Category Archives: Computers and Internet

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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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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Picking Dates in Struts 2 and JQGrid

I have spent sometime analysing the power of Struts 2 and JQGrid. In a time when so many frameworks are out there, so many projects, some of which perform code generation, the question is can Struts 2 still have a … Continue reading

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Digesting Struts 2 and Dojo

Digesting Struts 2 and Dojo I was playing around with Struts 2 and Ajax mainly Dojo. Now how would one wire a struts action to return Dojo – JavaScript object? We will examine this below and setup a sample app … Continue reading

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Dating, Where clauses and Hibernate

I recently ran into an interesting problem involving hibernate and dates across different database systems mainly Microsoft SQL 2008 and IBM Informix. It appears that in HQL queries you can use Informix’s today for obtaining the current date and time: … Continue reading

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Nice and Naughty Transactions in Hibernate and Spring

I came across a very interesting fact about Spring transaction management.   Spring provides us with two ways of handling transaction 1) Using proxies, 2) Using DI through the getTemplate() method.   Now what happens when we consider 1) we … Continue reading

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