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What is the Publish-and-Subscribe

Model?
The publish-and-subscribe model is a specific type of
message-based solution in which messages are exchanged
anonymously through a message broker.
Publishing Applications produce information that needs to be
shared will make this information available in specific types of
recognizable documents that they publish to the message
broker.
Subscribing Applications subscribe to the document types
they need.
At run time, the message broker receives documents from
publishers and then distributes the documents to subscribers.
The subscribing application processes or performs work using
the document and may or may not send a response to the
publishing application.

BROKER

Origin Of Broker

The Broker originated from the webMethods/Active


Software merger and when most customers shifted their
focus from Business-to-Business (B2B) integration to EAI
integration initiatives.

Its primary responsibility was to provide a centralized


EAI messaging Server for the entire platform.

All transactions (documents) would traverse through


the Broker as it was the centralized transaction router for
all Integration transactions.

Features Of Broker
webMethods Broker provides the high-speed messaging
backbone for the webMethods Integration Platform.
It enables asynchronous, guaranteed message delivery
and routing in a highly efficient and scalable architecture.
House the flow,logic,code and orchestration of all
internal integration transactions.
Main Server for adapter connectivity and communication.
Centralized Server of all Internal Transactions.
Centralized Logging,Queuing of all Internal transactions.

Components
Broker Server:
Client applications publish and subscribe to information
in the form of documents.The Broker Server manages the
flow of documents among clients, Brokers, and various
applications.
Broker:
Each Broker Server has one or more entities,
called Brokers, that reside on it. A Broker is where the
client programs connect, where document types are stored,
and where client queues and subscriptions are
monitored and stored.

Components
Broker Clients:
A Broker client is a handle that is created and used
by client programs. It represents a connection to a particular
Broker.
Territory:
Brokers can share information about their document type
definitions and client groups by joining a territory. Brokers
within the same territory have knowledge of each others
document type definitions and client groups.

Components
Client State:
Describes a connection between a Broker client and a
Broker. It includes a client identifier, the client queue,the
client subscriptions.
Client Groups:
A configuration mechanism used in webMethods
Enterprise Server to configure and control the interaction
between Broker clients and a Broker. A client group defines
how queues are managed and document access permissions.

Components
Client Queue:
An area of storage on a Broker used to hold documents
destined for a specific client. A document is held in the client
queue until it is retrieved by the client.
Document type:
Document types are the basis for establishing subscriptions
client registers an interest in receiving documents of a specific
type.

Broker Management Tools


MWS provides functions to manage Broker Server,
Start the My WebMethods Server.
Point your browser to the host and port where the MWS
is running with user name Administrator and
password manage.
URL
http://hostname:8585/

Managing the Broker Server


Creating a webMethods Broker Server:
The Broker Server installation software creates a default
Broker Server that runs on port number 6849. To create
additional Broker Servers on the same Broker Server Host,
use the server_config command-line program.
Adding a Broker Server to Broker Administrator:
Add known Broker Server option-specify the name
and port number of the broker.
Discover Broker Server option To run multiple Broker
Servers on the same host.
Upload Broker Server List option- To populate the
Broker Server view with multiple Broker Servers all at
once.

Managing the Broker Server


Removing a Broker Server:
In the Settings menu of Admin Page, click Known
Broker Servers.
On the Known Broker Server Settings page, click
Remove One or More Broker Servers.
In the Known Broker Servers list, select the check box
next to the Broker Server you want to remove.
Click Remove.

Creating and Configuring a Client Group


Creating a Client Group
1 . Open the MWS Administration Messaging if it is not
already open.
2. From the Navigation panel, under the appropriate Broker Server
and Broker,click Client Groups.
3 .From the Client Groups page, click Create a New Client Group.
4 .In the Client Group Name field, enter the name of the client
group.
5 .In the Client Group Description field, type a brief description of
the client group.
6 .Select the lifecycle you want the Broker clients in the group to
have.
7. Select the queue storage type from QueueStorage Type field
8 .Click Create.

Creating and Configuring a Client Group


Deleting a Client Group:
1.Open MWS Administration Messaing if it is not
already open.
2. From the Navigation panel, under the appropriate Broker
Server and Broker, click Client Groups.
3. On the Client Groups page, click Delete Client groups.
4. Select the client group you want to delete and then click
Delete.
5. In the confirmation dialog box, click OK.

Territory
A facility by which two or more Brokers communicate
and share document definitions.

Territories
All Brokers in a territory share the same client groups
and document types.
Within a territory, documents published on one Broker
can be sent to other Brokers because they are delivered
there or a client on another Broker has a matching
subscription.
You cannot merge territories. To create a single territory
where two existed before, the Brokers in one territory
must leave it and then join the second territory .
A territory cannot be empty.

Managing Territories
Creating a Territory:
1.Open MWS Administration Messaging if it is not already
open.
2. Navigate to the Broker Information page of the Broker for which
you will create a territory.
3. Click Create a New Territory.
4. Type the name that is to belong to the territory in the New Territory
Name field.
5. Click Create.

Leaving a Territory:
1. Open the MWS Administration Messaging if it is not already
open.
2. Navigate to the Broker Information page of the Broker who will
leave a territory.
3. Click Leave Territory.

Territory Gateways
A territory gateway is a connection between two
territories, allowing the transfer of documents between
the territories.

Territory Gateway
Creating Gateways:

Create the gateway independently on each side of the territory.


Optionally, configure gateway security.
Configure the shared document types.
Synchronize changes to the definition of a shared document type
in one territory across the gateway to the territory.
Configure the document type permissions.
Optionally, set up the Gateway keep alive feature.

Removing a Territory Gateway


Open the MWS Administration Messaging if it is not

already open.
Open the Gateway Information page of the Gateway Broker.
Click Remove Gateway.
Select either Remove Both Sides of Gateway or Remove One
Side of Gateway.
Click Remove.

Publish-Subscribe Model

Basic Elements in the Publish-andSubscribe Model

Documents
Publishable Document Types
Triggers
Services
Adapter Notifications
Canonical Documents

Basic Elements in the Publish-andSubscribe Model


Documents:
An objects that the integration platform uses to
encapsulate
and exchange data.
Publishable Document Types:
A named schema-like definition that describes the
structure of
a particular kind of document that can be published and
subscribed.
Triggers:
It establish subscriptions to publishable document types.

Basic Elements in the Publish-andSubscribe Model Services


Services:
They contain logic that the Integration Server executes.

Adapter Notifications:
Adapter notifications notify the webMethods Integration Platform
whenever a specific event occurs on an adapter's resource.

Canonical Documents:
A canonical document is a standardized representation that a
document might assume while it is passing through the webMethods
Integration Platform.
A canonical document acts as the intermediary data format between
resources.

Steps for Building a Publish-andSubscribe Solution


1. Research the Integration Problem and Determine
Solution
2. Determine the Production Configuration
3. Create the Publishable Document Type
4. Make the Publishable Document Types Available
5. Create the Services that Publish the Documents
6. Create the Services that Process the Documents
7. Define the Triggers
8. Synchronize the Publishable Document Types

Steps for Building a Publish-andSubscribe Solution


Research the Integration Problem and Determine
Solution:
The first step to building an integration solution is to
define the problem and determine how to solve the
problem using the publish-and-subscribe model.
Determine the Production Configuration:
Determine the development environment to mirror
the production environment by finding
theClusters,Broker etc.

Publishable Document Type creation


Making an Existing IS Document Type Publishable:

Open the IS document.


In the Properties panel, under Publication, set the
Publishable property to True.
Next to the Storage type property, select the
storage method.
When you make a document type publishable, the
Integration Server adds an envelope field (_env) to
the document type automatically.

Publishable Document Type creation


Creating Publishable Document from a Broker Document Type

On the File menu, click New.


Select Document Type and click Next.
In the New Document Type dialog box,give the folder name and th
name of the document.
Select Broker Document Type, and click Next. Developer opens th
New Document Type dialog box,give the broker namespace.
When you make a document type publishable, the Integration Serve
adds an envelope field (_env) to the document type automatically

Make the Publishable Document


Types Available
One Integration Server:
No need to take any action to make the publishable
document types available to other developers.
Multiple Integration Servers with a Broker:
Use Developer or Use package replication

Create the Services that Publish


the Documents
The service which publishes the document uses any
one of the below services.
pub.publish:deliver:
Delivers a document to a specified destination.

pub.publish:deliverAndWait:
Delivers a document to a specified destination and waits for a
response.

pub.publish:publish:
Publishes a document locally or to a configured Broker.

Create the Services that Publish


the Documents
pub.publish:publishAndWait:
Publishes a document locally or to a configured Broker and
waits for a response.

pub.publish:reply:
Delivers a reply document in answer to a document received
by the client.

pub.publish:waitForReply:
Retrieves the reply document for a request published
asynchronously.

Create the Services that Publish


the Documents
Create a document reference to the publishable
document type that you want to publish.
Add content to the document reference.
Invoke any of the available publish services and set the
appropriate fields like documentTypeName,destID,
receiveDocumentTypeName etc

Creating a Trigger
On the File menu, click New.
In the New dialog box, select Trigger, and click Next.
In the New Trigger dialog box,provide the folder and
trigger name.

In the editor, use the following procedure to build a


condition.give the subscribing service name and also the
document to be subscribed.

In the Properties panel, specify the join time-out


period, trigger queue capacity,document processing mode,
and document delivery attempts in case of error.
On the File menu, click Save to save the trigger.

Creating a Trigger

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