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Service virtualization in Java

 
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Hi,

How to implement Service Virualization in java? Apart from using cloud computing and create a visual assets, is there any way in java we can create service virualization? If so how to do it?
Any examples/links are highly appreciated.

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What, exactly, are you trying to virtualize, and for what purpose?

And do you mean "virtual" assets? "Visual" assets means nothing to me.
 
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Thanks Ulf, it is virtual assets there was a typo. Yes I wnat to implement service virtualization for my SOAP based webservice app which runs in weblogic 10.0, how I can do it in java? Any ideas are welcome. Thanks.
 
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So you want to build a WS that acts as a frontend for another WS? I don't see any particular difficulty in this; what do you have so far? If you haven't started, what ideas have you had?
 
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Thanks Ulf, I am pretty new to this, hence any ideas are welcome. When we talk about service virtualization to achieve this whether we need to deploy the WS app. in cloud in some AWS? Or is there any way to achieve this in a better way in java? How we can create a virtual assets for a WS, etc? Any ideas are appreciated
 
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It sounds a bit as if you're not sure what you're supposed to be doing. I think these are questions for whoever gave you this task.
 
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Rithanya Laxmi wrote:When we talk about service virtualization to achieve this...


Achieve what?

TBH, I don't even know what you mean by "service virtualization" (although it sounds like a fancy name for a layer of indirection to me) - but YOU had better be sure that you know exactly what it means before you write one line of Java code.

Better still, back up and explain the problem you're trying to solve, without a lot of buzzwords, and maybe we'll be in a better position to help.

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