Showing posts from December, 2008

How to plug service hosting components in to WSO2 ESB

With the revolutionary WSO2 carbon framework , plugging in service hosting components in to WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is just a matter of seconds! It is extremely simple. WSO2 ESB is an message mediation framework and the service endpoints usually hosted in a separate JVM. However there may be requirements to host the services inside ESB. There are different types of services you can deploy in a service container. Axis2 web services Pojo services EJB services Data services Spring web services Axis1 services JaxWS services Now, you can add any of these service hosting components in to your ESB. Lets see how it can be done. 1. Download WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) -2.0 beta2 2. Extract the downloaded zip 3. Go to the bin directory in the extracted folder (ESB_HOME/bin) and run or wso2server.bat 4. Point you browser to the URL https://localhost:9443/carbon and login as an admin (Use "admin", "admin" as the username and password) 5. Supp

New look of WSO2 WSAS SOAP Message Tracer

Soap Tracer may not be a strange tool if you are familiar with WSO2 Web Services application server (WSAS) . However, you will notice a new look and improved graphical representation of SOAP messages in Soap Tracer shipped with WSAS 3.0. You will experience the difference with the newly released WSAS-3.0-beta1 - Download and unzip the binary distribution - Log in to management console with user name and password, admin/admin - Select Soap Message Tracer in the left menu - Change the status to ON - Invoke a service (Simply run tryit with the default HelloService) - Go back to Soap Message Tracer and see the request and soap messages

Fast Reliable Integration with WSO2 Carbon

I was out of blogging for few weeks due to the extremely busy schedule of WSO2's next revolutionary product suite, Carbon . Samisa has explained the summarized view of Carbon in his post, Carbon in Pictures . With Carbon, you will get the features of fully fledged SOA platform. You will plug in Service hosting components in to ESB with minimum effort. There are much more.. Stay tuned.. This blog will be updated with a lot of helpful materials once Carbon is out.