Tuesday Dec 16, 2008

Java CAPS Tip : Running STCMS Standalone

With my previous blob entries I have discussed and documented how to run your Java CAPS (5.1.3) applications on both the SJSAS 8.2 & 9.1 and the Glassfish V2 application servers. Given this you may well want to switch the JMS you use but this may not be the case. Alternatively you may want to continue running the STCMS Message Server and by default to do this you will need to install and start a normal Logical Host. You may consider that this is an unnecessary overhead just to run the STCMS component. This blog therefore simply documents the process of running the STCMS in a standalone environment outside the confines of a Logical Host installation.[Read More]

Monday Dec 15, 2008

Java CAPS Tip : Configuring Glassfish to run 5.1.3 Deployments

Following on from my previous entry "Configuring SJSAS For MSMQ XA Transactions" I have put together the following blog entry that updates the information to cover the Glassfish Application Server. Although the procedure is essentially the same as SJSAS 8.2 configuration we loss some of the flexibility associated with managing and monitoring using the Enterprise Manager. Therefore this blog quickly documents the difference and what is required to deploy the generated ear files.[Read More]

Tuesday Dec 09, 2008

Java CAPS Tip : Configuring SJSAS For MSMQ XA Transactions

Following on from my MSMQ blog entry, "Reading MSMQ Messages with high TPS",  I was required to reproduce the scenario running in a SJSAS 8.2 Environment. Since this is not the standard Java CAPS 5.1.3 Runtime Application Server we need to configure is specifically to work with the appropriate queue systems. Although a number of documents exist informing you how to do this the key information does not exist at present in an online format. So I have decided to put this entry together based on a number of the engineering documents so that I can easily access the information when required.[Read More]

Monday Nov 24, 2008

Java CAPS Tip : Reading MSMQ Messages with high TPS

Recently on a project I was working with a client that needed to read messages from MSMQ and move them to STCMS with a minimum TSP of 250. In addition this pass though scenario needed to be done using XA transactions and hence guarantee message delivery. Now given that implementing the standard MSMQ eWay functionality restricts the eWay to polling with a minimum interval of 100 ms this gives the developer a maximum of 10 TPS. Although their are many ways to implement this type of functionality this blog entry documents the solution implemented at the clients that exceeded their minimum TPS requirement.
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Friday Nov 14, 2008

Java CAPS Tip : Simple Web Based BPEL 2 SVG Monitor

Extending on my recent blog entries around the BPEL 2 SVG Generator I have extended the functionality so that it will now generate highlighted paths through the SVG file by setting the various opacities of the Complex and Simple activities. The net result of this is that is is now easy to quickly generate SVG file on the fly from any given Open ESB BPEL 2 file. To showcase this new functionality I have built a small Visual Web Pack page that is linked to the BPEL 2 persistence tables and will display the SVG based on the selected BPEL process. This Visual Web Pack Application can be installed as a self contained application on any Glassfish instance it requires only the existing jdbc/bpelseNonXA JDBC connection pool definition to the persistence database and will provide a Graphical BPEL Monitor. For a full description see Open ESB Tip : Simple Web Based BPEL 2 SVG Monitor
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