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9 years ago
Spring Integration has support for web service adapter (checkout this article for a good example on WS: http://krams915.blogspot.com/2011/03/spring-integration-2-integrating-jdbc.html), but if you want to create a SOAP based web service as a one time requirement, I agree with Ken that doing outside Roo. I havent been creating any SOAP web services lately; I use Spring MVC to create REST web services which are easy to test as well, using a command line tool like cURL.
9 years ago
I just want to add to Ken's response. ActiveMQ is becoming a popular JMS container in the open source messaging framework category. It's easy to unit test with, because of its support for embedded broker. It also has fine grained security control at different levels of JMS architecture (i.e. Broker, Connection and Message level). If you are interested in learning more about ActiveMQ, checkout their website or ActiveMQ in Action book from the same publishers as our book (Manning).

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Srini
9 years ago
Hi Rob,

I just want to make sure what the workflow in your use case means. Are you talking about web UI navigation based workflow (as in Spring WebFlow framework) or a Enterprise Integration Patterns or ESB based workflow (using Spring Integration framework)? If it's the latter, we have a chapter dedicated to Spring Integration in the book.

Can you give more details on the use case you are trying to Roo to implement?

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Srini
9 years ago
Hi everyone, Thanks for the welcome comments. It's great to have our book review posted on CodeRanch forum. I am looking forward to the discussions on the Roo topics as well as the book.
9 years ago