04. Using the Messaging API

Summary

In addition to being able to communicate with and send messages to Neuron over http (whether via SOAP or REST), Neuron ESB also supports a native Messaging API. The Neuron ESB Test Client UI is an example of a .NET application hosting the Messaging API. The Messaging API consists of a number of .NET assembly DLL’s that can be deployed with a .NET client application. For example, a WPF application is involved where direct http-based communication is not feasible and it needs to communicate with and receive events from a Neuron ESB Instance. This module illustrates and demonstrates the basics of how to use the Neuron ESB Messaging API.

Description

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the namespaces and classes associated with Neuron ESB
  2. Understand the differences of communicating with Neuron ESB via the Messaging API vs. HTTP
  3. Implement the Messaging API to publish/subscribe to Topics
  4. Learn the how to publish messages either synchronously or asynchronously
  5. Learn how to use the Messaging API hosted in remote .NET applications
  6. Learn how to monitor events related to using the Messaging API
  7. Understand how to manage exceptions when using the Messaging API
  8. Understand the connection process when connecting to a remote Neuron ESB server
  9. Understand the connection process when connecting to a remote Neuron ESB server

Duration

1 hour

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