This schema library contains SOAP and REST services for many of the opentravel message sets. All the hard work is done. All you have to do is implement the service that processes the messages.
For example, this library contains SOAP and REST services that process the opentravel.org Tour Activity messages. You only need to implement the touractivity interface and register your service. The SOAP and REST services will automatically use your implementation. The following example shows you how to do this with the opentravel.org 'ping' service.
For more detailed example, check out my blog here.
In this example you will install a simple web service that uses SOAP and REST protocols. This web service implements the opentravel.org ping service. When you send a Ping request this service echos a Ping reply
The service source code for this example is in our repository here.
This example uses three services:
Step 1: Download Apache karaf and start it up.
tar zxvf apache-karaf-x.x.x.tar.gz cd apache-karaf-x.x.x bin/karaf
Step 2: Add and run the JiBX OSGi bundles in this example.
feature:repo-add mvn:org.apache.cxf.karaf/apache-cxf/3.0.3/xml/features feature:install cxf http obr obr:addurl http://www.jibx.org/repository.xml feature:install cxf-databinding-jibx obr:start -d org.jibx.schema.org.opentravel._2012B.ping.ws.service obr:start -d org.jibx.schema.org.opentravel._2012B.ping.ws.rest obr:start -d org.jibx.schema.org.opentravel._2012B.ping.ws.soap
You just added cxf and a web server to your OSGi container. Then you started a REST and SOAP server and your ping web service.
Step 3: Click this link http://localhost:8092/rest/ping/ping/Hello to send a 'Hello' message to the RESTful ping service.
Load client.html (from the opentravel-ping-service project root directory) into your favorite browser and click 'send'. Most browsers will display the soap xml message returned from the web service (some will just display 'status: 0'). To see the wsdl from karaf, Click here.