Monday Dec 05, 2011

Connecting Java CAPS JMS To SOA Suite

Following a number of recent requests about connecting SOA Suite to existing SeeBeyond / Sun JMS I decided to put together this quick blog entry that describes the simple configuration required to successfully achieve this. The entry is based on a short document I originally wrote that described alternative connection options but JMS seems to be the most popular.

The key to connecting SOA Suite to STCMS (SeeBeyond JMS) is collecting the correct information about your JMS Instance and tracking down the appropriate jar file. This blog assumes the reader is running Java CAPS, but the concepts are the same for ICAN and e*Gate, and we will be simply using a Mediator to write a message to a JMS Queue.

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Friday Feb 05, 2010

Cars Online Part 2 - Common Object Model.

Following on from my introduction to Cars Online this blog entry will take you through the development of the Common Object Model used within the Cars application and explain why it was developed and how it is used. In addition I will look into the key advantages of using this strategy and how it can be used to simplify mappings within your BPEL Processes. Although their are many possible strategies for developing Common Object Models and the concept is, most definitely, not new the one used within Cars Online is based on a number of years experience and tuning and combines full flexibility with a slight amount of, in Relational Database Speak, de-normalisation.

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Wednesday Feb 03, 2010

Cars Online Part 1 - Introduction to the Simple web frontend

Whilst working closely with the UK Pre-Sales team building a new version of their Cars Online demo it seemed a good time to document some processes and strategy used within the team to build the new demo. This new version of the demo is built primarily on the GlassFish ESB 2.2 platform and will be designed to leverage existing interfaces but ultimately replace them, where appropriate, with pure GlassFish ESB implementation.

In essence this blog entry will be the first in a trail of entries based around the new Cars Online demonstration that takes the reader through the build and integrations and some of the design patterns used. I expect to show how the solution can interface with a number is different interfaces and hopefully we will also be able to show the same external implementations running on differing application servers.

Therefore this first entry will give an overview of the Cars Online Demonstration and introduce the radically updated web application which now conforms with the Look & Feel seen in the BPEL Monitor and an associated IEP backed BAM Application.

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