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Transactional ESB use cases made simple with the UltraESB

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Transactional ESB use cases made simple with the UltraESB

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Your feedback matters—tell Capital One DevExchange what you would do with their Money Movement API.

This article demonstrates the ease of handling both JTA and non-JTA (i.e. local) transactions - or both at the same time - with the UltraESB. In addition to the ease of use, the power to suspend and resume transactions, or to operate with multiple transactions within a message flow allows any requirement to be met much more easily. Compare the ease of use and the features - by reference with articles describing a subset of this functionality with the JBoss ESB and the WSO2 ESB.

Here is a graphical representation of the example use case. Read the complete article to find out that only a pageful of configuration is all that is required to implement this scenario, and no compilation of code, bundling or deployment of artifacts is involved at all.

 

Here’s your opportunity to influence experimental APIs. Tell Capital One DevExchange what you think of their new Money Movement API.

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