Monthly Archives: March 2011

Architecture Development

WHY ARE CHANGING THE REQUIREMENTS IN A SOFTWARE PROJECT SO OFTEN?

For several years I have developed even business applications for small, medium and large organizations. Actually, I should have learned a lot about what customers need. But like most software developers I am always surprised about endless changes during the project. You start a new software project but when you are approaching the end your customers have new ideas. Why is that? read more »
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IMIXS WORKFLOW – FINAL RELEASE 2.1.3

After the successful migration of the Imixs Community site on Java.net Imixs finalized the latest release of the Imixs JEE Workflow components 2.1.3 .

Architecture Development

JPA – WORKING WITH GENERIC VALUE OBJECTS

Working with generic value objects and jpa is shown by the implementation of the ImixsEntityService EJB. This service ejb is provided by the Imixs Workflow Project. It can be used to store objects independent from a specific Entity Bean. Also queries with JPQL are possible.
See: http://www.imixs.org/jee/examples/entityservice.html