Recently, I’ve been working with Swagger to document my team’s APIs, and had a mysterious entry popup (default/entity). It looks something like this: I threw some tracing into action: (io.swagger.*=ALL:*=INFO) [6/7/16 7:51:24:912 EDT] 00000039 id= io.swagger.jaxrs.utils.ReaderUtils < collectParameters Exit  [6/7/16 7:51:24:912 EDT] 00000039 id= io.swagger.jaxrs.utils.ReaderUtils < collectFieldParameters Exit  [6/7/16 7:51:24:912 EDT] 00000039 id= […]
I’ve been building a Maven Project that uses some jar files which are not in Maven Central (or any repository). I ran across this article – Local Maven Dependencies. I found it very helpful. Simply, do the following: create a directory (d:/folder/repo) Run a maven deploy to url (it’ll create the repository details based on […]
To setup ODBC bridge from IBM Integration Broker to DB2, download and install the ODBC bridge from the IBM Data Server Runtime Clients. It’s a 1.3 G download, and you only need about a 40M file for your system. The installation is straight foward. Be prepared to click Next, and Finish. Setup the ODBC bridge […]
I have been working IBM Integration Broker 10.0.0.4. I found it hard to find concise documentation (read as fast) on setting up/creating a new provider mqsicreateconfigurableservice TESTNODE_cheetah -c JDBCProviders -o DB2Two -n connectionUrlFormat -v “jdbc:db2://[serverName]:[portNumber]/[databaseName]:user=[user];password=[password];” mqsisetdbparms TESTNODE_cheetah -n jdbc::employeeIdentity -u db2admin -p passw0rd1940! mqsichangeproperties TESTNODE_cheetah -c JDBCProviders -o DB2Two -n securityIdentity -v employeeIdentity mqsichangeproperties TESTNODE_cheetah […]
Here are some tips for Maven Java Projects in Eclipse. #1 If you pom.xml is missing maven-compiler-plugin, Eclipse (when you do Maven > Update Project), defaults the compiler level for the project to 1.5. <plugin> <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId> <artifactId>maven-compiler-plugin</artifactId> <version>2.0.2</version> <configuration> <source>1.7</source> <target>1.7</target> </configuration> </plugin> Now, it gets even more tricky… if your project has defined features […]
One of my projects with IBM Connections Cloud has produced a document which I hope helps you understand IBM Connections Cloud and OAuth – Understanding OAuth 2.0. I was the primary author collaborating with Elizabeth Bowling and Miguel Estrada to build the document. Good Luck!