There's no standard for SOAP over JMS at this time.
I did not understand weather JBOSS ESB supports SOAP over JMS or not.
SOAP over JMS seems to be standard, which should be supported by ESB (Ref. ESB-Dave Chappel ).
Well a number of things are possible, depending on what you're trying to do. It is possible to deliver a SOAP message, over JMS, to an ESB endpoint and then have the endpoint:
1. Process the SOAP message to a colocated JBossWS webservice endpoint (i.e. JBossWS container in the same JBoss App/ESB Server) using the SOAPProcessor action.
2. Proxy the SOAP message to an external webservice endpoint using the HttpRouter. Of course, you may need to apply a transform on the SOAP payload before and after the external invocation.
Bottom line is... you can deliver a SOAP payload to an ESB endpoint over any of the supported transports (including JMS). After that, there are a number of ootb options, as well as the option to dev your own custom actions where the ootb solutions don't quite fit.
Hi Mark and Tom,
I am Sorry for the late reply, Thank you very much.
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