If you have to install a msi-installer on a windows 64Bit machine, it is possible that this installer just fail silently. After you enable logging (look at this posting) this is a possible error message:
Few days ago a colleague published an interesting blogpost on jBPM, JPA, and Hibernate. The post was noticed by Tom Baeyens, who until late March 2010 was the project lead for jBPM at JBoss.
Of course JBoss restates their commitment to advancing the jBPM project, but it will be very interesting to see what will come [...]
At QCon London a couple of weeks ago I had a chat with Ross Mason, the founder of Mule – the open source Java ESB. After a while, I realized that NServiceBus is a bit different from Mule ESB in terms of scope.
While Mule has many features in terms of connectivity and integration, NServiceBus provides [...]
Whether you are an elephant or donkey, something we can all agree on is that our health care system is currently not well-integrated from an Information Technology perspective. Health care is filled with expensive data redundancies, outdated and non-timely information, slow processes, and yes even bad and incorrect data.
Did you ever try to install a program on a microsoft windows OS with msi (Microsoft Installer)? This type of installation mostly works, but sometimes the process ends with a dialog: "There was an error .. Please try again" And of course, everyone tries again, but just the same dialog. Ok. Reboot. Same dialog... Hmm - this will not work. If you ask some friends, you get the typical answers: