This projects contains a set of OSGi bundles that demonstrate web services in JBoss Fuse using CXF and Camel.
The following patterns are shown:
- generating Java objects from a WSDL using the
- a concrete CXF web service implementation
- a Camel route that dynamically acts as a web service implementation
- a Camel route that invokes a SOAP web service
- a Camel route that acts as a web service proxy, taking requests and passing them to another web service
The Maven projects contained within are as follows:
greeter-api- Contains a WSDL file from which Java objects are generated at build time.
ws-cxf-service- Contains a bundle with a concrete "naked" CXF service implementation; no Camel is used here.
ws-camel-service- Contains a bundle with a Camel CXF endpoint that picks up all requests from a web service and dynamically responds. No concrete implementation ins necessary here.
ws-camel-proxy- Contains a bundle with a Camel route that proxies requests from the bundle's CXF endpoint to a remote instance of the service.
ws-camel-client- Contains a Camel route that sends request on a round-robin basis between the services from the bundles above.
All of the above
ws- bundles are based on Spring DM.
There are two additional parent projects that simplify the Maven project configuration:
ws-parent- used as parent by the web service bundles
ws-examples- Contains an XML features file used to install the rest of the bundles.
Set up JBoss Fuse by downloading the latest (6.3.0) version from Red Hat. The installation guide can be reached from the Documentation tab on that page.
Ensure that Maven is set up on your system.
Download this project and run
smx-ws-examples> mvn clean install
Start up Fuse
$JBOSS_FUSE_HOME> bin/fuse console _ ____ ______ | | _ \ | ____| | | |_) | ___ ___ ___ | |__ _ _ ___ ___ _ | | _ < / _ \/ __/ __| | __| | | / __|/ _ \ | |__| | |_) | (_) \__ \__ \ | | | |_| \__ \ __/ \____/|____/ \___/|___/___/ |_| \__,_|___/\___| JBoss Fuse (6.2.0.redhat-059) http://www.redhat.com/products/jbossenterprisemiddleware/fuse/ Hit '<tab>' for a list of available commands and '[cmd] --help' for help on a specific command. Hit '<ctrl-d>' or 'osgi:shutdown' to shutdown JBoss Fuse.
smx-ws-examples features file. This gets pulled out from your local Maven repository, and defines which bundles you mean to install for the example project.
JBossFuse:karaf@root> features:addurl mvn:com.fusesource.examples/ws-features/1.0-SNAPSHOT/xml/features
Install all of the necessary OSGi bundles by installing the
JBossFuse:karaf@root> features:install smx-ws-examples JBossFuse:karaf@root> list | grep Examples [ 225] [Active ] [ ] [Started] [ 60] ServiceMix Web Service Examples :: greeter-api (1.0.0.SNAPSHOT) [ 226] [Active ] [ ] [Started] [ 60] ServiceMix Web Service Examples :: ws-cxf-service (1.0.0.SNAPSHOT) [ 227] [Active ] [ ] [Started] [ 60] ServiceMix Web Service Examples :: ws-camel-service (1.0.0.SNAPSHOT) [ 228] [Active ] [ ] [Started] [ 60] ServiceMix Web Service Examples :: ws-camel-proxy (1.0.0.SNAPSHOT) [ 229] [Active ] [ ] [Started] [ 60] ServiceMix Web Service Examples :: ws-camel-client (1.0.0.SNAPSHOT)
Tail the logs and you should see the CXF invocations ticking over.
You can also verify that the web services are available by accessing the following from your browser: