Is this WSO2 trying to do a performance test again?
Hi Saliya, would a http router suit your need in this case? You may want to check the static_router/simple_cbr demo out. In JBossBSB, any ESB service can be exposed as web servcies (SOAP). I shall be able to provide more concrete helps if you can elaborate a little bit more details on your exact scenario.
Thanks for the help. I looked into the static_router sample in quickstarts/static_router folder in JBoss ESB but I couldn't find any simple_cbr demo.
Anyway I'll make my scenario simple as follows.
1. I have an echo service which simply returns any incoming SOAP payload and runs on localhost:8085/MockServices/EchoService.
2. I want the above service to be exposed via a different endpoint using JBoss ESB. An example endpoint would be localhost:8080/webservice_proxy/EchoProxy
Thus any SOAP message I send to localhost:8080/webservice_proxy/EchoProxy service will be routed to localhost:8080/MockService/EchoService. I was able to do this by writing a Java class extending the AbstractActionLifecycle class and invoking the desired back end service (the EchoService) from it.
I would like to know if this scenario is possible to implement without writing Java stuff.
Thanks in advance,
Hi saliya, if you can wait for 1 or 2 days, you can try the HttpRouter. There is a minor bug in HttpRouter that can not handle HttpHeaders properly, I fixed it but have not got chance to check in yet, the svn is down at the moment.
The configuration should look like below roughly:
<service category="MyServiceCategory" name="MyWSProducerService1" description="WS Frontend speaks natively to the ESB" invmScope="GLOBAL"> <listeners> <jbr-listener name="Http-Gateway" busidref="Http-1" is-gateway="true"/> </listeners> <actions> <action name="JBossWSAdapter" class="org.jboss.soa.esb.actions.routing.http.HttpRouter"> <property name="endpointUrl" value="localhost:8080/anotherService"/> <property name="method" value="POST"/> </action> </actions> </service>
Also please feel free to email me directly jliu at redhat.com, if you have any further questions.
I am really thankful for the help (yep I sure can wait for couple days). I will let you know the results ASAP.