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Working With XSLT Service Engine: Part 1

About the XSLT Service Engine The XSLT Service Engine is a Java-based transformation engine that is used to convert XML documents from one data format to another. The XSLT Service Engine makes it easier for users to configure and expose XSL style sheets as web...

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Working with OpenESB WLMSE

Overview Here we will attempt to create simple Application that demonstrate use of WLM Application. Before we begin, quick introduction to WLM is appropriate. WLM stands for Worklist Manager. It allows you to create Web Service Application that require human action/decision (one of pre-defined options)...

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Running Apache Camel in OpenESB – Part 2

In my previous post, I gave a step by step guide on running your first camel application in OpenESB. This entry is continuation to that it shows how to invoke an outbound JBI call from Camel. We will modify the same application to send message...

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