Author Archives: Rahul Bakale

Key notes on the REST architectural style

In the year 2000, Roy Fielding published his doctoral dissertation on the REST architectural style. I am studying REST to evaluate its suitability for enterprise applications in telecommunication billing software domain. Following are some key notes that I excerpted from Roy Fielding’s dissertation. … Continue reading

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WebSphere 8.5: How to install or update applications by adding them to a monitored directory

This post describes how to install or update an application in a WebSphere 8.5 stand-alone server by adding the application package to a monitored directory. Use the admin console to enable deployment via monitored directory. Console > Applications > Global … Continue reading

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Symbolic links can impair the speed of listing files

In this post I demonstrate that symbolic links can impair the speed of listing files. I also show that use of multiple threads can improve the speed.

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How to configure heap size for WebSphere application server

This post describes some ways to configure the heap size for WebSphere application server.

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Configure WebLogic application server to shutdown itself if fatal errors are detected while handling application lifecycle events

This article explains how to configure the WebLogic application server to shutdown itself if fatal errors are detected while handling application lifecycle events.

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How to attach WS-Policy for Username token validation to a JAX-WS web service in a WebLogic application server

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How to customize the ‘which’ command of Cygwin to display paths in Windows’ style

This post explains how to customize the which command in Cygwin to print Windows-style paths.

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