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New to PETALs

rnaudin-3
Hello All,

I am new to PETALs and finding it difficult to find good resources regarding developing components for PETALs. I want to write a test component as a proof of concept. Can you please guide me or direct me the links from where I can find information for the following?

1. Configuring Eclipse plugin for PETALs.
2. Writing a simple component that can be integrated with PETALs ESB.
3. Run the component with PETALs ESB and monitor its state.

Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Jehanzeb




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[quote="jehanzeb.musani"]Hello All,

I am new to PETALs and finding it difficult to find good resources regarding developing components for PETALs. I want to write a test component as a proof of concept. Can you please guide me or direct me the links from where I can find information for the following?

jehanzeb.musani wrote:
1. Configuring Eclipse plugin for PETALs.

Since it is an Eclipse plugin, you have nothing to configure... Just install it from the update site : http://dist.ebmwebsourcing.com/eclipse/petals/

jehanzeb.musani wrote:
2. Writing a simple component that can be integrated with PETALs ESB.

For now there is no such documentation. What I suggest you is to look at the components sample source code from the PEtALS SVN. Additionally, I am writing some stuff on my blog. I have started a "create your JBI component" series, you can find it here http://blog.ebmwebsourcing.com/home/chamerling/ .

jehanzeb.musani wrote:
3. Run the component with PETALs ESB and monitor its state.

The best way to do that is to start with the PEtALS Quickstart distribution. There is also a documentation for this distribution which will help you to start with PEtALS : http://petals.ow2.org/download-quickstart.html




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