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Do More with SOA Integration: Best of Packt by Doug Todd, Arun Poduval

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Java Business Integration (JBI)

The functionality of an ESB is described in general terms in the Java Business Integration (JBI) specification (Ten-Hove, Walker 2005). JBI implements a component architecture. JBI is based primarily on two constructs: service engines and binding components. The service engines contain the business logic, while the binding components merely act as a proxy for the service users (Wallrab 2005).

The tasks of a JBI component are as follows:

  • Receiving and sending messages. In JBI this is carried out by the binding components.
  • Providing interfaces for format conversions. The converter and the business logic needed to transform messages are referred to as the service engine in JBI.
  • Installing components (binding component ...

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