- Creating a Cloud application that runs on Bluemix and consumes a NoSQL Database and Watson services.
- Catching Expected And Unexpected Faults In BPEL
- Securing a BPEL in WebSphere Integration Developer 7 difference over WebSphere Integration 6
- LTPA Tokens For JAX-RPC and JAX-WS in IBM WebSphere Server Version 7. Client and Provider communication.
- Jasper Reports – Fields And Fonts On Different Operating Systems
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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
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
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
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
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
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
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