This article by Erlend Dalen, explains how you can use .NET classes in AX with the Common Language Runtime and how you can write .NET code that uses AX classes by using the .NET Business Connector for AX.
The topics covered in this article are:
- A brief description of Common Language Runtime (CLR)
- Adding .NET references to classes in AX
- Using a .NET class in X++
- Adding references to the .NET Business Connector
- Using the .NET Business Connector in .NET classes
In this article by Matjaz B. Juric and Kapil Pant, we will cover some important topics that discuss how to monitor an organization's processes.
In this article, we will see:
- What is BAM?
- BPM, SOA, and BAM
- Oracle BAM
- Oracle BAM and BPM
Read Introducing Business Activity Monitoring in full
This article by Matjaz B. Juric and Kapil Pant, covers process orchestration and execution using process engines such as Oracle's BPEL Process Manager.
In this article we will learn:
- BPM Architecture and Role of Business Process Orchestration
- Executing BPEL Processes in BPEL Process Manager
Read Business Process Orchestration for SOA in full
This article by Matjaz B. Juric and Kapil Pant, will discuss the details of Business Rules Management from the perspective of its relationship with BPM and SOA, and how it adds value to a business.Read Business Rules Management, BPM, and SOA in full
In this article by Jose Sandoval, we will move into the world of design for fully complaint RESTul web services. We usually talk about creating web services that are noun dependent as opposed to verb dependent. In this article we will look at what that means in terms of the design process by designing a blogging application.Read RESTful Java Web Services Design in full
In this article by Jose Sandoval, we implement the web service requirements we outlined in the previous article on RESTful Web Services Design, with the RESTEasy framework. RESTEasy is not only a RESTful framework, but is also JBoss's umbrella project that provides other frameworks to build RESTful web services. As part of the REST facilities, RESTEasy fully implements the JAX-RS specification. Subsequently, we only look at how we use RESTEasy to implement RESTful web services. At the time of this writing, the released version is 1.1GA.Read RESTful Web Service Implementation with RESTEasy in full
REST (REpresentational State Transfer) is an architecture for distributed hypermedia systems. The World Wide Web is possibly the best known implementation of this architecture style. The term "REST" was coined and described by a dissertation written by Roy Fielding in 2000. This article by Nicholas Floyd covers the architecture which contains four basic constructs that address common concerns such as: scalability, generalized interfaces and resources, and patternized approaches for manipulation of resources.Read Developing a REST based Web Service in full