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Chapter 1. Introduction to the FUSE Services Framework Service Engine

The FUSE Services Framework service engine allows you to develop services as annotated POJOs and deploy them as endpoints inside the ESB. Once the services are exposed inside the ESB other ESB endpoints can access the services they provide.

When working with this service engine involves three steps:

The FUSE Services Framework service engine has the following features:

Using the FUSE Services Framework service engine to develop a service usually involves the following steps:

  1. Implementing the service's functionality using an annotated POJO.

    If you want to start with Java code see Developing a Service Using Java as a Starting Point.

    If you want to start with a WSDL contract see Developing a Service Using WSDL as a Starting Point.

  2. Create a service unit to deploy the POJO into the FUSE Services Framework service engine.

    See Creating a Service Unit to Deploy a Service.

  3. Bundle the service unit into a service assembly so it can be deployed into the FUSE ESB container.

For more information about developing services using FUSE Services Framework see the FUSE Services Framework library..