Interoperability with WebSphere Process Server (deprecated)
WebSphere® Process Server is a business integration server that supports solutions based on service-oriented architecture (SOA). It uses Service Component Architecture (SCA) to present all business transactions in a service-oriented way in its runtime environment. IBM® Integration Bus can accept requests from WebSphere Process Server, and can also call service components on WebSphere Process Server.
WebSphere Process Server provides components that can use, or be used by, the services in IBM Integration Bus. This interoperability is based on SCA, and the SCA nodes provide the facilities that permit operation between the two products.
WebSphere Integration Developer is the development environment for WebSphere Process Server. It is the tool for building and deploying SOA-based integration solutions on WebSphere Process Server.
- Starting from WebSphere Integration Developer
- Design the applications in WebSphere Integration Developer, export your project as a Project Interchange (PI) file, then import it into IBM Integration Bus. For more details, see Importing resources from previous versions.
- Starting from IBM Integration Bus
- Design the applications in IBM Integration Bus, export the Integration Bus SCA definitions, then import them into WebSphere Integration Developer.