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SoftwareAG ProcessWorld 2011 Day2

Perhaps I picked the wrong presentations, or perhaps its because I already passed by most of the information booths the first day, but I found this second day of ProcessWorld a bit less interesting.It started nicely though with a very good presentation by Alexander Osterwalder

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How to do NTLMv2 authentication in TIBCO BusinessWorks

As a proof of concept I had to test if TIBCO could perform authentication from its BusinessWorks suite to a Microsoft Dynamics CRM web service using ‘Integrated Windows Authentication’.   TIBCO BusinessWorks has all the necessary tools for connectivity, transformation and orchestration of processes but

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SoftwareAG ProcessWorld 2011 Day1

I see conferences like ProcessWorld as a class-room training. You can get a lot of (high level) info from the whole software stack in just 2 days. Unfortunatly, like training, there are less interresting parts that you have to sit through. But you as a

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Azure Service Bus: next step with enhanced Messaging

Microsoft has the vision to make a complete Service Bus available in the Azure cloud.  One basic and essential component of an integration solution is Messaging.  At TechEd 2011, a session was dedicated to this Messaging part. A screenshot from the presentation.   Also interesting

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JVM performance tuning – part 1

Many integration solution are based on the Java Virtual Machine.  Having a good understanding of the underlying machinery is essential for a well functioning integration platform.  Tuning of the Java Virtual Machine is an essntial part of that.  In a series of blog posting, we

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Comparing Oracle DB objects from different schemas

Today, we have been working on a migration from webMethods 7.1.2 to 8.0 at a customer of ours. Those who are familiar with webMethods probably know that the objects in a database for one of the webMethods components (Integration Server, Trading Networks, My webMethods Server)

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Better Message Exchange Patterns

With Web Services a number of Message Exchange Patterns (MEP) are defined Request-response: the endpoint receives a message and sends a correlated message One-way: the endpoint receives a message Solicit-response: the endpoint sends a message and receives a correlated message Notification: the endpoint sends a

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Blog lift-off

The I8C consultants are continuously learning and applying new technologies in the domain of “integration”.  In this blog, we want to share some of that interesting stuff. Note: previous posts were copied from the personal blog of Guy

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