I posted before about how to create a mock service when you have a JDK 1.6 or higher available. Of course there are a lot more options to mock web services (one I used often is the option supplied by SoapUI). This post shows a way to mock a web service by using a WSO2 Proxy Service.
I understand that certification is not for everyone, but in my case I felt that because SOA is surrounded by so many myths, legends and falsehoods, it probably makes sense for me to add a quality mark to my work for my clients.
With the explosion of APIs, the Enterprise has flung open its doors and windows and ripped off its roof in order to reach to the sky to exploit the vast array of cloud-based services on offer and include them in its software inventory.
This post will illustrate error handling in wso2 esb in regards to Endpoints. It's an import topic to cover because WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus needs to send the message to a service provider in its final stage.
Enrich Mediator can be used to perform transformations with in integration logic. It process a message based on a given source configuration and perform the specified action on the message by using the target configuration.
It is a common scenario that an API Server must call out to a Security Token Service (STS) "off to the side" in order to get a SAML assertion issued for a user. This SAML Assertion then then usually inserted into the request, often as a HTTP header. Let's see how this is done with the Axway/Vordel API Server...