Using WebSphere Service Registry and Repository primitives in WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus mediation flows

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Brian Venn

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: December 14, 2011

As IBM has enhanced WebSphere ESB, it has provided new mediation primitives to enable you to perform interactions with WebSphere Service Registry and Repository. You can use these primitives to perform dynamic endpoint selection, along with governing and enforcing service level agreements (SLAs) between service providers and consumers. Examples in this article show you how to develop WebSphere ESB mediation flows that interact with WebSphere Service Registry and Repository.

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