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WID 6.2 is uninstalled. Long live WID 7.0

I wish I could move up to the latest version of IBM WebSphere Integration Developer (WID), which has changed its name to IBM Integration Designer in IBM Business Process Manager 7.5 Advanced. I’ll have to wait a little bit longer as one of my job assignments is to support clients and business partners who happen […]

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I’m finally a IBM Certified Solution Developer – WebSphere Integration Developer V6.2

I’m so glad I can finally announce it! Yesterday I passed Test 000-379: IBM WebSphere Integration Developer V6.2, Solution Development and am now a happy IBM Certified Solution Developer – WebSphere Integration Developer V6.2. The result is not something I’m very proud of – just 65%, but it was enough to pass the exam which […]

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Certify about WID 6.2 (the past) to understand 7.0 and Integration Designer 7.5

I think it’s over 2 years now when I first thought about passing the Test 000-379: IBM WebSphere Integration Developer V6.2, Solution Development. To be honest, it all began with the version 6.1.2, which I hardly believe is heavily used in the wild. Enterprises have already upgraded to 6.2, 7.0 or are considering IBM Business […]

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Argh! WID 7.0.0.401 update doesn’t like my instalation

It’s not the first time when I’m facing issues with updating IBM WebSphere Integration Developer. I’m still at 7.0 level as I still believe I can ultimately pass Test 000-379: IBM WebSphere Integration Developer V6.2, Solution Development. I wish I’d pass it long time ago. I’ve WID 7.0.0.4 installed and noticed Version 7.0.0.401 is available. […]

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WID7’s inconsistency in New Folder… wizard upon generating implementation

I enjoy finding out about these little inconsistencies which often make using a software quite a fun. It’s the kind of Easter egg that you might stumble upon in many open and commercial software. There have once been many, but seems they’re gradually disappearing – is it because developers don’t find it amusing and/or worth […]

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Do not delete saved files in IBM Installation Manager

I barely remember having read about an issue with deleting saved files in IBM Installation Manager and it recently bit me – I stupidly disregarded the warning, although I had known it might hurt. Once burnt, twice shy – isn’t it how the saying goes? For IBM WebSphere BPM product family, including IBM WebSphere Integration […]

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EJB import binding surprises in IBM WebSphere Integration Developer V7

While preparing for Test 000-379: IBM WebSphere Integration Developer V6.2, Solution Development I run across an interesting finding – generating an interface in a Library (in Business Integration perspective) will *always* create a WSDL portType. It turned out that every interface in a Library can only be a WSDL portType and no Java EE projects […]

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Suppress join failure in WS-BPEL 2.0 with WebSphere Integration Developer V7

While preparing for the IBM Certified Solution Developer – WebSphere Integration Developer V6.2 certification I came across an area I’ve lately been getting into – the parallel activity. I described its main points in Running activities concurrently with flow (parallel) activity in WS-BPEL 2.0 on my blog. There’s been one thing I truly missed while […]

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Running activities concurrently with flow (parallel) activity in WS-BPEL 2.0

I delved into the IBM WebSphere Integration Developer V7 Information Center (InfoCenter) to read up about the parallel activity. The parallel activity is a structured activity so you can nest other activities – their collection – in a business process flow to have them run in parallel, concurrently. What made me think it’s more complicated […]

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ClassCastException when Untyped Component with Java interface gets its non-Java implementation

While reading about Service Component Architecture (SCA) interfaces in Interfaces of the WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, Version 7.0 information center, I came across the following paragraph: All components have interfaces of the WSDL type. Only Java components support Java-type interfaces. If a component, import or export, has more than one interface, all interfaces must be […]

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