8 Replies Latest reply on Sep 13, 2007 8:02 AM by Ilya Romanenko

    SOAP provider

    Ilya Romanenko Newbie

      Is there any way to define (or use) SOAP provider? I've read many articles but still can't understand what exactly i need to use

        • 1. Re: SOAP provider
          Tom Fennelly Master

          What have you read?
          What do you not understand?
          Have you tried the any of the quickstarts?

          • 2. Re: SOAP provider
            Ilya Romanenko Newbie

             

            "tfennelly" wrote:
            What have you read?
            What do you not understand?
            Have you tried the any of the quickstarts?

            Read:
            How to define custom provider? (and JCA-adapters)
            ProgrammersGuide.pdf
            AdministrationGuide.pdf
            Quickstarts:
            webservice_*
            Not understand:
            Is SOAP provider already implemented? (if no: how i can implement it? or i simply need to define custom WS and in it's body put messages to ESB? )

            • 3. Re: SOAP provider
              Tom Fennelly Master

              Please check here and let us know if this info is not helping you (and how it's not helping - more details of your usecase etc). This same info is available in the programmers guide.

              • 4. Re: SOAP provider
                Burr Sutter Master

                quickstart webservice_producer provides an easy to understand example of how to mediate a web service endpoint via the ESB.

                Now, you might indicate that this example isn't easy enough to understand and we'll try to correct it. :-) Can you review that example and then ask specific questions?

                Also, download the jbossesb-server edition as that has everything preconfigured and ready to run.

                Burr

                • 5. Re: SOAP provider
                  Ilya Romanenko Newbie

                   

                  "burrsutter" wrote:
                  quickstart webservice_producer provides an easy to understand example of how to mediate a web service endpoint via the ESB.

                  Now, you might indicate that this example isn't easy enough to understand and we'll try to correct it. :-) Can you review that example and then ask specific questions?

                  Also, download the jbossesb-server edition as that has everything preconfigured and ready to run.

                  Burr

                  Thanks for your answer
                  I looked at this example and i think this is not my case: I need to make _external_ call (from some self-made application) to webservice and parameters passed to web service then puts to ESB queue

                  • 6. Re: SOAP provider
                    Burr Sutter Master

                    In that case the quickstart native_client illustrates this. It shows a plain 181 WS that in turn uses the ServiceInvoker to natively interact with a JMS-based ESB service.

                    There is no client code in that quickstart and I believe the readme.txt still suggests soapui for the testing.

                    So you have the following:
                    Some WS Client (e.g. VB) -> WS Service -> ESB Service

                    the native_client assumes you are running the WS on the App Server/ESB Server. Is that the case?

                    • 8. Re: SOAP provider
                      Ilya Romanenko Newbie

                       

                      "burrsutter" wrote:
                      In that case the quickstart native_client illustrates this. It shows a plain 181 WS that in turn uses the ServiceInvoker to natively interact with a JMS-based ESB service.

                      There is no client code in that quickstart and I believe the readme.txt still suggests soapui for the testing.

                      So you have the following:
                      Some WS Client (e.g. VB) -> WS Service -> ESB Service

                      the native_client assumes you are running the WS on the App Server/ESB Server. Is that the case?

                      yes - you understand right - thanks