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Web Service incompatibilities

SOAP Web Services have lost quite some of their popularity: too complex, incompatibilities etc.  My answer is always that 1) SOAP just adds a very simple envelope around the request and response messages and 2) SOAP does work fine when you stick to the rules (a

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Live from Software AG Processworld 2012: Day 2

On day 2 of ProcessWorld I attended some sessions that were focusing on the 9.0 release. The first one was about a general introduction to webMethods 9.0. It started with a short overview of the new products: webMethods cloudStreams, webMethods Pulse, Command Central, ActiveTransfer, etc.

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Live from Software AG Processworld 2012: Day 1

The day started with general keynotes from the CEO and CTO of Software AG. During these keynotes the so called “4 forces, shaping the future of IT” of Processworld 2012 were introduced: Big Data     Social/Collaboration  Cloud  Mobile All of these 4 forces are integrated

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Skinning in JSF

Why Skinning? CSS is the tool for webdevelopers (or more likely designers) to customize sites without having to alter code. This allows for visual variability without the need to compile/test/deploy/… things. It also allows user-specific theming where the user can decide which theme looks best.However

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Resending Idocs Not Using Transaction WE19

PROBLEM: When testing an interface in SAP PI I wanted to resend some idoc’s to PI. Resending a succesfully processed idoc in SAP PI is not possible from SXMB_MONI. You can use transaction WE19 from your backend system to do this, but I was not

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Prince2 and integration projects

A couple of weeks ago I attended to the Prince2 practitioner course. Main driver to attend this training was to find out how it could help me in managing several simultanous B2B & EAI projects (called integration projects from here on). I want to share some reflections

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