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I started out by installing LogicBlaze FUSE on a CentOS linux VM along with the FUSE Development Environment, which is Eclipse with some plugins. Now...
My goal is to build a BPEL process that can send and receive JMS messages with the Alert System running in a separate and different application server. Sounds pretty straight forward and nothing new for even the "greenest" of SOA products. However, there one little detai...
Before I start talking about my experience so far with Open ESB & GlassFish let me set the stage by introducing the SOA Lab. First a special thanks to my colleague Steve Smith for blogging about a key piece of the SOA Lab and that is The Virtual Enterprise...less work for me :-). I recommend reading The Virtual Ente...
Hmmm.... POGO being "Plain Old/ordinary GROOVY Object"!
I went to the PSUG meeting last night and saw first hand how GROOVY is being leveraged to kick out some seriously cool software. The second talk of the night was on the GRAILS framework. I don't think a single person there wasn't blown away -- especially since GRAILS actually cares about the enterprise. Great for kickin' out the jams! :)
To move your cube around, clicking the scroll wheel on your desktop is the equivalent to Ctrl+Alt+Left-Click.
One last thing - I wasn't too sure what good sticking a window might be, but I've grown quite fond of having Eclipse follow me around the cube. Assuming I'm typing, Eclipse is always merely an Alt+Tab away..
The WebEx plugin apparently is not working on Linux (at least on my machine). To uninstall it, you need to a) remove the .webex directory from your ~, and b) remove the npatgpc.so file from .mozilla/plugins. Only after that can you safely return to pages containing those embedded types and not have them freely execute installations outside the sandbox.
It doesn't get much better than Julian Bream's Recuerdos de la Alhambra.. If you haven't seen it yet, check out ¡Guitarra!  It's a compilation of BBC (I think) documentaries of Bream traveling across Spain. It really doesn't matter if you're a fan of classical guitar or not - this movie is amazing.
No sure whether this had anything to do w/ having Beryl SVN as my windowing manager, but my aptitude managed Eclipse instance stopped showing its "Help Contents" dialog. Interestingly enough, calling that sucker fires up a Tomcat instance that serves the content. Lucene is also part of that mix if I'm not mistaken. Anyway, to fix the vanishing help contents, simply (re)start your instance using the -clean flag.
I also tried out NetBeans 5.5 today. Holy smokes!.. What an ugly mug!(at least out of box settings on Ubuntu 6.06) I mucked around and completed what I'd set out to do and must say that Eclipse is still my favorite.. Now to figure out what plugins I need to run the NetBeans...
Not so! Wish I was more in tune w/ what was going on, but enabling .png in Beryl Settings Manager's Image Format section will git-yer-caps-back if lost via aptitude update..