Components in the Carbon platform add functionality to all WSO2 Carbon-based products. For example, the statistics component enables users to monitor system and service level statistics. A component in the Carbon platform is made up of one or more OSGi bundles, which is the modularization unit in OSGi similar to a JAR file in Java. For example, the statistics component contains two bundles: one is the back-end bundle that collects, summarizes, and stores statistics, and the other is the front-end bundle, which presents the data to the user through a user-friendly interface. This component-based architecture of the WSO2 Carbon platform gives developers flexibility to build efficient and lean products that best suit their unique business needs simply by adding and removing components.
Port offset can be passed to the server during startup as follows:
Alternatively, you can set it in the Ports section of
<PRODUCT_HOME>/repository/conf/carbon.xml as follows:
The tool boxes that come with samples use an embedded H2 database to persist summarized data. They only work with the default BAM installation. If you change the default settings (e.g., port offset values, H2 database settings), you should also change the corresponding Hive scripts.
For example, the Hive script associated with the default KPI Monitoring sample has Cassandra port set as 9160. If you change the port offset, you should manually change the Cassandra port too, by following these steps:
- After installing the tool box, log in to the management console, select List sub menu under Analytics menu. This will open the Available Scripts window.
- Set "cassandra.port" = "9161" in the phone_retail_store_script and Save.
An XML-based, extensible message envelope format, with "bindings" to underlying protocols. The primary protocols are HTTP and HTTPS, although bindings for others, including SMTP and XMPP, have been written.
WSO2 BAM Management Console
WSO2 BAM Management Console is a Web based control panel powered by JSP and AJAX which enables system administrators to interact with a running BAM instance without touching any underlying configuration files. The Management Console allows the users to command and control proxy services, sequences, transports, local entries, registry, modules, endpoints and much more.