Tuesday Jan 13, 2009

Simple NetBeans Module to Search Jar File for Specified Class

The following blog entry will take you through the creation of a NetBean 6.1 (although the principal is the same for other versions) Plug-in Module that will allow you to search all Jar files in a specified directory structure for a given Class name or part there of. On completion of this short tutorial you will have created a new Toolbar button and Menu item that will open a Search tab within the editor window. This will allow you to enter the Class Name to search for and the starting directory. If you would simply like a copy of the NBM then it can be found on the NetBeans Plugin Portal at http://plugins.netbeans.org/PluginPortal/faces/PluginDetailPage.jsp?pluginid=15286.

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Wednesday Nov 05, 2008

Open ESB 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.
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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

Open ESB 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.[Read More]

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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