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

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Summary

In this chapter, we have discussed the JBI framework, Binding Components and their role within the JBI Container. We've seen how the Binding Component provides transport and protocol independence for other JBI components. We've seen how this enables the JBI container to provide a highly decoupled framework allowing developers and integrators to build resilient SOA applications.

We continued to discuss the different binding components (namely file, FTP, SOAP, JDBC, JMS and SMTP) that are either installed into the application server with the NetBeans Enterprise pack or can be downloaded directly from the OpenESB project web site. We also discussed that because binding components are developed to a standard set of interfaces, any JBI compliant ...

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