Service Registry Sagacity
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This article shows you how to use subscription objects and the notification service in WebSphere Service Registry and Repository. A sample application shows you how to cycle a subscription object through its Create, Read, Update, and Delete (CRUD) life cycle.
I have started working on a new article for developerWorks with another developer which, hopefully, will fill a much needed gap in our published documentation.
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A new article involving WebSphere Service Registry and Repository has been published on developerWorks. Titled "SOA governance using WebSphere DataPower and WebSphere Service Registry and Repository, Part 3: Enforcing Service Level Agreements in Web Services". The article covers using the new WS-MediationPolicy capabilities in WSRR to create Service Level Agreements which can be enforced on a DataPower appliance.
Starting with the releases of IBM® WebSphere® DataPower firmware V5.0 and WebSphere Service Registry and Repository V8.0, IT service developers and policy administrators can now attach and affect Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) behavior related to Service Level Management routing. Part 3 of this article series describes how to use the new WS-MediationPolicy capabilities in WSRR to author specific Service Level Agreements, which you can enforce on the DataPower appliance without manually creating the XSLT or processing rules and actions.