Monday, October 11, 2010

Web Service Proxy that emails a copy of the response passing through, using an intermediate JMS Queue

I've written an article that describes how an UltraESB Proxy Service for a SOAP service could be deployed on the Free and Open Source UltraESB, to respond back to the client immediately once the response becomes available, but then post a copy of the response via an asynchronous email - without affecting the performance of the main message flow.

This was a request for an initial proof-of-concept for a large Telecom company in the US, and shows how an embedded ActiveMQ JMS server could be started within the UltraESB using the native support for the Spring Framework

Read about it at DZone

This sample is now included as sample #502 with the UltraESB 1.2.0 or later

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