So what about the WebUI in IIB V9?
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The web User Interface (Web UI) in IBM Integration Bus (IIB) V9 is gaining a lot of ground as its capabilities are increasing. Web UI offers several features to broker administrators for administering broker resources.
1. Starting and stopping resources such as Integration servers and message flows: You can select the resource and click the inverted triangle symbol to invoke the start/stop option as shown in Figure 1 below.
2. Enabling and disabling message flow accounting statistics: You can select the concerned message flow and click the inverted triangle symbol to invoke the Statistics on / Statistics off option as shown in Figure 2 below.
To view the statistics for the enabled message flow along with node specific data, you can process your messages through the message flow and then switch to the Statistics view to display the message flow throughput parameters and their values. These values may be seen dynamically changing during message processing as the message flow processes different messages.
If you click on the magnifying glass icon by the message flow name in Flow comparison pane then you can see flow analysis and see graphs as shown in Figure 4 below.
3. Create workload management policies: The workload management policies may be created by selecting WorkloadManagement in the left hand menu and attaching it to the message flow in the Policies tab as shown in Figure 5 below.
4. View Recorded data and Replaying it: The Recorded data can be reviewed by selecting Data Capture Stores under Data section on the left hand menu as shown in the Figure 6 below.
The data can be replayed by selecting the store in Data Viewer tab on right hand side as shown in Figure 7 below.
5. View configurable services: Select configurable services under Policy view to view the configurable services as shown in Figure 8 below.
6. Security: The password for the web UI userId can be changed by selecting Users under Security section on the left hand side menu as shown in Figure 9 below.
7. Importing wsdls and Creating/Deploying Patterns: You can create a new pattern instance based on the sample patterns available under the Patterns view on left hand side and clicking on create new instance on the right hand side as shown in Figure 10 below.
Once the new instance is created, you can import wsdl and configure the Pattern parameters as shown in Figure 11 below.
After this you can select deploy the newly created pattern instance to the Integration server by clicking Deploy and selecting the Integration server.
8. Web-based monitoring: Web-based monitoring may be enabled with the patterns: TLOG to POSLog pattern and WebSphere Commerce and Sterling Order Management integration pattern. For more details, see Accessing web-based monitoring in the IIB documentation.
I hope this information gives you enough reason to explore different features and play with the web UI offered with IIB. Let me know if there are any questions.