Author Archives: hannes

LDAP in Anger

In this blog entry I explore the use of an LDAP[1] directory and infrastructure to establish a single directory for authentication and user management in an Oracle WebLogic[2] environment. Background I have been working and consulting around [Oracle] WebLogic for … Continue reading

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A meta-guide to technical web service design – part III

Back in April 2011 I didn’t intend writing a three part series of blog entries about technical web service design. But here we are in the third installment. In the first post[1] I used a very simple synchronous interface to … Continue reading

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A meta-guide to technical web service design – part II

In my previous post I presented a simple technique to create technical web service designs. I touched on the tools and the process and provided some code examples with guidelines. In this entry I will run through a procedure to … Continue reading

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A meta-guide to technical web service design

In this blog entry I present a simple technique to create technical web service designs using a Java based tool chain. Some background At first I wanted to title this entry: A meta-guide to technical web service design for geeks … Continue reading

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Announcement: Java Toolbox Build 25 is available

A new version of the Java Toolbox open source project is available.   Here follow the release notes: Build 25 (b25) ============== * Added WS-Addressing, JAX-WS proxy and XmlBeans support to the toolbox.services.ws.WSClientService. ** Added the following classes to support interaction … Continue reading

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Oracle SOA Suite: Versioned SCA composite deployment

A client recently asked me how they could go about running multiple SOA service versions side by side in the same (non production) environment, specifically on one WebLogic Server domain.  The actual question was more technical and referred to WAR, … Continue reading

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