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Transports and Interfaces: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration
■“About EAI Transports” on page9
About EAI Transports
Using Named Subsystems for Transport Parameters
Rules of Precedence for Parameter Specification
Common EAI Transport Parameters
About Object Interfaces and EAI
Database Level Interfacing
3EAI MQSeries Transport
■“About Siebel EAI MQSeries Transport” on page17
About Siebel EAI MQSeries Transport
EAI MQSeries Transport Named Subsystem
About the EAI MQSeries Server Transport
About the EAI MQSeries Transport Re-Entrance
About Message Id Tracking for an Inbound Message
Invoking a Workflow Process Using MQSeries Server Receiver
■“About MSMQ” on page27
About MSMQ
About EAI MSMQ Transport
Methods for Sending and Receiving Messages
Messages to a Siebel Application from an External System
EAI MSMQ Transport ■ Configuring the EAI MSMQ Transport Servers
EAI MSMQ Transport Named Subsystems
Configuring the EAI MSMQ Transport Servers
MSMQ Primary Enterprise Controller
Regional Enterprise Server and MSMQ Client
Configuring EAI MSMQ Transport for Various Send and Receive Scenarios
Defining Integration Objects
Sending Outbound Messages with EAI MSMQ Transport
Receiving Inbound Messages with EAI MSMQ Transport
Receiving Messages from MSMQ
Receiving, Dispatching, and Sending MSMQ Messages
■“About the EAI Java Business Service” on page47
■“Prerequisites for Implementing a JBS” on page47
About the EAI Java Business Service
Prerequisites for Implementing a JBS
Creating a Java Business Service
Implementing a Business Service in Java
About Exception Handling for the Java Business Service
Java Business Service ■ About the Lifecycle of a Java Business Service
About the Lifecycle of a Java Business Service
Example of a Java Business Service
About Restrictions for Implementing JBS
Troubleshooting the Java Business Service
■“About the Siebel EAI JMS Transport” on page53
About the Siebel EAI JMS Transport
About Synchronous and Asynchronous Invocation
About the JMS Publish-and-Subscribe Model
About Operations of the JMS Transport
Features Not Supported for Use with the Siebel JMS Transport
About JMS Message Types
About Sending and Receiving XML
About Multi-Step Operations Within a JMS Session
Undeliverable Messages in JMS Transport
Detailed Input and Output Specifications
JMS Headers and Properties
Input Arguments Used by the Dispatch Step
About Output of the JMS Transport
Configuring the JMS Transport
About the JMSSubsys Named Subsystem
About the JMS Receiver
Creating a JMS Subsystem by Using the Siebel Web Client
Sending and Receiving Messages with the JMS Transport
Receiving, Dispatching, and Sending JMS Messages
Enabling Authentication and Authorization for the EAI JMS Transport
About JMS Credential Specification
Configuring Credentials in JNDI
Configuring Credentials in JMS
Configuring Against BEA WebLogic
Configuring Against IBM WebSphere MQ
Security Configuration on the JMS Server
Troubleshooting for the JMS Transport
About Logging for the JMS Transport
General Information on How to Send a Message
Using the EAI HTTP Transport for Inbound Integration
Setting Configuration Parameters for Siebel Server
Login HTTP Request Example 1
Login HTTP Request Example 2
Logoff HTTP Request
EAI HTTP Transport for Inbound Messages
EAI HTTP Transport ■ Handling EAI HTTP Transport Business Service Errors
Handling EAI HTTP Transport Business Service Errors
Processing and Sending Outbound XML Documents
■Specifying Parameters as Business Service User Propertieson page91
Specifying Parameters as Business Service User Properties
Specifying Parameters as Subsystem Parameters
About Parameters as Run-Time Properties
About Parameters in Parameter Templates
Sending and Receiving Messages with the EAI HTTP Transport
Examples Using HTTP Request
EAI HTTP Transport ■ Creating Custom Headers for the EAI HTTP Transport Service
Creating Custom Headers for the EAI HTTP Transport Service
To create custom headers for the EAI HTTP Transport service
About Sending and Receiving Messages through HTTP
About Transport Headers and HTTP Response Headers
EAI HTTP Transport Method Arguments
■“About Siebel Applications and Java” on page105
About Siebel Applications and Java
About the JDB Business Service API
About the Siebel Code Generator
Invoking the Siebel Code Generator
To invoke the Siebel Code Generator
Code Generated for a Business Service
About Methods of Java Classes Generated for a Business Service
About the Code Generated for an Integration Object
About Running the Java Data Bean
Connect String and Credentials for the SiebelDataBean
Connection Parameters for the SiebelDataBean
Examples Using Generated Code for Integration Objects
About the Siebel Resource Adapter
Using the Resource Adapter
About the Connect String and Credentials for the Java Connector
About EAI DLL Transport Parameters
Creating a DLL to Call a Function in an External DLL
About the EAI File Transport
Configuring the EAI File Transport
Using the EAI File Transport Methods
Generating Unique Filenames
EAI File Transport Parameters
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