Open ESB Partner Ecosystem: Videos on using SOAPUI with Open ESB, NetBeans, and GlassFish

 Eviware SoapUi LogoEviware is an Open ESB partner. Their popular Web Service testing tool  SoapUI (which has both a FREE version and a Pro version), is integrated with NetBeans - the design-time environment of choice for Open ESB. The SoapUI NetBeans plugin is bundled as an add-on with the Open ESB Installer which is freely downloadable from the Open ESB download site.

 

Eviware's Ole Matzura has created a series of videos demonstrating how SoapUI can be used to test Open ESB and JAX-WS deployments using SoapUI, NetBeans 6.0 (M9), Open ESB 2.0, and GlassFish.  

  • The first video demonstrates how to create a simple WSDL using NetBeans, implement and deploy that WSDL with a BPEL process to the Open ESB runtime, and finally test the deployed process with the soapUI module.
  • The second video demonstrates how to create a simple WSDL using NetBeans, create a Mock Implementation of that WSDL with the soapUI module, create a java application client that calls the Mock Implementation, and then finally how to implement the WSDL with a BPEL process using NetBeans.
  • The third video demonstrates how to create a simple JAX-WS Web Service using NetBeans and deploy/test it with the soapUI module.

 

You can view these demonstration videos hosted on the SoapUI website from here.

 

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