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3rdPartyIntegration

3rdPartyIntegration

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If the ultimate target of the message is a PeopleSoft system, the message body must be XML, and must conform
to a specific standard. The following is an example of that standard:
















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The root node of the document is the name of the corresponding message in the message table, in this case the
EXAMPLE_REQUEST_MESSAGE.

Under the “FieldTypes” node, the next element is the name of the child record for this particular version of the
message: EXAMPLE_ITEM. Under EXAMPLE_ITEM is a list of nodes that describe each field in the record.

Under the “MsgData” and “Transaction” nodes is the actual data in the request. The next node is the name of the
child record of the message, followed by the list of all the field names with concrete values for each.

For further information about this standard, please refer to the Integration Broker PeopleBook.

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