Open ESB Tip: Enhanced Ajax Based BPEL Monitor

Read the original article at The Crooked Stick

Following on from my previous BPEL Monitoring Blog entries I have tweaked, yet again, the web application and some of the underlying SVG Generation code. These tweaks are relatively minor but hopefully provide the user with some useful additional functionality. A quick 5 minute video can be seen at the end of this blog to demonstrate the functionality now available.

<script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ $("#traildiv").load("../resource/bpel-monitor/MonitorTrail.html"); $("#resourcediv").load("../resource/bpel-monitor/MonitorResources.html"); }); </script>

Additional Functionality

The key functionality changes to the web application have been added to improve the overall look and feel of the simple monitor and allow my Pre-Sales Colleagues to demonstrate monitoring functionality with Open ESB and GlassFishESB before the official realse of the GlassFishESB Monitor.

The following is a brief list of the new features:

  1. Full Ajax support - The page will not refresh from the server (i.e. re-read the page) until the user Refreshes in the Browser. The displayed data is refreshed locally using Ajax and JavaScript with the result that the images (svg) does not flash.
  2. Additional "Dashboard" tab that provides a summary of all running processes displaying information for Completed, Running, Suspended, Faulted and Terminated.
  3. Process Monitor Tab and been further Split to Display either Summary information for the Process or a list or Instances.

Video



Comments:

hi, I tried your latest AjaxBPELMonitorWebApplication.war. all is very good. but when I clicked the activity link, nothing happened. is this correct? or anything wrong with my browser? but I updated my svgviewer,and testing passed in adobe's website. pls advise

Posted by Xiong Wei on October 29, 2009 at 03:02 AM GMT #

At the moment the hyperlinks on the Activities do nothing more than select the row. I intend to extend the page to display information about the selected Activity (it's just getting the time) such as performance statistics.

Posted by Andrew on October 29, 2009 at 06:48 AM GMT #

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