Category: WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus

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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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Venting some WebSphere Integration Developer Steam

In the blog Albees Online, Albin Joseph expresses his frustration that he’s stuck using the buggiest IDE in the World (WebSphere Integration Developer). I’m going to include my thoughts below: Most of the times the server wouldn’t change the status to started even if the server is actually started Agreed. There’s something wrong with the […]

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The VETO SOA Pattern

I’ve never been much of a patterns guy. I kind of always have the ability to apply common sense to a system and turn up something that is straight forward and makes sense. Periodically I get asked about what set of patterns I used to decide how a system should behave. To answer this question […]

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SCA, BPEL, Websphere Adapter for JDBC and Transactionality

Consider the following module: We have a Web Service Export connecting to a BPEL process which invokes the WebSphere Adapter for JDBC. The BPEL process has two invocations to insert two rows into the database. I have a business requirement that either both rows get inserted or no rows. Now in the success case, when […]

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Developing integration solutions with WebSphere Process Server relationships

The Relationship Service in IBM WebSphere Process Server is an infrastructure service that is well integrated with other transformation components. It includes a comprehensive administrative interface that you can use to easily implement complex integration scenarios without custom development of cross-referencing logic mixed in with your business logic. This article introduces the capabilities of the WebSphere Process Server Relationship Service, including those new in V6.1, and explains when and how to use these capabilities. (IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal)

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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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Oracle SOA Suite 11g – Hello Competition!

As I’m sure you can tell, I’m very WebSphere focused. I have a hard enough time keeping up with the zillion WebSphere branded products that get released throughout the year. On my random surfing of the internet (tyvm Technorati) , I turned up Oracle’s entry into the world of SOA: Oracle SOA Suite 11g. The […]

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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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Does Commerical Enterprise Software Suck?

In Johannes Brodwall’s Blog, he asks “Why does so much enterprise commercial software suck?”. In it, he mentions that his project migrated off of WebSphere and onto Jetty and regrets that his project didn’t migrate soon. The money quote: But WebSphere is just the most blatant example of software that gives you nothing, gets in […]

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Exploring The Contents of a WID Module Project

You are a developer in WID, you play around in your candy UI all day creating integrations. One day, you switch into the Resource Perspective and you are exposed to files and extensions that you’ve never seen before. What are they? How does it all hang together? Read on! In the root of your module […]

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