Jenny Gligorovska

Jenny Gligorovska
Jenny Sladjana Gligorovska is an IT expert with 12+ years of experience in enterprise environments developing projects in Telecommunication, CRM, e-Commerce, Payments, Geographic Information Systems and various Governmental fields. Within the development of complex systems, Jenny has been in roles such as Software Architect, Project Manager, Team Leader, and always to the bottom of it: a Developer.

Recent Posts

Versioning in Maven of a WSO2 ESB/ WSO2 EI Multi Module project

Posted by Jenny Gligorovska on 21 Dec, 2018

As a java based product, the WSO2 ESB / WSO2 EI multimodule project can be built with Maven. Maven Multi Module projects contain multiple modules with each their own pom file. We use Maven in continuous development, which gives extra management to a project, and the possibility to have it as a part of a bigger project. In this blog I will tell you more about it.

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Topics: WSO2 EI, WSO2 Enterprise Integrator, WSO2 ESB, WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus, Technical

Iterate and aggregate mediators with call mediator in WSO2 ESB

Posted by Jenny Gligorovska on 3 May, 2018

For having multiple calls or simulation of “for-each” or “while-do” loop, we can use a combination of two mediators in the WSO2 ESB: the iterate and aggregate mediators. 

Iterate mediator can split a message with repetitive elements into multiple messages and can make calls to an endpoint in each iteration.

Aggregate mediator should be set to receive minimum number of sent messages, which is the exact count of the messages that go in the Iterate. We can specify a timeout as the time how much aggregator should wait for the responses. If we don’t specify the min and max, aggregate will wait for the count of iterated calls. These examples are done in WSO2 ESB version 4.9.0

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WSO2 ESB 4.9 with ActiveMQ 5.13 installation and HTTP to JMS communication

Posted by Jenny Gligorovska on 14 Jul, 2016

WSO2 ESB has a good integration with ActiveMQ queueing platform.

We can have proxies that consume messages from a queue (or topic), call backend for processing or perform orchestration by calling several services and send response to a reply queue.

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Topics: ESB