Correcting Malformed Data With Fuse+BPMS

The Problem

In many environments, it is common to ingest data as a batch process. This is usually accomplished by polling a directory (or FTP server) for files. The issue is that polling for files is a one-way communication. So if you get a file that you can’t parse (or one that is invalid for any other reason), you have no way of communicating that back to the original sender. How do you handle the error? You likely can’t just drop the data on the floor. That really only leaves one option and that is to correct the data and re-ingest it.

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Fuse Fabric Offline CI/CD

This is a follow-on to the excellent blog post that my colleague Christian Posta wrote on doing CI/CD with Fuse Fabric. In particular, this post will extend upon his write-up by showing how to migrate Fabric8 profiles and Maven artifacts into environments which are disconnected from the development environment.

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Connecting FeedHenry to Fuse REST Quickstart

This guide demonstrates step-by-step how to connect a FeedHenry Hello World application to a JBoss Fuse REST quickstart backend running on Red Hat’s OpenShift Online.

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Getting Started - FeedHenry Hello World

This guide demonstrates step-by-step how to create and run your first FeedHenry Hello World project.

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Getting Started - Fuse REST Quickstart on OpenShift

This guide demonstrates step-by-step how to create a Fuse cluster and deploy one of the quickstart applications using Red Hat’s OpenShift Online infrastructure.

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