Category Archives: JavaScript

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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