Sometimes SSL issues are the worst there are. Unreadable logging, strange codes and other unprehencible messages. There is a simple way to check if your 1-way SSL is being setup correctly using Java. Here is how it works: The first thing we have to do is to write a class which makes a simple HTTP request to a HTTPS url. This would look something like this: package nl.redrock; import java.io.BufferedReader; Continue ReadingChecking SSL connection using Java→
In this blog I will show how you can make a java callout from the OSB. This might be required if you want some basic functionality which is not provided by the OSB. In this example we are making a CryptService which hashes a string.
You might find yourself in a position where you want to add, edit or delete accounts in your Active Directory. The OSB itself doesn’t have an adapter for it so how do you resolve this? One of the options is to write a custom java library, add it to your domain and invoke it using a java-callout. Let’s start by making a simple Java project making use of Maven and Continue ReadingUsing Java and Spring to connect to an Active Directory→