Tuesday Feb 23, 2010

Cars Online Part 4 - Customer Search With MDM

This is the Second entry in this trail that is GlassFish ESB (Open ESB) and will look at the Search For Customer functionality. We assume that the Cars Online application is used as a car sales application is part of a larger corporate implementation. The assumed company also has dealings with finance and insurance which has been built up by acquisition. Hence they will be using a MDM Solution to manage their disparate system.

Therefore we have implemented a simple Customer MDM solution using the OpenESB MDM implementation building a Customer orientated solution which we will integrate with using a BPEL Process.

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Tuesday Feb 09, 2010

Cars Online Part 3 - Calculating Delivery Date

Up until this blog the trail has not been GlassFish ESB (Open ESB) specific but this entry will delve into the first of the Business Processes that have been written to back the functionality available within the Cars Online Application. As mentioned previously the Web pages are simply built using HTML / JavaScript / CSS / AJAX and are simply the User façade capable of running on any Web Server using AJAX to access the backing Servlets and hence the underlying Business Processes. Hence we can, if we choose, run this one multiple machines with multiple levels of Security.

The first of the Business Processes described, in this entry, is the Get Delivery Date. One of the key demonstration features of Cars Online was that we can generate a guaranteed Delivery Date based on the Car information selected and that this is dynamic based on previous orders.

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Friday Feb 13, 2009

Open ESB Tip : Implementing a Vendor Relationship Management Portal (Part 3)

In the final part of my "Vendor Relationship Management Portal" (VRMP) implementation trail I will implement the Vendor Workflow using just the functionality available in the Open ESB (GlassFish ESB) product. This uses the Open ESB BPEL 2.0 JBI Based functionality and the Worklist Manager Service Engine (WLM SE). Previously I have blogged about Java CAPS 6 WLM functionality and how to link BPEL with this traditional Java CAPS functionality; see:
Within those entries I discussed the Part 3 entry that would be the same project implemented using pure Open ESB and the WLM SE. Therefore this blog entry is the first in the Sub-Thread associated with building the VRMP using only Open ESB.[Read More]

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]
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