The journey to user-centric innovation in 5 simple steps

“Experience the journey to user-centric innovation in 5 simple steps” this was the title of our workshop at the OOP conference this year. Our workshop addressed people who are looking for innovations in digital products and services, but run short of new ideas. People who have ideas, but can’t decide whether they are brilliant or […]

Introduction to html2canvas and jsPDF

Sometimes it’s useful to get an image for a specific object (e.g. table, a text field) from your web page by simply clicking a button. At other times, you may want to just take a screenshot of an object and place it into a specific section on your web page as an image. I’ve found […]

Quicktipp: Working with more than one package name in a JAXB Context Config in Mule ESB

If you want to structure your code with packages for different JAXB annotated classes, for example after generating JAXB from different WSDLs, do not try to define severall jaxb context elements in Mule ESB, as this is going to fail at runtime. <mulexml:jaxb-context name=“JAXB_Context1“ packageNames=“org.example.test1“ doc:name=“JAXB Context1“ /> <mulexml:jaxb-context name=“JAXB_Context2“ packageNames=“org.example.test2“ doc:name=“JAXB Context2“ /> This […]

Handle REST requests in Mule ESB and forward it to Camunda BPM

Writing a REST Interface with JSON schema-validation and some Java transformations with Mule ESB is really easy and can be developed in a very short time. We want to show a sample application to demonstrate how easy Camunda can be used with Mule in an approver scenario for Slack.

Oracle Forms & Reports Create and Configure on the OEL 7.2 Server

Introduction This post focuses on the creation, configuration and tuning of an initial Forms & Reports Domain on the OEL 7.2 Server. The WebLogic Server is a necessary requirement, and must already be installed. For instruction how to install the WebLogic Server please refer to my previous post: WebLogic Server Installation on […]

Mulesoft Anypoint Platform – Running QUARTZ Scheduler Jobs

The Java QUARTZ Job Scheduler framework is a common piece of software and can be found in many environments. Although the Mulesoft Anypoint Platform provides its own scheduling API, it is a common task to use the QUARTZ framework instead. Especially, if scheduling might be centralized among different applications and might not only be used for the Mule […]

OPC UA – Bridging Manufacturing and Enterprise IT

Between the automation/manufacturing area and the enterprise information technology has been a disruption that is historically driven. Automation is closer to hardware so that the software evolved differently than software used on enterprise level. Moreover, it is easier to replace a business application than machines and controller in production lines. This is why different principles […]

Mule ESB – The anatomy of a flow

Mulesoft’s Anypoint Platform is an integration platform which is especially interesting for Java developers. It is based on the Spring framework and leverages Java technologies like CXF or JAXB which are well known Java software frameworks. Therefore, Java developers are able to get along with the platform fast. As the developers have direct access to […]