This documentation is for WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus version 5.0.0. For the latest ESB, view the latest WSO2 Enterprise Integrator documentation.

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You can create a new inbound endpoint or import an existing inbound endpoint from an XML file, such as a Synapse configuration file using WSO2 ESB tooling.

You need to have WSO2 ESB tooling installed to create a new inbound endpoint or to import an existing inbound endpoint via ESB tooling. For instructions on installing WSO2 ESB tooling, see Installing WSO2 ESB Tooling.

Creating a new inbound endpoint

Follow the steps below to create a new inbound endpoint. 

  1. In Eclipse, click the Developer Studio menu and then click Open Dashboard. This opens the Developer Studio Dashboard.
  2. Click Inbound Endpoint on the Developer Studio Dashboard. Alternatively, you can right-click on the ESB Config project and then click New > Inbound Endpoint.
  3. Select Create a New Inbound Endpoint and click Next.
  4. Give a name for the inbound endpoint, select the protocol type and click Finish.
  5. The created inbound endpoint opens in the ESB Graphical Editor as shown below:
  6. Drag and drop a sequence and an onError sequence from the tool palette as shown below:
  7. If you want to browse a sequence from the registry, right-click on the sequence and click Show Properties View.
  8. Point to an existing sequence in the registry in the Static Reference Key property.
  9. Right-click on the inbound endpoint and click Show Properties View to open the Property window.
  10. Update the parameters as preferred and the changes will be saved in the inbound endpoint configuration.

 

Importing an existing inbound endpoint

Follow the steps below to import an existing inbound endpoint from an XML file such as a Synapse configuration file, into an ESB Config project.

  1. In Eclipse, click the Developer Studio menu and then click Open Dashboard. This opens the Developer Studio Dashboard.
  2. Click Inbound Endpoint on the Developer Studio Dashboard. Alternatively, you can right-click on the ESB Config project and then click New > Inbound Endpoint.
  3. Select Import Inbound Endpoint and click Next.
  4. Specify the inbound endpoint file by typing its full path name or clicking Browse and navigating to the file.
  5. In the Save Inbound Endpoint In field, specify an existing ESB Config project in your workspace where you want to save the inbound endpoint, or click Create new ESB Project to create a new ESB Config project and save the endpoint there.  
  6. Click Finish. The inbound endpoint you selected is created in the inbound-endpoints folder under the ESB Config project you specified, and the inbound endpoint opens in the editor.
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