A first look at WSO2 API Manager 1.10.0

Posted by Rob Blaauboer on 4 Feb, 2016

Last month, almost quietly, the new version of the WSO2 API Manager was introduced. Although this is a minor update (1.9.1 to 1.10.0) there are a number of improvements and additions that are worth mentioning. We will look into this new version from a bird’s eye perspective and in later articles zoom in on the new features.

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Topics: JAVA, WSO2, WSO2 API

DevOps with WSO2

Posted by Ronald Everts on 25 Jan, 2016

The idea and main goal behind the DevOps with WSO2, for instance by the WSO2 Cloud, is to maximize the predictability, efficiency, security and maintainability of operational processes and make this a simple process. This objective is supported by automation.

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Topics: JAVA, DEVELOPMENT, WSO2

WSO-2-EASY:  Your own fault (sequence or mediator)

Posted by Rob Blaauboer on 14 Jan, 2016

In a previous blog we talked about the main sequence that will be called for call calls where there is no proxy defined. (e.g. calling /services/Depolyedproxy if the actual proxy is /services/Deployedproxy). We showed how to log the call in a database with a DBREPORT mediator and show on the console an error message using the LOG mediator. We said that we would extend this with a soap fault to the user using the MAKEFAULT or FAULT mediator.

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Topics: JAVA, WSO2

WSO-2-EASY: Changing message content with PayloadFactory Mediator

Posted by Rob Blaauboer on 7 Jan, 2016

When you want to change the content of a message a PayLoadFactory Mediator is one way to do so. Basically what the PayloadFactory Mediator does is change (i.e. transform or replace) part of the message defined by format with the args defined later on.

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Topics: JAVA, WSO2

WSO-2-EASY: Working with properties

Posted by Rob Blaauboer on 31 Dec, 2015

As a developer you are familiar with the use of variables. You use them to store temporary information, count a number of occurrences and so on. Within the WSO2 Enterprise Server Bus (ESB) you can also use properties. Not only for the purpose as mentioned before but also to make changes to messages, e.g. switch from XML to JSON and vice versa. The property mediator that you can use does not have an impact on the message itself. 

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Topics: JAVA, WSO2