Category Archives: Spring Framework

Setting up https for your REST API with Boxfuse

In my last post I showed how easy it was to get your REST API based on Spring Boot framework up and running on AWS with the help of Boxfuse. The next step is making use of SSL for the … Continue reading

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More advanced stuff with JMS and AWS SQS

As you might know SQS in AWS SQS stands for ‘Simple Queue Service’. While playing around with it I recently found one of the reasons why it may be called ‘simple’. In two previous posts (here and here) I showed … Continue reading

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Replacing standard Mule Transformer with a custom implementation

Although there is a lot of documentation about Mule ESB the issue in this post still took me some time to get it right. In this post I give a complete example of how I replaced standard Mule functionality (a … Continue reading

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Testing a secured Mule ESB Web Service Proxy with SoapUI

A few weeks ago I received a mail with a request to look into an issue of which I was pretty sure I had solved it before. Since I couldn’t find how I did it back then I decided to … Continue reading

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Unit test your Spring/Hibernate and MongoDB setup

In my previous post I described how you can setup Spring and Hibernate in combination with the MongoDB. In this post I show you how you can write your unit test for this setup including a workaround for the fact … Continue reading

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Use Spring and Hibernate with MongoDB

One of the requirements we have for one of our Mule ESB implementations is to log the messages that went through the ESB (especially handy during development and testing). There has been written a lot already about logging with Mule … Continue reading

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Citrus testcase example: CSV File Inbound -> Xml Http Outbound

As promised I’m going to show a test case for which I have used Citrus to implement it. The case is like this: In a predefined folder on a machine a character-separated file is placed. This file is picked up … Continue reading

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Combining ActiveMQ, Tomcat and Mule ESB

This post describes how we managed to use standalone ActiveMQ (v5.2.0) as JNDI datasource in our Mule ESB application deployed in Apache Tomcat(v6.0). If you are still with me after reading this first line then I may assume you know … Continue reading

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