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From "Mason Yu Jr. (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (SM-1195) seting wiring between Service Units/xbeans.xml
Date Tue, 15 Jan 2008 23:40:43 GMT
seting wiring between Service Units/xbeans.xml
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                 Key: SM-1195
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/activemq/browse/SM-1195
             Project: ServiceMix
          Issue Type: Wish
          Components: samples
         Environment: Windows 2003 Server
            Reporter: Mason Yu Jr.
            Priority: Trivial
         Attachments: Low level Design ServiceMix.doc

To the open source community.   

I have developed the wiring for several xbeans.xml to reflect the JSR-208 service assemblies
for my 
project.   I have several "services" which need to processed as follows:

xml message  >>  xml validation >> xml parse  >> xml mapping  >> 
xml XSLT transformation >> xml message

I know that there is a ServiceMix validator and XSLT component available.  I would like to
use one-way 
reliable messaging and pass the message exchange from service to service.  I have gone through
the
ServiceMix documentation and only found a point to point example between a sender and receiver.
 Since
my application will undoubtedly expand to include more services in the future.  I need to
find out whether
I can route the messages from one service to the next.  I want to find out whether I can orchestrate
my
app to marshal each service in order or autowire the xbean.xml for each service unit(SU).
 It seems using
Camel adds one layer of complexity which does not need to be included at this time.  Also,
does the
servicemix-eip component have some utility, eip being Enterprise Integration Patterns.   Please
advise.

Kind regards,

Mason Yu Jr.

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