Archive for May, 2008

wmb-util – pain relief for WebSphere Message Broker

May 30th, 2008 by Niklas Gustavsson

WebSphere Message Broker has since version 6 sported a Java API that can be used to perform various actions, primarily message transformations. Users of the API will quickly find that it consists of a low level object model, much like the W3C XML DOM. After some additional use, one will find that the API has [...]

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Groovy and Grails intro

May 28th, 2008 by Johan Eltes

We are proud to announce that we have become G2One consulting and training partner for Sweden. You may not yet be familiar with these agile platforms built as extensions to Java and Java EE respectively. For our Swedish readers we have put together a short start-up guide. It comes in two parts: set-up instruction and [...]

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Bekanta dig med Groovy och Grails

May 26th, 2008 by Johan Eltes

Groovy och Grails är Java-världens motsvarighet till RubyOnRails. Det delar många av de värden som gjort Rails populärt. Till skillnad från dynamiska språk som portats till att kunna köra på en virtuell maskin för Java, är Groovy en utökning av JDK 5. Groovy delar m.a.o. objektmodell med Java. Man använder samma list-klasser, kalenderklasser m.m. Grails [...]

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Installation av Grails

May 25th, 2008 by Johan Eltes

Skapa biblioteksstruktur
Om du inte redan har en struktur för utvecklingsverktyg, föreslås denna:

Installera Groovy (behövs senare för IDE:n)

Ladda hem Groovy 1.5.4 från till Development/Tools/
Packa upp distributionen i Tools-biblioteket. När du är klar ska Tools innehålla biblioteket groovy-1.5.4
Sätt GROOVY_HOME till katalogen groovy-1.5.4

Installera Grail (med Groovy)

Ladda hem Grails 1.0.1 här:
Packa upp till Development/Tools/. Du ska då [...]

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Testing with Hermes JMS

May 20th, 2008 by Annica Sunnman

I have been implementing new JMS services in my project. The services are defined by XML schemas. During development I implemented basic unit tests to make sure JAXB validation worked as expected. The test was catching some of the validation errors that caused by missing data or wrong occurrences of some elements. I was quite satisfied [...]

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Lightweight messaging development using Active MQ

May 18th, 2008 by Johannes Carlén

This is a guide to setting up a lightweight messaging development environment with Active MQ using Tomcat as the application server. This tips might be of help to you regardless you are using another platform such as Websphere MQ or just want to try out JMS in your web or Java application.
When integrating enterprise applications [...]

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