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Spring Integration in Action by Mark Fisher, Jonas Partner, Marius Bogoevici, Iwein Fuld

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Chapter 12. Spring Integration and web services

 

This chapter covers
  • POX- and SOAP-based gateways
  • Simple HTTP-based integration

 

In the previous chapter, we saw Spring Integration’s support for integration through the exchange of files. Although file-based exchanges between systems are still common, enabling two systems to interact through the filesystem can be painful for a number of reasons. Most systems, for example, don’t share a filesystem because they’re likely to be on separate hardware, potentially in different parts of the world. With separate hardware in remote locations, file transfers over the network would have to facilitate this form of communication. Differences in file format and character encoding may create additional ...

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