TIBCO Archives - InterWorks

TIBCO Archives - InterWorks

Adding CDATA section to XML element

This post explains the process of adding CDATA section to an XML element using the RenderXML activity in BW6. The Tibco BW documentation (RenderXML section) contains very basic explanation for achieving this goal, however, I would like to explain the steps required regarding these two cases: having schema with elements defined not as global; having […]

InterWorks’ February Accomplishments

  February is the month when all the holidays have passed, and companies start working at a higher speed and with bigger enthusiasm than the previous year. New commitments are made and everyone is eager to experience the new challenges that the year ahead has to offer. February at InterWorks was full of challenges, lots […]

Mule Framework Monitoring With nJAMS

In one of our latest blogs “TIBCO to Mulesoft framework migration” we explained the successful migration to MuleSoft of our existing TIBCO ESP framework developed for our clients. We have mentioned there that by using this platform, development time was reduced by 30%; accordingly integration expenses are lower, business risks and exposure are reduced, we […]

Dynamic Flow Invocation

Flow reference component is used in Mule flows to send a message to another flow for further processing. When a message reaches a flow reference component in a flow, Mule sends the message to another flow according to the configuration of the flow-ref attributes. A flow reference can route messages to any type of flow […]

TIBCO to Mulesoft framework migration

MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform™ is the world’s leading integration platform for SOA, SaaS, and APIs.  It provides excellent business agility for companies by connecting applications, data, and devices, both on-premises and in the cloud with an API-led approach. Mule ESB, CloudHub iPaaS, API Manager and over 120 SaaS and on premise connectors are the building blocks […]

TIBCO StreamBase

In recent years the Complex Event Processing (CEP) applications market has been moving more and more toward Event Stream Processing (ESP). ESP is focused on processing continuous streams of events (like a stock market feed or IoT sensors data). Working more like a database turned upside down where queries are stored and stream data is […]