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Our client outsourced their investment product administration to Silica. To get this working, integration and various system changes between Silica, Astute and several in-house systems were imperative. The system was developed for migration of data to the new platform, integration of services, daily imports, fund administration and commission and fee calculation.
Our client provides financial wellness products & services in South Africa including medical aid, retirement annuities, investments & insurance. Our client launched a new insurance plan for the middle market segment, including an improved dashboard and needed a way for customers to know how to improve their status level, and to view partners.

JUnit test post-login code | Websphere Application Server 7+

Published in Java
Wednesday, 18 November 2015 15:20

Let’s talk software development and coding. Quite recently I wrote a WAS 7 utility that needed to access the JEE security Subject (read more on JEE Security) and its private credentials. The project, an auditing tool, accesses the Subject via IBM's WSSubject feature and uses some of its methods.

Tips to make Microservices Architecture a Success

Published in Java
Friday, 25 September 2015 16:12

DVT hosts inaugural Java Forum

Published in Java
Monday, 31 August 2015 10:19

DVT has launched a series of networking events aimed at bringing the South African Java development community closer together.

Coding Tips: Make a JSR 286 Portlet work with AngularJS in WS Portal

Published in Java
Wednesday, 09 September 2015 08:42

In this article I'm going to offer some software coding advice and demonstrate how to create a simple portlet, add angularJS, and make an ajax call to post some JSON to our portlet. We will therefore use our portlet as a simple REST-like service so we can call in to our backend.

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