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Creating and Consuming Web Services with Camel CXF

March 17, 2011 No Comments

AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND
Speaker: Dr. Adrian Trenaman, Sr. Solution Architect for Open-source SOA and ESB

In this webinar on CXF fundamentals, learn how to bring together the power of CXF with the flexibility of the camel DSL to integrate with web services both inside and outside your organization. In the session, get everything you need to know to get up and running with Camel and CXF.

In this webinar, learn:

  • How to use the camel-cxf component to produce and consume SOAP messages
  • Trigger an integration flow from an incoming SOAP message, and provide a SOAP response when it’s complete
  • Route XML from incoming SOAP/HTTP calls to XML/JMS
  • Invoke on a web service from within an integration flow
  • Apply elegant Camel EIPs such as retry, error handling and throttling to a web service endpoint
  • How to to use the Camel CFX componet to deploy and consume web services

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