Are you wondering if your BPMN 2.0 process models are BPMN 2.0 specification valid? Using this free online tool you can check your BPMN 2.0 model files for well-formedness and validate them towards the BPMN 2.0 schema.
There is also a web service interface available. WSDL of the service can be found at http://www.webratio.com/bpmnValidation/wsdl.do.
WebSphere Process Server caches information from external people directory such as LDAP. When you use such a directory, changes to it are not reflected immediately in the Process Server. Process Server cache can be refreshed manually (e.g. for development and urgent purposes) or automatically (e.g. for regular operation). (more…)
Last week we have talked about Increasing the JVM heap size in WAS7. We have identified some problems that may arise from too small heap size for our server. Same thing can occur in our development tools based on Eclipse such as WebSphere Integration Developer.
Intensive use of WAS7 often slows down the server because of too often garbage collection. Most frequently this situation arises when WAS profile is augmented with at least two products, i.e. WPS and Monitor or WPS and Fabric. This situation can be avoided by increasing the JVM heap size. JVM heap size can be increased through administrative console or by using scripting. (more…)
IBM published video statements on experience with IBM Software. Representatives of our Centre shared our experience in two video interviews:
- IBM Software creates industry solutions to run a Smart Business
- You need Smarter Software to build a Smarter Planet
Cloud services are accessible from anywhere where Internet connection exists. However, they can be accessed even faster than you might think.
Let us take Google Translate for example. We are doing much research and are making publications so we often need to translate something from a foreign language to Slovenian and back. You know, when you know that you know the word but just can’t remember it that instance … In this case we have to surf to http://translate.google.com, select target language (sometimes even source language if automatically detected one is not correct), enter text and thanks to AJAX we do not have to press the Translate button. Could we do it even faster?
Yes, we can.