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Hi,

I don't know who would be the best person to direct this to, but I am now ready to start converting some proof of concept programs into components for OpenESB,  these will deal principally with Health Care integration and I would value some guidance on the preferred build environment,  I intend to setup vm's for building and testing, but is there a preferred environment ( OS, 32/64 bit ), what is used by the OpenESB team?

Kindest Regards
David M Blackburn.
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Hi David,

    So you need an advice about the team or if you have some specific OpenESB task? if so what is your main requirements/tech problem?

Yasir


On Sun, May 26, 2019 at 10:15 AM DAVID BLACKBURN via User <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I don't know who would be the best person to direct this to, but I am now ready to start converting some proof of concept programs into components for OpenESB,  these will deal principally with Health Care integration and I would value some guidance on the preferred build environment,  I intend to setup vm's for building and testing, but is there a preferred environment ( OS, 32/64 bit ), what is used by the OpenESB team?

Kindest Regards
David M Blackburn.
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Re: Preferred build environment

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Hi Yasir,

I have been using OpenESB for some time now, ever since Oracle dropped it, before that I used JavaCAPS.

I have a number of programs that have been running as external modules using JMS as glue into OpenESB,  I am now at the stage where I would like to re-build these modules as components for OpenESB, they are all Health Care related modules to enable specific solutions for vendors systems, making it easier for Hospitals to implement solutions around specific systems.

The question was around what is the preferred build environment for building and testing OpenESB components.

Rgds
David M Blackburn

On Sunday, 26 May 2019, 10:18:14 BST, Yasir Karam via User <[hidden email]> wrote:


Hi David,

    So you need an advice about the team or if you have some specific OpenESB task? if so what is your main requirements/tech problem?

Yasir


On Sun, May 26, 2019 at 10:15 AM DAVID BLACKBURN via User <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I don't know who would be the best person to direct this to, but I am now ready to start converting some proof of concept programs into components for OpenESB,  these will deal principally with Health Care integration and I would value some guidance on the preferred build environment,  I intend to setup vm's for building and testing, but is there a preferred environment ( OS, 32/64 bit ), what is used by the OpenESB team?

Kindest Regards
David M Blackburn.
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Re: Preferred build environment

Paul Perez
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Hello David

First of all thank you for your interest on OpenESB.
If you want to develop additional features to OpenESB, you need the
classical tools used for Java developments.
Git: to import and export your code  from the bitbucket server.
Maven: to build the code.
Java IDE such as Netbeans, Eclipse or intellij. (if you need to design a GUI
and improve the OpenESB Studio,  you must use Netbeans.
Please use a recent Java 1.8 64 bits. (>151).
Then you can use any OS to develop. May be a Linux will be a bit more
accurate than a Windows. (I develop on Windows)
Then have a look on the OpenESB website to find source code url.

Please feel free to contact me directly for further details.

Best regards

Paul




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