Introduction to the BEA AquaLogic Service Bus Tutorials

BEA AquaLogic Service Bus is a configuration-based, policy-driven Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). It is targeted for service-oriented integration, managing Web Services, and providing conventional message brokering across heterogeneous IT environments. AquaLogic Service Bus manages the routing and transformation of messages in an enterprise system to promote seamless application integration.

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  • Introduction to the BEA AquaLogic Service Bus Tutorials
    • What is BEA AquaLogic Service Bus?
      • AquaLogic Service Bus Concepts
    • Overview of the Tutorials
      • Focus of the Tutorials
      • How to Use the Tutorials
  • Getting Started with the BEA AquaLogic Service Bus Tutorials
    • About the Scenarios
    • Setting Up the Tutorials
      • Step 1: Install AquaLogic Service Bus
      • Step 2: Change the Configuration Settings
        • Edit the examples.properties File
        • Edit and Run the setEnv Script
        • Edit the setDomainEnv.cmd File-Windows 2000 Users Only
      • Step 3: Start BEA AquaLogic Service Bus
      • Step 4: Build and Deploy the Business Services
      • Step 5: Log in to the AquaLogic Service Bus Console
      • Where to Go from Here
  • Tutorial 1. Routing a Loan Application
    • Prerequisites
    • Tutorial Objectives
      • Features Highlighted
    • Definition of the Scenario
      • Overview of the Run Time Process in AquaLogic Service Bus
      • Required Resources
    • Steps in This Tutorial
      • Step 1: Prepare the Environment
      • Step 2: Create a Session and Set up a Project
        • Create the MortgageBroker Project and File Folders
      • Step 3: Create the WSDL Resources
        • Create the normalLoan Service WSDL Resource
        • Create the ManagerApproval Service WSDL Resource
      • Step 4: Create a Proxy Service
      • Step 5: Create the Business Services
        • Summary
      • Step 6: Configure the LoanGateway1 Proxy Service
        • Summary
      • Step 7: Test Your Loan Application Routing Configuration
  • Tutorial 2. Transforming a Loan Application
    • Prerequisites
    • Tutorial Objectives
    • Definition of the Scenario
      • Overview of the Run Time Process in AquaLogic Service Bus
      • Required Resources
    • Steps in This Tutorial
      • Step 1: Prepare the Environment
      • Step 2: Create a Session and Set up a Project
      • Step 3: Create the Resources
        • Create the WSDL Resources
        • Create a Proxy Service
        • Create a Business Service
        • Summary
      • Step 4: Configure the Routing for the LoanGateway2 Proxy Service
        • Create a Routing Table
        • Configure the Routing Expression
      • Step 5: Configure the Routing Table Request Actions for the LoanGateway2 Proxy Service
        • Configure the Service Callout Input Parameter
        • Add a Service Callout Action
        • Configure the Message Transformation
      • Step 6: Configure the Routing Table Response Actions for the LoanGateway2 Proxy Service
      • Step 7: Add a Default Routing Case
      • Step 8: Test the Loan Application Routing Configuration
    • Best Practices
  • Tutorial 3. Validating a Loan Application
    • Prerequisites
    • Tutorial Objectives
      • Features Highlighted
    • Definition of the Scenario
      • Overview of the Process in AquaLogic Service Bus
      • Required Resources
    • Steps in This Tutorial
      • Step 1: Prepare Your Environment
      • Step 2: Create a Session and Set up a Project
      • Step 3: Create the Resources
        • Create a Proxy Service
      • Step 4: Configure the LoanGateway3 Proxy Service
        • Create a Pipeline Pair
        • Configure the Request Actions for the LoanGateway3 Proxy Service
      • Step 5: Add a Default Routing Case
      • Step 6: Test the Loan Application Routing Configuration
      • Step 7: Using Reporting and Monitoring
        • Reporting
        • Monitoring
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