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README.md

Welcome to the SwitchYard Quickstart Repository!

In order to use any of these quickstarts you will need to the following repository to your maven settings file (~/.m2/settings.xml by default):

    <repository>
        <id>jboss-enterprise-repository-group</id>
        <name>JBoss Enterprise Maven Repository Group</name>
        <url>http://maven.repository.redhat.com/techpreview/all/</url>
        <layout>default</layout>
        <releases>
            <enabled>true</enabled>
            <updatePolicy>never</updatePolicy>
        </releases>
        <snapshots>
            <enabled>true</enabled>
            <updatePolicy>never</updatePolicy>
        </snapshots>
    </repository>

Alternatively, you can use the settings.xml file provided

Quickstarts

  • bean-service : CDI-based bean services, Java transformations, and a SOAP binding.
  • bpel-jms-binding : use of a JMS binding for a BPEL service
  • bpel-loan-approval : multpile BPEL processes interacting with each other
  • bpel-say-hello : BPEL process reads message passed as input
  • bpel_service : Examples to demonstrate use of the BPEL component.
  • bpel-simple-correlation : two separate interactions correlated to same BPEL process instance
  • bpel-xts-subordinate-wsba : BPEL process requiring WS-BusinessActivity
  • bpel-xts-wsat : use of WS-AtomicTransaction in BPEL processes
  • bpm-service : basic BPMN2 process which invokes bean services.
  • camel-amqp-binding : service binding using the Camel amqp component
  • camel-atom-binding : service binding using the Camel atom component
  • camel-binding : service binding using the Camel gateway component.
  • camel-bindy : usage of the Camel Bindy component
  • camel-bus-cdi : usage of custom ProcessorFactory used by Camel Exchange Bus internally to create and it's binding feature
  • camel-cxf : usage of SOAP with Camel Cxf component
  • camel-ftp-binding : ervice binding using the Camel FTP component.
  • camel-hl7 : usage of the Camel HL7 component within a SwitchYard service
  • camel-jaxb : demonstrates the usage of the camel dataformats
  • camel-jms-binding : service binding using a Camel JMS endpoint.
  • camel-mail-binding : usage of the Camel Mail Component and its binding feature by receiving and sending messages
  • camel-mqtt-binding : usage of the Camel MQTT binding feature
  • camel_netty_binding : service binding using a Camel TCP/UDP endpoint.
  • camel_quartz_binding : invoke a service periodically.
  • camel_rest_binding : service binding using REST.
  • camel-rss-binding : usage of the Camel RSSComponent and its binding feature by polling for messages
  • camel-sap-binding : usage of the Camel SAP and it's binding feature
  • camel-saxon : usage of the Camel XQuery component within a SwitchYard service
  • camel-service : routing service example using the Java DSL and XML route definition languages.
  • camel-soap-proxy : simple pass through between SOAP gateways to demonstrate proxy capabilities.
  • camel-sql-binding : usage of the Camel SQL Component
  • ear-deployment : example packaging multiple SwitchYard applications, associated libraries, and a JMS destination inside an EAR archive
  • http-binding : service binding using the HTTP gateway component.
  • jca-inflow-activemq : usage of the JCA Component and its service binding feature, by binding to a ActiveMQ Queue
  • jca_inflow_hornetq : service binding using the JCA component
  • jca-outbound-activemq : usage of the JCA Component and its reference binding feature by binding to a ActiveMQ Queue
  • jca_outbound_hornetq : service binding using the JCA component
  • remote-invoker : use of the RemoteInvoker with services in SwitchYard using the SCA Binding
  • rest_binding : service binding using RESTEasy
  • rules-camel-cbr : uses the combination of a rules service and a camel service to create a content-based router.
  • rules-interview : demonstrates the use of simple business rules using drools drl.
  • rules-interview-container : usage of a rules service which performs an age check
  • rules-interview-dtable : usage of a rules service where the rules are specified using a DTABLE resource
  • soap-addressing : usage of SOAP with WS-Addressing
  • soap-attachment : usage of SOAP with Attachments (SwA)
  • soap-binding-rpc : usage of SOAP gateway component using RPC style
  • soap-mtom: usage of SOAP with MTOM/XOP
  • transform-dozer : transformation using Dozer bean mapper.
  • transform-jaxb : automatic transformation of JAXB-annotated message payloads.
  • transform-json : transformation to/from JSON using the JSON transformer.
  • transform-smooks : Smooks-based transformers to map between XML and Java.
  • transform-xslt : transformation using XSLT.
  • validate-xml : XML message contents validation.

Quickstart Demos

  • helpdesk : an example web application demonstrating features of BPM and SOAP.
  • orders : includes a JSF front-end demonstrating injection of service references into webapps.
  • policy-transaction : uses transaction policy to control transactional characteristics of a service.
  • webapp-deploy : demonstrates deployment of SwitchYard embedded in a web application.
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