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Title: Setting Up the ESB Samples  
Author: Jackie Wheeler Jan 29, 2014
Last Changed by: Praneesha Chandrasiri Sep 23, 2017
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Enterprise Service Bus 4.9.0 (14)
    Page: Sample 353: Using Ruby Scripts for Mediation
    Page: Exposing ESB REST API via API Manager
    Page: FIX Transport
    Page: Sample 267: Switching from UDP to HTTP/S
    Page: Sample 266: Switching from TCP to HTTP/S
    Page: Converting the SOAP Messages to Plain Text Mail
    Page: Sample 350: Introduction to the Script Mediator Using JavaScript
    Page: Samples
    Page: ESB as a JMS Producer
    Page: Using REST with a Proxy Service
    Page: Clustering with JMS
    Page: Sample 381: Class Mediator to CBR Binary Messages
    Page: Synapse XPath Variables
    Page: Sample 354: Using Inline Ruby Scripts for Mediation
Enterprise Service Bus 4.8.1 (69)
    Page: Sample 3: Local Registry Entry Definitions, Reusable Endpoints and Sequences
    Page: Sample 8: Introduction to Static and Dynamic Registry Resources and Using XSLT Transformations
    Page: Sample 0: Introduction to ESB
    Page: JMS Transactions
    Page: Sample 100: Using WS-Security for Outgoing Messages
    Page: Sample 61: Routing a Message to a Dynamic List of Recipients
    Page: Sample 152: Switching Transports and Message Format from SOAP to REST POX
    Page: Sample 57: Dynamic Load Balancing between Three Nodes
    Page: Sample 651: Using Synapse Observers
    Page: Securing APIs
    Page: ESB as a JMS Consumer
    Page: Sample 4: Specifying a Fault Sequence with a Regular Mediation Sequence
    Page: Sample 55: Session Affinity Load Balancing between Failover Endpoints
    Page: Sample 14: Using Sequences and Endpoints as Local Registry Items
    Page: Sample 5: Creating SOAP Fault Messages and Changing the Direction of a Message
    Page: Sample 13: Dual Channel Invocation Through Synapse
    Page: Sample 154: Load Balancing with Proxy Services
    Page: Sample 2: CBR with the Switch-Case Mediator Using Message Properties
    Page: Sample 659: Huge EDI Message Processing with Smooks Mediator
    Page: Synapse XPath Variables
    Page: Sample 261: Switching between FIX Versions
    Page: Sample 381: Class Mediator to CBR Binary Messages
    Page: Sample 54: Session Affinity Load Balancing between Three Endpoints
    Page: Sample 50: POX to SOAP conversion
    Page: Sample 15: Using the Enrich Mediator for Message Copying and Content Enrichment
    Page: Store and Forward Using JMS Message Stores
    Page: Sample 250: Introduction to Switching Transports
    Page: Clustering with JMS
    Page: Using REST with a Proxy Service
    Page: Transaction Mediator Example
    Page: Converting the SOAP Messages to Plain Text Mail
    Page: Sample 62: Routing a Message to a Dynamic List of Recipients and Aggregating Responses
    Page: Sample 17: Transforming / Replacing Message Content with PayloadFactory Mediator
    Page: Sample 266: Switching from TCP to HTTP/S
    Page: Sample 6: Manipulating SOAP Headers and Filtering Incoming and Outgoing Messages
    Page: Sample 52: Using Load Balancing Endpoints to Handle Peak Loads
    Page: Sample 350: Introduction to the Script Mediator Using JavaScript
    Page: Sample 53: Using Failover Endpoints to Handle Peak Loads
    Page: Sample 153: Routing Messages that Arrive to a Proxy Service without Processing Security Headers
    Page: FIX Transport
    Page: Sample 364: Using Mediators to Execute Database Stored Procedures
    Page: Sample 300: Introduction to Tasks with a Simple Trigger
    Page: Sample 700: Introduction to Message Store
    Page: Using the Sample Clients
    Page: Sample 51: MTOM and SwA Optimizations and Request/Response Correlation
    Page: Samples
    Page: Sample 12: One-Way Messaging in a Fire-and-Forget Mode through ESB
    Page: Sample 354: Using Inline Ruby Scripts for Mediation
    Page: Sample 10: Introduction to Dynamic Endpoints with the Registry
    Page: Sample 11: Using a Full Registry-Based Configuration and Sharing a Configuration Between Multiple Instances
    Page: Sample 657: Distributed Transaction Management
    Page: Configuring Specific Use Cases
    Page: Sample 56: Using a WSDL Endpoint as the Target Endpoint
    Page: Sample 360: Introduction to DBLookup Mediator
    Page: Sample 363: Reusable Database Connection Pools
    Page: Sample 7: Using Schema Validation and the Usage of Local Registry for Storing Configuration Metadata
    Page: TCPMon Monitoring
    Page: Sample 353: Using Ruby Scripts for Mediation
    Page: Sample 658: Huge XML Message Processing with Smooks Mediator
    Page: Sample 1: Simple Content-Based Routing (CBR) of Messages
    Page: Sample 705: Load Balancing with Message Forwarding Processor
    Page: Sample 200: Using WS-Security with policy attachments for proxy services
    Page: Sample 9: Introduction to Dynamic Sequences with the Registry
    Page: Sample 267: Switching from UDP to HTTP/S
    Page: Sample 58: Static Load Balancing between Three Nodes
    Page: ESB as a JMS Producer
    Page: Sample 254: Using the File System as Transport Medium (VFS)
    Page: Sample 253: Bridging from JMS to HTTP and Replying with a 202 Accepted Response
    Page: Sample 16: Introduction to Dynamic and Static Registry Keys
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