“JSON Web Token (JWT) is a JSON-based open standard (RFC 7519) for creating access tokens that assert some number of claims. For example, a server could generate a token that has the claim “logged in as admin” and provide that to a client. The client could then use that token to prove that it is logged in as admin. The tokens are signed by the server’s key, so the client Continue ReadingSOA Suite 12C: Generating a JSON Web Token (JWT) in OSB
Since 2006, Mulesoft is offering middleware and messaging. Back then, building integrations was still heavily XML file based, with a set of Eclipse based plugins. This has changed though! With their Anypoint Studio, an Eclipse-based graphical development environment for designing, testing and running Mule flows, they really upped their game. Together with their new IPaaS platform CloudHub and their API capabilities, Mulesoft is looked at as a big player in Continue ReadingA first glance at Mule’s API capabilities
A while back I did a post about the business rule engine. See here. In the end of the post I added some considerations. One was the very annoying performance of the business rule component in JDev when using decision tables. If you were editing them, the memory usage started growing and after 5 minutes JDev would crash. Also editing large decision tables was very slow. The worst part back Continue ReadingSOA Suite 12C : Patch to fix the JDev business rule component performance
Working in the integration business, you probably noticed quite an increasingly upcoming market of data sources which are no longer on premise. With more and more PaaS and SaaS solutions, the need to integrate them becomes obvious. Salesforce should talk to your on-premise CRM system and your custom applications should update your Twitter feed for example. Back in the day, you would get a piece of software usually called something Continue ReadingIntegration Platforms as a Service in 2016.
Retrieving data from a back-end system or executing something in a business rule engine can cost quite some time. When we build services we want to strife for performance but sometimes you make services which you just can’t make any faster. One thing to keep in mind is that it is possible to cache in SOA Suite using the coherence adapter. For example retrieving data from a back-end system in Continue ReadingUsing the Coherence Adapter in SOA Suite 12C
As you have seen in my previous posts it is possible to build your SB and SOA components using Maven. See here. One of the issues we encountered is that building ServiceBus projects supports some very basic maven stuff. For example the description property in the maven pom file is not mapped to the description field of a service bus project which would have been nice as this is the Continue ReadingSOA Suite 12C: Add version information to your ServiceBus projects using custom maven plugin
After installing bundle patch 22.214.171.124.5 we noticed that the flowinstance title of our instances in SOA where flakey. Meaning sometimes they appeared, but sometimes they didn’t. After some testing and going back and forth with Oracle support, we where not able to steadily reproduce the bug. We did come to a work-around though and that is forcing a dehydrate. Not the best option in my opinion but a possible workaround. Continue ReadingInstalling SOA BP 126.96.36.199.5 makes the flowinstance title disappear. Incoming workaround!
A while back I was asked by the people from Electric Cloud if I would be interested in participating in a panel to talk about Orchestrating Enterprise Software Development as a part of their Continuous Discussions series. I thought it was a very cool idea and of course said yes. The questions we talked about where things like What does your test matrix look like? How do you define the Continue ReadingContinuous Discussions: Orchestrating Enterprise Software Development Testing