Go figure, I was googling for “WebSphere Process Server” and came across an AlphaWorks project: SCA Component for Ruby with IBM WebSphere Process Server. Unlike the article that ‘integrated’ the two via Web Services, this project will give you the ability to run Ruby from inside a component.
The developerWorks article titled “Create a Web service with Ruby on Rails for integration with WebSphere Process Server makes it sound like it’s some cool new functionality that would allow a Ruby Component inside of process server. Alas, the “Integration” between Ruby and Process Server is done via a yawn-inducing boring old web service. I’d […]
When attempting to start an ear after application install on WebSphere v6.1, the following exception occurred: [28/03/08 9:50:46:673 EST] 00000028 MBeanHelper E Could not invoke an operation on object: WebSphere:name=ApplicationManager,process=server1, platform=dynamicproxy, node=txuxu-was007Node01,version=188.8.131.52, type=ApplicationManager,mbeanIdentifier=ApplicationManager, cell=was007Node01Cell,spec=1.0 because of an mbean exception: com.ibm.ws.exception.RuntimeWarning: javax.resource.ResourceException: CWSIV0900E: The exception com.ibm.wsspi.sib.core.exception.SINotAuthorizedException: CWSIP0311E: A user is not authorized to delete a durable […]
From Developerworks, a little piece of self-promotion called Writing articles for developerWorks WebSphere Everything you’d ever want to know about getting an article published on developerWorks. One caveat, the article approval process is very long. My submission for the Test Client article took around 3 months to get approval. By then, I wasn’t all that […]
Previously, I lamented about the lack of a non-IBM community dedicated to WebSphere. In this series, I’m going to put myself in IBM shoes and describe what I would do to encourage the formation of an external community. Before I get into that, I’d like to reflect on the benefits it would bring to IBM […]
As Impact 2008 rolls around, the blogs are starting to come alive with the sounds of people booking their flights to Vegas. I’ve included a list of some bloggers who will be in attendance: Las Vegas, SOA and me Comming to IMPACT 2008 IMPACT 2008! Techy conference! Jimmy Wales @ Impact 2008 IBM Education Pack […]
On a migration project, you sometimes come across a system that’s been around for a long time, does a pretty small task and hasn’t been touched in years. The question that arrises is “Should it be migrated to the new platform?” Now. You could solve this problem by phoning up stakeholders and try to find […]
From DeveloperWorks, Configuring SCA HTTP binding to enable real-life scenarios You can use HTTP bindings supported by IBM® WebSphere® Integration Developer Version 6.1 in many common real-life integration scenarios involving Service Component Architecture (SCA) applications. For example, by properly configuring the HTTP bindings you can expose SCA applications as a simple HTTP URL using HTTP […]
From Developerworks, Develop an automated build engine for Service Component Architecture applications using WebSphere Integration Developer This article describes how to construct an automated build engine solution for applications developed using IBM WebSphere Integration Developer and maintained using Rational ClearCase as the Software Configuration Management system (SCM). It explains the overall approach used to construct […]
As I’m sure you can tell, I’m very WebSphere focused. I have a hard enough time keeping up with the zillion WebSphere branded products that get released throughout the year. On my random surfing of the internet (tyvm Technorati) , I turned up Oracle’s entry into the world of SOA: Oracle SOA Suite 11g. The […]
The WebSphere Journal reports that 35 ‘iWay’ adapters will be a part of WebSphere Integration Developer and WebSphere Process Server. The adapters can be used with: * Amdocs * Ariba * Baan * Broadvision * Clarify * Documentum * i2 * Lawson * Manugistics * MFG/PRO * Microsoft * Retek * TIBCO … The custom […]
In Johannes Brodwall’s Blog, he asks “Why does so much enterprise commercial software suck?”. In it, he mentions that his project migrated off of WebSphere and onto Jetty and regrets that his project didn’t migrate soon. The money quote: But WebSphere is just the most blatant example of software that gives you nothing, gets in […]
Check out the latest features introduced into IBM WebSphere Enterprise
Service Bus V6.1 and its associated tooling, IBM WebSphere Integration Developer.
This article describes the transport protocol binding, data
bindings, and administrative and mediation support. You should have basic
knowledge of the features and functions of previous versions of WebSphere Enterprise
Service Bus to follow along with this article.
If you deal with IBM software, one of the things that you need to keep up with are the APARs and PMRs that IBM releases over the week. If you are on the latest level of software it’s good to know what you may or may not run into. IBM provides a service from its […]