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10: Integrating Packaged Applications In this chapter, we describe the integration of package applications, sometimes referred to as enterprise information systems (EISs), with other application types in the enterprise. We focus on the use of adapters, which can be used along with brokers (application servers or ESBs), to integrate these types of applications. We start out with the general description of the adapters and then we discuss the J2EE Connector Architecture (JCA), which reduces the number of different adapters needed for a given package application. Compliance of both the broker and the adapter with the JCA specification greatly simplifies the integration of packaged applications. Next, we illustrate the use of adapters for integration by considering a specific package application system, namely SAP. For this we first discuss the SAP application and the various interfaces used to connect to the application. Then we describe the WebSphere adapter for SAP applications, which provides a very compressive way to access the functionality and data embedded in an SAP application. Lastly, we discuss how to indirectly expose the functionality and data pertaining to a package application as a Web Service. This indirect method involves first integrating the package application with J2EE/ Java components in an application server via the use of an adapter. Then the Java/J2EE component is exposed as a Web Service using the methods described in 15. Part V: Understanding and Developing Web Services
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In this part of the book we take a detailed look at what Web Services are and how they are developed. In particular, we discuss in detail the four standards that are typically known as the Web Services, namely XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI. We also describe methods for developing Java/J2EE-based Web Services and how services can be composed using BPEL.
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XML is a standard data description language that can be used for exchanging messages between the service provider and the service consumer. XML is middleware as well as programming language independent. In this chapter we describe the concepts and techniques
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13: WSDL In order for a service consumer (application) to use the service provided by a service provider application, a formal description of the service is required that contains the description of the interface exposed by the service and information on where that service can be found on the network. Such a formal specification is provided by the Web Services Description Language (WSDL). A WSDL document is an XML-based document that describes a formal contract between the service provider and the service consumer. A WSDL document describes two aspects of a service: the abstract interface exposed by the service, and the description of the concrete implementation. The abstract interface describes the general interface structure, which includes the operations (that is, methods) included in the service, the operations parameters, and the abstract data types. This description of the interface does not depend in any way on a concrete implementation, such as a concrete network address, concrete data structures, and the communication protocol. An abstract interface can have many corresponding implementations, giving the service consumer an implementation choice and allowing it to pick the implementation that best suits its technical capabilities. The concrete implementation
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