[User] OpenESB 3.1.2 has been released

Mr stewart anderson stuson_2000 at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Nov 9 08:26:56 GMT 2018


What's this HL7 catalogue test tool you have?
How's  you doing by the way?  I havea noew contract up in Sheffield starting 21st this ,month  for Servelec.  Integration still but more hands on this time.
I saw the new version and I have some IHE tpye projects I want to try to explore,  OpenESB might be worth another look.
Have you done any heavy SOAP lifting with it?  i.e.  IHE SOAP and EBXML?
Stewart


      From: DAVID BLACKBURN via User <user at lists.open-esb.net>
 To: OpenESB user list <user at lists.open-esb.net> 
Cc: DAVID BLACKBURN <david.mblackburn at btinternet.com>
 Sent: Friday, 9 November 2018, 8:19
 Subject: Re: [User] OpenESB 3.1.2 has been released
   
 Hi Paul,  

Any chance of getting hold of of the new version,  I would like to try a build of my HL7 catalogue test tool against it,  I have tried re-registering but have not had any responses yet ( however I understand that it may be very busy ).
I've been working on a HL7 hardware enabler for medical devices using the ESP32 chips over the last few months.
Rgds
DavidB.

    On Wednesday, 7 November 2018, 07:57:43 GMT, Paul Perez <paul.perez at pymma.com> wrote:  
 
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| London: November 2018
OpenESB 3.1.2 ReleasedThe OpenESB community is happy to announce the new release of OpenESB, a major evolution of the smartest open source integration platform. The new release 3.1.2 involved a massive effort, during the past several months and since the version 3.0.5, OpenESB has evolved a lot to simplify the design and development of your (micro) services. This email lists some of the new features implemented in the new release. Stay connected to get more information.
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| A new CASA EditorOpenESB 3.1.2 introduces new features in the Bus of Service and the OpenESB studio allowing you to reinforce the modularity of your project and adapt development, test and deployment to your organisation, increase the autonomy and the independence of your teams and at least define your deployment granularity and then the reusing of your (micro) services: • Support external customer endpoint • Support of the interface of services • Implementation of route policies
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| REST BCKnown REST BC Bugs have been fixed on the Component , an advanced Mapping JSON  to XML implemented. The REST BC has been improved to support hundreds of services and thousands of invocations |

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| OpenESB BPEL CacheOpenESB 3.1.2 add cache features to the BPEL engine. Useful to store the context, the BPEL cache simplifies the correlation dramatically in the processes, the preservation of tokens and information that to be shared between many processes
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| Excited about OpenESB 3.1.2Started by downloading it today and registering for our upcoming blogs, documentation and webinar on what’s new in OpenESB 3.1.2. Download on the OpenESB website.
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