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3 Best ways to send Money to India from USA

Hi Readers,

3 Best ways to send/transfer money to India.


Before start sending to India what are the things we need to looks at?

  1. Good exchange rate.
  2. No transaction 
  3. Speed delivery
  4. Reliable.

As per my knowledge best ways to transfer money in order

1)  Ria Money Transfer is the one of best service in terms of exchange rate without transaction fee.

Register Ria Money Transfer here

  1. Very Good exchange rate.
  2. No transaction fee if you use your bank account,they say it will take 3 days to reach to destination account but for me it never took more than one day after verifying your bank account.
  3. They also has premium services and it will take only minutes to get money in India account.
  4. You can even send 10 dollars for free.
  5. Reliable.
  1. No mobile application.
  2. Free transfer will take one day.
2) Xoom transfer is one fastest way to send money to India.

Register Xoom here

  1. Very fast in terms delivery.
  2. Very Good mobile application.
  3. Competitive exchange rate.
  4. Reliable.
  1. Exchange rate is low compared to Ria and Transwise.
  2. Any transfer less than 1000 dollars transaction fee is applicable.
3) Transferwise also one of fastest way to send massive transfers.

Register Transferwise here

  1. Best exchange rate even better than Ria.
  2. Very good mobile application.
  3. Very good for bigger transaction.
  4. Reliable.
  1. Transactions fee and on any transfer(no free service).
  2. Slow in terms of delivery.

How to improve java performance

Hi All,

When ever we dealing with huge amount of data,we always find difficult achieving good performance.I have faced similar issue. To solve i followed simple below techniques which helped me to see good improvement in java performance

1) First and most important is writing efficient code.

 What is efficient code means ?

Avoid unnecessary iterations which can be avoided by writing conditional blocks.Make sure it is really needed to execute that loop all the time or only for special cases.

Use break; statement when it is necessary.When ever in loop if you are looking for particular element then break the loop once you found the element.

Do not extract same element twice.For example you are looking for particular element in loop and you found it then try to pass it all the method where ever it is needed,do not extract it again.

2) Use frameworks, third party jars.

Example:Spring frame works take care life cycle of beans,it will load beans when container loads which will make application light weight.

Proved third party jars will already have well tested and efficient code which will save your time as well as it improve performance,but make sure using third party library is really needed.

3) Avoid unnecessary logging which means writing log statement in loop,duplicate logs

4) Always measure response time,which helps you to write efficient code.

5) Do not hit data base several times for single action,Which can avoided by writing                    DB Stored procedure,functions.

Example:If user action has end up having insert/update and data retrieval then pass all data as input parameters to DB procedure perform insert/update and execute select query pass back result set as out parameter from DB procedure.

6) Always tune DB queries,which means use joins carefully when ever data is high.Use DB        indexes and use indexed columns for joins.Avoid outer joins.

7) Mostly importantly for Data retrieval if you are using JDBC then set fetch size.

By default, when Oracle JDBC executes a query, it receives the result set 10 rows at a time from the database cursor. This is the default Oracle row-prefetch value.  You can change the number of rows retrieved with each trip to the database cursor by changing the row-prefetch value.

JDBC Example:

Connection connection = DriverManager.getConnection("");
Statement statement = connection.createStatement();
statement.setFetchSize(1000); // configure the fetch size
ResultSet resultSet = statement.executeQuery("");
if you are using Spring JDBC then

Hope these points helps making difference:)

How to Read Post Request data twice in Spring

Hi Readers,

i got requirement to read to HTTP Post Request data twice in spring MVC interceptor but the problem is when am trying read it,am getting this exception in spring controller “java.lang.IllegalStateException: getReader() has already been called for this request

We are getting this exception because request.getInputStream() called twice, once in MVC interceptor and once spring controller.To fix this we need write wrapper on HTTP request but it will not solve our problem because after wrapping request there is no way to hand over same wrapper request to spring controller,to do that we need to write traditional filter.

follow the below steps

Step 1)Write simple wrapper on HTTP request so that it can be used in filter we are going write in Step 2.

package com.myjavarecipes.web;
public class MultiReadHttpServletRequest extends HttpServletRequestWrapper {
 private String _body;
public MultiReadHttpServletRequest(HttpServletRequest request) throws IOException {
 _body = "";
 BufferedReader bufferedReader = request.getReader();
 String line;
 while ((line = bufferedReader.readLine()) != null){
 _body += line;

public ServletInputStream getInputStream() throws       IOException {
 final ByteArrayInputStream byteArrayInputStream = new ByteArrayInputStream(_body.getBytes());
 return new ServletInputStream() {
 public int read() throws IOException {
 return byteArrayInputStream.read();

public BufferedReader getReader() throws IOException {
 return new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(this.getInputStream()));

2)Write Traditional J2EE filer,in Filter doFilter method we wrap HTTP request with custom wrapper MultiReadHttpServletRequest and pass it back to filter chain,so that now onward when ever request.getInputStream() get called it will call the overrided method in MultiReadHttpServletRequest class and it returns same ServletInputStream which is already read by wrapper.

 package com.myjavarecipes.web;
 import java.io.*;
 import javax.servlet.*;
 import javax.servlet.http.*;
 import java.util.*;

 public class RequestWrapperFilter implements Filter {
 public void init(FilterConfig config)
      throws ServletException{
 // nothing goes here
public void doFilter(ServletRequest request,ServletResponse           response, FilterChain chain)
     throws java.io.IOException, ServletException {
MultiReadHttpServletRequest requestWrapper=new      MultiReadHttpServletRequest(request);
 // Pass request back down the filter chain

 public void destroy( ){
 /* Called before the Filter instance is removed
 from service by the web container*/

3)Configure filter in web.xml so that container will call our filter for each HTTP request.


4)Now onward HTTP request object can be read more than once it means we can read it in Spring MVC interceptor and as well as in Spring controller.

Spring Profiling/Audit using MVC interceptors

Hi Readers,

recently i got requirement from customer that they want to audit Spring web application services. In simple terms they want to know which of services used more and less. Requirement is simple,just by writing one Spring MVC web interceptor we can scan all the Http requests and write audit logic but here is the actual problem that they want us to audit only few of the services not all other services,it means i have to figure out the methods which need be audited in interceptor.

To achieve i did following  steps

  1. Define custom annotation.
  2. Use this annotation at spring MVC controller method.
  3. Write own interceptor,access called method and class level annotations in it and if expected annotation present then write audit logic

STEP 1:  Define @ApplicationAudit custom annotation.

package com.myjavarecipes.common.controller

import java.lang.annotation.ElementType;
import java.lang.annotation.Retention;
import java.lang.annotation.RetentionPolicy;
import java.lang.annotation.Target;

@Target(ElementType.METHOD) //can use in method only.
public @interface AppicationAudit{
	String value();

STEP 2:Add this custom annotation in Spring controller method addAccount().

package com.myjavarecipes.common.controller

import org.springframework.stereotype.Controller;
import org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.RequestMapping;
import org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.RequestMethod;
import org.springframework.web.servlet.ModelAndView;

public class HelloWorldController{

@RequestMapping(value="/addAccount",method = RequestMethod.POST)
public ModelAndView addAccount(){
  ModelAndView model = new ModelAndView("AddAccount");
   return model;

public ModelAndView getAccount(){

 ModelAndView model=new ModelAndView("getAccount");

 //implementation goes here

 return model;

 STEP 3: Add Spring MVC interceptor entry in spring context xml.
  <bean class="com.myjavarecipes.interceptor.AuditInterceptor" />
STEP 4:  write own AuditInterceptor spring web mvc interceptor,in it’s methods preHandle,postHandle,afterCompletion identify called method controller class and method has expected annotation if it present write audit logic.
package com.myjavarecipes.interceptor;
import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest;
import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse;

import org.springframework.web.method.HandlerMethod;
import org.springframework.web.servlet.HandlerInterceptor;
import org.springframework.web.servlet.ModelAndView;
import org.springframework.stereotype.Controller;
import com.myjavarecipes.common.controller.ApplicationAudit; 

public class AuditInterceptor implements HandlerInterceptor { 

public boolean preHandle(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response, Object handler) throws Exception { 
HandlerMethod hm=(HandlerMethod)handler; 
Method method=hm.getMethod(); if(method.getDeclaringClass().isAnnotationPresent(Controller.class)){
return true; 

public void postHandle(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response, Object handler, ModelAndView modelAndView) throws Exception {
HandlerMethod hm=(HandlerMethod)handler;
 Method method=hm.getMethod();

{ System.out.println(method.getAnnotation(ApplicationAudit.class).value()); request.setAttribute("ENDTIME",System.currentTimemillis());  }

public void afterCompletion(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response, Object handler, Exception ex) throws Exception { 
System.out.println("After completion handle"); HandlerMethod hm=(HandlerMethod)handler; 
Method method=hm.getMethod(); if(method.isAnnotationPresent(ApplicationAudit.class))
{ System.out.println(method.getAnnotation(ApplicationAudit.class).value()); 
System.out.println("Total Took:"+((Long)request.getAttribute("ENDTIME")-(Long)request.getAttribute("STARTTIME")));  

Java Custom Annotation Example

Hi Readers,

in this post i will explain how custom annotation works.

  1. Annotation works like metadata.
  2. @ means compiler treats it as annotation.
  3. @interface means compiler treats as custom annotation.
  4. @Retention:Retention is used specify annotation if it should be available at runtime.
  5. @Target : We can specify which Java elements your custom annotation can be used to annotate.  In the below example MyFirstAnnotation targeted to use at method level.
package com.myjavarecipes.annotations;

import java.lang.annotation.ElementType;
import java.lang.annotation.Retention;
import java.lang.annotation.RetentionPolicy;
import java.lang.annotation.Target;

@Target(ElementType.METHOD) //can use in method only.
public @interface MyFirstAnnotation {
String value();


Example to show how to use it.

package com.myjavarecipes.examples;

import java.lang.reflect.Method;

import com.myjavarecipes.annotations.MyFirstAnnotation;

public class AnnotationExample{

public void doBatting(){
System.out.println("Batting performed");
public void doBowling(){
System.out.println("Bowling performed");
public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
AnnotationExample anExample=new AnnotationExample();
Method[] methodsArray=anExample.getClass().getMethods();
for(int i=0;i<methodsArray.length;i++){
Method method=methodsArray[i];
MyFirstAnnotation myAnnObject=(method.getAnnotation(MyFirstAnnotation.class));
System.out.println("My annotation value:"+myAnnObject.value());
method.invoke(anExample, null);

My annotation value:DOACTION
Batting performed

How to get H1B visa

  1. Find employer who can apply for H1B Visa for every march.
  2. Employer will have attorney  to prepare H1B visa petitions for their employees.
  3. Attorney file visa petition at USCIS in every march month.
  4. USCIS will perform computerized lottery in April to select limited cap visa.
  5. If your petition selected in lottery then USCIS will do verification on your via petitions.
  6. If your petition got approved then your employer will receive H1B approval letter.
  7. Your employer share all necessary documents with H1B approval letter.
  8. Attend Visa interview at nearest USA embassy.
  9. If everything goes well visa officer will keep your passport to stamp it.
  10. You will receive your passport with Visa in 5 working days.

Watch this video for better understanding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DkYmWFD3gd0