Category: WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus

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WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus – Mediation Flow Component: No Refactoring for WSDL Faults

I have a solution that I’m working on that involves Mediation Flow Components. Recently, the namespace of a service I consume changed. This service throws two known faults whose namespace also changed. When I modified by Mediation Flow Component to ‘Synchronize Interface/References from component TO implemenation’ it didn’t bother to update the fault terminals. In […]

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Adding JMS or MQ/JMS Custom Header Attributes

If you need to add a custom header to your JMS (default messaging) or MQ/JMS message in WebSphere , you have two options. You can specify it as a custom header on the import component in the assembly diagram, or you can use a Medation Module. You can add the custom header property in the […]

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Introducting the SCA HTTP Binding

From DeveloperWorks, Configuring SCA HTTP binding to enable real-life scenarios You can use HTTP bindings supported by IBM┬« WebSphere┬« Integration Developer Version 6.1 in many common real-life integration scenarios involving Service Component Architecture (SCA) applications. For example, by properly configuring the HTTP bindings you can expose SCA applications as a simple HTTP URL using HTTP […]

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Automatic Build Solution for WebSphere Integration Developer

From Developerworks, Develop an automated build engine for Service Component Architecture applications using WebSphere Integration Developer This article describes how to construct an automated build engine solution for applications developed using IBM WebSphere Integration Developer and maintained using Rational ClearCase as the Software Configuration Management system (SCM). It explains the overall approach used to construct […]

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Make ‘iWay’ for more WebSphere Adapters!

The WebSphere Journal reports that 35 ‘iWay’ adapters will be a part of WebSphere Integration Developer and WebSphere Process Server. The adapters can be used with: * Amdocs * Ariba * Baan * Broadvision * Clarify * Documentum * i2 * Lawson * Manugistics * MFG/PRO * Microsoft * Retek * TIBCO … The custom […]

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What’s new in IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V6.1

Check out the latest features introduced into IBM WebSphere Enterprise
Service Bus V6.1 and its associated tooling, IBM WebSphere Integration Developer.
This article describes the transport protocol binding, data
bindings, and administrative and mediation support. You should have basic
knowledge of the features and functions of previous versions of WebSphere Enterprise
Service Bus to follow along with this article.

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SIBus Explorer

Service Integration Bus Explorer is tool provided by IBM that allows you to browse the queues on your WebSphere Application Service. You can see individual messages, internal queues, clear queue points etc. The path to get this information requires so many clicks, that SIBus Explorer will quickly become an indispensable tool. There is a similar […]

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WebSphere DataPower vs WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus

Yesterday, I blathered on about how great DataPower would be for usage in WebSphere Process Server. Your developer would be able to stay completely inside the Generic Business Object (GBO) data view while leveraging DataPower’s awesome ability to transform efficiently. Very neat indeed. An interesting is scenario where DataPower IS the ESB. No WebSphere Process […]

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How to emit a Common Base Event in Java

A quick tip on how to emit a CBE. I usually put this block of code into a utility java project and add it to my module’s dependency editor so I can emit events in my modules. ECSEmitter emitter = new ECSEmitter(“com/ibm/events/configuration/emitter/Default”, null); // create common base event eventCommonBaseEvent cbe = emitter.createCommonBaseEvent(null); // Work your […]

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Goals

I’m a large supporter of the IBM DeveloperWorks Forums for WebSphere Integration Developer and WebSphere Process Server (including WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus). Having the wealth of experience on this platform that I have, I tend to respond to 75%-80% of the questions. Sometimes, a question appears that sparks my brain with a rant or deserves […]

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