In Part 1 we saw how you can easily design an API in Anypoint platform. In this next post I will show how to write an implemention of the API based on the design and how to deploy it to CloudHub. Let’s get started. Anypoint studio Start Anypoint studio and the File->New->MuleProject. The wizard opens up and you can then specify the name of the application. In my case Salesforce-API. Continue ReadingImplementing a simple Salesforce API using Anypoint platform.→
In this short post, I will show how to build a simple JPA Microservice using Spring Boot. Spring Boot makes it easy to create stand-alone based applications that you can run and need very little Spring configuration as we will see in this short tutorial. For an explanation about microservices, read this article of Martin Fowler. For the code, see https://github.com/hugohendriks1978/climbing-api As I was saying we are going to use Continue ReadingBuilding a simple microservice using Spring Boot→
Working with 12C a while, we started noticing that the deployment of our SharedResources SB project started to slow down. This project contains re-usable resources and contracts. The strange thing was that it was only this specific SB project. All the other projects where fine. Both deploying in JDeveloper and deploying using Maven started at around 40 seconds but after a while, it went up to 10 minutes even which Continue ReadingOFM 12C: Slow SB deployment issue→
When I was at Xebicon this year I saw a talk from Dave Farley. At 26 minutes or so he starts talking about Domain Specific Languages. Making an abstraction layer on top of your system where your tests run against so when the underlying system changes, you only have to adjust your layer in between instead of all the tests. This idea got me thinking of how we could be Continue ReadingAutomated acceptance testing using Fitnesse, Java and the OSB→
A few days ago, we needed a some business functionality to validate an IBAN account number. You can use inline Java in your BPEL process but there are more elegant ways as you don’t want to pollute your orchestration layer with business functionality. An nice and elegant way, in my opinion, is the use of the Spring component. By using this component you can expose a Java bean as simple Continue ReadingSOA Suite 12C: Simple example of using the Spring component→
In two previous posts here and here, I demonstrated how you can setup CI for OFM 12C projects. One of the things I hadn’t figured out yet was how I could deploy the MDS using Maven. After a vague hint on the internet, Oracle’s response that this feature wasn’t officially supported yet and some trial and error I came across the solution. It is actually quite simple. Basically it comes Continue ReadingOracle Fusion Middleware 12C: Deploy the MDS using Maven→
For ages, software companies have had maven repositories to manage their artifacts. Using maven’s dependencies system, you can easily add new libraries to your project without needing to know which other libraries you needed and maven will even download them for you. So the times of adding a library…compiling…class-not-found…adding another library…compiling…next-class-not-found where over. Unless you needed some oracle libraries! Up to now, Oracle did not have a public repository so Continue ReadingThe Oracle Maven repository available now!→
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