Message Based Services
In the past, it was common to handle data exchanges solely with file-based, asynchronous interface solutions with which it was impossible to send data on the basis of an event or in real-time.
However, immediate, event-based exchanges of data are much more suitable for many business processes.
When a customer subscribes to an electronic journal for example, they want to receive immediate access to the content they have purchased. With Klopotek Message Based Services, it is easy to implement such scenarios. When the subscription is created, the Klopotek software immediately generates an electronic message on the basis of this event. The message is then sent to the portal instructing it to authorize access for the customer.
With Message Based Services, the Klopotek software can both inform other systems of relevant changes in data and receive data from other systems – all in real-time.
Integrations are easier and more cost-effective because there are no delays.
Integrated business processes across multiple systems become more elegant or are made possible for the first time.
The quality of data improves.
- Full support for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
- Based on open Java Metadata Interface (JMI) standards
- Comprehensive documentation provided for all Message Based Services
- Message queues for exchanging messages can be run directly on Klopotek's JBoss-based Web Application Server (WAS) without the need for further infrastructure
- Klopotek's Web Application Server (WAS) is a fully-fledged application and integration server
- Message Based Services are compatible with and can be integrated into all popular Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) infrastructures and all external servers which support the open MBS standard
- Message Based Services are widely used and are constantly being enhanced.
- This feature works across the entire Klopotek system – in every module, in every form and with every product.