Dynamically update a Web service interface using WebSphere Message Broker Version 6

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Ben Thompson and Andy Piper

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: February 22, 2006

This article provides IBM® WebSphere® Message Broker Version 6 user-defined Java™ nodes for executing Ant scripts and writing files. The scenario in this article dynamically collects a WSDL document from an internet URL, extracts the XML schema section of the document, and having imported as a message set dictionary, deploys the definition to an active broker. Readers will also learn how to install the user-defined Java nodes and how to implement the broker in a Web services architecture.

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