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Extending the power of the WebSphere Process Server business rules component
Abstract: The WebSphereŽ Process Server business rules SCA component is used to express simple application logic that is too dynamic to implement in application source code. By using some clever techniques, business rule developers can provide users the capability to create and manage rules that work together to implement logic that goes beyond simple stand-alone declarations, such as "If the member has gold status, then increase award miles by 50%."
Handling exceptions across sequential invocations of SCA business process components in WebSphere Process Server
Abstract: This article describes a technique for handling exceptions across sequential invocations of multiple WebSphere Process Server Service Component Architecture business process components. It proposes the use of fault handlers in a pattern that allows the capture of exceptions as early as possible and provides notification of fault occurrences to administrators using Service Component Architecture human task components.
Creating WebSphere Process Server Custom Selectors with WebSphere Integration Developer
Abstract: This article walks you through creating an IBM WebSphere Process Server 6.0 custom selector component that makes a selection based on the name of a component passed into the selector. The selector selects one of two plain old Java objects (POJO) components, which display text messages in slightly different ways. You then invoke this selector via the Component Test Environment.
Create a Web Service that receives SOAP attachments with Rational Application Developer
Abstract: Learn how to use IBM Rational Application Developer to create a Web service that can receive a SOAP message containing attachments, in addition to the normal content contained in the body of the message. We'll use a simple example, in which the service receives a text message in the body, and a text message, jpeg file, and zip file as attachments.
Team development with WebSphere Integration Developer and WebSphere Process Server: Developing applications using CVS
Abstract: Learn how to develop WebSphere Process Server applications and manage resources in a team-oriented CVS environment using WebSphere Integration Developer. This article identifies the artifacts needed for remote version control management, as well as the necessary procedures to develop applications with artifacts remotely managed in a team environment using WebSphere Integration Developer.
Backup and Recovery Procedures
Abstract: Describes procedures necessary to back up and restore WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere (R) Portal databases, and relevant data files.