In service mediation, the ESB exposes an endpoint on the ESB that accepts messages from clients on behalf of an external Web service. Typically, proxy services are used to receive and "mediate" these messages before they are proxied to the actual Web service. This allows WSO2 ESB to expose a Web service already available in one transport over a different transport, or expose a Web service that uses one schema or WSDL as a Web service that uses a different schema or WSDL.
See the following topics for more information on working with Web services:
- Accessing Services
- Managing Web Services
- Working with Topics and Events
- Per-Service Logs in WSO2 ESB
- Service Chaining Example