload one or more document files for that entry. 1.2 By default all document files are not searchable. But can be marked, to make it searchable. 2. MULTIPLE ENTRIES: using Excel/CSV file upload with data for all available columns (default or custom). 2.1 Import option will be provided from Listview interface menu. 2.2 admin can download a blank file for the format with all available columns. (required fields mus E. REPORT / EXPORT: F. Custom Columns / Fields. G. Audit Trail Look at attached file "PortletGuidelines" for complete contents
Skills: Apache Tomcat CSS3 Hibernate HTML5
Fixed Price Budget - Expert ($$$) - $2,000 to $5,000 - Posted
We need high-quality articles that help Java developers set up and use Docker from development through production. English-speaking is a must, as well as experience with using Docker on Java apps. THE PROCESS We'll negotiate a fixed cost per article. In order to be considered for this job, please: 1. Send us a brief outline of the articles you’d like to write. We need articles ranging from “Creating a usable Java Dockerfile”, to specific build and run errors that are encountered when dockerizing a Java app and how to fix them. (We want your articles to really help developers! Include using Java-specific tools like Hibernate, Tomcat, etc.) 2. If we like your outline and price, we’ll accept the job and be in contact with you to negotiate final deliverable expectations. REQUIREMENTS - Fluent in written English - Experience with using Docker - Experience with writing Java applications - Passion for writing - Markdown preferred - Bonus if you can write like a native English speaker *OUTLINE EXAMPLE* - When should I use Docker containers? - Creating a Java Dockerfile - Debugging build issues - Running multiple processes - Running containers
Skills: Apache Tomcat Docker English Grammar Hibernate
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
We have a solution which run on tomcat. But we are having lots of issue with it and we are not sure if this is related to how the tomcat has been configured. We like to have someone to look at it and advise what can be done to improve the performance.
Skills: Apache Tomcat
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $3,000 - Posted
For a prestigious IT project we are looking for Configuration Java Engineer Place of work: Warszawa Duties: - Design and develop infrastructure management interfaces and operations portals and the associated databases models. - Design and develop web service abstraction layers for the orchestrator and other infrastructure systems. - Work independently to solve complex technical problems and provide solutions and designs. - Work to project schedules and provide accurate and timely feedback for any assigned tasks. - Produce high-quality documentation related to solution design, operations, governance and end-users. - Developing and maintaining the custom components and eco-system required by the orchestration platform. This presents a unique opportunity to develop back-end components of an already established global system with very broad impact. This is not typical GUI application; this is a complex high availability system, a great environment for an experienced senior specialist. Requirements: - Program in Java (J2EE standard). - Web service development (keywords: Tomcat, Jetty, SOAP). - Multi-threaded development. - General web development (any common language and framework). - Database modeling and development (Oracle preferred). You offer: - Experience of infrastructure products and concepts. - Experience of programming infrastructure applications. - Experience of development in a large corporate environment. - General web development (any common language and framework). - Database modeling and development (Oracle preferred). - Excellent written and spoken communication in English language. We offer: - Constant improvement of professional qualifications. - Stable employment in a professional environment. - Diverse scope of executed projects. - Nice atmosphere in an ambitious and professional team. - Training, orientation trips. - Private medical care.
Skills: Apache Tomcat J2EE Java SOAP
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for an experienced Java developer to improve an existing website: 1. Make minor changes to the html and the javascripts 2. Develop jsps and work along-side the Front end developer to incorporate front end changes (html, css, image edits) into the jsp. 3. Manage action flows from one jsp page/servlet to another. 4. Should be able to write sql queries to insert/update/delete database entries. Proficient in : java, jsp ,Servlets, MySQL, jdbc Should have knowledge of https, Tomcat 7.0 and Digital Ocean cloud, SSL certificates
Skills: Apache Tomcat CSS Digital Ocean HTML