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1. Create a BPEL project. This project will implement the triggering service.
1. Ensure that the target service, created in the previous section, has been built and deployed before continuing.
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2. Import the description of the target service into the BPEL project.
2. Create a BPEL project. This project will implement the triggering service.
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3. Import the description of the target service into the BPEL project.
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3. Define (create the WSDL) of the trigger service. The SOAP binding is utilized here so that the trigger service can be executed from the SOAP tester available to JBI Composite Application projects.
4. Define (create the WSDL) of the trigger service. The SOAP binding is utilized here so that the trigger service can be executed from the SOAP tester available to JBI Composite Application projects.
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4. Compose a BPEL process that invokes the target service.
5. Compose a BPEL process that invokes the target service.
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5. Build the BPEL project.
1. Build the BPEL project.
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6. Create a JBI Composite Application project. Add the BPEL project to it.
2. Create a JBI Composite Application project. Add the BPEL project to it.
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7. Build the JBI Composite Application project. This step is mandatory before WSIT options can be configured, because the building process generates the required service assembly information.
3. Build the JBI Composite Application project. This step is mandatory before WSIT options can be configured, because the building process generates the required service assembly information.
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8. Access the __Service Assembly__ node in the Composite Application project, to load the project's assembly information into the Composite Application Service Assembly (CASA) editor.
1. Access the __Service Assembly__ node in the Composite Application project, to load the project's assembly information into the Composite Application Service Assembly (CASA) editor.
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9. Once the port is cloned, access its context menu again and choose to __Edit Web Service Attributes__ / __Client Configuration__.
2. Once the port is cloned, access its context menu again and choose to __Edit Web Service Attributes__ / __Client Configuration__.
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10. The WS-Policy Attachment dialog appears. Since Mutual Certificates, the WS Security mechanism used by the target service, requires Keystore and Truststore information, this service client needs to provide these configuration information. Click on the __Keystore...__ and __Truststore...___ buttons and provide the required parameters
3. The WS-Policy Attachment dialog appears. Since Mutual Certificates, the WS Security mechanism used by the target service, requires Keystore and Truststore information, this service client needs to provide these configuration information. Click on the __Keystore...__ and __Truststore...___ buttons and provide the required parameters
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11. Save changes.
4. Save changes.
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12. If the target service needs to be deployed, do so now.
1. If the target service needs to be deployed, do so now.
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13. Build and deploy the client Composite Application project.
2. Build and deploy the client Composite Application project.
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14. Navigate to the __Test__ node of the Composite Application project, access its context menu, and choose to create a __New Test Case__.
3. Navigate to the __Test__ node of the Composite Application project, access its context menu, and choose to create a __New Test Case__.
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15. Once the Test Case is created, its input file is shown. Populate it with data.
4. Once the Test Case is created, its input file is shown. Populate it with data.
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16. Access the Composite Application project's context menu and choose to __Test__. Since this is the first time the test is run, the test will fail because there is no prior output against which to compare the test result. Answering __No__ to the prompt(s) will deposit the test result into a subnode in the Test Case subtree. Edit the node to see the result.
5. Access the Composite Application project's context menu and choose to __Test__. Since this is the first time the test is run, the test will fail because there is no prior output against which to compare the test result. Answering __No__ to the prompt(s) will deposit the test result into a subnode in the Test Case subtree. Edit the node to see the result.

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