CXF WS-RM Inbound Endpoint


WS­ReliableMessaging allows SOAP messages to be reliably delivered between distributed applications regardless of software or hardware failures. The CXF WS­-RM inbound endpoint allows a client (RM Source) to communicate with the Micro Integrator with a guarantee that a sent message will be delivered.


<inboundEndpoint xmlns=""
          <parameter name="inbound.cxf.rm.port">20940</parameter>
          <parameter name="inbound.cxf.rm.config-file">conf/cxf/server.xml</parameter>
          <parameter name="coordination">true</parameter>
          <parameter name=""></parameter>
          <parameter name="inbound.behavior">listening</parameter>
          <parameter name="sequential">true</parameter>


The following properties can be configured when creating a CXF WS-RM inbound endpoint.

Property Name Description The host name.
inbound.cxf.rm.port The port to listen to.

Note: When configuring an SSL-enabled cxf\_ws\_rm inbound endpoint, the inbound.cxf.rm.port parameter should be set to the same value as the engine port number specified in the CXF spring configuration file saved in the MI_HOME/conf/cxf directory. For example, in the above CXF spring configuration, the engine port is 8081. This same port number should be specified as the inbound.cxf.rm.port in the cxf\_ws\_rm inbound endpoint configuration.
inbound.cxf.rm.config-file The path to the CXF Spring configuration file.
enableSSL Set to true if SSL is enabled in the CXF Spring configuration file.
sequential The behavior when executing the given sequence.
When set as true , mediation will happen within the same thread. When set as false , the mediation engine will use the inbound thread pool. The default thread pool values can be found in the MI_HOME/conf/deployment.toml file, under the `[mediation]` section. The default setting is true.
Suspend If the inbound listener should pause when accepting incoming requests, set this to true. If the inbound listener should not pause when accepting incoming requests, set this to false.