execute the shell cmd from Java.
Expose the Java class as a web service.
Invoke from BPEL.
I got the Java code from here
Essentially the web service operation accepts in a website as string.
All I do is execute a ping and then return the result.
I massaged it a bit and then deployed as a web service to Weblogic.
I then created the composite -
In the first two parts of this I talked about how Securing Big Data is about layers, and then about how you need to use the power of Big Data to secure Big Data. The next part is "what do you do with all that data?". This is where Machine Learning and Mathematics comes in, in other words its about how you use Big Data analytics to secure Big Data.
What you want to do is build up a picture of
Just a short head-ups, that there is an interesting and free webinar upcoming with Red Hat's Christian Posta (@christianposta) about how to use patterns from SOA to build out intelligent routing systems with Apache Camel, and centralized management, service discovery, versioning, and tooling support from JBoss Fuse.
In the first part of Securing Big Data I talked about the two different types of security. The traditional IT and ACL security that needs to be done to match traditional solutions with an RDBMS but that is pretty much where those systems stop in terms of security which means they don't address the real threats out there, which are to do with cyber attacks and social engineering. An ACL is only
D:\BBB\inTrigger is my directory for incoming orders - 1 order per file.
I do not want to start processing the orders until all have been received.
This will be signaled by the arrival of a file called end.txt.
Here is my composite -