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JBoss ESB Features?

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  • support for general notification framework. Transports supported include JMS (JBossMQ, JBoss Messaging, Oracle AQ and MQSeries), email, database or file system. JBoss Messaging 1.4.0GA is now the recommended default JMS implementation.
  • JMS and SQL transaction integration.
  • jBPM integration.
  • WS-BPEL support.
  • Web Services support.
  • Improved deployment and configuration, using a specific ESB server.
  • Groovy support.
  • trailblazer example.
  • many quickstart examples to get you going.
  • support for data transformations using Smooks or XSLT.
  • listeners and action model to support loose-coupling of interaction steps.
  • content based routing using Drools or XPath.
  • support for registries, using JAX-R and jUDDI out-of-the-box.
  • gateways to allow non-ESB aware traffic to flow into the ESB.
  • graphical configuration editor.
  • high performance and reliability (in use by a large insurance company for 3 years).

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