Friday Dec 18, 2009

Open ESB Tip : Getting Started With The Back In Black Monitor

Now that I have complete switched over to the "Back In Black" format of the monitor I thought it was about time I put together a new "Getting Started" blog entry to match the new screens and explain the exteneded functionality. The previous entry still exist for those using the older style Monitoring application but as mentioned I will not be updating the old style because the main driver, so far, for the development of the Monitoring UI have been the UK Pre-Sales group. 

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Monday Dec 07, 2009

Open ESB Tip : Simplified Business View Generation

In the never search for simplicity and perfection I have written a new Servlet that is designed to simply retrieve the business view of the BPEL based on the BPEL Instance Id which can be easily obtained from the Business Process. This I hope will greatly simplify the task of generating the Business View and make it easier to integrate with web applications, such as the Sun Pre-Sale Cars Online Demo, to provide user feedback.

This blog entry, which will probably take longer to write than the Servlet, will document how to call the new Servlet, the html / xhtml requirements and what we information need from the business process.

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Friday Dec 04, 2009

Open ESB Tip : Generating Business SVG with the AjaxGetBpelProcessSvgServlet

To allow our Pre-Sales people to extend their Cars Online Demo I was ask to document the usage of the AjaxGetBpelProcessSvgServlet Servlet so that it can be called from any web page and return  displayable SVG Code that represents the BPEL Process in a business format. Hence because this information may be useful to the general community I have decide to document it in this blog. I will assume that the reader has read the previous blog "Giving the BPEL Monitor a Business Skin" which describes how to add the a specific images and hence will not be covering that.

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Wednesday Dec 02, 2009

Open ESB Tip : BPEL Monitoring - Back In Black

Read the original article at The Crooked Stick

MonitorWith Look and Feel so important with any application I decided to take a look at the JQuery UI functionality and see if I could leverage this to enhance the overall presentation of the BPEL Monitor. To this end I copied the core Servlet functionality into a new project and decided to rebuild the monitor.jsp page to use JQuery UI and its associated Theme options.

I choose the darkness theme for the new layout simply because it matched the rest of my desktop bu the the pages can be simply modified to use any of the other JQuery Themes.

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Wednesday Nov 25, 2009

Open ESB Tip : New Monitor Screen Styling

Read the original article at The Crooked Stick

Following a number of requests from my pre-sales colleagues I have put together an alternative screen layout for the Monitoring Application although by default I still display the original screen style. To access the new screen you simply need to add /monitor.jsp to the end of the url.

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