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Oracle9iAS InterConnect User's Guide
Release 2 (9.0.2)

Part Number A92174-01
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populating a business process with, 7-10
adapter.ini file
configuring for D3L, B-22
setting the ota.d3ls parameter, B-6, B-22, B-45
setting the ota.type parameter, B-22, B-45
specifying the default message endpoint, B-18
adapters, 1-3
agents, bridges, 8-7
common features, 9-4
D3L responsibilities, B-2
features, 9-5
integration, 1-12
sdk, 1-4
agents, 8-7
use with D3L, B-14
application data types, 3-2
importing a D3L file, B-23
application view, 3-2
applications, 2-3
application view, 3-2
creating, 3-2
overview, 3-2
adding to common data types, 3-5
deleting and clearing from common data types, 3-8
importing for common data types, 3-6
modifying mappings, 6-11
removing mappings, 6-11


bridges, 8-7
use with D3L, B-14
browsers.init file
configuring for D3L, B-20
business objects, 2-3
creating, 3-3
defining in a D3L file, B-10
overview, 3-3
business process, 7-8
creating, 7-10
populating with activities, 7-10


common data types
adding attributes, 3-5
creating, 3-3
deleting and clearing attributes, 3-8
importing a D3L file, B-23
importing attributes, 3-6
common view, 2-3
defining, 3-3
overview, 3-3
components, 1-3
adapters, 1-3
management infrastructure, 1-4
oracle workflow, 1-5
oracle9ias interconnect hub, 1-3
repository, 8-9
sdk, 1-4
console monitors, 9-2
content-based routing, 2-6
working with, 6-2
context menu, 2-13
cross reference tables, 2-6
adding applications, 6-7
populating, 6-8
removing applications, 6-7
working with, 6-7
custom transformations
adding, 6-11
deleting, 6-12


D3L. See Data Definition Description Language (D3L)
Data Definition Description Language (D3L)
common view, B-26
common view to native format message outgoing messages translations, B-18
configuring a native format message with a D3L file, B-5, B-22
configuring the browsers.init file with iStudio, B-20
configuring with Oracle9iAS InterConnect Technology Adapters, B-22
creating a D3L file describing native format messages, B-21
creating a native format message, B-21
defining metadata properties with each event, B-24
importing a D3L file in iStudio, B-23
D3L DTD, B-58
D3L file examples, B-5, B-9, B-21, B-29, B-52, B-54, B-56
defining business objects, B-10
defining events, B-10
definition, B-2
file structure example, B-9
installing, B-20
iStudio values in the D3L file, B-10
magic value message header attributes, B-7, B-16
message header attributes, B-6
name/value pair message header attributes, B-6, B-15, B-22
native format message examples, B-4, B-21, B-28, B-54, B-56
native format message to common view incoming message translations, B-15
runtime initialization, B-14
setting the ota.d3ls parameter in the adapter.ini file, B-6
supported data types, B-11
unsuitable D3L formats, B-3
use case, B-26
configuring the aqapp_pub and fileapp_sub applications in iStudio, B-30
creating a business object Employee, B-31
creating a D3L file for the FTP adapter, B-28
creating a DTD file for the Advanced Queuing Adapter, B-27
creating a new workspace and new project, B-31
creating the aqapp_pub application, B-33
creating the fileapp_sub application, B-39
creating the newEmployee Event, B-32
defining the application queue for the aqapp_pub application, B-38
defining the application view, B-35, B-40
defining the application view to common view mapping, B-36, B-41
enabling the aqapp_pub application to publish the newEmployee event, B-34
installing the Advanced Queuing and FTP adapters, B-42
making the fileapp_sub application subscribe to the newEmployee event, B-40
overview of aqapp_pub and fileapp_sub applications, B-26
running the use case, B-46
selecting the event to publish, B-34
selecting the event to which to subscribe, B-40
using other adapters, B-50
using XML mode, B-50
when to use, B-3
XML mode, B-2
data types
supported by D3L, B-11
deploy navigation tree, 2-12
to oracle workflow, 7-12
design navigation tree, 2-12
design time, 1-7
design time tools, 7-4
detail view, 2-13
development kit, 1-3
domain value mapping tables
deleting, 6-10
domain value mappings, 2-7
adding applications to, 6-9
creating, 6-9
deleting, 6-10
modifying data in, 6-10
removing, 6-9
working with, 6-9


edit menu, 2-10
enabling infrastructure, 6-2
content-based routing, 6-2
cross reference tables, 6-7
domain value mappings, 6-9
error management
resubmission, 8-4
tracing, 8-4
tracking, 8-4
event maps, 4-2
event menu, 2-10
events, 2-3
creating, 4-3
defining in a D3L file, B-10
importing a D3L file, B-23
overview, 4-2
publishing, 4-4, 4-5
subscribing, 4-12


adapter, 9-5
error management, 8-4
integration lifecycle management, 1-11
integration logic, platform functionality, 1-8
integration methodology, 1-9
message delivery, 8-3
message retention, 8-3
messaging paradigms, 8-2
repository, 9-5
routing support, 8-3
scalability and load balancing, 8-4
standard messaging, 1-5


help menu, 2-10
hub and spoke
how it works, 1-9


enabling, 6-2
oracle workflow components, 7-7
create a cross reference table, A-14
create a project, A-8
create an oracle workflow process bundle, A-30
create applications, A-13
create business object events, A-10
create common view business object, A-9
create content based routing, A-28
create publish events, A-15
creating objects in oracle workflow for modeling, A-35
deploy the process bundle to oracle workflow, A-33
deployment, A-43
dtd code, A-11
exporting and installing code, A-44
implementing the scenario, A-6
legacy system, A-2
legacy system database trigger, A-6
modeling business logic in oracle workflow, A-39
modeling the integration, A-4
new centralized system, A-2
overview, A-2
pushing metadata, A-44
setting queues, A-43
subscribing to events, A-19
the integration scenario, A-3
using adapters, 1-12
using istudio for modeling, A-5
integration architecture, 8-2
integration logic, 1-8
integration methodology, 1-9
integration process
design time, 1-7
overview, 1-7
runtime, 1-7
istudio, 1-3
activities, 7-8
adding applications to cross reference tables, 6-7
adding applications to domain value mappings, 6-9
adding custom transformations, 6-11
adding mapping variables, 6-12
application data types, 3-2
applications, 2-3
common views and business objects, 2-3
concepts, 2-2
content-based routing, 2-6, 6-2
context menu, 2-13
creating a business object, 3-3
creating a business process, 7-10
creating a new project, 2-15
creating a new workspace, 2-13
creating a procedure, 5-3
creating a process bundle, 7-10
creating an application, 3-2
creating an event, 4-3
creating common data types, 3-3
creating domain value mappings table, 6-9
cross reference tables, 2-6, 6-7
deleting custom transformations, 6-12
deleting domain value mapping tables, 6-10
deleting domain value mappings, 6-10
deleting mapping variables, 6-13
deploy navigation tree, 2-12
design navigation tree, 2-12
detail view, 2-13
domain value mapping, 2-7
domain value mappings, 6-9
event maps, 4-2
events, 2-3, 4-2
exporting stored procedures, 5-18
implementing a procedure, 5-12
invoking a procedure, 5-5
invoking and implementing a procedure, 5-4
launching oracle workflow builder, 7-16
launching oracle workflow tools, 7-15
launching the oracle workflow home page, 7-15
mapping, transformations, 2-4
menu bar, 2-9
metadata versioning, 2-5
modifying attribute mappings, 6-11
modifying data in domain value mappings, 6-10
opening a project, 2-16
opening a workspace, 2-14
overview, 2-2
parts of the window, 2-8
populating cross reference tables, 6-8
procedures, 2-4, 5-2
projects, 2-14
publishing an event, 4-4, 4-5
removing applications from cross reference tables, 6-7
removing applications from domain value mappings, 6-9
removing attribute mappings, 6-11
routing, message capability matrix, 2-7
sdk, 1-4
starting, 2-7
subscribing to an event, 4-12
toolbar, 2-11
tracking fields, 2-6
workspaces, 2-13


mapping, 2-4
mapping and transformations, 2-4
mapping variables
adding, 6-12
deleting, 6-13
menu bar, 2-9
edit menu, 2-10
event menu, 2-10
file menu, 2-9
help menu, 2-10
procedure menu, 2-10
message capability matrix, 2-7
standard, 1-5
supported paradigms, 1-6
defining for D3L, B-24
metadata versioning, 2-5


native format message
examples, B-4, B-21, B-28, B-54, B-56


oracle enterprise manager
starting, 9-2
Oracle Technology Adapters. See adapters
oracle workflow, 1-5, 7-2
apply business logic, 7-7
composite services, 7-3
deploy business process for runtime, 7-7
deployment, 7-12
design business process, 7-7, 7-8
design time tools, 7-4
error management, 7-2
installing components, 7-7
integration with oracle applications interconnect, 7-4
launching oracle workflow builder, 7-16
launching the home page, 7-15
launching tools, 7-15
message junctions, 7-3
modify existing processes, 7-17
overview, 7-2
runtime, 7-6
solves business problems, 7-2
stateful routing, 7-3
oracle9ias interconnect
components, 1-3
management infrastructure, 1-4
overview, 1-2
sdk, 1-4
using oracle workflow, 7-7
oracle9ias interconnect components
development kit, 1-3
oracle9ias interconnect hub, 1-3
ota.d3ls parameter
setting in the adapter.ini file, B-6, B-22, B-45
ota.type parameter
setting in the adapter.ini file, B-2, B-22, B-45


platform functionality, 1-8
procedure menu, 2-10
procedures, 2-4
creating, 5-3
exporting stored procedures, 5-18
implementing, 5-12
importing a D3L file, B-23
invoking, 5-5
invoking and implementing, 5-4
using, 5-2
process bundle, 7-8
creating, 7-10
creating, 2-15
opening, 2-16
using, 2-14


common features, 9-4
features, 9-5
routing, 2-7
routing support
content-based routing, 8-3
runtime, 1-7, 7-6
components, 8-6
features, 8-2
management features, 9-4
runtime components
adapters, 8-6
advanced queues, 8-9
workflow, 8-10
runtime management, 9-2


standard messaging, 1-5
stored procedures, 5-18


toolbar, 2-11
tracking fields, 2-6
transformations, 2-4
char replace, C-7
concat fields, C-2
conditional copy, C-4
copy fields, C-2
copy object, C-2
delete xref, C-9
expand fields, C-2
false conditional concat, C-5
false conditional copy, C-5
false conditional to number, C-6
increment, C-10
l trim, C-7
lookup dvm, C-9
lookup xref, C-9
lpad, C-8
r trim, C-8
rpad, C-8
set constant, C-3
string replace, C-7
to number, C-6
true conditional concat, C-4
true conditional copy, C-4
true conditional lookup dvm, C-3
true conditional lookup xref, C-3
true conditional to number, C-5
truncate, C-10
x substring, C-6


creating, 2-13
opening, 2-14
using, 2-13

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