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Hi,

I want to ask a question on this book:

- Does this book provide a lots of real world examples? If it does, is there any source code so we can easily run those examples in our system?

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Real World examples is a vague term. Having read the entire book in the MEAP program I can tell you the examples are very thorough and match similar things you might do in a real application. But it can never be overly complex because typically each example is demoing a certain aspect of Spring Integration and making it have more than that would make the book confusing.

If I recall correctly, all the source code used in the book is downloadable.

Mark
 
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Mark Spritzler wrote:Real World examples is a vague term. Having read the entire book in the MEAP program I can tell you the examples are very thorough and match similar things you might do in a real application. But it can never be overly complex because typically each example is demoing a certain aspect of Spring Integration and making it have more than that would make the book confusing.

If I recall correctly, all the source code used in the book is downloadable.

Mark



Thank your for your explanation.
 
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I would like to know if there are examples of using a SOAP and RESTful services. I posted my question on another thread (probably the wrong thread for it) but I would like to know how a Spring WS @Endpoint would work with Spring Int. I'm confused about how Spring Int. works with that module. (But then I've only worked with it since yesterday.)
 
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Yes, the book does cover both REST and SOAP Web Service adapters in Spring Integration. The former build upon Spring's core HTTP abstractions (e.g. RestTemplate, HttpMessageConverters) while the latter builds upon the Spring-WS framework. Typically when using Spring Integration, you only configure the adapter, and *it* serves as the "endpoint". You then have a Message Channel where the request content will be passed within a Spring Integration Message, and downstream from that channel you would use any of the other EIP components.

Hope that helps.
-Mark
 
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