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Ronny Bräunlich
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Gatling-JDBC on Maven Central
Some time ago I wrote a blog post  on the codecentric blog about how to extend Gatling. As accompanying code example I created a small library on GitHub: Gatling-JDBC Finally, after keeping the library untouched for several months, I performed the necessary...
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Gatling Load Testing Part 2 - Extending Gatling
Although the blog post has been published already some time ago, I would like to point out to the second article related to Gatling Load Testing. Again, published here , in the codecentric blog. You can find the related project on GitHub .
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Dynamic Validation with Spring Boot Validation
After it has been quite for a while, I have written a new blog post about dynamic validation with Spring Boot validation. The post has been published on the codecentric blog. You can find it here . Enjoy it!
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Gatling Load Testing Part 1 – Using Gatling
This time, it’s not the usual blog entry. I want to point out that my blog post about Gatling load testing has been published on my employer’s blog. If you want to read it you can find it here . Feel free to make comments!
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camunda BPM platform OSGi 2.0.0 released
It has been a while since we had the last release of camunda BPM platform OSGi that included some new features and I am glad to be able to announce the new major version today. The new version includes one new feature,some dependency adjustments and a restr...
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Extension/Service/Plugin mechanisms in Java
Since I started to deep dive into OSGi I was wondering more and more how frameworks that have some way of extension mechanism, e.g. Apache Camel where you can define your own endpoint or the Eclipse IDE with its plugins, handle finding and instantiating ext...
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camunda BPM Platform OSGi 1.2.0 released
Today (actually secretly last week ;) ) we released camunda BPM platform OSGi 1.2.0.
The release only contains a version adjustment to camunda BPM platform 7.3.
So if you want to upgrade your version of camunda BPM platform, you can now enjoy the OSGi exte...
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Extension/Service/Plugin mechanisms in Java
Since I started to deep dive into OSGi I was wondering more and more how frameworks that have some way of extension mechanism, e.g. Apache Camel where you can define your own endpoint or the Eclipse IDE with its plugins, handle finding and instantiating ext...
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Extension/Service/Plugin mechanisms in Java
Since I started to deep dive into OSGi I was wondering more and more how frameworks that have some way of extension mechanism, e.g. Apache Camel where you can define your own endpoint or the Eclipse IDE with its plugins, handle finding and instantiating ext...
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What can capabilities do for your processes?
Before we release camunda BPM OSGi 2.0 I want to do a little bit more of advertisement for it and show what is possible with the new version. One change in the new version will be, that it depends on OSGi 4.3 and no longer 4.2. One change, besides the fact ...
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