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Talend ESB,Publication date May 12 2015, Copyright 2011 2015 Talend Inc All rights reserved. This documentation is provided under the terms of the Creative Commons Public License CCPL For more. information about what you can and cannot do with this documentation in accordance with the CCPL please read. http creativecommons org licenses by nc sa 2 0, This document may include documentation produced at The Apache Software Foundation which is licensed under. The Apache License 2 0, Talend and Talend ESB are trademarks of Talend Inc. Apache CXF CXF Apache Karaf Karaf Apache Cellar Cellar Apache Camel Camel Apache Maven Maven. Apache Archiva Archiva Apache Syncope Syncope Apache ActiveMQ ActiveMQ Apache Log4j Log4j. Apache Felix Felix Apache ServiceMix ServiceMix Apache Ant Ant Apache Derby Derby Apache Tomcat. Tomcat Apache ZooKeeper ZooKeeper Apache Jackrabbit Jackrabbit Apache Santuario Santuario Apache. DS DS Apache Avro Avro Apache Abdera Abdera Apache Chemistry Chemistry Apache CouchDB. CouchDB Apache Kafka Kafka Apache Lucene Lucene Apache MINA MINA Apache Velocity Velocity. Apache FOP FOP Apache HBase HBase Apache Hadoop Hadoop Apache Shiro Shiro Apache Axiom. Axiom Apache Neethi Neethi Apache WSS4J WSS4J are trademarks of The Apache Foundation Eclipse. Equinox is a trademark of the Eclipse Foundation Inc SoapUI is a trademark of SmartBear Software Hyperic is. a trademark of VMware Inc Nagios is a trademark of Nagios Enterprises LLC. All other brands product names company names trademarks and service marks are the properties of their. respective owners, This product includes software developed at AOP Alliance Java J2EE AOP standards ASM AntlR Apache. ActiveMQ Apache Ant Apache Avro Apache Axiom Apache Axis Apache Axis 2 Apache Batik Apache. CXF Apache Camel Apache Chemistry Apache Common Http Client Apache Common Http Core Apache. Commons Apache Commons Bcel Apache Commons JxPath Apache Commons Lang Apache Derby Database. Engine and Embedded JDBC Driver Apache Geronimo Apache Hadoop Apache Hive Apache HttpClient. Apache HttpComponents Client Apache JAMES Apache Log4j Apache Lucene Core Apache Neethi Apache. POI Apache Pig Apache Qpid Jms Apache Tomcat Apache Velocity Apache WSS4J Apache WebServices. Common Utilities Apache Xml RPC Apache Zookeeper Box Java SDK V2 CSV Tools DataStax Java Driver. for Apache Cassandra Ehcache Ezmorph Ganymed SSH 2 for Java Google APIs Client Library for Java Google. Gson Groovy Guava Google Core Libraries for Java H2 Embedded Database and JDBC Driver HsqlDB. Ini4j JClouds JLine JSON JSR 305 Annotations for Software Defect Detection in Java JUnit Jackson Java. JSON processor Java API for RESTful Services Jaxb Jaxen Jettison Jetty Joda Time Json Simple MetaStuff. Mondrian OpenSAML Paraccel JDBC Driver PostgreSQL JDBC Driver Resty A simple HTTP REST client. for Java Rocoto SL4J Simple Logging Facade for Java SQLite JDBC Driver Simple API for CSS SshJ StAX. API StAXON JSON via StAX Talend Camel Dependencies Talend The Castor Project The Legion of the. Bouncy Castle W3C Woden Woodstox High performance XML processor XML Pull Parser XPP Xalan. J Xerces2 XmlBeans XmlSchema Core Xmlsec Apache Santuario Zip4J atinject dropbox sdk java Java. library for the Dropbox Core API google guice Licensed under their respective license. Table of Contents,Chapter 1 Introduction to Talend ESB solutions 1.
1 1 Talend ESB Features 2,1 1 1 Web Services Support 2. 1 1 2 Standard OSGi Runtime 3,1 1 3 Messaging 4,1 1 4 Talend Studio 4. 1 2 Talend ESB products and architecture 7,1 2 1 Talend ESB Standard Edition SE 7. 1 2 2 Talend Open Studio for ESB 8,1 2 3 Talend Enterprise ESB 10. 1 2 4 Talend Platforms 12,Chapter 2 Getting started with Talend ESB 13.
2 1 Prerequisites to using Talend ESB products 14,2 2 Downloading and installing the software 14. 2 2 1 For the Community products 14,2 2 2 For the Enterprise and Platform products 15. 2 3 Creating an alternate container for the Demos 15. 2 4 Starting the software 16,2 4 1 Starting Talend Runtime 17. 2 4 2 Starting the Talend Administration Center 18. 2 4 3 Starting the Talend Studio 22,2 4 4 Starting the ESB dashboards 25. 2 5 Software prerequisites for the Demos 26, Chapter 3 Basic deployment and runtime use cases 27.
3 1 Building and deploying Data Services and Routes using the Studio 28. 3 1 1 Building a simple SayHello data service 28, 3 1 2 Accessing the events in the ESB Dashboards 40. 3 1 3 SayHelloRoute example 42, 3 2 Building and deploying REST Services using the Studio 47. 3 2 1 Building a simple REST service 48,3 2 2 Deploying the REST service 60. 3 2 3 Building a simple REST Service consumer 70, 3 2 4 Accessing the events in the ESB Dashboards 75. 3 3 Building and deploying Data Services and Routes using Java 76. 3 3 1 The Rent a Car demo example 76,3 3 2 Deploying the demo 79.
3 3 3 Running the demo 81,3 3 4 Uninstalling the demo 84. 3 4 Importing the Rent a Car Java demo into Eclipse 85. 3 4 1 Building the project files 85,3 4 2 Importing into Eclipse 85. 3 4 3 Running the examples 85, Chapter 4 Advanced deployment and runtime use cases with SOA Governance 87. 4 1 Rent a Car demo using Service Locator and Service Activity Monitoring 88. 4 1 1 Installing and starting the Service Locator and Service Activity Monitoring 88. 4 1 2 Uninstalling previous features 90, 4 1 3 Building the demo with Service Activity Monitoring and Service Locator enabled 90. 4 1 4 Installing the Rent a Car examples features 91. 4 1 5 Running the demo in one container to generate Service Activity Monitoring data 92. 4 1 6 Running the demo in two containers simulating server failover with Service Locator 94. 4 1 7 Accessing the events in the ESB Dashboards 96. 4 1 8 Uninstalling the demo features 98, 4 2 Rent a Car demo using the Security Token Service to provide WS Security based SAML.
Authentication 98,4 2 1 Configuring logging 98,4 2 2 Building the demo with Security enabled 99. 4 2 3 Uninstalling the demo features 100, 4 3 Rent a Car demo using the Artifact Repository 100. 4 3 1 Downloading and installing Nexus Artifact Repository 101. 4 3 2 Publishing the demo to the Artifact Repository 101. 4 3 3 Deploying the demo to Talend ESB Standard Edition with Nexus Artifact Repository 103. 4 3 4 Deploying the demo from Artifact Repository to Talend Runtime with Talend Administration. Center 103,4 4 Rent a Car demo using XKMS 106, 4 4 1 Configuring the XKMS service for the demo 106. 4 4 2 Building the Rent a Car demo example 107, 4 5 Accessing all ESB event logs in Talend Administration Center 108. Talend ESB Getting Started Guide,Talend ESB Getting Started Guide.
Chapter 1 Introduction to Talend ESB, The Enterprise Service Bus ESB has always been the cornerstone of every vendor s Service Oriented Architecture. SOA strategy Talend ESB is a considerable improvement on previous ESBs in that it. has relatively small footprint,uses proven open source technologies. enables easy integration of existing applications and infrastructures. This chapter gives a high level overview of Talend ESB solutions their components and features including the. Talend Runtime an OSGi container the support for Web Services and the Talend Studio. It also describes the packages that are available and details of the architecture of each of them. Talend ESB Getting Started Guide,Talend ESB Features. 1 1 Talend ESB Features, Talend ESB is a versatile and flexible ESB that allows organizations to address diverse integration challenges. It supports a broad set of standard transports and protocols as well as enterprise integration patterns EIPs. a common set of best practice descriptions developed to design effective messaging solutions Available in. several packages Talend ESB is open and standards based to allow wide interoperability with existing and legacy. infrastructure components, Talend invests promotes and nurtures the underlying technology of Talend ESB through its participation in.
the Apache Software Foundation ASF a leading open source community recognized for its transparency and. for delivering enterprise grade freely available software products that are designed and built from a diverse. community of users Increasingly the open source communities rather than the vendors of proprietary software. are driving the next generation of innovations, Leveraging Apache CXF Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ open source integration projects Talend ESB. makes enterprise class integration accessible by delivering a cost effective and easy to use way to integrate and. expand systems and applications, An open source services framework Apache CXF helps companies build and develop services using front end. programming APIs like JAX WS and JAX RS, Apache Camel is a powerful open source integration framework that lets you leverage EIPs to implement routing. transformation and mediation rules, Powered by Apache ActiveMQ the most popular open source messaging provider each message broker can. handle myriad connections while processing thousands of persistent messages per second. 1 1 1 Web Services Support, Talend ESB helps you to create new Web services or to service enable your existing applications and interfaces.
for use with the Web Developers use a declarative policy centric approach to enable different qualities of service. through configuration rather than code Talend ESB leverages the features of Apache CXF for developing and. deploying Web Services and REST applications, Apache CXF provides a lightweight modular architecture that is supported by the popular Spring Framework So. it works with your application regardless of the platform on which it is running It can be run as. a stand alone Java application,as part of a servlet engine such as Tomcat. as an OSGi bundle on an OSGi container such as Talend Runtime. Apache CXF supports all important Web services standards and fully complies to the Java API for XML Web. Services JAX WS specification JAX WS defines annotations that allow you to tell a tool like CXF how. your standalone Java application should be represented in a Web services context Two types of Web services. development with CXF are possible,1 Contract first development. WSDLs define what operations and types a Web service provides This is often referred to as a Web services. contract and in order to communicate with a Web service you must satisfy the contract Contract first. development means that you start out by writing a WSDL file either by hand or with the help of tooling and. then generating stub Java class implementations from the WSDL file by using a tool like CXF. 2 Talend ESB Getting Started Guide,Standard OSGi Runtime. 2 Code first development, The other way to develop Web services is by starting out with a Java class and then letting the Web service.
framework handle the job of generating a WSDL contract for you This is the easiest mode of development. but it also means that the tool CXF in this case is in control of what the contract will be When you want to. fine tune your WSDL file it may be better to go for contract first approach. Apache has been certified and tested to work with the broadest set of vendors Web services implementations. Users benefit from this interoperability testing which reduces the overall cost and complexity for application. integration, Talend ESB supports the creation of SOAP and REST Web services and offers the best WS functionality in. the market including support for WS Addressing WS Reliable Messaging and WS Security over both HTTP. and JMS transports, In addition the Web services stack in Talend ESB distributions goes well beyond Apache CXF with support for. OSGi containers along with illustrative examples and documentation. Graphical Data Service Development using the Talend Studio. Advanced Service Governance using Deployment Time Policies. Central deployment and configuration options via Web User Interfaces and JMX based APIs. Management and monitoring of services,1 1 2 Standard OSGi Runtime. The standard runtime in Talend ESB is an OSGi container The OSGi implementation shipped with Talend ESB. is Apache Karaf using Eclipse Equinox as OSGi Runtime providing a lightweight container into which various. components and applications can be deployed,Figure 1 1 Overview of Karaf components. Karaf supports the following features, Hot deployment Karaf monitors any file inside the home deploy directory for example XML files to create.
a database connection pool Jar and Kar files for drivers and so on So if a file is copied into this directory. it is automatically installed inside the runtime subsequently this can be updated or deleted and Karaf will act. correspondingly, Dynamic configuration Services are usually configured through a standard OSGi service using property files. which are monitored changes are propagated to the service. Talend ESB Getting Started Guide 3, Logging using a centralized logging back end supported by Log4J. Managing instances Karaf provides simple console commands for managing multiple instances. See Building and deploying Data Services and Routes using Java for an example of using Karaf For further. information please see the Talend ESB Container Administration Guide and http karaf apache org. 1 1 3 Messaging, Enterprise messaging software has been used for integration projects more than 30 years now Not only is. messaging a style of communication between applications it is also a widely adopted style of integration between. Talend ESB Getting Started Guide 3 2 Code first development The other way to develop Web services is by starting out with a Java class and then letting the Web service framework handle the job of generating a WSDL contract for you This is the easiest mode of development

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