Friday Mar 13, 2009

Open ESB Tip: WLM SE TaskCommon.wsdl SoapUI Project

As a quick extension to my previous blog entries based around the Open ESB WLM SE and interfacing using your own IDE. In my examples Visual Web Pack and ICEFaces I have created a bare bones SoapUI Project that is based on the TaskCommon.wsdl. If you download this and tweak the URLs then you will be able to quickly test your deployments.


If you downloaded the WLM SE Component installer on or after the 9th March 2009 you will notice that the TaskCommon.wsdl has been changed from a concrete implementation to an abstract implementation and hence you will not be able use it directly without modifying the Composite Applications Service Assembly.

To allow remote access you will need to connect the TaskCommonPort to a SOAP BC as below and configure it as follows:
  • Name : TaskCommonPort
  • Binding : TaskCommonBinding
  • soap:address : http://localhost:${HttpDefaultPort}/wfse/TaskCommon


TaskCommon Config


Once configured you will be able to connect the SOAP UI Project.

Thursday Mar 12, 2009

Open ESB Tip : Developing the WLM SE Worklist Manager Interface using IceFaces

The WLM SE provides a simple Web based Worklist Manager that allows users to review, Checkout and Complete Tasks assigned to them. This is a very basic interface and in unlikely, although it can be modified, to provide exactly what you want. Given that most users would like their own Company specific interface linking in with their portal and access control system they  may well need to write their own interface.

This blog will take you through implementing a ICEFaces interface to the WLM SE processes. By its nature I intend to make this a simplistic implementation but hopefully show how it can be done. In my previous blog I will repeated the process using the Visual Web Pack interface.[Read More]

Wednesday Mar 11, 2009

Open ESB Tip : Developing the WLM SE Worklist Manager Interface using Visual Web Pack

The WLM SE provides a simple Web based Worklist Manager that allows users to review, Checkout and Complete Tasks assigned to them. This is a very basic interface and in unlikely, although it can be modified, to provide exactly what you want. Given that most users would like their own Company specific interface linking in with their portal and access control system they  may well need to write their own interface.

This blog will take you through implementing a Visual Web Pack interface to the WLM SE processes. By its nature I intend to make this a simplistic implementation but hopefully show how it can be done. In my next blog I will repeat the process using the IceFaces interface.[Read More]

Friday Feb 13, 2009

Open ESB Tip : Implementing a Vendor Relationship Management Portal (Part 3)

In the final part of my "Vendor Relationship Management Portal" (VRMP) implementation trail I will implement the Vendor Workflow using just the functionality available in the Open ESB (GlassFish ESB) product. This uses the Open ESB BPEL 2.0 JBI Based functionality and the Worklist Manager Service Engine (WLM SE). Previously I have blogged about Java CAPS 6 WLM functionality and how to link BPEL with this traditional Java CAPS functionality; see:
Within those entries I discussed the Part 3 entry that would be the same project implemented using pure Open ESB and the WLM SE. Therefore this blog entry is the first in the Sub-Thread associated with building the VRMP using only Open ESB.[Read More]

Monday Feb 09, 2009

Open ESB Tip : Configuring WLM SE to use OpenDS

Moving on from the traditional Java CAPS Work List Manager functionality Open ESB, and hence JBI, are providing a replacement Work List Manager Service Engine in the WLM SE. Previously I have blogged about Java CAPS 6 WLM functionality and how to link BPEL with this traditional Java CAPS functionality; see:
Within those entries I discussed the Part 3 entry that would be the same project implemented using pure Open ESB and the WLM SE. Therefore this blog entry is the first in the Sub-Thread associated with building the VRMP using only Open ESB.[Read More]
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