When we deploy a typical EAI Services project to the Service Bus, all the artifacts and the components included in the project get deployed to the Service Bus. So, what are these artifacts and components.
Once these artifacts and components are deployed to the Service Bus, you might need to manage them like add/retrieve/delete artifacts, retrieve/delete bridge configuration, etc. Windows Azure Service Bus EAI/EDI Labs provides a REST interface that not only enable you to manage the artifacts and components deployed on the Service Bus, but let you do much more.
Here’s a list of things you can do using the REST interface for Service Bus EAI/EDI Labs”
As the message is being processed by the bridge, and if you have configured the bridge to turn on tracking, you can use REST interface to track the message as it gets processed by the bridge.