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The HTTP/SOAP Binding Architecture



The HTTP Binding Component's SOAP binding enables external components to invoke web services hosted by the JBI platform using SOAP messages over the HTTP protocol. It also enables JBI engines to exposes their services. The web service can be unsecured or secured, using HTTP over SSL, TLS, or some other technology.

The SOAP binding resides in the JBI framework. It leverages the services offered by the web container to receive incoming web service requests. The Binding components are based on standards and do not use any proprietary API to promote reusability across different J2EE based JBI platforms. The binding does not use any web container services for outbound web services requests.

The HTTP Binding Component is B.P.1.1 compliant. The binding addresses Basic Profile 1.1 requirements for messaging:

  • XML representation of SOAP messages, including fault messages
  • Transport level security
  • SOAP processing model
  • Use of SOAP in HTTP
  • Transport level security

The following diagram illustrates relationship between the HTTP Binding Component and the other components within the runtime environment.

The Application Server contains the ESB/JBI container, as well as the Metro container that incorporates JAX-WS, JAX-RPC, JAXB, and Tango (WSIT), and the HTTP (Grizzly) container that adds Asynchronous Processing and NIO. The ESB/JBI container incorporates the HTTP Binding Component, the BPEL Service Engine, and the Java EE Service Engine, as well as other JBI Components. The HTTP/SOAP Binding Component provides interaction between the various containers and JBI components within the Application Server.

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