Developing and deploying a proxy gateway using WebSphere ESB V7, WebSphere Integration Developer V7, and Business Space powered by WebSphere

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Callum Jackson and Russ Newcombe

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: July 14, 2010

In WebSphere ESB V7, a proxy gateway provides an out-of-the-box, end-to-end, Web services-based service gateway that enables new services to be added without stopping and starting the gateway application. It provides a built in mechanism to identify the message and route it to the service provider endpoint. In this article, you will learn the basic characteristics of service gateways and then the details of proxy gateways, including the runtime architecture, how to develop and deploy the gateway, and how to administer the repository of services. The article then provides an example that you build with WebSphere Integration Developer V7 and deploy, configure, and run on WebSphere ESB V7. Finally, the article provides guidelines to help you understand which service gateway types are best in various situations.

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