Monday Nov 03, 2008

Java CAPS Tip : BPEL 2 SVG Usage Documentation

Following on from my previous blogs and some of Adam's I have noticed that I need to add some more documentation around the usage of the BPEL 2 SVG generator. Therefore the purpose of this blog entry is to do just that. I will take some example code (from the NetBeans Plug-in Action) and explain what each of the parameters and settings achieve. For the full blob entry see Open ESB Tip : BPEL 2 SVG Usage Documentation

Wednesday Oct 22, 2008

Java CAPS Tip : BPEL 2 SVG Update

Following on from my previous blog entry "Generating SVG From BPEL 2 Files" I have updated the core code to include those features that were originally missing. The new code samples can be found in the original location but I decided to add this blog to quickly sumarise the key features I added. For the full blog entry see Open ESB Tip : BPEL 2 SVG Update

Tuesday Oct 14, 2008

Java CAPS Tip : Generating SVG From BPEL 2 Files

Following on from Adam's sterling work of graphical monitoring of BPEL Processes in his blog entry on Graphical BP Monitoring one of the most common question was why can't we generate this auto-magically. Well within this blog entry I will take you through the steps required to generate SCG files from a BPEL and then extend the NetBeans Interface to allow the user to simply Right-Click a bpel file and generate a svg file. For the full blog entry see the Open ESB Tip : Generating SVG From BPEL 2 Files

Wednesday Sep 17, 2008

Java CAPS Tip : NetBeans 6.1 JMS Monitoring based on the Management API

Following on from my blog entry "Building a JMS Browser Monitoring / Management Plug-in Module for NetBeans" I was asked if this was built using the Java CAPS Management API. The previous blog entry was actually built around the Java CAPS 6 stcqueueviewer API and as such did not have access to all the new functionality within the Management API. Therefore I decided to copy the existing project and modify the core JMS Implementation Classes to work with the Management API and will quickly document the key differences.
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Tuesday Sep 09, 2008

Java CAPS Tip : Building a JMS Browser Monitoring / Management Plug-in Module for NetBeans 6.1

This short Blog entry will take you through building a simple NetBeans Plug-in that can be used to browse the contents of a JMS Queue Manager. For the purpose of the Blog I will interface to the Java CAPS 6 Message Server although the example should be flexible enough to work with any Message Server assuming you have the appropriate interface.

The Module implemented within this blog will create a simple Java CAPS 6 JMS Servers node that will be integrated into the NetBeans Services tab in a similar way to the existing Servers node. The module will allow the user to specify and connect to multiple Sun-SeeBeyond JMS Servers and the associated configuration will be stored within the NetBeans <userdir>/config/JMSServer directory. Once connected to the appropriate Java CAPS 6 JMS Manager the user will be able to view all the Queues and Topics that are available within that Server and then for each Queue or Topic the Messages that are currently available.

This simple implement will provide the reader with the ability to build a JMS Monitoring / Management system that is integrated into the NetBeans framework.[Read More]
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