In a case of the worst marketing for an event ever, I just received an email informing me that the Global WebSphere Community is holding an “Ask The Experts” event online from 10am Eastern to 10pm Eastern. You can join the conversation right now. The event is free, you just need to sign up with […]
Looking for a way to manage the interoperability among applications using
different protocols that need to exchange confidential data? Consider combining the
functionality of IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus and IBM WebSphere DataPower
SOA Appliances. Find out how you can get a secure, agile, and extendible solution
with a little effort in terms of code.
This two-part article series shows you how to use SOAP over Java Message Service
(JMS) in IBM WebSphere Process Server and IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus. Learn
how to set up and use SOAP over JMS as configured by default by the IBM
WebSphere Integration Developer tool and how to enable the use of the IBM WebSphere
MQ JMS provider via configuration. In this article, Part 1 of the series, you create and
invoke a Web service using SOAP over JMS and an end-to-end application example, covering
the full process of creating, building, deploying, and testing the applications.
Scenarios covering both point-to-point and publish/subscribe messaging walk you
through the process. In the second article in this series, you’ll
reconfigure a Web service that uses the SOAP over JMS protocol to enable the use of
WebSphere MQ as the JMS provider and allow the transport of SOAP messages via
WebSphere MQ queues.
Draft Redbook, last updated: Wed, 14 May 2008
– Install WebSphere Process Server
– Build topologies based on patterns
– Prepare for deployment
This book provides new users with information on installing and configuring a WebSphere® Process Server and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus runtime environment.
Learn about the changes to the Message Logger mediation primitive in
WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V6.1, and how you can improve the display of logged
messages in V6.1.
IBM provides a variety of self-help tools and other support resources to
help you maintain and troubleshoot systems that are based on WebSphere products. In
addition to these, IBM also provides three levels of Premium Support that can be
customized and added on to your Passport Advantage support agreement. This article
describes the advantages of IBM Software Premium Support and how these additional
services would impact your day-to-day operations. (IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal)
Learn how to use IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances to query information from IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository using the REST API and SOAP API. Reusable stylesheets are provided to serve as standard query components to be used throughout DataPower configurations. Step-by-step examples show how these assets can be used to query WebSphere Service Registry and Repository. (IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal)
The IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances multistep processing policy
system is a key part of appliance configuration. Version 3.6.1 of the firmware
includes a number of enhancements to multistep that provide functionality familiar
to programmers, including loops of actions, conditional execution of actions, and
the ability to execute actions in parallel. Explore how you can combine the new
features in multistep 3 to build an RSS feed aggregator.
Infocenter Documentation on Business Process Versioning WebSphere Process Server Versioning Arricle by Richard G. Brown Just in case you ever get into the scenario where you need to upgrade a business process template that is running on your server. It’s not obvious how it works and it’s an issue you may want to capture at […]
The first question kicked off about the use of BPEL for non-business relevant flows. The answer was that it’s not a good idea in the long-term vision and hard evaluation of Java or BPEL should be performed to ensure it’s the right solution. The lack of a store-and-forward capability in the product was the next […]
Just a quick note that I plan on virtually attending the ESB-CON VI where some people are going to talk about ESB for four hours. This is my first time attending a virtual conference, so I’m interested to see how it all plays out. It starts Today at Noon Eastern Time (ie one minute). It’s […]
My thanks go out to Twitter’s SamLawrence for pointing out what Nike is doing in the Social Community Space and the success they are having. You guys sell apparel, what does an online community have to do with that? For Nike, you are no longer just buying a sneaker. You are joining the largest global […]
I was recently asked about where to find resources on WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Integration Developer in order to pass certification tests 093 and 094. I responded to basically search developerworks for articles along with IBM RedBooks. I didn’t really like responding without concrete links, so I did a little browsing of the site […]
In case you are out of the loop, ROFLCon 2008 is a day long conference out in Boston where they bring together the owners of the current internet meme phenomenons to talk about the state of internet culture. It’s a very interesting topic and I think, relevant to understanding how you can build a community […]
Previously, I talked about what steps I think IBM could take in order to foster an external WebSphere Community with the goal that one day it would become self-sufficient. In the previous posts in the series: I talked about the benefits to IBM I talked about the holding an external conference call for practitioners I […]