Posts tagged http binding
In an earlier post, I showed for the Oracle SOA Suite 11g how we can use the Mediator's Java Callout functionality to integrate RESTful services into our SOA Composite applications, even though we currently have no Http Binding Service nor WSIF support (SOAP Java Binding) at our disposal in the SOA Suite – link to article. In SOA Suite 11g PS1 – released in November 2009 – is the preview (not yet officially supported and only available for PoC and early trials – of Spring components. This feature provides another way of integrating Java classes into our SOA Composite applications.
This article demonstrates how we can use the Spring component to bind our SOA Composite Application to the RESTful Translation service provided by Google.
The Oracle SOA Suite 11g HttpBinding or another way to call RESTful services from SOA Composite Applications
I wanted to take a quick look at REST(ful) WebServices and see how those can be integrated into the SCA based SOA Composite Applications that we create with the Oracle SOA Suite. Currently, it does not have the HTTP binding that the 10.1.3 release of the SOA Suite used to have. So what are the alternatives?
In this article, I want to demonstrate a way of calling RESTful (simple http request based) services into a SOA Composite application. I show one way of doing so using the Google Translation Service, a RESTful service described at http://code.google.com/apis/ajaxlanguage/documentation/ and to be accessed at http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/services/language/translate?v=1.0&q=hello%20world&langpair=en%7Cit. This service takes a string to translate and an indication of a source and a destination language. Though maybe not formally resource oriented enough to be called REST-style (or RESTful) service by some, it is a service that does not require SOAP or WS* but simply a HTTP Get request. So at least quite restful.
In this article I will use the work I did and described in the previous article: Leveraging RESTful Services from Java application using Jersey (Introduction). More >