SSO between BEA WebLogic Server and SAP Enterprise Portal (Web Dynpro) using Web services

You’re looking for a way to consume Web services in SAP NetWeaver 2004s (and SAP Composition Environment aka NetWeaver 7.1) from BEA WebLogic Server 8.1 (and newer versions) using Single Sign On (SSO)? You may have figured out already that SAML is not an option here because the SAP side is just a SAML consumer […]

GPS Geotagging with my Nikon D80

Geotagging photos is becoming more and more popular since photosharing websites like Flickr, Picasa Web Albums and others support close integration of geotagged EXIF information. Added 2008-7-13: See here for a complete geotagging workflow on the Mac! Manual geotagging is a slow and boring process – provided you remember the locations the photos were taken […]

SSO with SAP Logon Tickets and Java

To validate/verify a SAP Logon Ticket in a non-SAP Java environment you have to call into native libraries. Fortunately there’s some Java sample code provided in the SAPSSOEXT library archive. Go to service.sap.com (you need a valid user and download permissions) -> Download -> Support Packages and Patches -> Entry by Application Group -> Additional […]

Jailbreak/Activate IPSF 1.1.3 iPhone with 04.03.13_G

The 1.1.3 soft-upgrade is called a soft-upgrade because it won’t update your baseband firmware to the 1.1.3 software level (04.03.13_G). This was necessary because as of today there’s no anySIM hack for the new baseband. Added 2008-2-23: You don’t need Singal.app if you run anySIM 1.1.3 on your IPSF iPhone. I just tested it today […]

Setting up a Linux UT3 game server

While the installation of the Linux binary for the Unreal Tournament 3 Server is dead simple, some very brave game server administrators apparently chose to run the server with root permissions because there’s no useful server start script. This usually is an exceptionally bad idea for everything that opens ports on an Internet server. Here’s […]

QName problem with BEA WebLogic Server (WLS) 8.1

One day I was looking for a fast and easy to use Java webservice implementation. I found XFire, the next gen java SOAP framework which is based on a low memory StAX model. There’s a FAQ on the XFire website about how to run XFire in a WebLogic environment. XFire requires a newer version of […]