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Release 2 (9.0.2)

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1 Getting Started with Oracle9iAS InterConnect

What is Oracle9iAS InterConnect?
Oracle9iAS InterConnect Components
Standard Messaging
Oracle9iAS InterConnect Integration Process
Design Time
Separation of Integration Logic and Platform Functionality
Unique Integration Methodology
Integration Lifecycle Management
Using Adapters for Integration

2 Using iStudio

Overview of iStudio
iStudio Concepts
Starting iStudio
Parts of the iStudio Window
Menu Bar
Design Navigation Tree
Deploy Navigation Tree
Context Menus
Detail View
Using Workspaces in iStudio
Creating a New Workspace
Opening an Existing Workspace
Using Projects in iStudio
Creating a New Project
Opening an Existing Project

3 Creating Applications, Common Views, and Business Objects

Applications: An Overview
Application View
Application Data Types
Creating an Application
Common Views and Business Objects: An Overview
Defining Common Views

4 Using Events in iStudio

Events: An Overview
Event Maps
Creating Events
Publishing and Subscribing to an Event
Publishing an Event
Subscribing to an Event

5 Using Procedures in iStudio

Using Procedures
Creating a Procedure
Invoking and Implementing a Procedure
Invoking a Procedure
Implementing a Procedure
Exporting Stored Procedures

6 Enabling Infrastructure

Enabling Infrastructure
Content-Based Routing
Cross Reference Tables
Domain Value Maps
Working with Content-Based Routing
Modifying Content-Based Routing
Working with Cross Reference Tables
Creating Cross-Reference Tables
Adding Applications to Cross Reference Tables
Removing Applications From Cross Reference Tables
Populating Cross Reference Tables
Working with Domain Value Mappings
Creating a Domain Value Mapping Table
Adding Applications to Domain Value Mappings
Removing Applications From Domain Value Mappings
Modifying Domain Value Mappings
Deleting Domain Value Mappings
Deleting Domain Value Mapping Tables
Modifying Attribute Mappings
Removing Attribute Mappings
Adding Custom Transformations
Deleting Custom Transformations
Adding Mapping Variables
Deleting a Mapping Variable
Cross Reference Table Walk-Through
Domain Value Mappings Walk-Through

7 Using Oracle Workflow

Oracle Workflow Overview
Oracle Workflow Solves Common Business Problems
Oracle9iAS InterConnect Integration with Oracle Workflow
Design Time Tools
Using Oracle Workflow to Apply Business Logic
Install Oracle Workflow Components
Design Business Process
Deploy Business Processes for Runtime
Design Business Process
Process Bundle
Business Process
Creating a Process Bundle
Creating a Business Process
Populating a Business Process with Activities
Deploying to Oracle Workflow
Launching Oracle Workflow Tools
Modifying Existing Oracle Workflow Processes

8 Runtime System Concepts and Compents

Integration Architecture
Messaging Paradigms
Message Delivery
Message Retention
Routing Support
Error Management
Scalability and Load Balancing
Advanced Queues
Oracle Workflow

9 Runtime Management

Introduction to Runtime Management
Starting Oracle Enterprise Manager
Common Features for Adapters and the Repository
Repository Specific Features
Adapter Specific Features

A Integration Scenario

Integration Scenario Overview
The New Centralized System
The Legacy System
The Integration Scenario
Modeling the Integration
Integration Modeling using iStudio
Implementing the Scenario
Review Legacy System Database Trigger
Create a Project
Create the Common View Business Object
Create Business Object Events
Create Applications
Create a Cross Reference Table
Create Publish Events
Subscribing to Events
Create Content Based Routing
Create an Oracle Workflow Process Bundle
Deploy the Process Bundle to Oracle Workflow
Creating Objects in Oracle Workflow for Modeling
Modeling Business Logic in Oracle Workflow
Setting Queues
Pushing Metadata
Exporting and Installing Code

B Using the Data Definition Description Language

About D3L
What Is D3L?
When Is D3L Used?
Native Format Message and D3L File Example
Native Format Message Contents Description in a D3L File
Native Format Message Configuration with a D3L File
D3L File Structure
Supported D3L Data Types
D3L Integration with Oracle9iAS InterConnect Technology Adapters
Runtime Initialization
Native Format Message to Common View Incoming Message Translations
Common View to Native Format Message Outgoing Messages Translations
Installing D3L
Configuring D3L
Task 1: Configure D3L with iStudio
Task 2: Create a Native Format Message
Task 3: Create a D3L File Describing the Native Format Message
Task 4: Configure a Native Format Message with a D3L File
Task 5: Configure D3L with Oracle9iAS InterConnect Technology Adapters
Task 6: Import a D3L File in iStudio
Task 7: Define Metadata Properties with Each Event (Optional)
D3L Use Case
D3L Use Case Overview
Creating Data Type Definitions for Application Views
Configuring the aqapp_pub and fileapp_sub Applications in iStudio
Installing the Advanced Queuing and FTP Adapters
Running the D3L Use Case
Using Other Adapters and XML Mode
Additional D3L Sample Files and DTD
Additional D3L Sample Files

C Transformations

Copy Fields
Copy Object
Concat Fields
Expand Fields
Set Constant
True Conditional Lookup XRef
True Conditional Lookup DVM
Conditional Copy
True Conditional Copy
True Conditional Concat
True Conditional To Number
False Conditional Copy
False Conditional Concat
False Conditional To Number
To Number
Char Replace
String Replace
Lookup XRef
Delete XRef
Lookup DVM



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