The best way to learn one or more webMethods products is to attend a training class. You can also take one or more of the online training modules.
If you are a webMethods customer, partner or a certified consultant you can download documentation and some tutorials from webMethods Advantage.
webMethods does not make developer copies of its products available so you will need to obtain legal copies through your customer or consulting firm.
The workhorse of the webMethods Fabric integration platform is webMethods Integration Server. You develop integration business logic using a language called Flow which can be extended using java.
Flow services are created graphically using Developer, but are persisted using XML files. These files are interpreted at runtime to execute business logic. Java services are compiled as methods of classes which execute inside IS.
Configuration settings are stored in properties files and xml configuration files. The webMethods IS Adapter Runtime (ART) reads these files at runtime to define pools of adapter connections and adapter notifications.
These and other questions are covered in the Integration Server Administrator’s Guide and in the Developer User’s Guide. IS Admin Guide is found in \IntegrationServer\doc. Developer User’s Guide is found in \Developer\docs.
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