by Irene Rusman
This document describes messaging communication between a messaging client and an integrated system consisting of a clustered BEA AquaLogic Service Bus domain and a remote Tibco Enterprise Message Service 4.2.0 (Tibco EMS). The white paper includes a detailed description of the configuration for request/response and one-way design patterns. In the case of request/response, the paper discusses response correlation by request-message ID, as well as by request-correlation ID. It distinguishes BEA AquaLogic Service Bus configurations for point-to-point and publish-subscribe messaging. The configuration implies that BEA AquaLogic Service Bus provides distributed transactional management. The paper also covers the cases in which only proxy services or business services are hosted on Tibco EMS, as well as the two together.
Download the white paper (PDF).
Irene Rusman is a Senior Software Engineer with BEA. She works on AquaLogic Service Bus system integration.