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Try Intel® SOA Expressway software for yourself....
By Pete Logan (Intel) Posted on 12/06/10 0
Just a quick post to let people know that they can now try SOA Expressway directly themselves. Go to the DynamicPerimeter.com portal and you can select to download Services Designer to use yourself to write a web service or proxy (don't worry, we'll provide step by step instructions). We'll then ...
Applying a Service Gateway architecture to integrating your e-Invoicing
By Pete Logan (Intel) Posted on 10/18/10 0
I was recently asked to talk at the European eInvoicing and eBilling conference about better ways to integrate the transfer of e Invoicing and e billing into existing applications and security solutions. By the way, it was held in Munich and, if you go, definitely check out the surfing at the sou...
How to extend XSLT using built in extension functions.
By Pete Logan (Intel) Posted on 09/07/10 0
XSLT 2.0 and to some extent 1.0 are powerful languages when it comes to transforming documents and even for performing some tasks. But, as is often the case, to do something odd or unusual can often be impenetrable or just plain difficult.  One of the advantages of using Intel® SOA Expressway is ...
Authenticating signing certificates from XML Digital Signatures with Intel® SOA Expressway
By Pete Logan (Intel) Posted on 08/10/10 2
Okay, this is my first post and I want to jump straight in with a neat little method of authentication which is often used when Intel® SOA Expressway is deployed as a Service Gateway. It also gives you the ability to be agnostic to whether you’re dealing with SOAP or REST XML patterns in your mes...