AQUALOGIC SERVICE BUS TUTORIAL PDF

It is targeted for service-oriented integration, managing Web Services, and providing traditional message brokering across heterogeneous IT environments. AquaLogic Service Bus manages the routing and transformation of messages in an enterprise system to promote seamless application integration. The AquaLogic Service Bus Console enables you to configure a proxy service specific to your needs and to manage your Web services by controlling the service and policy configurations and by monitoring system and operations tasks. The following figure illustrates the intermediary function of AquaLogic Service Bus, and shows the servers on which it relies. It is used to resolve differences in requirements between business services and service clients. The basic concepts underlying AquaLogic Service Bus are described in this section.

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On Windows systems, invoke startWebLogic. A server command console window, which shows status information about Weblogic Server is displayed. Note: If you created a production mode domain, you are required to enter a valid username and password to start the server.

After the server is started, you must run a build script to: Build and deploy the Web services Create a Java client to test the Web services Exercise the Java client using ant run To Build and Deploy the Business Services In the command window, ensure that you have run the setenv script, as described in To Run the setEnv Script. The following steps describe how to build and run each of the business services. Change to the normal directory: cd normal.

To deploy the Web service, enter ant, then press Enter. A message indicating whether the command was successfully executed is displayed on the console. To test the deployed Web service, Enter ant run then press Enter. A message from the business service is output to the command line.

The message indicates whether the Web service was run successfully. Enter the username and password you specified when you created the AquaLogic Service Bus domain. Where to Go from Here After you complete the steps required to set up the tutorials, you are ready to proceed to Tutorial 1. Each of the tutorials includes instructions for designing and configuring the AquaLogic Service Bus resources, followed by test sections that you can use to test the configurations you complete.

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On Windows systems, invoke startWebLogic. A server command console window, which shows status information about Weblogic Server is displayed. Note: If you created a production mode domain, you are required to enter a valid username and password to start the server. After the server is started, you must run a build script to: Build and deploy the Web services Create a Java client to test the Web services Exercise the Java client using ant run To Build and Deploy the Business Services In the command window, ensure that you have run the setenv script, as described in To Run the setEnv Script. The following steps describe how to build and run each of the business services.

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Gajin The Project Explorer pane is opened in the navigation panel and a project page is displayed in the console. Each pipeline is a sequence of stages containing actions. The default configuration consists of a start node and an echo node. You can do so using the XQuery Expression Editor. Configuring the routing behavior includes:. Select the circle icon associated with the Amount element to use in the expression, tuyorial drag the amount element to the XQuery Edit Expression text box.

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