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Consider GlassFish ESB v2 for SOA Tooling

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Because this is an initial install, there are no entries yet under the "Service Assemblies" node.

Figure 17: GlassFish JBI Service Assemblies

Web Admin Console

Alternatively, you can manage GlassFish via the Web Admin Console by connecting to port 4848 [default]:

  1. Open a web browser: http://localhost:4848
  2. Default Admin logon: admin.
  3. Default Admin Password: adminadmin.

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Figure 18: GlassFish Web Admin Console Logon

Note: If, after logging into the Web Admin Console, you happen to see a message indicating Restart Required, use the NetBeans IDE to perform the restart by right-clicking the GlassFish V2 node and selecting "Restart" (so you can avoid the need to open a command prompt and execute the batch scripts).

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Figure 19: GlassFish Web Admin Console

Simple BPEL Example: Process Inbound Trouble Ticket

Note: The purpose of this article, and this first example, is to familiarize you with the process and tools, so it will be extremely simplified. This is not intended as an example of a real-life application.

In this example, you will create a simple BPEL 2.0 process and deploy it to the GlassFish ESB.

Your BPEL process flow for this simple demonstration will take an inbound Trouble Ticket SOAP Request and provide a simple SOAP reply message.

You will subsequently expose the BPEL process as a web service and invoke it using the CASA Test Case capabilities.

Create New BPEL Process

Click File > New Project.

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Figure 20: NetBeans New Project Menu

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This article was originally published on January 29, 2009

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