Guaranteed message deliveries part 2: when delivery is not possible

Posted by Luuk Abels on 14 Sep, 2017

In my previous blog I explained how to configure the WSO2ESB and ActiveMQ for guaranteed delivery using JMS transactions. The reason of course being that you do not want messages lost in cyberspace. In this blog about guaranteed message deliveries I want to focus on how to deal with messages that cannot be delivered.

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Topics: WSO2 ESB, ESB, ActiveMQ

Guaranteed message deliveries part 1: using the WSO2ESB and ActiveMQ

Posted by Luuk Abels on 7 Sep, 2017

How to configure a guaranteed delivery?

Whether you are a bank, a university or an SME, when you are using a ESB for communication between applications you probably also want to make sure that every message that passes through the ESB will be delivered and that no message gets lost in cyberspace.

There are a number of ways to configure a guaranteed delivery mechanism. In this blog, I want to focus on an a-synchronous solution using JMS.

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Topics: WSO2 ESB, ESB, ActiveMQ

WSO2TORIAL I like to move it: Moving files with WSO2 ESB VFS transport (Part 2)

Posted by Rob Blaauboer on 24 Aug, 2017

In the previous blog we looked at of the lesser documented transports in the WSO2 ESB is the VFS (Virtual Files System) transport. This Axis2 transport allows you to move files from one location to another. But how do we actually use it? In this WSO2 Tutorial we will dive a little deeper in the WSO2 ESB VFS transport and see how we can actually do something with the content of a file.

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Topics: WSO2 ESB, VFS

WSO2TORIAL: I like  to move it - Moving files with WSO2 ESB VFS transport (Part 1)

Posted by Rob Blaauboer on 17 Aug, 2017

One of the lesser documented transports in the WSO2 ESB is the VFS (Virtual Files System) transport. This Axis2 transport allows you to move files from one location to another. But how do we use it? In this WSO2 Tutorial we will look into the WSO2 ESB VFS system and will move 10000 files from location A to Location B.

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Topics: WSO2 ESB, VFS

WSO2TORIAL: A primer on Dead Letter Queues in the WSO2 ESB

Posted by Rob Blaauboer on 10 Aug, 2017

The WSO2 ESB supports all Enterprise Integration Patterns. For those of you who do not know what that is: enterprise integration patterns are generic solutions to common IT or business problems. One of the best known is the dead letter queues in the WSO2 ESB where a message that can’t be delivered to a backend server is saved on a queue or in a database to be retried for delivery a little bit later on.

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Topics: WSO2 ESB