In the NetBeans IDE, expand the SynchronousSampleApplication node in the Projects window. Right-click Service Assembly and select Edit.
The CASA Editor opens in the NetBeans IDE, displaying the Design View of the Synchronous Sample application. The CASA Editor creates and modifies a .casa file, which contains the configuration information for the composite application. For this sample, the CASA Editor created the SynchronousSampleApplication.casa file.
In the CASA Editor, click the Build Project icon to build the composite application.
When the build successfully completes, the Design View displays a WSDL port endpoint, a JBI module, and the connection between the endpoint and the JBI module.
Right-click the SOAP Binding and select Clone WSDL Port to edit... from the popup menu.
The Clone WSDL port to CompApp dialog appears. Click OK to continue. The SOAP Binding icon now contains icons to access the Properties Editor and Server/Client Configuration.
Click the Server/Client Configuration icon on the SOAP Binding, and select Server Configuration.
The WS-Policy Attachment dialog box for the SOAP Binding port appears.
From the WS-Policy Attachment dialog box, click the check box for Reliable Message Delivery to enable reliable messaging, and click the check box for Deliver Messages In Exact Order to enable message order. For even more options click the Advanced button.