I have a requirement where the incoming message to the Intel ESG is a SOAP with Attachment(SwA) message. The attachment is a .csv file. The ESG has to take the attachment file and place it in the SFTP folder.
Can someone please help on dealing with the attachment file ? I tried the function get-attachment(ma_key,attachment_position) whose return type is mentioned as Document Object. Not sure how to handle this further.
I am generating an Ouath token from API Portal. Now, what I want is that I want to know when exactly the OAuth token that is created gets expired. Can I get that information?
In ESG Workflow I have one doubt on how to get the limits of plan that is subscribed by a subscriber in API portal.
Will that be possible.?
We have setup an invocation agent to call a third party web service which runs on https.
[Internet] >> Input Server >> Invocation Agent >>ssl>> [ThirdParty Host]
Once handshake is done, the external server sends the server certificate to ESG.
This is followed by ESG sending the client certificate (Asymetric keys, configured under Security Configuration) to the remote server.
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 set up a cloud instance of the runtime for you to deploy your service onto and experiment with for 2 days.
Intel® SOA Expressway is often used as XML Gateway or Service Gateway and therefore often a consolidation point for XML/SOAP/REST traffic going across a domain. Users often want to use SOA Expressway’s logs to trouble shoot where the problems may lie in services based distributed computing environment.
Work of an information systems' developer is not only creation of challenging, innovative, advanced in algorithms new applications. It also includes creation and maintenance of support routines like reliable copy of data from one source to another, handling different exceptions, timeouts, hanging transactions, shifting timezones, etc. You're lucky if all software in your system is from single vendor and is still supported. In this case it's likely that there are tools that can move data from one source to another, for example, from a database to a message queue.
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 south end of the Englischer Garten.