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- Manipulating Human Tasks (for testing)
- Installing WebLogic Server 10.3.3 on Ubuntu (64-bit)
- Choosing BPMN or BPEL to model your processes
- A simple JMS client for WebLogic 11g
- Installing WebLogic Server on Mac OS X
- Continuous Integration
- Configuring Maven to run your Java application
- What BPM adds to SOA Suite
- Increasing swap size on Solaris (using ZFS)
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Building a Custom BPM Worklist, Oracle InSync 2011 User Group presentation
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Tag Archives: JMS
WebLogic Server includes a feature called the ‘JMS Wrapper’ that you can take advantage of to dramatically improve the performance of JMS applications running on WebLogic Server. Note that this is not for remote JMS clients, this is for JMS … Continue reading
In a small departure from our normal Java oriented examples, this post shows how to send a JMS message from Scala. It is basically a port of the simple JMS client found in this post. This example is written to run … Continue reading
In previous posts, we presented a simple WebLogic JMS client in Java here, and an updated one here. We also presented a simple C# JMS program here. In this post, we present a more or less equivalent C#/.Net implementation of … Continue reading
A little while ago, we posted a simple JMS client for WebLogic here. That post demonstrated how to create a simple JMS client program that could send messages to a WebLogic JMS queue. It also showed how to set up … Continue reading
I was asked recently what we could do about allowing .Net applications to participate in pub/sub environments alongside Java applications. It turns out that WebLogic Server, since 10.3, has a built-in .Net JMS client, which allows us to easily write … Continue reading