Java 7 update “silently” deletes Java 6, breaks applications

Software updates shouldn’t do unexpected things. They particularly shouldn’t remove software other than what they’re ostensibly updating, and they shouldn’t break running applications. It’s even worse when this all happens automatically and without warning. The other day, one of our customers, an ISV that uses JNBridgePro in one of their applications that includes both Java […]

Follow-up to the Java update post

We had a great response to our recent post on Oracle’s new Java 7 auto-updates, their silent removal of Java 6, and the problems that can cause. We had coverage in The Register, InfoQ, and DZone. The Register article in particular had a great comment thread, and I urge you to check it out. At […]

Announcing JNBridgePro 7.0

Today we’re excited to announce JNBridgePro 7.0, with two new major features: support for Mono, and the elimination of “bitness” issues. These improvements will enable users to expand the reach of their applications, and simplify the development and deployment process. JNBridgePro 7.0 can now run on Mono One of the most common questions about JNBridgePro […]

Building an Excel add-in for HBase MapReduce

This latest project from JNBridge Labs investigates building an Excel add-in for Hadoop HBase, which will allow you to view HBase tables and execute MapReduce jobs.

JNBridge JMS Adapter for BizTalk Server supports BTS 2013

Microsoft has released BizTalk Server 2013, and the good news for users of our JMS adapter for BizTalk Server is that it already works with the new BTS release. Simply install and configure the adapter in exactly the same way as you did with earlier versions of BizTalk Server.  It just works!