Month: August 2014

MDC logging with Apache Karaf and Camel

MDC (Mapped Diagnostic Context) logging is an interesting feature to log contextual messages. It’s classic to want to log contextual messages in your application. For instance, we want to log the actions performed by an user (identified by…

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Testing (utest and itest) Apache Camel Blueprint route

In any integration project, testing is vital for multiple reasons: to guarantee that the integration logic matches the expectations to quickly identify some regression issues to test some special cases, like the errors for instance to validate the…

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Apache JMeter to test Apache ActiveMQ on CI with Maven/Jenkins

Apache JMeter is a great tool for testing, especially performance testing. It provides a lot of samplers that you can use to test your web services, web applications, etc. It also includes a couple of samplers for JMS…

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Webex on Ubuntu 14.04

Webex is a great tool but unfortunately, it doesn’t work “out of the box” on Ubuntu 14.04 (and also with previous Ubuntu releases). For instance, the webex applet starts but it doesn’t refresh correctly, or the share of…

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Apache Syncope backend with Apache Karaf

Apache Syncope is an identity manager (IdM). It comes with a web console where you can manage users, attributes, roles, etc. It also comes with a REST API allowing to integrate with other applications. By default, Syncope has…

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