Author Archives: gjcbell

About gjcbell

I am the Cloud Architect at IBM. I work in and create Hybrid Cloud solutions. These are solutions that have an on premise facet and multi Cloud platform facet. My area of focus spans the Bluemix Platform, IBM Cloud Private as well as cloud brokerage.

Creating a Cloud application that runs on Bluemix and consumes a NoSQL Database and Watson services.

Hello everyone – It has been a long time since I wrote an article. A few years in fact and work has kept me very busy. I am now the Cloud Architect at IBM for the Bluemix Platform. I wrote … Continue reading

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Catching Expected And Unexpected Faults In BPEL

In BPELs in WebSphere Integration Developer we can catch exceptions – faults from a BPEL, like during an invoke for example. What happens when we want to catch an exception that is not necessarily a fault and could stem from … Continue reading

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Securing a BPEL in WebSphere Integration Developer 7 difference over WebSphere Integration 6

  Hi, another day in the windy city Today we look at how to add a role-based security to secure a BPEL. In WebSphere Integration Developer(WID) 6 there was no direct way to add a role to a BPEL at … Continue reading

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LTPA Tokens For JAX-RPC and JAX-WS in IBM WebSphere Server Version 7. Client and Provider communication.

  HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!! To all the followers of this blog. I changed jobs in the later half of last year 2011 and as a result neglected my blog. I hope to turn things around this year Today we are … Continue reading

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Jasper Reports – Fields And Fonts On Different Operating Systems

Jasper Reports – Fields And Fonts I have been using Jasper Reports for a while and an interesting senario came to light. This is to do with fields been truncated on linux systems when the report is generated. For example … Continue reading

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Struts 2 and JQuery Example project with Jasper for Reporting

In continuation to my last article I will give the code needed for a Struts 2 and JQuery project. I will call the project TransportBooking. The important additions we make to JQuery is Jasper reporting which will add reporting functionality … Continue reading

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Struts 2 and JQGrid – An alternative to other visually rich web applications

Happy New Year to one and all. My first blog for the New Year.  Struts 2 and JQGrid offer an elegant alternative to changing languages or trying other frameworks that involve other languages. Imagine if you have inherited an application … Continue reading

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