1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 22, 2011 2:40 AM by David Ward

    Bean component configuration

    Keith Babo Master

      Here's what I have for a switchyard config in my M1 test application:

       

      <switchyard xmlns="http://www.switchyard.org/config/model/switchyard/v1"
          targetNamespace="org.example.m1/m1-dry-run-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT" 
          xmlns:sca="http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/opencsa/sca/200912"
          xmlns:soap="urn:switchyard:soap-binding:1.0"
          name="m1app">
          <sca:composite>
              <sca:service name="SimpleService" promote="SimpleService">
                  <soap:binding.soap>
                      <soap:serverPort>18001</soap:serverPort>
                      <soap:wsdl>wsdl/SimpleService.wsdl</soap:wsdl>
                  </soap:binding.soap>
              </sca:service>
              <sca:component name="SimpleService">
                  <sca:implementation.bean
                      class="org.switchyard.example.deployable.SimpleServiceBean" />
                  <sca:service name="SimpleService">
                      <sca:interface.java interface="org.switchyard.example.deployable.SimpleService" />
                  </sca:service>
                  <sca:reference name="AnotherService">
                      <sca:interface.java interface="org.switchyard.example.deployable.AnotherService" />
                  </sca:reference>
              </sca:component>
              <sca:component name="AnotherService">
                  <sca:implementation.bean
                      class="org.switchyard.example.deployable.AnotherServiceBean" />
                  <sca:service name="AnotherService">
                      <sca:interface.java interface="org.switchyard.example.deployable.AnotherService" />
                  </sca:service>
              </sca:component>
          </sca:composite>
      </switchyard>
      

       

      We need a bean component scanner that integrates with the configuration plugin to produce the following parts of the above definition from @Service and @Reference annotations.  Note that we also need a bean marshaller, model implementation, and XSD for the "bean" namespace.

       

      <sca:component name="SimpleService">
         <bean:implementation.bean class="org.switchyard.example.deployable.SimpleServiceBean" />
         <sca:service name="SimpleService">
            <sca:interface.java interface="org.switchyard.example.deployable.SimpleService" />
         </sca:service>
         <sca:reference name="AnotherService">
            <sca:interface.java interface="org.switchyard.example.deployable.AnotherService" />
         </sca:reference>
      </sca:component>
      <sca:component name="AnotherService">
         <bean:implementation.bean class="org.switchyard.example.deployable.AnotherServiceBean" />
         <sca:service name="AnotherService">
            <sca:interface.java interface="org.switchyard.example.deployable.AnotherService" />
         </sca:service>
      </sca:component>