Configuring a service with JAXB
An ESB client
Writing a service for the Resin SOA as a plain-old Java object (POJO) eliminates protocol dependencies and simplifies service testing.
A service on the Resin ESB can be configured easily using JAXB.
This tutorial shows how to access services on the Resin Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) using J2EE injection. A servlet does frontend presentation for the results of an ESB service.
Resin offers simplified access to external REST-based services. This example shows how to access a subset of the flickrTM API.
Resin simplifies deployment of JAX-WS applications by avoiding the need for complicated WSDLs and schema.