Using context menu to add nodes and actions to message flow

So far we have used the drag-and-drop feature for adding nodes and actions to the message flow of a proxy service. However, there is also a more developer-friendly approach, where we don't have to know where in the palette a given item is and especially which items are allowed in a given context.

Getting ready

You can import the OSB project containing the base setup for this recipe into Eclipse OEPE from \chapter2\getting-ready\using-context-menu-to-add-nodes-actions.

How to do it...

Navigate to the Message Flow tab and perform the following steps:

  1. In the message flow, right-click on any element, for example, on the Default branch of the operational branch node.
  2. In the given context, Insert ...

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