Getting Started with IBM WebSphere Process Server and IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus Part 1: Development

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Posted by Oktay Duman on 6 May 2008 at 1:31

This seems to be a very valuable set of information especially for the WESB 6.1. There were lack of sources in the internet but this is definetely an eye-opener. So thanks for the great job. Waiting to see the original though. I would like to see more WESB mediation module related features such as: How can I create a loop inside an MFC, depending on some field from the response I would like to call the Callout multiple times?

Posted by Adrian Jackson on 10 September 2008 at 9:22

I cannot seem to get hold of the additional material, is anyone else experiancing similar problems.

Posted by Michael Schwartz on 10 September 2008 at 11:46

Some browsers are sensitive to ftp links which is how we store the additional materials. I verified that they are in fact out there. See this link for some tips on viewing:

Posted by Ananta Guha on 15 February 2009 at 8:19

This redbook helps getting good understanding on WESB and WPS.

Posted by Mr. Stephen Leake on 1 April 2009 at 4:49

The exercises from section 3.6 until the end of the chapter cannot be done as they refer to artifacts that were not created in previous exercises and are not part of the additional material. I'm referring to objects such as ITSOCustomer etc.

Posted by steve s on 13 August 2009 at 9:10

Yes...Exercises from section 3.6 can not be done...
very frustruating

Posted by Mr. Mohamed El-Beltagy on 5 April 2010 at 3:31

I also face the same problem with ITSOCustomer and related things. But I wonder, do they exist in the additional material?
I cannot verify that cause I cannot download them due to the proxy which prevents FTP.

Posted by Mr. Mohamed El-Beltagy on 12 April 2010 at 3:29

I downloaded the extra materials and couldn't find the ITSOxxx related items. So, I decided to continue reading, actually, I couldn't find any problems with it.
My guess is that the authors of this book only wanted to show some stuff so that we could have a background of. It wasn't intended to be examples.
In general, I guess there are some parts that are intended to read and follow the examples illustrated and other parts that are only for reading.


Publish Date
19 June 2008

Last Update
30 June 2008

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