Tito Paiva recently published a tutorial on the developerWorks Recipes site. The tutorial shows how to provide the identity of the end-user of Java EE applications that are running on WebSphere Liberty and calling CICS programs using WebSphere Optimized Local Adapters (WOLA). Here, he summarises the problem that he's addressing in the tutorial.
Includes a new REST connector without reliance on JAX-RS, an exposed VMM SPI in the federated registry, z/OS local adapters messaging with IMS, and a re-designed Deploy Tool in Admin Center.
We've made a change to the Liberty beta that changes some behavior associated with path normalization on values specified using variables.
The Bluemix command-line utility, bluemixUtility, enables you to use IBM Bluemix cloud services in applications that are running on a local Liberty server. This article takes you through the steps to create an instance of a Bluemix service and bind it to a local Liberty server running a sample application that uses the service.
This tutorial demonstrates how easy it is to set up a connection between two instances of WebSphere Liberty using IBM MQ as the messaging service, all running under Docker containers. This is done using Docker Compose which brings up the containers and connects them to one another.
Swagger-based REST API definitions allow services to be easily understood by consumers in a language-neutral way. Use WebSphere Developer Tools to create, edit and deploy your REST API for discovery on the Liberty runtime.
A modern application server for hosting Java EE and OSGi applications during development, test, and production.
- Starts and stops quickly, typically in a few seconds.
- Requires little memory and disk space.
- Simple to configure with an XML file. Include only the capabilities required by your applications.
- Responds dynamically to application updates and server configuration changes.
- Built using IBM technologies and open source software packages from organizations such as Apache, Eclipse, and OW2.