My day job currently has me playing with WSO2’s Identity Server. In very simple terms, Identity Server is used for identity and Entitlement management across applications within an environment. It’s quite a comprehensive product and is worth a look if you need to solve problems related to authentication, authorization, provisioning etc within your organisation. By default Identity Server starts up on the HTTPS protocol and runs on port 9443. No problems there. However, the standard HTTPS port is 443 so…
It happens from time to time that an Eclipse-based IDE might need to use a version of Java other than the one on your classpath. It’s pretty simple to set this up in your eclipse.ini file – or whichever configuration file your specific Eclipse-based IDE may use. Here’s what you need to have as the first line in your config file – -vm D:/Java/jdk1.6.0_13/bin/javaw.exe And that’s it! Enjoy.
Love it or hate, Maven is an essential part of many development environments. One of the things I like about Maven is its’ ability to quickly generate a project skeleton to help get you started.
There are times when you need to convert the data being returned in your sql query to match the data type of your variable.
When I was but a youngling and the Force was yet to fully develop within me, I had issues calling stored procedures which returned a CLOB.
iBatis, that Java persistence framework we all know and love, has grown up. The original creators of iBatis have now moved on to bring us MyBatis! You can read all about it at the new MyBatis site.