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From Glen Mazza <glen.ma...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: Simple XML router using CXF
Date Fri, 06 Jun 2008 01:37:40 GMT
These requirements look like you would benefit from an ESB like Mule or
ServiceMix.  For the proprietary BEA AquaLogic Service Bus, for example,
the tutorials here[1] are very similar to your requirements.

Glen

[1] http://edocs.bea.com/alsb/docs30/tutorial/index.html 

2008-06-05 sha_cxf wrote:
> I want to write a xml message router using cxf but I am not very clear about
> the internal working of cxf.
> 
> A sample scenario that I want to implement is something like this -
> 
> There are two services - ADD (hosted on host1:9000 and host1:9001) &
> SUBTRACT (hosted on host2:9000 and host2:9001).
> 
> The router listening on host3:7777 would decide the target service for the
> xml message (not bound to any schema) based on the xml message (using
> xquery).
> 
> After deciding the target service it would decide on the specific
> connection(host*:9000 or host*:9001) in say a roundrobin fashion.Then fire
> that message to that service.
> 
> Receive a response from the service and pass it to the client.
> 
> How can it be done using CXF?
> 


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