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developerWorks Series WebSphere Business Integration Primer: Process Server, BPEL, SCA and SOA by Michele Chilanti, Vinod Jessani, Ashok Iyengar

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Chapter 11. Business Integration Programming

This chapter covers the programming aspects of a business integration solution. As you know, Java is the language of choice in the WebSphere platform. It is only fair to point out that you will also encounter XPath (XML Path Language) when working with WebSphere Integration Developer (WID). XPath is an expression language that allows the processing of values in the data model. Many of the editors in WID use XPath.

This chapter starts with the Service Component Architecture (SCA) programming model. Then it describes qualifiers. A fair amount of Java code is presented. Some of those lines of code come by way of business graphs, which, as you know, are part of the Business Object Framework. Visual programming ...

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