Category: Blogs

Invoking stored procedure from DataPower ESB

On a recent project, a few stored procedures had to be exposed as web services.  Actually, the stored procedures already took an XML message as input and returned an XML message as output. Initial plan was to write some .Net components to expose the stored procedures in

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How to: automatically remove LOCKFILE on server start (WINDOWS)

Have you ever had that annoying issue when your server started up and the LOCKFILE still existed in the webMethods folder? I’ve created a small script for windows which tackles this issue. set jobname=softwareAGwebMethodsIntegrationServer_8.0 set location=C:SoftwareAGIntegrationServerLOCKFILE for /F “tokens=3 delims=: ” %%H in (‘sc query

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Writing a Mule JMX Agent

A client of ours uses Mule ESB mainly as a mediator component that will throttle, translate and call external parties. Some of these parties are however not so reliable when it comes to response times. There were several utilities in use to check what the

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webMethods Process performance analyzing

We all get in touch with different processes on daily basis. Most of the times there are tools available to monitor if a process ran successfully.  But in many cases the performance of these processes aren’t measured before they are deployed to the production environment.

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Dealing with huge BizTalk DTA Databases

Unexpectedly, it can sometimes occur that you notice that your BizTalk DTA database has grown from a small tracking database to a huge database taking up all disk space on your server. I had the same issue at a client, and have noticed that this

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Introduction to Android App development (Devoxx 2011)

This session started with an explanation of what android is and how it was built. Android is a platform developed by open handset alliance. The platform is built in different layers.  Lowest layer based on linux used for hardware  Top of linux libraries and android

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SPDY protocol

The new Google SPDY protocol is another attempt to make the web more efficient and reliable. The SPDY protocol introduces an extra layer between HTTP and TCP/IP (actually SSL/TLS) that primarily allows for multiplexing and parallelizing multiple HTTP requests over a single SSL connection. The

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