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FlowWright Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)

FlowWright has a powerful ESB that is similar to a traditional publisher-subscriber model, but a one that improves that model to improve performance.  FlowWright utilizes Event definition and Event handler definitions to create a bridge between Events and Event handlers.

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Once Events and Event handlers are defined within FlowWright using the Configuration Manager, Event handlers can be assigned to Events.  A single Event may have any number of Event handlers assigned to that Event.  The same Event handler can be also attached to multiple events.

Events can be published using the .Net API or the Web service API.

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Once an Event is published to the ESB, assigned event handlers will act on the Event.

Read the full documentation step-by step HERE 

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