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Being an architect is a tough job. The life of an architect is very painful especially taking many suboptimal decisions in the dark. The book “97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know” can really help avoid such costly mistakes. You can get the book at – http://www.amazon.com/Things-Every-Software-Architect-Should/dp/059652269X/ ... (more)

Run WFE Open Source BPMS System

Nice to see some initiative on a open source BPMS. Runa WFE is an OpenSource BPMS system, based on JBoss jBPM core. It is a cross-platform end user solution for business process development and execution. More information at – http://sourceforge.net/projects/runawfe ... (more)

Red Hat Releases Updated SOA Platform, Developer Studio

Red Hat recently released their updated SQA platform with JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform 5.0. MOre information here – http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=59785 I’ve used other ESB’s including Mule, ServiceMix, Sonic etc. I think its a lot easier to integrate with these tools when compared to the JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform. ... (more)

HL7 Interface Engines

SOA World Magazine So what do you really look for in an interface engine? There is more to an IE than just being a pass-through of messages. Some good features of an interface engine – 1) Store and forward capability 2) Auto-acknowledgement 3) Guaranteed message redelivery 4) Rollback and retry capabilities 5) Reliable messaging, Once only delivery 6) Message Ordering, Error-free, Sequential 7) Disconnected Operation 8) Message Logging 9) Message Security 10) Consistent Routing 11) Message Monitoring 12) Exception/Error Escalation 13) Uptime Quantification 14) Persistent Messaging 15) Tim... (more)

Echo3 HelloWorld

Java Developer's Magazine Here’s a Echo3 application in 3 steps - 1) Create HelloWorld.java public class HelloWorld extends ApplicationInstance { public Window init() { Window window = new Window(); ContentPane contentPane = new ContentPane(); window.setContent(contentPane); Label label = new Label("Hello, world!"); contentPane.add(label); return window; } } 2) Create the HelloWorldServlet public class HelloWorldServlet extends WebContainerServlet { @Override public ApplicationInstance newApplicationInstance() { return new HelloWorld(); } } 3) Change web.xml Hell... (more)