Web Services Category

Web Service WS-I Compliance Check with SOAPUI

How to check if your Web Service is WS-I compliant. You can use SOAPUI which is an open source tool to test Web Services. Step 1. Import your WSDL file into a new SOAPUI project. Step 2: Right click on your Project Name and select ‘Check WSI Compliance’ Step 3: Download the report created by […]

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Web Services from Stateless Session EJB3 with Websphere Integration Developer

How to create a bottoms-up Websphere with Websphere Integration Developer that is deployed to Websphere Application Server V7. Below is the steps to create an simple Web Service using Websphere Integration Developer: 1. Open up Websphere Integration Developer and create an new EJB Project Step 2: Click on the ‘New’ button to create a new […]

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Cast Iron integration into the current IBM ESB stack

So where does Cast Iron fit into the IBM Websphere stack?Cast Iron primary used for Cloud to on-premise integration. Where you can create a message flow diagram using the Cast Iron Studio and deploy that flow to the following environments: 1. Cast Iron Appliance (which is now the Datapower XH35 Cast Iron V5.1) http://www.castiron.com/ibm/websphere/datapower/castiron/appliance/xh35 2. […]

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WS-Policy security integration between DataPower and WebSphere Application Server

Configure WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliance and WebSphere Application Server to implement WS-Policy for SOA service governance. User credentials are transformed in an LPTA common token format for authorization and single-sign-on between DataPower and an application hosted on WebSphere Application Server. Offloading policy management to DataPower lets WebSphere Application Server provide better application-level functionality, while DataPower […]

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Deploying message-driven beans and JMS applications into the Service Integration Bus

The Service Integration Bus can be used as a backbone for enterprise messaging, a key component to Service-Oriented Architecture. This article shows how IBM® WebSphere® Application Server V6 makes it easy to build message buses and deploy applications, and how IBM Rational® Application Developer enables developers to create and test JMS applications that communicate using […]

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Understanding WSDL in a UDDI registry

The Web Services Description Language has a lot of versatility in its methods of use. In particular, WSDL can work with UDDI registries in several different ways depending upon the application needs. In this first of a three-part series, we will look at these different methods of using WSDL with UDDI registries. http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/ws-wsdl/

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Build Web services with Rational Application Developer Version 6.0

Use IBM WebSphere Application Server to deploy Web services and publish them onto a UDDI registry using IBM Rational Application Developer Version 6.0. Part 1 of this tutorial series focused on the use of Rational Application Developer for designing a work order creation service. The example used in this tutorial uses a Web service to […]

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Main building blocks in SOA approach for Web Services

Below is a good graphical view of the SOA approach to Web Services. For all of these blocks there is IBM Software to successfully implement a Web Service solution. 1. Create WSDL – Rational Application Developer 2. UDDI – Websphere Application Server 3. Web Service Registry – Websphere Registry and Repository

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