Category Archives: Web Service

Enabling WSSE Basic Authentication for a Web Service client in Mule

In a previous post I described how to enable WSSE security options in your web services proxied by Mule ESB. In this post I show you how to enable WSSE basic authentication on a ‘client’ side. I used this set … Continue reading

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Obtaining the complete XML message as xs:string with XSLT

At a recent project I needed to implement functionality which would store an incoming message in a relational database. Since we were using the WSO2 platform I created a WSO2 DataService for this by generating a Data WebService based in … Continue reading

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One way messaging with WSO2 ESB

As I posted before I am currently working with the WSO2 ESB. To get a good understanding of this ESB I have been walking through the samples (haven’t finished all of them yet 😉 ). Example 12 is about one-way … Continue reading

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Starting with WSO2 ESB by running the samples

I recently joined a new assignment where we have to implement an ESB solution based on the WSO2 toolstack. Although I am familiair with most of the concepts of the ESB and some other implementations (like Mule ESB) it is … Continue reading

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Using Maven Jetty plugin

Although I am using Maven since a long time I never used the Jetty plugin until recently. To be able to test a REST client I created a servlet which showed me all incoming parameters and headers with the incoming … Continue reading

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Testing a secured Mule ESB Web Service Proxy with SoapUI

A few weeks ago I received a mail with a request to look into an issue of which I was pretty sure I had solved it before. Since I couldn’t find how I did it back then I decided to … Continue reading

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Signing and Validating Soap requests with Mule ESB

Some months ago I have been busy implementing a web-service-proxy by using the Mule ESB CE. Although it took some work to get it up setup nicely it is working well now for quite some time. In this post I … Continue reading

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Removing DiffGram element in web service messages

Some time ago I was asked to review existing web services for a customer. The main thing I noticed was that they were using Microsoft’s diffgram elements and attributes in their input and output messages. I was not familiar with … Continue reading

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Creating a sample web service quickly

Every now and then I am evaluating a tool or framework for which I need a web service. Although there are examples of running serviuces available on the web, I don´t always have access to the web and sometimes you … Continue reading

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Combining Mule with a BPEL Engine

In my current project we are going to need a BPEL engine besides our Mule CE implementation. Actually, we will use Mule for our stateless communication between systems and use BPEL for the stateful processes. One of the possible frameworks … Continue reading

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