Java validating xml schema ranch
That way, you don't encumber anything serious you're using Eclipse for and can refer back to them and to the source code therein. HTTP includes several operations (or methods) and it's important to structure one's server and application to supply or request data based on careful compartmentalization per operation and data. Here's a comparison table about HTTP-based protocols: RESTful addendum.
See excellent book (this is a shameless plug): Allamaraju, Subbu, RESTful Web Services Cookbook: Solutions for Improving Scalability and Simplicity, 320 pages, O'Reilly/Yahoo Press, March, 2010. These two are available from Google for free perusal. And now, on with my review of and notes on the tutorial...
For all the examples, any one of the two schema representations may be adopted.
Both representations exhibit the flexibility to describe the data structure using the W3C schema language.
Some features are available only with the Mule Enterprise version of the JDBC transport, which are noted below.
The JDBC Transport lets you send and receive messages with a database using the JDBC protocol.
Some features are available only with the Mule Enterprise version of the JDBC transport, which is available with version 1.6 and later of Mule Enterprise. Transport - The name/protocol of the transport Docs - Links to the Java Doc and Schema Doc for the transport Inbound - Whether the transport can receive inbound events and can be used for an inbound endpoint Outbound - Whether the transport can produce outbound events and be used with an outbound endpoint Request - Whether this endpoint can be queried directly with a request call (via Mule Clinet or the Event Context) Transactions - Whether transactions are supported by the transport.
It saves you the trouble of writing your own database client code and is more portable if you decide to change databases in the future.
Streaming - Whether this transport can process messages that come in on an input stream.
This allows for very efficient processing of large data. Retry - Whether this transport supports retry policies.
The JDBC Transport allows you to send and receive messages with a database using the JDBC protocol.
Common usage includes retrieving, inserting, updating, and deleting database records, as well as invoking stored procedures (for example, to create new tables dynamically).