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FUSE ESB is an open source, enterprise version of Apache ServiceMix. This enterprise release is tested, certified and supported. FUSE ESB is an open source enterprise service bus (ESB) that provides a standardized methodology, server, and tools to deploy integration components, freeing architects ... [More]
jbi4cics is a binding component compliant with the JBI specification that allows to call CICS services. No code is required to publish a CICS service as internal JBI endpoint. Having an internal JBI endpoint is straightforward creating its WebService.
En este repositorio se encuentran los fuentes y documentos correspondientes al Proyecto de Grado sobre Mensajería en Sistemas de Informacion - Fing - UdeLaR - 2007-2008, realizado por Pablo Rodriguez Defino, Marcelo Caponi y Pablo Zamudio
Jbi4Corba is a JBI binding component for the corba protocol. Basically it is a protocol translator from the CORBA protocol to the JBI normalized message protocol. Once a corba service is published as a JBI endpoint it can participate the ESB processes.
This project contains a number of extension components for the Apache ServiceMix Enterprise Service Bus which due to GPL/LGPL licensing cannot be hosted at Apache. Supported Components SMPP binding component (servicemix-smpp) ...
This project is a sample project for Apache Servicemix ESB. It contains a calculator webservice. Run cd calculator-jsr181-su mvn generate-sourcescd servicemix-in-action mvn installDeploy the calculator-sa-1.0.zip in the hotdeploy directory of your servicemix installation.
The goal is to create a JCR based auditor for Apache ServiceMix, using Apache Sling to make up the fancy UI.
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