Thursday Oct 22, 2009

Open ESB Tip: Enhanced Ajax Based BPEL Monitor

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.
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Thursday Aug 20, 2009

Open ESB Tip : NetBeans Plugin For Template Based BPEL Documentation Update

Following on from the original NetBeans Plugin (NetBeans Plugin For Template Based BPEL) I have extended to include the two new Documentation Generators described in:
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Friday Aug 07, 2009

Open ESB Tip: Extending the Template based BPEL Document Generator

Following on from my previous blog entry (Template Based BPEL Document Generation) which described the Template Based BPEL Documentation Generator and briefly mention how it could be extended. This entry will take you through the steps of building a Simple JDBC based document writer that will retrieve the process and activity information from a specified JDBC DataSource. Although this is a simple example it should, hopefully, show you how to write your own Documentation Writer by extending the existing functionality. As I gen the chance I hope to add additional Writers to the basic jar to leverage a variety of possible Data Stores (e.g. the Adjoovo Spaces REgiSTry, OpenDS, WebService Calls).
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Wednesday Jul 29, 2009

Open ESB Tip : Template Based BPEL Document Generation

The current implementation of Open ESB provides the developer with the ability to generate pdf based reports for their BPEL processes. By its nature this functionality is restricted in what it can provided and often does not meet the projects requirements simply taking the documentation added to the the various BPEL activities and writing it out to a pdf whilst also generating a graphical representation of the BPEL that frequently does not fit into the document correctly.

Having discussed this with a some of our pre-sales representatives I decided to see what I could achieve and build a flexible template based alternative. Much of the code used within the generation process is based on the previous work I did generating SVG from BPEL but enhanced to improve performance and flexibility.

This first blog entry describes the command-line interface to generating the the BPEL Documentation whilst a subsequent entry will describe the NetBeans Plug-in I have built to proved the additional functional at a single click.
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Friday Dec 05, 2008

Open ESB Tip : Graphical BPEL Monitoring and Usage Statistics

Following on from my previous SVG Based BPEL Graphical Monitoring example I have extended the sample Visual Web Pack project to include simple BPEL 2.0 Usage Statistics. This addition provides the Business User with an additional level of information covering overall usage and Minimum, Maximum and Average processing time. Therefore in addition to providing Specific Instance Monitoring using the dynamically generated SVG we can now view the BAM Style processing statistics for each deployed BPEL Process and similar for each activity within a selected BPEL Process. These are presented both in a tabular and graphical format (SVG) for the selected BPEL Process.[Read More]
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