Spring framework provides classes such as
, and so on, which simplify sending e-mails via JavaMail API. In this recipe, we'll look at Roo commands that help with the configuration of these classes. To verify that the emailing feature in our application is working correctly, we'll send an e-mail via Gmail.
Create a new directory
C:\roo-cookbook\ch06-email in your system. Copy the
ch06_web_app.roo script to the
ch06-email directory. If you are using a different database than MySQL or your connection settings are different than what is specified in the script, then modify the script accordingly.
Start the Roo shell from the
ch06-email directory and execute the
ch06_web_app.roo script using the
script command. Executing the Roo script will create a
flightapp-web eclipse project that represents a Spring Web MVC application consisting of
FlightDescription JPA entities.