How to deploy to JBoss EAP 7 with Gradle, Cargo, and Jenkins

It took me quite a while to get my Java EE 7 application automatically deployed to a target JBoss EAP 7 server from within Jenkins using Gradle as the build tool and Cargo for managing the deployment. So here’s my final solution for you to use! 😉 build.gradle dependencies { classpath ‘com.bmuschko:gradle-cargo-plugin:2.2.3’ } apply plugin: … Read moreHow to deploy to JBoss EAP 7 with Gradle, Cargo, and Jenkins

Using Gradle wrapper behind a proxy server with self-signed SSL certificates

Today, I wanted to add a Gradle Wrapper to my Java project but had a few issues. I am behind a proxy and it changes the SSL certificates to be able to scan traffic for viruses. My first attempt to start gradlew build resulted in: Exception in thread “main” java.net.UnknownHostException: services.gradle.org at java.net.AbstractPlainSocketImpl.connect(AbstractPlainSocketImpl.java:184) at java.net.PlainSocketImpl.connect(PlainSocketImpl.java:172) … Read moreUsing Gradle wrapper behind a proxy server with self-signed SSL certificates

How to call a REST service in webMethods Integration Server from Java

After publishing a REST Resource in webMethods Integration Server and giving it a nice logical URL, you may want to call the service from a Java program. Here’s how to do this using the Jersey framework. Automatically testing a REST Resource On top of my unit tests for plain old Flow services (as introduced in … Read moreHow to call a REST service in webMethods Integration Server from Java

Externalize Java helper methods with access to the service pipeline of webMethods Integration Server

As I’ve mentioned earlier, I like to re-use my existing code whenever possible (and if not possible I’ll try to find a way ;-)). When writing Java Services in webMethods’ Integration Server, I wanted to use an existing method that provides easy access and type safety when working with the service pipeline (i.e. interface IData). … Read moreExternalize Java helper methods with access to the service pipeline of webMethods Integration Server

Re-use your own existing Java code in a Java Service in webMethods Integration Server

Modularization is an important concept of programming. So, when I wanted to create a Java Service in webMethods’ Integration Server today, I wanted to re-use my existing Java code that already provided the feature I wanted to publish as a Service. However, this is not as easy as it sounds 😉 Here are the steps … Read moreRe-use your own existing Java code in a Java Service in webMethods Integration Server

How to change the Java version for webMethods Integration Server

Changing the Java version under which webMethods Integration Server runs and compiles Java services is quite easy (after you searched for hours for the right files to change ;-)). You can check which version your Integration Server uses on the About page: Here’s how to change the version for Integration Server (in my case version … Read moreHow to change the Java version for webMethods Integration Server

Unit-testing Flow Services in webMethods’ Integration Server with JUnit

Today, I built a small test bed for unit-testing Flow Services in webMethods’ Integration Server. If you develop Java Services for IS and follow the best practice of “no business logic in the service layer”, you can unit-test your logic in isolation in a plain old Java environment and deploy the library to IS, which … Read moreUnit-testing Flow Services in webMethods’ Integration Server with JUnit