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Using a WAR module as dependency in Maven

Today I created a Maven module which holds our integration tests. The disadvantage when holding these tests in your ‘normal’ Maven modules is that the tests are fired every time the module is built (by you or your continuous integration … Continue reading

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Side-effects of using Maven3

After attending to Jason van Zyl’s session about Maven3 we decided to start using Maven 3 instead of the 2.2 we were using. Since it is fully backward compatible we made it run without making a change to our pom’s. … Continue reading

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Combining Smooks with Mule

For a new interface that we have to implement we have to transfrom a file with ‘character separated values’ to a XML message. One way to obtain this transformation is by using Smooks. Smooks is an extensible framework for building … Continue reading

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Dynamic Routing in Mule

I needed Mule to determine the outbound endpoint based on the content of properties in my custom XML message. Although this might look as common functionality I couldn’t find a complete example for this on the net. This one was … Continue reading

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Combining Mule with a BPEL Engine

In my current project we are going to need a BPEL engine besides our Mule CE implementation. Actually, we will use Mule for our stateless communication between systems and use BPEL for the stateful processes. One of the possible frameworks … Continue reading

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Deploying with Maven2 to a remote JBoss instance

Some time ago I already explained how you could use Maven and the jboss-plugin to deploy your war or ear to your JBoss server. Now this works fine as long as your JBoss is a local installation running on the … Continue reading

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Create your own Maven2 Archetype

Although I am using Maven for quite some time now over the last years I have never had the need to create my own archetype. Untill my current project. And luckily this is greatly simplified in Maven2.2. The first thing … Continue reading

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XSL Transformations with Maven

In my last post I told about the XSLT processing that I have to do to get the XSD as I wanted it to be. Unfortunately there is not just one XSD that has to be processed but there are … Continue reading

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EJB3 with JBoss5 and Maven2 (part 3)

As I promised here this is the last part about using Maven2 to build, test and deploy an EJB3 application to JBoss5. In part 2 I showed how you can build and deploy your EJB3 application in JBoss. In this … Continue reading

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EJB3 with JBoss5 and Maven2 (part 2)

As I stated here I see three levels of using Maven2 to build and deploy your EJB3 application with JBoss5 as application server. The minimal use of Maven I have described here, in this post I will extend the role … Continue reading

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