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Using the AquaLogic Service Bus Console

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What is BEA AquaLogic Service Bus?

BEA AquaLogic Service Bus is a configuration-based, policy-driven Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). It is targeted for service-oriented integration, managing Web Services, and providing traditional message brokering across heterogeneous IT environments. It combines intelligent message brokering with service monitoring and administration in a unified software product. AquaLogic Service Bus manages the routing and transformation of messages in an enterprise system. Through the AquaLogic Service Bus Console you control the service and policy configurations and you monitor system and operations tasks. AquaLogic Service Bus relies on WebLogic Server run-time facilities. For more information, see BEA AquaLogic Service Bus Concepts and Architecture.


Overview of the BEA AquaLogic Service Bus Console


The following table lists the available modules in the AquaLogic Service Bus Console and summarizes the tasks associated with each.


Associated Tasks

Change Center

Using the Change Center

Activating a Session

Viewing Configuration Changes

Undoing a Task

Viewing Task Details

Viewing All Sessions

Finding and Replacing Environment Values

Viewing and Resolving Conflicts

Project Explorer

Listing Projects

Adding a Project

Viewing Project Details

Deleting a Project

Adding a Folder

Viewing Folder Details

Deleting a Folder

Creating a Resource

Importing Resources in Bulk

Loading Resources from a Zip File

Loading Resources from a URL

Reviewing Loaded Resources

Viewing Import Results

Viewing References

Renaming a Resource

Moving a Resource

Exporting a WSDL

Adding a Business Service

Adding a Proxy Service

Adding an XML Schema

Adding a WSDL

Adding an XQuery Transformation

Adding an XSL Transformation

Adding an MFL

Adding a WS-Policy

Adding a Service Account

Adding a Proxy Service Provider

Testing Services

Testing Transformations


Viewing the Dashboard Statistics

Listing and Locating Services

Configuring Monitoring for Specific Services

Setting the Aggregation Interval for a Service

Viewing Service Monitoring Details

Listing and Locating Servers

Customizing Your View of the Server Summary

Viewing a Chart of Servers

Viewing Server Details

Viewing Server Log Files

Viewing Details of Server Log Files

Listing and Locating Alerts

Viewing a Chart of Alerts

Customizing Your View of Alerts

Viewing Alert Details

Creating an Alert Rule

Listing and Locating Alert Rules

Viewing and Changing Alert Rule Details

Deleting an Alert Rule


Listing and Locating Messages

Viewing Message Details

Purging Messages

Resource Browser

See Overview of Resource Browser for a list of tasks associated with this module.

Security Configuration

Adding a User

Listing and Locating Users

Viewing and Changing User Details

Deleting a User

Adding a Group

Listing and Locating Groups

Viewing and Changing Group Details

Deleting a Group

Adding a Role

Listing and Locating Roles

Viewing and Changing Role Details

Deleting a Role

Adding a Credential

Listing and Locating Credentials

Viewing and Changing Credential Details

Deleting a Credential

Listing and Locating Access Control Policies

Editing Transport Authorization Policies

Editing Service Authorization Policies

System Administration

Enabling Monitoring

Resetting Statistics for All Services

Importing Configuration Data

Exporting Configuration Data

Displaying Runtime Tracing Status of Proxy Services

Enabling Runtime Tracing Status of Proxy Services

Setting the Dashboard Polling Interval Refresh Rate

Configuring a UDDI Registry

Importing a Business Service from a UDDI Registry

Publishing a Proxy Service to a UDDI Registry



Starting the BEA AquaLogic Service Bus Console

To Start the BEA AquaLogic Service Bus Console

  1. Start BEA AquaLogic Service Bus using one of the following methods:
  2. When the server starts, enter the following URL in your browser:
  3. http://hostname:port/sbconsole

    where host represents the name of the machine on which WebLogic Server is running and port represents the port number.

    For example, if WebLogic Server is running on your local machine using the default port configuration, enter the following URL in your browser:


    The AquaLogic Service Bus Console login page is displayed.

  4. Enter the user name and the password you specified during the installation process.
  5. Click Login.

To Log Out of the AquaLogic Service Bus Console

To log out, click Logout on the banner near the top of the right panel of the AquaLogic Service Bus Console.


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