We are currently evaluating SonicMQ (and soon adding the DXSI) and are trying to do the simplest things and running in to problems.

One issue could be that we are not used to Eclipse and Java was a while since we coded.

But have been using the eLearning libraries to get the basics up and running. But now we are a bit stuck, after we finally managed to make a call to an actual service (and not some XML files as the example eLearning used). And a sidenote here is that it aint logical to add the function name as the parameter of the call when making a scenario to a function not having any input parameters... Not when the function is named beside it...

Either way, the eLearning libraries are for 7.6 and the evaluation version we have is 8.5. And there is not the best of matches there but from some, at times, wild clicking small steps are made towards success...

After a little time we realize that we need a SonicConnect project and not an ESB project to be able to expose the service. We create the new project, add the wsdl we want to call. And as an unwanted mail from the tax collectors we get 25 errors from the spring.xml file. Hmm, ok some JAR missing, checking the project properties and there everything that is spring is checked and included. Dynamic data model is included, java is included...

So my question is basically, is there some good tutorial anywhere out there which in a detailed fashion creates a web service process with call out and everything anywhere?

Not of the style "click here, click here, use this premade file and then run and see that it works".

All and every help is appreciated.