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Java CAPS Basics: Implementing Common EAI Patterns

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In their book Enterprise Integration Patterns: Designing, Building, and Deploying Messaging Solutions [EIP], Gregor Hohpe and Bobby Woolf elaborate on the subject of Enterprise Application Integration using messaging. They present, discuss, and illustrate over sixty EAI design patterns. These patterns, they believe, are key patterns most designers of EAI solutions will use when building enterprise integration solutions. Most examples in [EIP] use raw C# and raw Java to illustrate details of EAI patterns under discussion. Most of these patterns can be implemented succinctly, elegantly, and comprehensively using tools and technologies provided in the Sun Java Composite Application Platform Suite [Java CAPS].

This book is about implementing selected enterprise integration patterns, discussed in [EIP], using Java CAPS as the means to building practical enterprise integration solutions. It bridges the gap between the somewhat abstract pattern language and the practical implementation details. It is designed for integration architects, solution architects, and developers who wish to quickly implement enterprise solutions with Java CAPS. It discusses how enterprise integration patterns can be implemented quickly and efficiently by leveraging the Java CAPS tools and the authors' field experience.

While this book discusses Java CAPS implementation of [EIP] patterns, it does not discuss the patterns in depth. It is assumed that you are already familiar with the subject and need to apply the theoretical knowledge using Java CAPS.

This book is also about basics of the essential Java CAPS Suite components, based on the premise that you cannot apply patterns if you cannot effectively use the tools with which to do it. Since the complete Java CAPS offering has so many components, including ones that are not essential to integration, this book elaborates only on the basic integration tools: eGate, eInsight, eWays, and Java Message Service (JMS).

This book also provides information you may need to effectively use Java CAPS. A considerable amount of Java CAPS-related material, provided in the text, is not published anywhere else.

The accompanying CD-ROM provides over 60 detailed examples that illustrate concepts and patterns under discussion. Some examples are high level, illustrating specific points. Other examples follow a step-by-step approach.

Java CAPS projects discussed and developed as examples are available for import and perusal.
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