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Red Hat Developer Newsletter - January 2015

Red Hat Developer Newsletter – January 2015

Welcome to the Red Hat® Developer Newsletter.

Happy New Year from Red Hat.

As we ring in the birth of the new year, those of us at Red Hat are really looking forward to all that is coming in 2015. 936 more words

OpenShift

January in JBoss

We just started this year and a lot has happened already. From now on, I will summarize the monthly happenings in JBoss to catch in one place. 342 more words

OpenShift

Uberfire Framework @ GWT Create 2015 US/EU

#GWTCreate 2015 is over now and Uberfire & Errai were part of it in both the US (San Francisco) and EU (Munich).  You can take a look at the slides here: 36 more words

Java

Remote Debug on Fuse Fabric Container

When you create a container in fabric you can specify which options should be passed to the container. This way you can set the amount of memory for instance, but you can also specify that the container should start in debug modus. 157 more words

Container

Increase the default process variable size in jBPM

Please note that this article assumes that you have configured MySQL for persistence for jBPM. A simple tutorial to do so can be found here…

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Java

Incomplete Deployment listing: MBeans waiting for other MBeans: ObjectName: jboss.ejb:service=EJBTimerService,persistencePolicy=database

Incomplete Deployment listing:
MBeans waiting for other MBeans:
ObjectName: jboss.ejb:service=EJBTimerService,persistencePolicy=database
state: CONFIGURED
I Depend On:  jboss.jca:service=DataSourceBinding,name=DefaultDS

Depends On Me:
ObjectName: jboss.mq:service=InvocationLayer,type=HTTP
state: CONFIGURED
I Depend On:  jboss.mq:service=Invoker… 95 more words

Jboss

Changing application demands: What developers need to know

This is a short heads-up about an upcoming, free webinar which discusses the influence of the growing demands for hyper-connected, internet-driven economy where users expect speedy delivery of new features, highly engaging personalized user experiences, and smooth, streamlined performance on today’s application architecture and design. 121 more words

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