Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub ESB Tools Reference GuidePreface1. Preface1.1. Business Integration1.2. What is a Service-Oriented Architecture?1.3. Key Points of a Service-Oriented Architecture1.4. What is the JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform?1.5. The Service-Oriented Architecture Paradigm1.6. Core and Components1.7. Components of the JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform1.8. JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Features1.9. Features of the JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform's JBossESB Component1.10. Task Management1.11. Integration Use Case1.12. Utilising the JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform in a Business Environment2. Introduction2.1. Intended Audience of the ESB Tools Reference Guide2.2. Aim of the ESB Tools Reference Guide2.3. Back Up Your Data3. Tasks3.1. Using and Configuring the SOA Platform3.2. Installing JBoss SOA Tooling Plug-in3.3. Configuring a new ESB Runtime3.4. Creating an ESB Project3.5. Using ESB Project Examples3.6. Adding ESB Projects to the JBoss Server Module List3.7. Deploying an ESB Project3.8. Creating an ESB File3.9. Creating an ESB Action4. Reference4.1. The JBoss ESB Editor4.2. Adding a New Custom Action in JBoss ESB Editor4.3. Content Assist for ESB XML Files4.4. OpenOn for ESB XML5. Summary5.1. Summary of ESB Tools and Additional ResourcesA. Revision HistoryLegal Notice Red Hat Training A Red Hat training course is available for JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform 1.3. Key Points of a Service-Oriented Architecture These are the key components of a service-oriented architecture: the messages being exchanged the agents that act as service requesters and providers the shared transport mechanisms that allow the messages to flow back and forth. Report a bug 1.2. What is a Service-Oriented Architecture? 1.4. What is the JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform? Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.