Building Spring 2 Enterprise Applications

The Spring from the Source Series Building Spring 2 Enterprise Applications Build a three-tier enterprise Jala" application using the latest the Spring ...

Author: Seth Ladd

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1430205008

Category: Computers

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This is a brilliantly practical work that lets the reader experience a real-world scalable agile enterprise Java-based application being built from the ground up using the latest Spring 2.x kit available. The open source agile lightweight Spring (meta) Framework 2.x is by far the leading innovative force and "lightning rod" that’s driving today’s Java industry. Spring has time and time again proven itself in real-world highly scalable enterprise settings such as banks and other financial institutions. This book is the only authoritative Spring 2 authored book, as it has been written by team members of Interface21, the group that lead the Spring Foundation and its growing community.

Beginning Spring 2

... 1.x but not Spring 2 should probably at least skim through Chapter 3 because there are some additions to the XML configuration syntax in Spring 2.

Author: Dave Minter

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 143020494X

Category: Computers

Page: 271

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This book will take developers through the first steps of using Spring whilst discussing the relevant technologies that Spring can be integrated with, what to be aware of and how working with Spring makes them easier to use. It focuses on the most useful features of Spring, including persistence and transaction management as well as the complete Spring web tools portfolio, and also introduces 3-tier application design and how to test these designs. Ideal for J2EE beginners, this book provides a broad insight into Spring’s enterprise Java-based technologies, whilst showing how to use Spring correctly.

Pro Spring Boot 2

Well, this is one of the many ways to create and run a Spring app. ... Did you notice that there were no imports in Listing 2-1? How does the Spring Boot ...

Author: Felipe Gutierrez

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484236769

Category: Computers

Page: 511

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Quickly and productively develop complex Spring applications and microservices out of the box, with minimal concern over things like configurations. This revised book will show you how to fully leverage the Spring Boot 2 technology and how to apply it to create enterprise ready applications that just work. It will also cover what's been added to the new Spring Boot 2 release, including Spring Framework 5 features like WebFlux, Security, Actuator and the new way to expose Metrics through Micrometer framework, and more. This book is your authoritative hands-on practical guide for increasing your enterprise Java and cloud application productivity while decreasing development time. It's a no nonsense guide with case studies of increasing complexity throughout the book. The author, a senior solutions architect and Principal Technical instructor with Pivotal, the company behind the Spring Framework, shares his experience, insights and first-hand knowledge about how Spring Boot technology works and best practices. Pro Spring Boot 2 is an essential book for your Spring learning and reference library. What You Will Learn Configure and use Spring Boot Use non-functional requirements with Spring Boot Actuator Carry out web development with Spring Boot Persistence with JDBC, JPA and NoSQL Databases Messaging with JMS, RabbitMQ and WebSockets Test and deploy with Spring Boot A quick look at the Spring Cloud projects Microservices and deployment to the Cloud Extend Spring Boot by creating your own Spring Boot Starter and @Enable feature Who This Book Is For Experienced Spring and Java developers seeking increased productivity gains and decreased complexity and development time in their applications and software services.

Beginning Spring Boot 2

Applications and Microservices with the Spring Framework K. Siva Prasad Reddy ... GET—http://localhost:8080/myblog/posts/2: Returns a post whose ID is 2 ...

Author: K. Siva Prasad Reddy

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484229312

Category: Computers

Page: 304

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Learn Spring Boot and how to build Java-based enterprise, web, and microservice applications with it. In this book, you'll see how to work with relational and NoSQL databases, build your first microservice, enterprise, or web application, and enhance that application with REST APIs. You'll also learn how to build reactive web applications using Spring Boot along with Spring Web Reactive. Then you’ll secure your Spring Boot-created application or service before testing and deploying it. After reading and learning with Beginning Spring Boot 2, you'll have the skills and techniques to start building your first Spring Boot applications and microservices with confidence to take the next steps in your career journey. What You'll Learn Use Spring Boot autoconfiguration Work with relational and NoSQL databases Build web applications with Spring Boot Apply REST APIs using Spring Boot Create reactive web applications using Spring Web Reactive Secure your Spring Boot applications or web services Test and deploy your Spring Boot applications Who This Book Is For Experienced Java and Spring Framework developers who are new to the new Spring Boot micro-framework.

Spring Boot 2 Recipes

No additional dependencies are required, just a Spring Boot project. 2-1 Configure a Bean Problem You want Spring Boot to use your class as a bean.

Author: Marten Deinum

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484239636

Category: Computers

Page: 332

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Solve all your Spring Boot 2 problems using complete and real-world code examples. When you start a new project, you’ll be able to copy the code and configuration files from this book, and then modify them for your needs. This can save you a great deal of work over creating a project from scratch. Using a problem-solution approach, Spring Boot 2 Recipes quickly introduces you to Pivotal's Spring Boot 2 micro-framework, then dives into code snippets on how to apply and integrate Spring Boot 2 with the Spring MVC web framework, Spring Web Sockets, and microservices. You'll also get solutions to common problems with persistence, integrating Spring Boot with batch processing, algorithmic programming via Spring Batch, and much more. Other recipes cover topics such as using and integrating Boot with Spring's enterprise services, Spring Integration, testing, monitoring and more. What You'll Learn Get reusable code recipes and snippets for the Spring Boot 2 micro-framework Discover how Spring Boot 2 integrates with other Spring APIs, tools, and frameworks Access Spring MVC and the new Spring Web Sockets for simpler web development Work with microservices for web services development and integration with your Spring Boot applications Add persistence and a data tier seamlessly to make your Spring Boot web application do more Integrate enterprise services to create a more complex Java application using Spring Boot Who This Book Is For Experienced Java and Spring programmers.

Beginning Spring Boot 2

In this book, you'll see how to work with relational and NoSQL databases, build your first microservice, enterprise, or web application, and enhance that application with REST APIs.

Author: K. Siva Prasad Reddy

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781484229309

Category: Computers

Page: 304

View: 628

Learn Spring Boot and how to build Java-based enterprise, web, and microservice applications with it. In this book, you'll see how to work with relational and NoSQL databases, build your first microservice, enterprise, or web application, and enhance that application with REST APIs. You'll also learn how to build reactive web applications using Spring Boot along with Spring Web Reactive. Then you’ll secure your Spring Boot-created application or service before testing and deploying it. After reading and learning with Beginning Spring Boot 2, you'll have the skills and techniques to start building your first Spring Boot applications and microservices with confidence to take the next steps in your career journey. What You'll Learn Use Spring Boot autoconfiguration Work with relational and NoSQL databases Build web applications with Spring Boot Apply REST APIs using Spring Boot Create reactive web applications using Spring Web Reactive Secure your Spring Boot applications or web services Test and deploy your Spring Boot applications Who This Book Is For Experienced Java and Spring Framework developers who are new to the new Spring Boot micro-framework.

Building Applications with Spring 5 and Vue js 2

To do that, let's add Spring Boot dependencies to the pom.xml file. In this book, all of the web applications that we build will be based on Spring Boot.

Author: James J. Ye

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 178883125X

Category: Computers

Page: 590

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Become efficient in both frontend and backend web development with Spring and Vue Key Features Connect application’s frontend and backend with Vue, Vuex, and Spring Boot Leverage the latest web standards to enhance code performance, readability, and cross-compatibility Build secure full-stack web applications with Spring Security Book Description Building Applications with Spring 5 and Vue.js 2, with its practical approach, helps you become a full-stack web developer. As well as knowing how to write frontend and backend code, a developer has to tackle all problems encountered in the application development life cycle – starting from the simple idea of an application, to the UI and technical designs, and all the way to implementation, testing, production deployment, and monitoring. With the help of this book, you'll get to grips with Spring 5 and Vue.js 2 as you learn how to develop a web application. From the initial structuring to full deployment, you’ll be guided at every step of developing a web application from scratch with Vue.js 2 and Spring 5. You’ll learn how to create different components of your application as you progress through each chapter, followed by exploring different tools in these frameworks to expedite your development cycle. By the end of this book, you’ll have gained a complete understanding of the key design patterns and best practices that underpin professional full-stack web development. What you will learn Analyze requirements and design data models Develop a single-page application using Vue.js 2 and Spring 5 Practice concept, logical, and physical data modeling Design, implement, secure, and test RESTful API Add test cases to improve reliability of an application Monitor and deploy your application to production Who this book is for Building Applications with Spring 5.0 and Vue.js 2.0 is for you if you are developer who is new to Vue.js or Spring. It is assumed that you have some knowledge of HTML, CSS, and Java.

Hands On Full Stack Development with Spring Boot 2 and React

Build modern and scalable full stack applications using Spring Framework 5 and ... 1. What is Spring Boot? 2. What is the Eclipse IDE? 3. What is Maven? 4.

Author: Juha Hinkula

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1838823263

Category: Computers

Page: 316

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A comprehensive guide to building full stack applications covering frontend and server-side programming, data management, and web security Key Features Unleash the power of React Hooks to build interactive and complex user interfaces Build scalable full stack applications designed to meet demands of modern users Understand how the Axios library simplifies CRUD operations Book Description React Hooks have changed the way React components are coded. They enable you to write components in a more intuitive way without using classes, which makes your code easier to read and maintain. Building on from the previous edition, this book is updated with React Hooks and the latest changes introduced in create-react-app and Spring Boot 2.1. This book starts with a brief introduction to Spring Boot. You’ll understand how to use dependency injection and work with the data access layer of Spring using Hibernate as the ORM tool. You’ll then learn how to build your own RESTful API endpoints for web applications. As you advance, the book introduces you to other Spring components, such as Spring Security to help you secure the backend. Moving on, you’ll explore React and its app development environment and components for building your frontend. Finally, you’ll create a Docker container for your application by implementing the best practices that underpin professional full stack web development. By the end of this book, you’ll be equipped with all the knowledge you need to build modern full stack applications with Spring Boot for the backend and React for the frontend. What you will learn Create a RESTful web service with Spring Boot Grasp the fundamentals of dependency injection and how to use it for backend development Discover techniques for securing the backend using Spring Security Understand how to use React for frontend programming Benefit from the Heroku cloud server by deploying your application to it Delve into the techniques for creating unit tests using JUnit Explore the Material UI component library to make more user-friendly user interfaces Who this book is for If you are a Java developer familiar with Spring, but are new to building full stack applications, this is the book for you.

Insight Turkey 2016 Spring 2016 Vol 18 No 2

2. 18. John Galvani, Syria and the Ba'ath Party, MERIP Reports, No. ... 2011 Arab Spring,”Unpublished dissertation thesis, Department of Political Science, ...

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The Syrian Crisis, the bloodiest front of the Arab uprisings and one of the main determinants of policies of regional and global powers, has been dominating international politics for the last five years. Having caused the death of more than 300 thousand civilians and forced relocation of more than 7 million Syrians, it is one of the direst international problems that the global powers must deal with. It began as a local issue, but after a very short period of time it morphed into a proxy war between regional and global powers. “Redlines” drawn by regional and global actors were crossed, yet there has been no tangible reaction to these violations. Among others, chemical weapons were used, crimes against humanity were committed, fundamental human rights were repeatedly violated. Over time, the crisis has revealed limitations and maladies of the actors involved.

The Arab Spring Five Years Later Vol 1

2. Spring,. but. No. Flowers. Four years after the start of the Arab revolutions the results are discouraging. Today, most people try to avoid using the ...

Author: Hafez Ghanem

Publisher: Brookings Institution Press

ISBN: 0815727526

Category: Political Science

Page: 653

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This two-volume set explores in-depth the economic origins and repercussions of the Arab Spring revolts. Volume 1 of The Arab Spring Five Years Later is based on extensive research conducted by scholars from a variety of backgrounds, including many associated with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The original research papers are gathered in volume 2 and are available for readers who wish to go even further in understanding the economic background of the Arab Spring. Papers examine women's issues and agricultural practices in Morocco; urban transportation, small enterprises, governance, and inclusive planning in Egypt; reconstruction in Iraq; youth employment in Tunisia; education in Yemen; and more. In addition to Hafez Ghanem, contributors include Mongi Boughzala (University of Tunis ElManar, Tunisia), Mohamed Tlili Hamdi (University of Sfax, Tunisia),Yuriko Kameyama (JICA), Hideki Matsunaga (JICA), Mayada Magdy (JICA), Yuko Morikawa (JICA), Akira Murata (JICA), Kei Sakamoto (JICA), Seiki Tanaka (JICA), Masanori Yoshikawa (JICA), and Takako Yuki (JICA).

Insight Turkey 2018 Spring 2018 Vol 20 No 2

In chapter ve, Monshipouri gives brief history of U.S.-Iran relations, and constructs a link between the Green Movement in 2009 in Iran, and the Arab Spring ...

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The Gulf is a sub-region consisting of Saudi Arabia and five small states, namely Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. This sub-region emerged after the British recognized the independence of the above-mentioned small entities between 1961 and 1971. Having an abundant amount of natural resources, i.e. oil and natural gas, the Gulf States are among the richest countries in the world; therefore, they do not share the poverty and political instability widely found in the Middle East. The Gulf is a sub-region consisting of Saudi Arabia and five small states, namely Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. This sub-region emerged after the British recognized the independence of the above-mentioned small entities between 1961 and 1971. Having an abundant amount of natural resources, i.e. oil and natural gas, the Gulf States are among the richest countries in the world; therefore, they do not share the poverty and political instability widely found in the Middle East. The sub-region was institutionalized with the establishment of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) in 1981 as a result of three important regional developments –the Iranian Islamic Revolution in 1979, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979, and the outbreak of the Iran-Iraq war in 1980. The GCC was mainly designed as a security institution to counter regional threats emanating from the other side of the Persian Gulf, namely Iran. However, after the invasion of Kuwait, by Saddam’s Iraq, the Gulf States became alarmed and asked the United States to protect their political independence against all regional threats. After the collapse of the Cold War, the Gulf States initiated a process of regional integration and significant steps were taken to achieve a monetary and economic union. At the end of the first decade of the 21st century, the Gulf States decided to introduce “al-khaleeji” as the common currency. However, this promising process was halted with the eruption of the Arab uprisings and revolutions. The Arab uprisings have imposed the greatest threat to the unity of the Gulf. For the first time in their history, the Gulf States began to be challenged politically from not only external threats but also internal dynamics. The process of sweeping changes throughout the Middle East instigated great concern in the Gulf, the most pro-status quo states in the region. During the first two years, 2011-2013, the Gulf States tried to follow a defensive policy against the powers of change. They strived to keep the wave of uprisings away from the Gulf. After they had overcome their shock and confusion, they began to take initiatives to intervene into the regional crises. Some of the Gulf countries, especially Saudi Arabia and the UAE, organized a military coup against the region’s first and only democratically elected government of Muhammad Morsi, placing Egypt in an economically and politically vulnerable position. Furthermore, these two countries interfered into the domestic affairs of other regional states in crisis such as Libya, Yemen and Lebanon. They succeeded in turning the “Arab Spring” into an “Arab Winter” by eliminating, de-legitimizing and weakening the carriers of reform, the Muslim Brotherhood and its affiliates, throughout the Arab world. Thus, indirectly they suppressed the moderate non-state actors in favor of radical actors and terrorist groups such as ISIS and al-Qaeda. Saudi Arabia and the UAE went further and tried to redesign the region through their ambitious regional policies. Encouraged by the United States and Israel, they gained the support from countries that are dependent on their petro-dollars such as Bahrain, Egypt and Jordan. These two states attempted to lead both the Arab and Muslim worlds; and therefore, mobilized their only asset, billions of petro-dollars, to buy influence in the region. In order to be able to lead the Arab world, Saudi Arabia and the UAE had to delegitimize the Muslim Brotherhood and affiliated groups and political parties –the main carriers of popular demonstrations throughout the Arab world. Therefore, they declared all these political groups and social movements as “terrorist organizations.” They even attempted to ostracize those regional countries, i.e. Turkey and Qatar that support these popular movements, while at the same time forcing other countries to support their regional policies. The first target was Qatar; the Arab state most open to liberal values and diversity. In 2014, Saudi Arabia and the UAE forced Qatar to cut its relations with regional non-state actors such as the Brotherhood and Hamas, but the Obama Administration did not allow Riyadh and Abu Dhabi to instigate a crisis. However, after Trump came to power, these two states reintroduced the crisis and imposed their blockade against Qatar. Nevertheless, with the strong support of Turkey and Iran, two significant regional powers, the policy of Saudi Arabia and the UAE has failed. As a result, Riyadh and Abu Dhabi have shattered the unity of not only the Arabs but also that of the Gulf. While Oman maintained its neutral position, by following an active neutrality policy and playing a mediating role, Kuwait tried to prevent the breakup of the Gulf region. Although it has not declared so publicly, Kuwait rejects the regional design attempts by the Saudi and Emirati governments. To lead the Muslim world, Saudi Arabia led the foundation of the so-called “Islamic Military Alliance” comprising of more than 50 nations. However, it became clear in a short time period that this attempt was not a real Islamic alliance to bring stability to the region, but a measure to fortify a Sunni bloc against Iranian regional expansionism. That is, Saudi Arabia tried to utilize the Sunni Islamic understanding for its regional policies. It is not difficult to claim that Saudi Arabia and the UAE will not be able to realize this project. The possibility of ending up with the disillusionment of the Arab and Muslim streets and alienation of some Sunni countries is quite high. Overall the project, which has been executed with the support of the U.S. and Israel, is an attempt to deepen the sectarian strife between Shias and Sunnis and it will not bring political stability or peace to the region. In conclusion, in order to protect themselves against regional threats and to establish a balance of power against other regional powers, the small Gulf States must form military alliances and political institutions with other regional countries. First, they need to maintain the unity of the Gulf. Second, Riyadh and Abu Dhabi should encourage other regional actors to contribute to the regional stability. Saudi Arabia and the UAE have to end the Qatari crisis, a lose-lose crisis manufactured by these two states, since it is undermining the sub-region’s security and economic outlook. Third, the Gulf States must keep the sub-region as the island of political and economic stability in the chaotic Middle East and contribute to the gradual and peaceful reconstruction of the region. To achieve this objective, the Gulf States must stop using conflicting political discourses. Considering all these important developments, the Gulf region has attracted a lot of attention among the scholars and Insight Turkey, through this special issue, aims to cover some of the main topics such as the Qatari crisis, the rise of sectarianism, the foreign policies of the pro-status quo countries and the relations of these states with Turkey. The situation in the Gulf region gets more complicated as time passes and the division between blocks has started to become deeper. Ufuk Ulutaş and Burhanettin Duran provide a comprehensive analysis of all of the actors, including here global and regional ones, which are currently included in the Gulf affairs. Without any doubt, the Qatari crisis has played a decisive role in manifesting the existing regional rifts. In the light of this, Kristian Coates Ulrichsen and Marwan Kabalan focus on this crisis, which started with the blockade of Qatar by the so-called Quartet, i.e. Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt. With a special focus on the Gulf and U.S. policies respectively, both of the authors provide valuable insights regarding the crisis and the future of the Gulf. The main division in the region comes as a result of the rise of sectarianism, which has transformed into local sectarian and regional geopolitical confrontations among some Gulf States –mainly Saudi Arabia and the UAE– and Iran. Emad Kaddorah, in his commentary, argues that the regional conflict over the Gulf region is geo-sectarian, meaning that it is a geopolitical contest, which has recently been engulfed by a sectarian dimension. Saudi Arabia remains one of the main actors in the region and it deserves special attention. The articles of Simon Mabon and May Darwich help to better understand the domestic and foreign policies of Saudi Arabia. Mabon looks at the actions of the new crown prince to explore the impact of Bin Salman’s influence on both the Kingdom and the Middle East more broadly. On the other hand, Darwich analyzes the Saudi intervention in Yemen, a war that many have started to consider as “Saudis Vietnam war.” More specifically, May Darwich offers an alternative explanation for the abrupt Saudi aggressiveness toward Yemen and argues that this intervention is driven by the Saudi leadership aims to assert the Kingdom’s status as a regional power in the Middle East. Despite Saudi Arabia, the UAE is another important actor in the region, whose impact is underestimated. By focusing on the military bases built by the UAE in the Horn of Africa, İsmail Numan Telci and Tuba Öztürk Horoz provide an explanation on the real motivations behind the Emirati foreign policies which have started to focus more on hard power, a deviation from the perpetual foreign policies of the other Gulf States. Amidst the shattering order of the Gulf, Turkey has pursued a careful and balancing policy, finding itself sided neither with the Saudi-led block, nor with the Iranian-led block. At this point it is important to understand the background of the Turkey-GCC states relations and Özden Zeynep Oktav in her article brings a detailed analysis of the root causes that led to the policy divergences between Turkey, and some GCC states, i.e. Saudi Arabia and the UAE. This special issue of Insight Turkey includes five off-topic pieces, which indeed are closely related with the Gulf affairs. In his commentary, M. Akif Kireçci, focuses on the initiatives undertaken by Turkey after Trump declared Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and how the divided Gulf States left aside their disparities to protect the rights of Palestinians against this fallacious decision. The article of Osama Anter Hamdi complements Kireçci’s commentary, as the author provides a comprehensive analysis of the American foreign policy toward the Arab-Israeli conflict since the establishment of the Israeli state. Iran, of course, deserves special attention as the foreign policies of the Gulf States are mostly designed to balance the Iranian influence in the region. The three remaining articles of the issue deal with U.S. Iranian relations, the nuclear deal and how Iran and Turkey serve as a model of emulation for other states in the region. Written by İmran Demir, Farhad Rezaei, and Ibrahim Khatib and As’ad Ghanem, respectively, these three articles are worth reading in order to better understand the Iranian policies. “The Gulf on the Verge: Ambitions, Crises and Shattering Order,” provides timely analyses for a region that once again has become the linchpin of global affairs. We are confident that this issue of Insight Turkey will be a great contribution to the Gulf studies.


Insight Turkey 2017 Spring 2017 Vol 19 No 2

It is worth remembering that since the end of World War II, the world economy as a ... 706-760; İzak Atiyas, “Economic 2017 SPRING 111 ARTICLE MUSTAFAYAĞCI ...

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The Spring 2017 issue of Insight Turkey aims at analyzing some of the most debated issues during the 15 years rule of the AK Party. Foreign and domestics policies, political economy, Turkey-EU relations and the Kurdish issue are among the topics discussed in this issue.

Beginning Spring 2

This book will take developers through the first steps of using Spring whilst discussing the relevant technologies that Spring can be integrated with, what to be aware of and how working with Spring makes them easier to use.

Author: Dave Minter

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781590596852

Category: Computers

Page: 271

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This book will take developers through the first steps of using Spring whilst discussing the relevant technologies that Spring can be integrated with, what to be aware of and how working with Spring makes them easier to use. It focuses on the most useful features of Spring, including persistence and transaction management as well as the complete Spring web tools portfolio, and also introduces 3-tier application design and how to test these designs. Ideal for J2EE beginners, this book provides a broad insight into Spring’s enterprise Java-based technologies, whilst showing how to use Spring correctly.

Missouri Bureau of Geology and Mines

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Annual Report

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Journal

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Chilton s Motorcycle Repair Manual 1981

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