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Intro to graph databases, Part 1: Graph databases and the CRUD operations
If you’re not familiar with graph databases, using one might sound a bit daunting. Anyone who has taken a course on graph theory can probably attest that the subject is a bit complex. But don’t let your graph theory experience (or lack thereof) keep you away from graph databases. In fact, when you use a fully-managed graph database-as-a-service, you get all of the benefits of graph databases without the complexity. This is part one of the two-part tutorial series Intro to Graph Databases.
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Articles 22 Feb 2017
Intro to graph databases, Part 2: Building a recommendation engine with a graph database
In part 2 of the Intro to graph databases tutorial series, you'll explore the code behind an existing recommendation engine. Then you'll implement a feature to display recommendations on a product's page.
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Articles 21 Feb 2017
Integrating IBM Rational Team Concert and IBM WebSphere Commerce Build and Deploy
This hands-on tutorial explains how to integrate IBM Rational Team Concert and the build process of IBM WebSphere Commerce Build and Deploy (WCBD) tool. The tutorial covers a general overview of the parts that are involved, together with guided steps on how Rational Team Concert and WCBD can work together.
Articles 25 Sep 2015
Configuring IBM Sterling Secure Proxy with IBM B2B Advanced Communications for high availability
This article discusses how to configure IBM B2B Advanced Communications with IBM Sterling Secure Proxy and a load balancer for achieving high availability in case one of the SSP nodes fails. Prior knowledge of HTTP proxies and load balancers is helpful to better understand this article. The proxy that is used is IBM Sterling Secure Proxy, and the load balancer that is used is Apache. The setup involves two load balancers with a virtual IP address and two independent Sterling Secure Proxy installations. Also, B2B Advanced Communications is installed in a collective mode with both nodes capable of handling the incoming requests, processing them and responding properly back to the trading partner.
Articles 26 Aug 2015
Design an SOA solution using a reference architecture
The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) reference architecture discussed in this article provides a blueprint for an enterprise or application architecture. It also establishes the building blocks of SOA: services, components, and flows that collectively support business processes and goals.
Articles 13 Aug 2014
Security setup for RESTful web services
This article helps you understand commonly used options for securing web services. It also provides instructions on how to perform security configuration settings for a RESTful web service and how to set up authentication against IBM Bluepages enterprise directory and authorization using IBM Bluegroups.
Articles 04 Dec 2013
Diagnosis of Java class loader memory leaks
We will learn basic concept of class and class load mechanism, generate class/classloader leaks and diagnose problems with a variety of artifacts such as Java heap dump, Java class trace and IBM Javacore with IBM ClassLoader Analyzer.
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Tutorial 18 Oct 2013
SOA governance using WebSphere DataPower and WebSphere Service Registry and Repository, Part 3: Enforcing Service Level Agreements in Web Services
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.
Articles 23 Apr 2013
SOA governance using WebSphere DataPower and WebSphere Service Registry and Repository, Part 2: Authoring and enforcing custom policy vocabularies
Part 1 of this article series introduced the new message mediation capability that WebSphere DataPower implemented in the 5.0.0 version of the appliance firmware. This article, Part 2, will explain how to extend these capabilities even further by enabling the use of custom policy vocabularies to deploy specific proxy processing patterns not covered by built-in policy domains.
Articles 19 Dec 2012
Using WebSphere Service Registry and Repository V8 and DataPower V5 for service level mediation policy enforcement
This article shows you how to create a web service proxy in WebSphere DataPower for a web service registered and governed in WebSphere Service Registry and Repository. It also shows you how to attach a service-level mediation policy to the service in WebSphere Service Registry and Repository and then enforce it in DataPower.
Articles 05 Dec 2012
Information service patterns, Part 1: Data federation pattern
The data federation pattern virtualizes data from multiple disparate information sources. The pattern creates an integrated view into distributed information without creating data redundancy while federating both structured and unstructured information. This article describes the federation of structured information (data) with a focus on the SOA context. This pattern specification helps data and application architects make informed decisions on data architecture and document decision guidelines.
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Articles 24 Sep 2012
SOA Policy
Organizations use policy to guide decisions that are important to both the business and IT. Many times, policy is reactive, and created as a result of something negative happening. The SOA Policy Reference Architecture shows how the practitioner can be proactive with policy creation and maintenance, including the ability to manage and automate that policy. This paper and its more detailed attachment provides a framework for defining policy starting with business goals and objectives and then decomposing those into the business, architectural, and operational policies necessary to properly control the organization. An example of using the SOA Policy Reference Architecture to create the policy decomposition will be given to aid the reader in understanding the details.
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Articles 09 Aug 2012
The Secure Sockets Layer and Transport Layer Security
With the explosive growth of computing devices connected with the Internet in recent years, security of communications and computer systems became more important than ever. We will learn about history of secure communications, the SSL/TLS protocols, handshake, network layers and a tool that makes our lives easier for SSL/TLS connection verification.
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Articles 06 Jun 2012
OData
OData is a Web API for Data Access and manipulation. It is similar to a mini-ODBC or JDBC API but specifically intended for the Web. More precisely, OData allows clients to construct URIs that name an entity set, filter among the entities it contains, and traverse relationships to related entities and collections of entities. OData provides mechanisms for resources (also known as providers) to present descriptions of the data structures they expose and for clients (also known as consumers) to access and manipulate the exposed portions of the resources via the HTTP protocol. The OData Web API describes how requests from clients and results from the providers should be formatted. The OData specification documents have been submitted to OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) in May 2012.
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Articles 24 May 2012
SOA governance using WebSphere DataPower and WebSphere Service Registry and Repository, Part 1: Leveraging WS-MediationPolicy capabilities
This article will cover how to create and use the new WS-MediationPolicy to govern Web services in IBM WebSphere DataPower.
Articles 25 Apr 2012
Linked Data standards
Linked Data and the Semantic Web have always been of interest to IBM Research but Linked Data has now become a central component of some of IBM's products strategy. The Rational group in IBM has for several years been employing a read/write usage of Linked Data as an architectural style for integrating a suite of applications, and we have shipped commercial products using this technology. The applications we have integrated in IBM are primarily in the domains of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Integration System Management (ISM), but we believe that using read/write Linked Data as an application integration technology could be broadly relevant and applicable within the IT industry.
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Articles 10 Apr 2012
Integrating WebSphere Telecom Web Services Server with Tivoli Directory Server for security role mapping
IBM Websphere Telecom Web Services Server (TWSS) uses security role mapping for tasks such as access to and administration of security services.   For better administration, these security roles can be mapped to security identities of users/groups, which can be stored in LDAP for authentication and authorization. This article describes security role mapping with users/groups, how to integrate TWSS with IBM Tivoli Directory Server, and a tool to generate the TWSS users/groups LDIF file.
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Articles 04 Apr 2012
Build a regulatory compliant web application
This article proposes creating three classifications for each type of data your organization owns, then using those classifications to determine how to apply security to each type of data as you design the application that will use the data. It's called Regulatory Compliant Cloud Computing (RC3).
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Articles 02 Mar 2012
The IBM advantage for SOA reference architecture standards
This article describes how the SOA reference architecture has been developed and used by IBM to help customers increase business flexibility as well as IT flexibility. The SOA RA reference architecture being used to help organizations achieve advanced levels of business agility and IT flexibility through service integration that are specifically in line with their unique SOA business objectives. IBM is also using an SOA reference architecture along with the Cloud reference architecture to help organizations define their cloud solutions.
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Articles 17 Jan 2012
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) standards
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) has been a transformational technology used by enterprises to drive business advantages including agility, reduced cost, improved time to market and competitive advantage. This article highlights how standards are important for SOA solutions enhancing customer results and enabling interoperability.
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Articles 17 Jan 2012
USB-Like Universal Ports Type for Enterprise Service Bus, Part 3: Benefits of Universal Ports
In the first installment, part1 of this series, you learned about the basic functionalities of the currently available Enterprise Service Buses (ESBs). In part 1, you also learned about some of the difficulties in the use of the currently available ESBs. In the second installment, Part 2 of this series, you learned about the new concept of the Universal Ports type for ESB and how to implement Universal Ports. Universal Ports provide solution to the many of the problems that the current users of the ESBs experience. A Universal Port works analogous to the USB port of a computer, which is to connect devices of varied kind to connect to the computer. In a similar manner a Universal Port can be used to connect any application to the ESB and, indirectly, to the other applications. These applications may employ disparate forms of services to expose some or all of their functionality and still use a single port type. In this installment, part 3 of this series you will learn about the many benefits of Universal Ports.
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Articles 17 Jan 2012
Enforcing SOA message security policy with WebSphere Service Registry and Repository and WebSphere DataPower
This tutorial presents the reader with a concrete method for using a central repository in this example WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (WSRR) to implement business policies governing SOA message flows, enforced by the WebSphere DataPower SOA appliances. The necessary configuraton steps for both the WSRR and the WebSphere DataPower appliance are detailed.
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Articles 21 Dec 2011
Building an Enterprise Expertise Location system: Part 2: The Expertise Locator Solution Architecture
This article is about the solution architecture of an Expertise Location system that was implemented internally within IBM, interestingly enough called Expertise Locator. In this part of the article, we cover the Use Cases Model, the Solution Architecture, the Data Model and the Architectural Decisions of the Expertise Locator system.
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Articles 14 Nov 2011
Dynamic Endpoint Lookup on TIBCO BusinessWorks with WSRR
Dynamic Endpoint Lookup implementation with WSRR on non-IBM products -in this scenario, TIBCO BusinessWorks- demonstrates how IBM products leverages open standards to allow integration with other technologies. This article provides a step-by-step mechanism for implementation.
Articles 07 Nov 2011
Develop an Apache HttpClient client for Android to a JAX-RS web service
Access a JAX-RS web service with the Apache HttpClient library. Jersey, a reference implementation for JAX-RS, simplifies development of RESTful web services in the Java environment. Android is a popular smartphone and this article shows you how to create a JAX-RS client for Android. You'll create an Apache HttpClient library client to a JAX-RS web service.
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Articles 11 Oct 2011
Best practices and tuning for large objects in WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus
Ensuring optimum performance is attained on systems processing large objects is an issue commonly faced by users of middle-ware software. In general, objects of 1M or more can be considered to be 'large' and require special attention. This article aims to provide you with the necessary information and advice required to successfully utilise the WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) V7 product to process large objects efficiently in a 64 bit production environment.
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Articles 03 Oct 2011
Using Validator for WS-Policy in Eclipse with IBM WebSphere Application Server
Validator for WS-Policy in Eclipse is a plugin that helps troubleshoot WS-Policy issues. Learn how to use it to debug a problem with some WS-Policy used by IBM WebSphere Application Server. Also find out how to create your own schemas to use the validator with other WS-Policy assertions.
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Articles 02 Sep 2011
Web service message logging with Apache CXF
Logging can be used as a tool to monitor and debug the application. In this article, you will learn how to perform Web service message logging with Apache CXF. The article will demonstrate various ways in which you can implement message logging. It will illustrate the use of significant CXF features like Interceptors and Features to perform message logging. The article will also demonstrate message logging using Spring based bean configuration.
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Articles 01 Sep 2011
Developing database driven web service using hibernate and implementing Restful web service in cloud to be invoked by Android and J2ME Client
This tutorial demonstrates how to develop database driven web service using Hibernate and invoking it with J2ME and Android Client. Finally it shows how to develop a restful web service and deploy it in the Google cloud and then consuming the web service with an Android client.
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Tutorial 31 Aug 2011
Web services hints and tips: avoid anonymous types
Anonymous XML types can sometimes cause problems in Web services. This article explains these problems and describes how to avoid them.
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Articles 30 Aug 2011
Create web services for stateless session beans in Rational Software Architect
Learn how to create web services for stateless EJB session beans in IBM Rational Software Architect, and how to use web services test explorer to test a web service.
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Tutorial 29 Aug 2011
Web services with SOAP over JMS in IBM WebSphere Process Server or IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus v7.0.0.x using IBM WebSphere MQ JMS provider
Learn how to change the referenced Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) resources of SOAP over JMS exports and imports so that they can receive and send SOAP messages using the IBM WebSphere MQ JMS provider rather than the SIBus JMS provider with WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V7.0.
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Articles 24 Aug 2011
Accessing HTTP and RESTful services from DB2: Introducing the REST user-defined functions for DB2
Increasingly, Representational State Transfer (REST) has become the preferred way of communicating in today's service-oriented architecture environments. There are many services and information sources that can be addressed via a URL and accessed using HTTP. On the other hand, there is still a significant amount of information stored in relational database management systems (RDBMS) -- like DB2. Modern RDMSes provide powerful processing features for relational data (through SQL) and XML data (through SQL/XML or XQuery).
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Articles 23 Aug 2011
Top 10 SOA and web services tutorials and articles
Check out which SOA and web services tutorials and articles developerWorks readers are finding the most interesting.
Articles 27 Jul 2011
Understanding IBM SOA Foundation Suite: Learning Visually with Examples
Four of IBM’s SOA practitioners identify core IBM SOA Foundation components and usage scenarios, and walk you step-by-step through implementing them in real-world environments.
Books 19 Jul 2011
Spring bean management using Java configuration
Spring beans are configured using the traditional XML approach. In this article, you will learn to write Spring beans and configure them using pure Java based configuration instead of using XML. The article will cover various annotations you can use to configure the bean. It will illustrate the Java based bean configuration by comparing it with the traditional XML based approach.
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Articles 19 Jul 2011
Executing SOA: A Practical Guide for the Service–Oriented Architect
This book follows up where the authors’ best-selling Service-Oriented Architecture Compass left off, showing how to overcome key obstacles to successful SOA implementation and identifying best practices for all facets of execution—technical, organizational, and human.
Books 15 Jul 2011
SOA Governance: Achieving and Sustaining Business and IT Agility
The authors illuminate the unique issues associated with applying IT governance to a services model, including the challenges of compliance auditing when service behavior is inherently unpredictable. They also show why services governance requires a more organizational, business-centric focus than “conventional” IT governance.
Books 15 Jul 2011
The New Language of Business: SOA & Web 2.0
In The New Language of Business, senior IBM executive Sandy Carter demonstrates how to leverage SOA, Web 2.0, and related technologies to drive new levels of operational excellence and business innovation. 
Books 15 Jul 2011
Developing web services, Part 3: File uploading web service built with Apache CFX
This tutorial demonstrates how to develop a CXF web service which can upload a submitted file from the user and store it in a specific directory. The example is built with widely used Eclipse IDE.
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Tutorial 17 Jun 2011
Developing web services, Part 2: Developing file download web service with JAX-WS.
This tutorial demonstrate how to develop Hello User web service and followed by File Download web service development using JAX-WS. Finally developing a SAAJ client for processing Product Catalog web service.
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Tutorial 15 Jun 2011
Developing web services, Part 1: Developing the code and contract first approach web service with Axis2
This tutorial demonstrate how to develop Credit Card Validation web service with Code first (Bottom up) approach and followed by Product Catalog web service development with Contract First (Top Down) approach using Axis2. Code First Approach is the most popular approach of developing a web service, whereas Contract First approach is the correct way to build any new web service.
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Tutorial 14 Jun 2011
Handling Complex Web Services in InfoSphere Information Server through DataStage ASB Packs v2.0
With most organizations and enterprises moving towards Enterprise service-oriented architecture, it is important to look beyond the jargon into what it means for developers and implementers and what exactly are the facilities provided by the various software products and solutions to enable Enterprise SOA based integration. In the current economic and heterogeneous business scenarios involving complex web service applications, IBM InfoSphere Information Server cost effectively addresses the challenges of business integration across enterprises by invoking Complex Web Services with its ASB (Application Services Backbone) Packs.
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Articles 24 May 2011
Web service development with Apache CXF and Aegis
Aegis is one of the databinding standard supported by Apache CXF web service framework. Databinding is a feature that performs mapping between Java objects and XML documents. In this article, you will learn how to develop a CXF based web service and customize its data binding needs using Aegis. The article will also feature benefits of using Aegis. The article will specifically focus on the use of Aegis external mapping file to customize the binding.
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Articles 23 May 2011
Design and develop a more effective SOA, Part 4: Build and manage your service-oriented solution designs using Rational Software Architect and SoaML
This is the fourth article in a five-part series on how to use Rational's latest best-practices development process guidance and modeling tools to design and construct robust, flexible IT solutions based on service-oriented architectures.
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Articles 09 May 2011
Design and develop a more effective SOA, Part 3: Describe business processes using Rational Software Architect and Business Process Modeling notation
This is the third article in a five-part series on how to use Rational's latest best-practices development process guidance and modeling tools to design and construct robust, flexible IT solutions based on service-oriented architectures.
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Articles 05 May 2011
Extend SugarCRM REST web services to use XML
With the introduction of SugarCRM 5.5, the entire web services framework was invigorated not only to add REST support to complement the existing SOAP support, but also to enable developers to customize the web services in an upgrade-safe way to help support their business applications with ease. Out of the box, the SugarCRM REST web service supports using JSON and serialized PHP data as data formats for interacting with these web services. In this article, you can see how easy it is to add XML as another option to send and receive data with your SugarCRM instance.
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Articles 26 Apr 2011
Usage of document/literal wrapped pattern in WSDL design
A WSDL (Web Services Description Language) binding style can be either RPC or document, but the wrapped-document/literal pattern is the one, which blends the best out of both these styles.
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Articles 21 Apr 2011
Java web services: Modeling and verifying WS-SecurityPolicy
WS-SecurityPolicy lets you define security configurations as part of your Web Service Description Language (WSDL) service description. It's a powerful tool, but working with WS-SecurityPolicy documents can be painful. Assertions must be correctly structured to be effective, and version namespaces need to be consistent. In this article, you'll learn about common errors made in creating WS-SecurityPolicy documents, and you'll see how WS-Policy and WS-SecurityPolicy can be modeled in Java for verification and transformation.
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Articles 19 Apr 2011
Cloud services: Mitigate risks, maintain availability
Businesses and government agencies demand cloud services to provide better security in order to ensure continuous operational availability. To make this a reality, they need to formulate a cloud service policy on risk mitigation. Learn about cloud service security and how to mitigate risks to cloud services to ensure high uptime availability and security in a cloud environment.
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Articles 15 Mar 2011
Developing a web service and consuming it with J2ME Client
This tutorial demonstrates how to develop web service with Java 2 Platform and deploying it in WebSphere Application Server Community Edition (WASCE) and Tomcat server using two simple examples (HelloWorld and Logging), then invoking them through a J2ME client. Eclipse IDE is also used to develop a web service and deploy it in the WASCE. There is also a Stock-Quote service example in a remote location (not in local host) developed in .NET platform and this tutorial will show how to invoke it using a J2ME client.
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Tutorial 09 Mar 2011
Service Registry with Advanced Search Capability, Part 4: Handling multiple matches
In the first installment, part 1, of this series you learned the reasons for needing advanced search capability in a services registry. In the second installment, part 2 of this series, you learned how to implement the four core components of this advanced registry. In the third installment, part 3, of this series you learned about the various practical configurations that are possible for combining these four core components either in a single application or multiple applications. In this last installment, part 4, you will learn how to handle multiple service names matches, which may occur in some rare cases.
Articles 08 Mar 2011
Accessing a JAX-WS web service from Android
Web services provide function specific services and are especially suited for mobile devices. KSoap2-android project is a SOAP library for the Android platform. In this article we will access a JAX-WS web service for which a WSDL is provided from an Android client. The web service returns a Hello message in response to a request containing a name. We shall create a web service client for Android using the Eclipse ADT plugin and the KSoap2-android library. We will test the web service client in an AVD (Android Virtual Device). The response from sending a request to a Hello web service with name as the request argument is output on an Android virtual device emulator.
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Articles 15 Feb 2011
Cloud billing service
Cloud billing is the process of generating bills from the resource usage data using a set of predefined billing policies. The author defines a cloud billing service module enabled for a service oriented architecture, covering both functional requirements -- a quote service, conversion functions and policies, payment schemes, and user identification -- and the non-functional, but essential, requirements such as security, scalability, standards, and fault tolerance.
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Articles 09 Feb 2011
Java web services: Understanding and modeling WSDL 1.1
Several years after the approval of Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 2.0 as a World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standard, WSDL 1.1 is still the most widely used form of web service description. Despite its popularity, WSDL 1.1 has some issues, including a variety of schemas in use and variations in how web services stacks process WSDL documents. In this article you'll learn how WSDL 1.1 service descriptions are structured. You'll also see the basic structure of a Java tool for verifying WSDL documents and transforming them into a "best practices" form.
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Articles 08 Feb 2011
Model-driven cloud security
This article details the challenges to effective application security policy automation, explains the benefits model-driven security adds to security policy automation, and then demonstrates how to achieve cloud application security policy automation.
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Articles 08 Feb 2011
Very simple login using Perl, jQuery, Ajax, JSON and MySQL
This article describes a very simple login technique implemented by using several contemporary technologies. It brings a scripting language (Perl), a free database (MySQL) together with a lightweight text-based open standard (JSON), a cross-browser JavaScript library (jQuery) and an asynchronous interactive web application technique (Ajax).
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Articles 25 Jan 2011
Balance workload in a cloud environment
Many businesses and government agencies demand cloud services to provide continuous operational availability and security. To make this a reality, they will require a threshold policy on resource management for application testing and production. In this article, the author explains what a threshold policy is and how it can help to balance workload demands dynamically in a cloud environment.
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Articles 11 Jan 2011
Developing Service Component Architecture applications using Rational Application Developer
This article describes how to develop and access Service Component Architecture (SCA) applications using Rational Application Developer Version 8 with a sample application.
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Articles 27 Dec 2010
Java web services: The state of web service security
WS-Security and related standards provide a wide range of options for web service security. Of this wide range, web services stacks test only a limited number of security configurations, and even fewer configurations for interoperability, on their own. Find out what the industry has done to promote interoperability among web services stacks, and read a summary comparison of how the three main open source Java stacks handle security.
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Articles 07 Dec 2010
An introduction to IBM Service Federation Management (SFM), Part 3: Sharing services between two service domains using the SFM console
The Service Federation Management (SFM) feature pack enables enterprises to expand their SOA capabilities by federating and sharing services across domains. This article describes how to use the SFM console to perform some of the core functions that are available, for example sharing a group of services between two service domains.
Articles 06 Dec 2010
Exploring the Vector behavior of relationships in common information model (CIM) based service-oriented architecture (SOA) environments
In the process of creating SOA based services from common information model, we know that there is a need to extend CIM due to its abstract nature. An important aspect to understand is that the driving context of the constellation of CIM objects pertaining to an SOA based service is its "Business intention". This article will explore such a characteristic of the relationships of CIM objects in SOA based implementations.
Articles 02 Dec 2010
Implementing tracing, logging, and error handling in mediation modules using WebSphere Integration Developer and WebSphere ESB V7, Part 1
This article describes different tracking, logging, and fault handling features in mediation modules created with WebSphere Integration Developer V7. The runtime capabilities apply equally to mediations running in WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus and WebSphere Process Server.
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Articles 24 Nov 2010
Implementing web services transactions in WebSphere Process Server V7
This tutorial provides instructions to implement a transaction between an IBM WebSphere Process Server V7 business process and an external web service running WebSphere Application Server V7. The tutorial will provide steps to be carried out in IBM WebSphere Integration Developer V7 while developing the business process module and the web service, followed by instructions to configure WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Application Server to enable Web Services Atomic Transaction. The latter part demonstrates the transaction commit and rollback scenarios to complete the tutorial.
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Tutorial 24 Nov 2010
Web services using Apache Axis2
The objective of this tutorial is to demonstrate how to create and invoke a web service using Apache Axis2 by hosting a simple web service using Axis2 and invoking the web service over HTTP using Axis2.
Tutorial 04 Nov 2010
Java web services: Understanding WS-Policy
WS-Policy provides a general structure for configuring features and options that apply to a web service. You've seen it used for WS-Security configurations in this series, and perhaps elsewhere for other extension technologies such as WS-ReliableMessaging. In this article, you'll learn about the structure of WS-Policy documents and the ways you can attach policies to services in Web Service Description Language (WSDL), with security-configuration examples tried on Apache Axis2, Metro, and Apache CXF.
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Articles 02 Nov 2010
Building an enterprise expertise location system, Part 1: Expertise location paradigms and deriving a reference architecture
Enterprises of all sizes have needs to tap into experts within the enterprise to solve a business problem, or assist with a Sales opportunity or help answer a simple question. In this article, learn how SOA patterns are applied to derive a reference architecture for enterprise expertise location. In part 2 of the article, solution architecture, data model and key architectural decisions will be discussed.
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Articles 02 Nov 2010
Service Registry with Advanced Search Capability, Part 3: Configurations and controller
In the first installment, part 1, of this series you learned the reasons for needing advanced search capability in a services registry. In the second installment, part 2 of this series, you learned how to implement the four core components of this advanced registry. In this installment, part 3 of this series you will learn the various practical configurations that are possible for combining these four core components either in a single application or multiple applications. You will also learn about a fifth auxiliary component, called controller, which is required for some configurations. In the next installment you will learn how to handle the case of multiple matches in advanced registry.
Articles 01 Nov 2010
Caching web services to improve the performance of business solutions in WebSphere Process Server
Web services play a key role in SOA business solutions but web service SOAP calls can be expensive to influence the performance. If the data of web services does not change frequently, properly caching could boost the performance. This article shows you how to use dynamic cache in a declarative way to cache the results of web service calls in WebSphere Process Server.
Articles 29 Oct 2010
Implementing Advanced Workflow Patterns in WebSphere Integration Developer and WebSphere Process Server, Part 3: Advanced branching and synchronization patterns
The Workflow Patterns Initiative is widely used or referenced when enterprises want to model their workflow. Its latest 43 workflow patterns post a big challenge to all kinds of BPEL engines. WebSphere Process Server (WPS) is a powerful business process automation engine with high performance. Customers can implement their workflow patterns easily with WPS and WebSphere Integrated Developer (WID). This article highlights the latest WID v7.0 and WPS v7.0 can not only implement all 43 patterns, but also how to implement them easily.
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Articles 28 Oct 2010
Implementing Advanced Workflow Patterns in WebSphere Integration Developer and WebSphere Process Server, Part 2: Multiple instance patterns and iteration patterns
The Workflow Patterns Initiative is widely used or referenced when enterprises want to model their workflow. Its latest 43 workflow patterns post a big challenge to all kinds of BPEL engines. WebSphere Process Server (WPS) is a powerful business process automation engine with high performance. Customers can implement their workflow patterns easily with WPS and WebSphere Integrated Developer (WID). This article highlights the latest WID v7.0 and WPS v7.0 can not only implement all 43 patterns, but also how to implement them easily.
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Articles 19 Oct 2010
Implementing advanced workflow patterns in WebSphere Integration Developer and WebSphere Process Server, Part 1: Basic control flow patterns and cancellation and force completion patterns
The Workflow Patterns Initiative is widely used or referenced when enterprises want to model their workflow. This four-part article series will discuss how to implement advanced workflow patterns in WebSphere Integration Developer and WebSphere Process Server.
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Articles 18 Oct 2010
Converting COM request to web service request
Since its introduction, web service has become a standard mechanism for integration between applications. However, there are many applications written in languages that do not provide a strong support for web service - for example Visual C++ V6.0 or Visual Basic V6.0. One approach to enable these applications is to have an adaptor that can convert a request into a web service call. This tutorial describes how to develop this adaptor implemented as a DCOM server using C#. It basically receives a COM request and forward the request to a web service endpoint. It also provides steps on how to make a COM request in C++ and shows steps on how to implement a Java web service. In short, it demonstrates how web service interoperability on the .NET and JEE platform can be achieved. C# code is developed using Microsoft Visual Studio, while the web services is developed using Rational Application Developer V7.5 and deployed on the WebSphere Application Server V7.0 test environment.
Tutorial 12 Oct 2010
Selection criteria for packaged applications in service-oriented architecture environments
Selecting package applications is not just a matter of validating the functional match. There are important non-functional forces to conquer in order to meet the business ambition, e.g. business agility and time-to-market of the solution. However, the needs in the non-functional space are often hard to articulate. This article provides for a thinking framework to devise the criteria for package selection covering the non-functional business need as well.
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Articles 11 Oct 2010
SOA in Practice: Case Study in BPEL and SCA
Service-oriented architecture and the SOA programming model hold the promise of realizing true agility and alignment of IT to the business. But what does it really take to develop true service oriented software? this article will explore the experiences of a small team of architects and developers building an SOA application from the ground up, based on a business process modeled in WebSphere Business Modeler. In this article we describe the design and development process, including considerations for service oriented design and data modeling. We will take a deeper look at one business process implemented in the project, and discuss the techniques for developing the process in BPEL and the service components in SCA using the WebSphere Integration Developer.
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Articles 28 Sep 2010
Testing web services with test case support in WebSphere Integration Developer
This article will discuss how to test web service modules with test case support in WebSphere Integration Developer. It also explains how to use Java expressions to reference a field in another test variable in their test cases.
Articles 27 Sep 2010
BPM integration with Webform, Part 3: Human tasks in business space using Lotus Webform Server
This part of the series focuses on the model and integration development aspect of the project life cycle and how to set up an environment for Business Analysts and Information Technology developers to compose and verify Lotus forms. The step-by-step instructions on installation and configuration of the development and testing tools are provided for three use case scenarios that represent the most common patterns for what our customers do when they start with a new installation of our BPM products.
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Articles 24 Sep 2010
BPM integration with Webform, Part 2: Human Tasks in Business Space using Lotus Webform Server
Lotus Webform Server has been chosen as one of the standard form user interface technologies. This article will explain how to integrate the Webform Server with the BPM stack.
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Articles 23 Sep 2010
Build RESTful web services with the Spring 3 MVC HttpMessageConverter feature
This article explains a way to produce multiple representations using HttpMessageConverter, and examples in the article show how to use RestTemplate with HttpMessageConverter to communicate with services.
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Articles 07 Sep 2010
Message-level security with JAX-WS on WebSphere Application Server V7, Part 3: Programmatic client control using Web Services Security APIs
In Part 1, you learned how to provide message-level security using JAX-WS on WebSphere Application Server V7. In Part 2, you used the Username Token for JEE programmatic authorization decisions. In Part 3, you'll learn how to develop a JAX-WS client that can consume a secure service running on WebSphere Application Server V7 using the Web Services Security (WSS) APIs.
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Articles 31 Aug 2010
MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) V3.1 Protocol Specification
The MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) protocol is a lightweight publish/subscribe protocol flowing over TCP/IP for remote sensors and control devices through low bandwidth, unreliable or intermittent communications. This protocol specification has not been standardized. It is made available here under a royalty free license.
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Articles 19 Aug 2010
Java web services: WS-Security without client certificates
WS-Security symmetric encryption lets you secure message exchanges between client and server without requiring client certificates, simplifying your web service configuration while also providing performance benefits. You can use it directly or in the bootstrap for WS-SecureConversation exchanges. In this article, you'll learn how to configure and use symmetric encryption with the three main open source Java web services stacks: Axis2, Metro, and CXF. You'll also see how plain WS-Security symmetric encryption performance compares to WS-SecureConversation performance.
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Articles 03 Aug 2010
Information protection, Part 2: Audit and compliance
Information protection is one of the common entry points for organizations getting started with information governance. Protecting sensitive data serves a clear business need, and protecting data is the goal of many current regulations. In 2008, the average cost of a data breach to an organization was $6.5M - and these only represent the ones that were found. Most of these breaches were internal.
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Articles 02 Aug 2010
Information protection, Part 1: Information security
Information protection is one of the common entry points for organizations getting started with information governance. Protecting sensitive data serves a clear business need, and protecting data is the goal of many current regulations. In this 2 part series we will start looking at the protection of data in this article by looking at the security of IBM Data Servers on z/OS. This will be followed by part 2 looking at audit and compliance.
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Articles 30 Jul 2010
A CBM-SOMA based approach to Resource and Capacity Management (RCM) Center Modernization
This article discusses the business operations and processes of Resource and Capacity Management (RCM) that helps to be transform IT systems. This methodology helps to modify and integrate the current assets and tools in realizing end-to-end automated business processes using an SOA. We looked at the enterprise view of the RCM center, build the business component models, identify the hot components and develop an SOA solution layered enterprise architectural model. The business services are identified and transformed into candidate IT services by applying SOMA service identification and analysis technique. This case study also provides example of IBM'S CBM-SOMA methodology, IBM SOA solution in modernizing existing RCM IT systems and its business operations.
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Articles 27 Jul 2010
Build RESTful web services using Spring 3
In the Java world, you can build a RESTful web service in several ways: Some folks use JSR 311(JAX-RS) and its reference implementation Jersey, others use the Restlet framework, and some might even implement from scratch. Spring, the well-known framework for building Java EE applications, now supports REST in its MVC layer. This article introduces the "Spring way" to build RESTful web services. Learn how to use Spring APIs and annotations to build RESTful web services, and see how Spring integrates this new feature seamlessly into its original framework.
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Articles 27 Jul 2010
Using WSS4J/Axis2 API, Part 2: Sending WS-Signed and Encrypted Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM)/XML-binary Optimized Packaging (XOP) Attachments to a Axis2/Rampart Web service
Continuing from part 1 of this article series, which showed how to use WSS4J and AXIS2 API to send WS-Signed and WS-Encrypted SOAP messages. This article will focus on how to send Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM)/XML-binary Optimized Packaging (XOP) enabled WS-Signed /WS-Encrypted SOAP messages using WSS4J/AXIS2 API.
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Articles 29 Jun 2010
Enabling rule-based decision services as Web services
JRules allows decision services to be exposed as web service without any coding. Exposing the business decision services as web services combine business rules' agility with SOA's flexibility. It facilitates an easy integration with other SOA-enabled products.
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Articles 24 Jun 2010
REST, Web services, REST-ful services
REST-based Web services are increasingly being preferred for integration with backend enterprise services compared to SOAP due to their simplicity. This article proposes a simple extensible framework for exposing Java business services as REST-like services. It also helps to describe the design in detail and explores various extensibility approaches.
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Articles 14 Jun 2010
Stop copying, start linking
This article describes a linking approach to effectively interconnecting modeling artifacts across different modeling domains, tools and repositories with the goal of providing coherent visibility and traceability throughout an extended model-driven development environment.
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Articles 01 Jun 2010
Jt - Java Pattern Oriented Framework
Jt is a design pattern framework for the rapid implementation of Java applications. The framework architecture is based on a messaging design pattern which is utilized to implement many well-known design patterns, in addition to SOA and ESB capabilities.
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Articles 27 May 2010
Creation of web services with WebSphere Application Server V7 and testing with Rational Service Tester or Rational Performance Tester
IBM Rational Performance Tester SOA extension (RPT SOA) and IBM Rational Service Tester (RST) are used to run performance testing and functional testing on their Web based applications. The goal of this document is to explain how to test a Web Service designed for IBM WebSphere Application Server 7.0 using IBM Rational Application Developer and IBM Rational Service Tester 8.x or IBM Rational Performance Tester with SOA extension.
Articles 25 May 2010
Java web services: WS-Trust and WS-SecureConversation
WS-Security adds enterprise-level security features to SOAP message exchanges, but with a substantial performance cost. WS-Trust builds on WS-Security to provide a way of exchanging security tokens, and WS-SecureConversation builds on WS-Security and WS-Trust to improve performance for ongoing message exchanges. Dennis Sosnoski continues his Java web services column series with an introduction to WS-Trust and WS-SecureConversation.
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Articles 25 May 2010
Web services SOAP message validation
Learn the history and the underlying technologies of Web services. Build a Web service using bottom-up development method. Transmit, receive, decrypt, validate SOAP messages and verify digital signatures of SOAP messages with the Web services validation tool for WSDL and SOAP. Explore a real world Web service such as the U.S. National Weather Service with the Web services validation tool for WSDL and SOAP.
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Articles 19 May 2010
Using Ajax with Web services
Web services are a great way to expose functionality in a language- and platform-independent manner. Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) is a technical means to access the contents of another resource without invoking a new request on the current Web page. Using the two together, Web developers can create powerful applications that leverage state-of-the-art technologies and provide an enhanced user experience.
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Articles 18 May 2010
Getting started with Media Extender for WebSphere Process Server, Part 2: New features: What's new in Media Extender version 7.0
This article series describes new and enhanced features in Media Extender for WebSphere Process Server v7.0, including the evolution of the Media Hub, enhancement of MxEndpointLookup and MxRules support ASD and user specified media metadata.
Articles 18 May 2010
Getting started with Media Extender for WebSphere Process Server, Part 1: Overview: Concept and fundamental usage
Media Extender for WebSphere Process Server (Media Extender) builds on Services Oriented Architecture and can provide the business agilility for the media industry. The article gives a fundamental introduction of Media Extender and describes how to use component provided by product to setup facility to help media industry people achieve a dynamic and automatic media content management.
Articles 18 May 2010
Consuming web services over SOAP/HTTP in TXSeries applications
This article gives an introduction to consuming web services over SOAP/HTTP in TXSeries applications. It also illustrates with an example of TXSeries application using Axis2/C and consuming web services deployed on WebSphere Application Server.
Articles 14 May 2010
Java web services: CXF performance comparison
Apache CXF shares certain underlying components with both Apache Axis2 and Metro but combines the components within an entirely different architecture. Dennis Sosnoski continues his Java web services column series by comparing how the CXF, Metro, and Axis2 stacks perform both with and without WS-Security.
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Articles 27 Apr 2010
Use Apache Wink with the Jackson JSON processor
Apache Wink is fast becoming one of the de facto implementations of the JAX-RS 1.0 specification. The providers included with the standard Apache Wink distribution for JSON marshalling and unmarshalling, such as JSON.org and Jettison, have some problems with array representation and limited return types. Coding JAX-RS services and their client Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) applications can be difficult. In this article, learn a method for configuring an existing Apache Wink-enabled Web application to use the Jackson JSON provider to solve some of the problems. An example, with sample code for a simple Jackson-enabled JAX-RS Web service, illustrates the advantages of this provider.
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Articles 20 Apr 2010
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