First8 staat voor vakmanschap. Al onze collega’s zijn een groot aanhanger van Open Source en in het bijzonder het Java-platform. Wij zijn gespecialiseerd in het pragmatisch ontwikkelen van bedrijfskritische Java toepassingen waarbij integratie van systemen, hoge eisen aan beveiliging en veel transacties een belangrijke rol spelen. Op deze pagina vind je onze blogs.

Add a Manage Account link with Keycloak and RedHat-SSO

  In this blog, we will look at how you can easily empower users to manage their own account with Keycloak/RedHat-SSO by providing them with a direct link from within your Spring application. Basically, not much more is required than to add this link to your page or menu:

The address of the KC server is, off course, stored in … Lees verder Add a Manage Account link with Keycloak and RedHat-SSO

Durable Message Driven Beans in WildFly

With Message Driven Beans (MDB’s) your Java application can respond to events send asynchronously. This can go via Queues, which allow your application to process events in parallel, and Topics which can be used to send one event to multiple applications/clients. MDB’s can be annotated to configure which JMS-Topic they should listen to. This is how that can be done:

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JBoss LDAP Authentication

Every environment needs it, you can hardly get around it: User Management. It is always a challenge and a drag at the same time. How much should be stored? How should passwords be stored? Do we need RBAC? Do we need some SSO and with whom? Do we need a (G)UI for management?

Wouldn’t it be great if we could pass this responsibility on. And we can ! In Enterprise-land there is LDAP.