The WSO2 Enterprise Integrator (EI) 6.2.0 Released!

WSO2 Integration team is pleased to announce the release of version 6.2.0
of the Open Source Enterprise Integrator (EI). WSO2 EI is a unified
distribution of WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus, and WSO2 Data Services Server,
which works as a single runtime (Integrator) along with optional runtimes
for WSO2 Analytics, Business Process Server, Message Broker, and
Microservices Framework for Java (MSF4J). The product distribution includes
a shared component directory with profile-based management capabilities for
each runtime.

WSO2 EI simplifies integration by allowing users to easily configure
message routing, mediation, transformation, logging, task scheduling, load
balancing, failover routing, event brokering, etc. Data services and
microservices can also be hosted and exposed using WSO2 EI. These
integration capabilities are further powered by the capabilities of WSO2
Analytics, Business Process Server and Message Broker, and MSF4J runtimes.
Installation and RunningRunning the Integrator


   Extract the downloaded file.

   Go to the bin directory in the extracted folder.

   Run or integrator.bat as appropriate.

   Point your browser to the URL https://localhost:9443/carbon.

   Use "admin", "admin" as username and password to login as an admin user.

   If you need to start the OSGi console with the server, use the property
   -DosgiConsole when starting the server.

Running other runtimes individually (Analytics, Broker, Business-Process,


   Extract and go to the extracted directory.

   Go to wso2ei-6.2.0/wso2 directory.

   Go to appropriate runtime directory
   (analytics/broker/business-process/msf4j) /bin.

   Execute or wso2server.bat. ( or carbon.bat for
   msf4j profile)

   Access the url related to the required runtime. (For example, use
   https://localhost:9445/carbon for the business-process runtime.)

New Features for this release


   General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Compliance

   Enhanced script mediator to use the Nashorn engine

   Enhanced performance of the cache mediator

   VFS transport upgraded to use the Apache VFS 2.2 library

   New look and feel for WSO2 Developer Studio

Key Features of WSO2 EI


   Proxy services - facilitating synchronous/asynchronous transport,
   interface (WSDL/Schema/Policy), message format (SOAP 1.1/1.2, POX/REST,
   Text, Binary), QoS (WS-Addressing/WS-Security), and optimization switching

   API facilitating building REST APIs.

   Non-blocking HTTP/S transports based on Apache HttpCore-NIO for
   ultra-fast execution and support for thousands of connections at high
   concurrency with constant memory usage.

   Built in Registry/Repository, facilitating dynamic updating and
   reloading of the configuration and associated resources. (e.g. XSLTs, XSD,
   WSDL, Policies, JS configurations, etc.)

   Easily extendable via custom Java classes (mediator and command)/Spring
   configurations, or BSF Scripting languages (Javascript, Ruby, Groovy, etc.)

   Built in support for scheduling tasks using the Quartz scheduler.

   Load-balancing (with or without sticky sessions)/Fail-over, clustered
   Throttling and Caching support.

   WS-Security, Caching and Throttling configurable via
   (message/operation/service level) WS-Policies.

   Lightweight, XML, and Web services centric messaging model.

   Support for industrial standards (Hessian binary web service protocol/
   Financial Information eXchange protocol and optional Health Level-7

   Enhanced support for the VFS (File/FTP/SFTP), JMS, Mail transports with
   optional TCP/UDP transports, and transport switching among any of the above

   Support for message splitting and aggregation using the EIP, and service

   Database lookup and store support with DBMediators with reusable
   database connection pools.

   WS-Eventing support.

   Rule based mediation of the messages using the Drools rule engine.

   Transactions support via the JMS transport, and database transactions
   support with Transaction mediator.

   Internationalized GUI management console with user management for
   configuration development.

   Integrated monitoring support with statistics, configurable logging and

   JMX monitoring support and JMX management capabilities such as
   Graceful/Forceful shutdown/restart.

   Deploying Business Processes written in compliance with WS-BPEL 2.0
   Standard and BPEL4WS 1.1 standard.

   Deploying Business Processes written in compliance with a frequently
   used subset of BPMN 2.0 standard.

   Support for Human Interactions in BPEL Processes with WS-Human Task and

   Comprehensive and customizable web applications for managing human
   tasks, bpmn processes and instances.

Bug Fixes for this release

Known Issues

All the open issues pertaining to WSO2 EI 6.2.0 are reported at following


   WSO2 EI 6.2.0 component issues

   WSO2 Developer Studio issues

Documentation <>

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Thank you for your interest in WSO2 Enterprise Integrator.

-- The WSO2 EI Team --

*Prabushi Samarakoon*
Software Engineer
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