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Web Service Broker pattern explanation required

 
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Howdy
I have looked at Core J2EE patterns for Web Services Broker explanation. Is there any other source to look at ? More examples, etc..
As far as I understand, WSB works as simple messages router (based probably on content of SOAP headers). Is that correct ?
Another confusion:
There is a SOA component "Web Service Broker" (along with "subscriber" and "publisher"), I suspect that this is absolutely different from what we need to know on the test...
Could somebody from WS patterns gurus give us short explanation why we need this pattern ?
Thanks.
 
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