GlassfishESB Introduction Tutorial

With the release of GlassfishESB just around the corner, I've updated the original OpenESB Introduction Tutorial based on the new tooling.

The GlassfishESB Introduction Tutorial also adds a fifth installment which shows how to persist data to a database using the Database Binding Component.

  • the process orchestration is implemented in BPEL
  • the process is exposed to Applicants as a WS-I Basic Profile compliant webservice
  • the process invokes a JavaEE EJB without making an over-the-wire webservice call.
  • after processing, the process invokes a ReportMail Service which is exposed via JMS
  • the Loan Application Process is then invoked through the file systems (e.g., incoming ftp msg) in addition to the webservice endpoint.
  • finally, the tutorial shows how BPEL can be used to persist data in a database - for those times when it makes sense to expose database operations at the service level.

If you would like to understand more about what is happening under the covers you can also check out the Introduction Screencast which manually walks through the example and shows how the Java Business Integration run-time provides the loose coupling needed to make everything work together.

Finally, don't forget Mike's introduction screencast which provides a gentle introduction to GlassfishESB.

Comments:

You may notice that this time I use info pop-ups instead of voice narration for the screencasts. Let me know if you think voice narration is a better way to provide the context information for what is happening.

Jason

Posted by Jason Baragry on December 09, 2008 at 07:10 AM CET #

I've updated the original OpenESB Introduction Tutorial based on the new tooling.

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