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M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorksTM 5.3
Student Workbook April 7, 2006

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Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Module Agenda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Module Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Materials and Lab Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TIBCO Certified Professional Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TIBCO Certification Exam Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3 4 5 7 8 9

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Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TIBCO Software Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . How TIBCO Delivers for Customers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The TIBCO Advantage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TIBCO Delivers: SOA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOA Platform: TIBCO BusinessWorks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Application Integration: TIBCO Adapter Suite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Building the Enterprise Service Bus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monitoring and Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Partner Integration: TIBCO BusinessConnect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Data Integration: TIBCO DataExchange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mainframe Integration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TIBCO Collaborative Information Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TIBCO Delivers: BPM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BPM: TIBCO iProcess Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BPM: TIBCO iProcess Decision Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BPM: TIBCO iProcess Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TIBCO Delivers: Business Optimization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rich Client: TIBCO General Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Business Optimization: TIBCO BusinessEvents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Business Optimization: TIBCO PortalBuilder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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.115 Domain Communications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Deploy Credit Check Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Deployment Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Test Credit Check Service . . .116 User Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOAP Web Service Operations . .112 Deploying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105 Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Unit 5 Deployment and Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114 Managing and Monitoring Deployments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lab B: Implement Credit Check Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Generate Credit Check Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Process. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Why Use XML Canon with BW? . . . . . . . . . 108 Building Enterprise Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Domain Resource Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page v . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 TIBCO Software Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . What Are Web Services?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOAP Message Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Lab C: Deploy Credit Check Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOAP Web Service Client . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Archive Credit Check Service for Deployment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Lab Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113 Redeploying and Versioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Configuring Deployment Details . . .85 86 87 88 89 90 92 93 94 97 Objectives . . .Program Contents Unit 4 Generate Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117 Domain Authorization and Access . . . . .119 Version Control Using TIBCO XML Canon™. . . . . . . Generating a Service . . . . . . . . . 127 Manage and Monitor Credit Check Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOAP Web Services in BusinessWorks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Validating Project for Deployment . Lab Implementation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 Application Deployment in Administrator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adapter and Shared Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 TIBCO BusinessWorks™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Business Process Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Project Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Multi-Platform Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Conclusions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 Test Your Skills Lab Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144

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Program Overview

Welcome to Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3. This one day program provides hands-on experience designing, testing, deploying and managing TIBCO BusinessWorks™ projects. This introductory unit provides an overview of the course, including learning objectives, agenda and lab environment.

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To begin the course, tell the instructor and your classmates about your background and experience. Describe your expectations for the course, and, in particular, how you plan to use TIBCO BusinessWorks to address your own business integration needs.

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Service Generation • Lab B 5. Summary © TIBCO Software Inc. Following this you learn how to develop.Program Overview Module Agenda 1. reinforced by hands-on exercises. Introducing TIBCO Solutions 2. Introducing TIBCO BusinessWorks 5. TIBCO Software Inc. Page 3 . TIBCO Education Programs Module Agenda After briefly reviewing TIBCO as a company and the solutions it delivers. Process Design and Testing • Lab A 4. The instructor will provide time for breaks during the course. you have an overview of BusinessWorks components and a product demonstration. deploy and manage BusinessWorks projects.3 3. Engine Deployment and Management • Lab C 6.

including: ■ Essential Page 4 S S Skills • • • • • • Navigate TIBCO Designer and Administrator environments Create BW projects and processes Configure activities and resources Test and debug processes Generate services Deploy and manage engine TIBCO Education Programs knowledge and skills to design. Module Objectives Through a combination of instructor-led lecture. TIBCO Education Programs .M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. product demonstrations and practical exercises. the goal of this course is to give you a solid introduction to TIBCO BusinessWorks.3 Module Objectives Knowledge • Define BusinessWorks components • Explain TIBCO Designer development environment • Explain TIBCO Administrator runtime environment © TIBCO Software Inc. deploy and manage basic BusinessWorks projects. test.

where XX is a unique number between 01 . S S Labs and Exercises • Student CD • Self-extracts to C:\BWEDU User IDs and Passwords • userXX / userXX ' To Do: • Extract Student CD • Access BW Home Page at: http://edusvr:8080/bw/index. Each student machine (hostname userXX) includes a full installation of TIBCO BusinessWorks. Each machine may also include a full installation of TIBCO Enterprise Message Service and TIBCO Adapter for ActiveDatabase The user IDs and passwords you will need to access various applications during the class are userXX.Program Overview Materials and Lab Environment S S Materials • Workbook • Slides and notes Environment • Windows 2003 and XP – edusvr instructor server – userXX student clients © TIBCO Software Inc. The files you’ll need to participate in the course labs are provided on the course CD that accompanies this book. Materials and Lab Environment The instructor machine (hostname edusvr) is the class server. TIBCO Software Inc.html TIBCO Education Programs Page 5 .15 assigned to each student by the instructor. Complete the steps that follow on the next page to download the course files from the CD and setup your C:\BWEDU directory.

Insert the BWEDU Student CD that accompanies this workbook into your local media drive. At the "Download" dialog. 2. 3. The directory C:\BWEDU will be auto-created on your local machine. select the Download Lab Files link.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. click OK.3 Establish Your C:\BWEDU Working Directory Complete these steps to set up your working directory for the course lab exercises: 1. In the index page that appears. Page 6 TIBCO Education Programs . click Open. 4. Within this directory are subfolders that contain the files you’ll need during the course lab exercises. At the "Welcome" dialog.

visit www. you can validate your skills and gain credibility with your customers and colleagues.tibco. TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Certified Professional Program Our certification programs are designed to meet the industry’s growing demands for top technology talent with TIBCO expertise. TIBCO Software Inc.com/services/educational/certification © TIBCO Software Inc.Program Overview TIBCO Certified Professional Program Official Recognition for Expertise in TIBCO Technologies TIBCO offers the following certification credentials: • TIBCO Certified Professional for TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5 • TIBCO Certified Professional for TIBCO Enterprise Message Service™ 4 • TIBCO Certified Professional for TIBCO Rendezvous® 7 • TIBCO Certified Professional for TIBCO® Staffware Process Definer i10 TIBCO Certified Professionals are entitled to a 20% discount on all Technical Learning Center classes. For TCP Program requirements and details. By earning the TIBCO Certified Professional credential(s). Page 7 .

com. Telephone US/Canada: Toll free (877) 370-4095 Outside US/Canada: S S • Visit www. To find the testing center most convenient to you. S Page 8 • On-line exam registration is currently available in most countries.com/contactus/testtakers for a complete list of registration phone numbers © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Education Programs .2test.400 Authorized Prometric Testing Centers in over 140 countries.3 TIBCO Certification Exam Registration On-line Candidates can register on-line for certification exams through Prometric at www.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. the leading worldwide provider of comprehensive technology-based testing and assessment services. Prometric administers testing programs through more than 2. use the Testing Center Locator at www.com/tcl.prometric.2test. TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Certification Exam Registration TIBCO provides its certification exams through Prometric.

rules and guidelines apply as defined by the specific customer site. TIBCO Education Programs Facilities TIBCO’s facilities are designated by these signs. Page 9 . TIBCO Software Inc. If this training course is being held at a customer site.Program Overview Facilities Building Hours Building Hours Phones Phones Parking Parking Messages Messages Restrooms Restrooms Smoking Smoking Meals Meals Recycling Recycling © TIBCO Software Inc.

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page 26 ■ Mainframe ■ TIBCO Collaborative Information Management. page 20 ■ Application ■ Building the Enterprise Service Bus. page 18 ■ TIBCO ■ SOA Platform: TIBCO BusinessWorks. page 19 Integration: TIBCO Adapter Suite. page 27 TIBCO Software Inc. Business Process Management (BPM) and Business Optimization solutions.Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions Unit 1 Introducing TIBCO Solutions TIBCO Software Inc. page 25 Integration. page 14 TIBCO Advantage. page 22 ■ Monitoring ■ Partner ■ Data Integration: TIBCO BusinessConnect. ■ TIBCO ■ How ■ The page 12 Software Inc. Page 11 . page 24 Integration: TIBCO DataExchange.. page 21 and Management. Topics ■ Objectives. page 13 TIBCO Delivers for Customers. is a leading enterprise software company providing Service-oriented Architecture (SOA). page 16 Delivers: SOA.

■ Discuss ■ To ■ To ■ To ■ Identify the TIBCO software products that support the critical challenges that these solutions present TIBCO Education Programs . accelerate projects. known for its independent and innovative position in the market. Objectives On completion of this unit you will be able to: ■ Describe Page 12 S S S Identify the TIBCO software components supporting SOA. initiatives and go-to-market cycles automate and streamline business processes improve operational visibility. BO and BPM solutions • Define unique TIBCO terminology TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Software Inc. as one of the world’s leading software providers. as a company Discuss three key demands and TIBCO solutions for: • Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) • Business Optimization (BO) • Business Process Management (BPM) © TIBCO Software Inc. collaboration and be proactive. namely.3 Objectives Introduce TIBCO Software Inc.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. the three main reasons why organizations come to depend on TIBCO solutions.

The first to introduce the “information bus” and publish/subscribe messaging. Proven Solutions: With over 2. TIBCO Software Inc. 175+ partners 50+ worldwide offices Years of continued growth Professional Certifications Financial Strength Listed on NASDAQ: TIBX S S S TIBCO Education Programs Page 13 . Strong brand and company: We have a large R&D commitment to drive innovation in support of customer demands. Growing and Profitable © TIBCO Software Inc. This momentum and a very strong cash position place TIBCO as one of the world’s top 20 software companies.500+ customers. TIBCO is a leading provider of business integration and process management software (according to the Gartner Group). tie integration and workflow together for next generation process management and enable enterprise integration. Both key benchmarks of a leader! TIBCO Software Inc. define “real-time business. growing and profitable business.” link businesses together in partner portals.500 customers and 175 partners we’ve established a strong.Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions TIBCO Software Inc. A leading provider of business integration and process management software Proven Ability to Execute Strong. We stay in tune with an active users community (TUCON) and a professional Certification Program. S S S S 20 years of delivering leading software products and services 2.

initiatives. link businesses together in partner portals. TIBCO Education Programs How TIBCO Delivers for Customers TIBCO is a leading provider of business integration and process management software (according to the Gartner Group). define “real-time business”. Solutions: With over 2. growing and profitable business. and go-to-market cycles © TIBCO Software Inc. This momentum and a very strong cash position place TIBCO as one of the world’s top 20 software companies.3 How TIBCO Delivers for Customers Increase operational efficiency and effectiveness Improve operational visibility.500 customers and 175 partners we’ve established a strong. ■ We’ve been the first to introduce the “information bus” and publish/subscribe messaging. tie integration and workflow together for next generation process management and enable proven enterprise integration. collaboration and prediction Accelerate projects.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. ■ Proven Page 14 TIBCO Education Programs .

Both key benchmarks of a leader! TIBCO Software Inc. Page 15 . We stay in tune with an active users community (TUCON) and a professional Certification Program.Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions ■ Strong brand and company: We have a large R&D commitment to drive innovation in support of customer demands.

M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. extend existing infrastructure • No vendor lock-in – Application.3 The TIBCO Advantage High-Performance Integration • Speed. initiatives and go-to-market cycles. collaboration and becoming proactive. Page 16 S S S No Rip and Replace • Leverage. Service-Oriented Architecture: providing the tools and infrastructure to accelerate projects. Activities that took days now take less than an hour and in many cases just minutes or even seconds. Reliability. or platform Strategic Advantages • Use only the products required • Add more as your requirements grow TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . appserver. Scalability PERFORMANCE NEUTRALITY FLEXIBILITY © TIBCO Software Inc. Today's challenges are: Accelerating projects. TIBCO products are categorized into three areas that match why organizations depend on TIBCO: 1. initiatives and go-to-market cycles Automating and streamlining business processes Improving operational visibility. The TIBCO Advantage All industries have experienced significant acceleration of their core processes.

collaboration and responsiveness. TIBCO Software Inc. Page 17 .Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions 2. Business Optimization: improves operational visibility. Business Process Management: helps organizations increase efficiency and effectiveness by automating and streamlining business processes 3.

pdf Page 18 S • Integration – – – – Application/data Integration Trading Partner Management Master Data Management Enterprise Service Bus TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . trading partner management and master data management. TIBCO success story: http://tibco.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. The pressures to quickly bring new products and services to market have been the driving force behind the industry’s obsession with service-oriented architectures. Companies turn to TIBCO to help them build their Service Oriented Architecture because of the leading standards-based software solutions we offer and our numerous successful customer reference implementations. The core pieces of an SOA include: services development.3 TIBCO Delivers: SOA Capabilities: • Services – Development – Delivery – Management Business Process Management Business Optimization ServiceOriented Architecture Infrastructure for reusable components and services © TIBCO Software Inc. delivery and management.com/resources/customers/successstory_conway. TIBCO Delivers: SOA A Service-Oriented Architecture foundation gives companies the ability to build an infrastructure for reusable components and services to accelerate the delivery of composite applications. integration.

Messaging is also included as part of this framework. deploy and manage solutions. Within this framework. so that you can quickly "lock down" your integration. TIBCO Software Inc. management and security built-in. that take data sent by one adapter. The integration framework has monitoring. you can developed automated processes for example. It provides an integrated user experience for all phases of the integration life cycle. security and monitoring • Adapters for application connectivity © TIBCO Software Inc. S CRM Systems Logistics BusinessWorks™ Production Warehouse Legacy TIBCO Education Programs Page 19 . to design. SOA Platform: TIBCO BusinessWorks BusinessWorks forms the integration framework for your EAI solutions. and transform the data to be received by another adapter.Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions Business Integration: TIBCO BusinessWorks™ SOA platform for integration • Services development and delivery • Built-in administration.

i2. Lotus Notes. CRM. os390 and z/os. JD Edwards. File. Vantive. custom © TIBCO Software Inc.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. PeopleSoft. so that data is available across the enterprise.or demand-driven • Metadata storage New Applications Existing Applications Adapter Information Bus™ TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . TIBCO Adapter™ SDK is available for those who want to develop their own custom adapter (for legacy applications). Oracle Apps. And for mainframe applications like: CICS Adapter. DB. An adapter allows for bi-directional communication between the application and the messaging layer. Clarify. Siebel. Arbor/BP. Adapters are available for applications like SAP R/3. Page 20 S S Translate native application data to messages • Bi-directional connectivity • Event. BroadVision. CRM and B2B applications and databases to connect to the messaging backbone.3 Business Integration: TIBCO Adapter™ Suite Gateways to third party systems • ERP. File Adapter for AS400. Application Integration: TIBCO Adapter Suite An adapter allows ERP.

from which the company name is derived.Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions Building the Enterprise Service Bus Enables real time communications across the enterprise • RAS capabilities – Reliable. like very high performance and throughput (Rendezvous). available. Your choice of messaging depends on the requirement. SOAP) and standards for messaging (JMS). EMS and SmartSockets. scalable © TIBCO Software Inc. JMS) Options • TIBCO Rendezvous • TIBCO Enterprise Message Service • TIBCO SmartSockets Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) CRM DB ERP Legacy TIBCO Education Programs Page 21 . Each messaging product serves a specific need. Building the Enterprise Service Bus Messaging is one of the most important components of the TIBCO products. or being standards-compliant and secure (EMS). SOAP. or having a very configurable messaging (SmartSockets). These messaging products the standards for data (XML. TIBCO Software Inc. It forms the basis for what is known as “TIB” or “The Information Bus”. The messaging options provided by TIBCO are Rendezvous. S S • High velocity/high volume of information movement • Standards support (XML.

one the Hawk® infrastructure is in place. Monitoring and Management TIBCO Hawk® is used for monitoring to help ensure that enterprise systems are up and running at all times. providing for real-time alerting and corrective capabilities. and leverages all its benefits. and Hawk® is also configured across these applications. TIBCO Enterprise Management Advisor™ runs on top of an existing Hawk® framework. or it can be used to provide 2-way communication to EM Systems such as HP OpenView. Hawk® is the framework for event-driven monitoring and management is done easily. Hawk® leverages the same messaging layer.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. application and process data • Stand-alone or with EM Systems • Supports WSMF TIBCO Enterprise Management Advisor™ Enterprise Management System TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . Page 22 S S Hawk® TIBCO Enterprise Management Advisor™ • External Systems communication • Exposes system. WSMF: Web Services Management Framework is the open standard protocol supported by Enterprise Management Systems like HP OpenView. network.3 Monitoring and Management TIBCO Hawk® • Application monitoring – Provides a centralized view of distributed applications – Rule based monitoring – Real-time alerting/ corrective actions – Location independent consoles © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Enterprise Management Advisor™ can run as a stand-alone product. Messaging is across distributed applications.

Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions TIBCO Enterprise Management Advisor™ Features: ■ Maps business processes to IT infrastructure. providing business context to monitoring events. ability to manage service level agreements by providing metrics on both business process and infrastructure. ■ Improves TIBCO Software Inc. Page 23 .

RosettaNet © TIBCO Software Inc. trading partner identities and protocol. specify the same security level. *. preparing the transaction document (e. B2B partners share a public process that is platform neutral.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. using protocols like SOAP. EDI-HIPAA. EDI and RosettaNet.3 Partner Integration: TIBCO BusinessConnect™ Protocol-based connectivity • Supports popular protocols – SOAP. Page 24 S • Integrates with BusinessWorks™ for private processes • Supports DMZ implementations Your Business Private Process BusinessWorks™ Your Trading Partner Public Process Public Process Private Process BusinessConnect™ B2B Server Internet EDI TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs .g. so that you can do real-time B2B transactions. Partner Integration: TIBCO BusinessConnect TIBCO BusinessConnect™ is used to connect your existing integrated environment to your partners. The backend private process communication is platform specific..xml) and send it to the B2B server. UCCNET. EDI.

Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions Data Integration: TIBCO DataExchange™ Extract. Load TIBCO Education Programs Page 25 . TIBCO Software Inc. A data source could be a database. flat file or even messages. S S • Scheduled processing • Parallel processing and block loads TIBCO DataExchange™ Extract. Data Integration: TIBCO DataExchange TIBCO DataExchange™ is the ETL product from TIBCO. Transform. Files © TIBCO Software Inc. JMS. For working with large amounts of data. this product has features such as block reads and writes and parallel loading. It is used to extract massive amounts of data from various sources. XML. transform the data and then load the data into different targets. transform and load (ETL) data Moves large amounts of data • Multiple data sources – Databases.

The integration foundation for the same configuration capabilities (and look-and-feel) whether running on a mainframe. metadata • Integration gateways – External applications .). Integration Foundation and front-end (Integration Gateways). Sybase.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3 Mainframe Integration TIBCO Mainframe Server Suite • Bi-directional mainframe connectivity – Mainframe and other databases DB2. J2EE syawetaG esabataD © TIBCO Software Inc. VSAM • TIBCO Mainframe Integrator™ – Data mapping. The components are: back-end (database gateways). The from-end integration gateways allow for communication to external applications such as J2EE and . TIBCO has a suite of products. IMS. UNIX or Windows based systems. The back-end database gateways connect to a variety of mainframe and non-mainframe databases (DB2.Net. named TIBCO Mainframe Server Suite.NET applications. etc. Oracle. Mainframe Integration For Business Integration in a mainframe environment. Page 26 ™rotargetnI emarfniaM z/OS syawetaG noitargetnI ¾ ¾ S S External Apps Components • Database gateways Windows Solaris Linux Mainframe TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . Informix.

Product Edition S Master Data Management (MDM) Logistics ERP #1 Finance Brand Mgt Call Center Enterprise Service Bus ERP #2 Enterprise Service Bus Sales Supply Chain JMS/XML PLM Rich Product Information Packaging IT © TIBCO Software Inc. Industry/domain specific Referential Repository: Central or virtual store for reference.Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions TIBCO Collaborative Information Manager™ . ™reganaM noitamrofnI evitaroballoC OCBIT spihsnoitaleR• seitrapretnuoC• of nI t cudorP• of nI re mo tsu C• ofnI rodneV• JMS/XML Customer Support Composite Application Content Mgrs Composite Application TIBCO Education Programs Page 27 . TIBCO Collaborative Information Management Features of TIBCO Collaborative Information Manager™ — Product Edition: ■ Information ■ Extensible Lifecycle Management: Consistent creation to consumption processes. Validation – data and contextual Alignment: Process integration for internal systems ■ Internal ■ External Alignment: B2B integration for trading partner synchronization TIBCO Software Inc. Cross indexing as required.

It provides organizations with the ability to save money. TIBCO Delivers: BPM Business Process Management (BPM) has dramatic business and technology effects.pdf Page 28 S ServiceOriented Architecture TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . and deliver value through real return on investment (ROI). Core BPM solutions including process modeling and execution.com/resources/customers/successstory_dvla. rules and process monitoring and analytics.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3 TIBCO Delivers: BPM Capabilities: • Process Modeling • Process Execution and Monitoring • Business Rules • Process Analytics Orchestrate execution of tasks for control and scalability Business Process Management Business Optimization © TIBCO Software Inc. save time. TIBCO Success Story: http://tibco. You can orchestrate and automate tasks and processes.

support the iProcess™ Engine. The TIBCO BPM product suite is used to build Enterprise wide BPM solutions. and it can be configured to communicate with multiple EAI environments (for example across Departments. It does not need an EAI environment. TIBCO Software Inc. All the other products such as the TIBCO iProcess™ Decisions Server and the TIBCO iProcess™ Monitoring. BPM: TIBCO iProcess Engine TIBCO iProcess™ Engine is the main component of the BPM Environment. if each department has its own EAI solution). S S TIBCO Education Programs Page 29 .Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions BPM: TIBCO iProcess™ Engine Manage complete end-to-end business processes Enables workflow across the enterprise • Modeling environment suitable for business analysts • EAI connection capabilities • Detailed auditing © TIBCO Software Inc.

3 BPM: TIBCO iProcess™ Decisions Server Define business rules Separate rules from workflows • Human-readable syntax – Not code © TIBCO Software Inc.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. Business rules can be created and stored using a separate GUI. BPM: TIBCO iProcess Decision Server While defining business rules in process Modeler. and these rules can be applied to the business process. As a result. understanding these process can get more and more difficult as time goes by. and maintenance becomes expensive. To simplify this. the overall process design can get complicated. business rules are handled separately. Page 30 S S • Checks for rule completeness and ambiguity • Rules stored as XML TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs .

S S TIBCO Education Programs Page 31 . daily. by type) © TIBCO Software Inc.Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions BPM: TIBCO iProcess™ Monitoring Graphical interface for viewing BPM data Data views relative to configured key performance indicators (KPIs) • View historical data • Separate data storage (from BPM process data) • Multiple views (monthly. TIBCO Software Inc. Planned & Alarm Values among its many features. Process monitoring facilitates Ad-Hoc Report Generation. Data Mining. Real-time and Future (Prediction) are separate components in TIBCO BPM. BPM: TIBCO iProcess Monitoring Although Historical. it is sufficient for this level of conversation to lump them together as one and simply talk about Process Monitoring.

3 TIBCO Delivers: Business Optimization Distribute and leverage information for effective action Business Process Management Business Optimization ServiceOriented Capabilities: Architecture • Rich Client • Event Correlation – Complex event processing © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO success story: http://tibco.com/resources/customers/successstory_pirelli. Partners • Operational Monitoring. TIBCO Delivers: Business Optimization The ability to effectively deliver the right information at the right time to the right people and leveraging that information to act. is what we call Business Optimization. Customers. monitoring and alerting and operational dashboards. Dashboards TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . We’ve helped hundreds of organizations with their business optimization challenges by delivering a range of leading solutions including customer and partner portals.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. Alerting.pdf Page 32 S • Portal for Employees. event correlation.

This visual authoring environment can run either as a standalone tool or within the embedded Internet Explorer browser module of your favorite IDE. ¾ S Rich Client TIBCO Education Programs Page 33 . You can use any script-based integrated development environment (IDE) to author applications that call upon the APIs of the TIBCO General Interface™ Framework. Rich Client: TIBCO General Interface TIBCO General Interface™ Builder is used to build a "Rich Client.Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions Rich Client: TIBCO General Interface™ Builder Development environment for building web-based clients • AJAX Tool Kit • Thick client capabilities to a thin client – Client-side processing logic – Clients run in a browser Reduces application server load – XML-based © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO General Interface™ Builder has an IDE which is a visual authoring environment for rapid creation and deployment of applications." A Rich Client can be deployed in a web browser with the functionality of client installed software or "Thick" application which has robust features. TIBCO Software Inc. speed and performance.

This data needs to be correlated and when this happens. problems.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3 Business Optimization: TIBCO BusinessEvents™ Complex event processing (CEP) Recognizes trends. Page 34 S S awareness. opportunities • Rete-based rules engine • Event correlation. Business Optimization: TIBCO BusinessEvents Business data exists in many business processes through out the enterprise. Using this correlated data. it is easy to identify problems. trending actions TIBCO BusinessEvents™ BusinessEvents™ events business processes ERP CRM TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . These are the qualities of TIBCO BusinessEvents™. exceptions and forecast future performance based on past experience. It helps you co-relate data. rules can be designed to make your business processes ready to handle any such incidents that may arise in the future. patterns and business exceptions. history • Diverse data sources © TIBCO Software Inc. analysis. and then allows you to create rules so that you can identify trends.

Business Optimization: TIBCO PortalBuilder TIBCO PortalBuilder® is used to consolidate access to your information assets on a single frequently visited page – the portal. TIBCO Software Inc.Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions Business Optimization: TIBCO PortalBuilder® Content presentation Personalized views of up to date information • Content gathering from multiple data sources • User and role-based authentication • Plug-in modules for TIBCO products © TIBCO Software Inc.yourcompany. Zero installation at the desktop resulting in no per user maintenance. TIBCO General Interface™ Builder and TIBCO BusinessFactor™ can be plugged into the same portal site. Features: Integrates existing sources of internal content and external content. S S TIBCO Education Programs Page 35 . Offers full localization and customization. TIBCO products such as TIBCO FormBuilder™.com home page. It is a powerful web service aggregation and deployment platform. TIBCO BusinessWorks™ Collaborator.

and it collects data from various sources.3 Business Optimization: TIBCO BusinessFactor™ Business activity monitoring (BAM) Process data to decision makers: • Filter data using when.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. Data is aggregated or correlated as required. This aggregated data is presented to the business user. what and where parameters • Real-time data aggregation • Customized presentation layer © TIBCO Software Inc. Applications Collection Presentation Decisions TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . so that the user can identify potential problems and react to these problems. Business Optimization: TIBCO BusinessFactor TIBCO BusinessFactor™ is the BAM (Business Activity Monitoring) offering from TIBCO. BusinessFactor is installed on top of existing business processes. Page 36 S S Collect Aggregate Data Sources Databases.

What types real-time information flows over TIBCO-based infrastructure? ■ Billions ■ Tens of dollars worth of stock trades and financial transactions of millions of telecom service requests and events of supply chain events and channel transactions ■ Millions ■ Tens ■ And of thousands of insurance applications and claims tracking data about millions of packages and thousands of events TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Education Programs The TIBCO Advantage We built our business by helping customers solve their most significant challenges. As their businesses continued to grow. Page 37 .Unit 1: Introducing TIBCO Solutions The TIBCO Advantage High Performance Integration Business Process Management Business Optimization High Performance Integration ServiceOriented Architecture Increasing VOLUME Increasing VELOCITY Increasing VARIETY © TIBCO Software Inc. the speed and the variety of information. We call this the THREE Vs – when the volume. The speed at which their businesses operate continues to accelerate. so did the number of applications and data sources. processes and services being produced continues to increase.

● Performance.3 Summary S TIBCO • Leader. Neutrality. Neutrality and Flexibility Page 38 TIBCO Education Programs . Understanding and Action S TIBCO Advantage • Performance. known for its independent and innovative position in the market.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. BO • Improve. initiatives and go-to-market cycles Real-time… ● How? ■ TIBCO Advantage is software that meets the critical challenges that these solutions present. Proven and Strong S Key Demands : SOA. TIBCO Education Programs Summary ■ TIBCO is one of the world’s leading software providers. ■ The three main reasons why organizations come to depend on TIBCO solutions. Flexibility © TIBCO Software Inc. collaboration and be proactive ● To ● To increase operational efficiency and effectiveness accelerate projects. BPM. increase and accelerate • With Real-time: Visibility. namely: ● To improve operational visibility.

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page 47 Is a TIBCO Domain?. Topics ■ Objectives. including process automation. adapter configuration and service generation. Page 41 . page 45 ■ BusinessWorks ■ BusinessWorks ■ TIBCO ■ TIBCO ■ What Designer. page 43 Components.Unit 2: Introducing TIBCO BusinessWorks™ Unit 2 Introducing TIBCO BusinessWorks™ TIBCO BusinessWorks™ is designed for the rapid deployment of business integration solutions. page 46 Administrator. data transformation. page 50 Using Administrator. page 48 Security. page 49 Monitoring. page 52 ■ Domain ■ Domain ■ Management ■ BusinessWorks TIBCO Software Inc. ■ TIBCO page 42 BusinessWorks. BusinessWorks™ provides an integrated user experience for all phases of the development life cycle. page 51 Demo. page 44 Methodology.

and run-time aspects of a BusinessWorks project ■ Explain ■ Describe Page 42 TIBCO Education Programs . TIBCO Education Programs Objectives After completing this unit you will be able to: ■ Describe ■ List how to develop.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3 Objectives S Knowledge • Define BusinessWorks™ components – TIBCO Designer™ – TIBCO Administrator™ • Explain BusinessWorks domain concepts • Experience a BusinessWorks demonstration © TIBCO Software Inc. deploy and manage integration projects using TIBCO BusinessWorks™ the two BusinessWorks™ end-user tools and describe the purpose of each the concept of the BusinessWorks domain and the components comprising it from experience design.

TIBCO Software Inc. deployment and management of project-oriented business solutions. TIBCO BusinessWorks has been designed to be easy-to-use.NET Mainframe BusinessWorks ERP EJB Legacy TIBCO Education Programs Page 43 . TIBCO BusinessWorks is based on the same core technology as TIBCO’s industry-leading ActiveEnterprise product suite. S S S S CRM . Solutions built using TIBCO BusinessWorks are rapidly deployable. TIBCO BusinessWorks TIBCO BusinessWorks is an easy to use business integration and web services tool kit supporting the development.Unit 2: Introducing TIBCO BusinessWorks™ TIBCO BusinessWorks Extensible framework for SOA integration Built-in monitoring and management Used to build integration projects Application Connectivity • Different types and different technologies © TIBCO Software Inc.

3 BusinessWorks Components TIBCO Designer TIBCO Administrator Plug-ins: TIBCO Adapters S Page 44 © TIBCO Software Inc. BusinessWorks Components The primary BusinessWorks components include the following: ■ TIBCO S S Deploy TIBCO Designer TIBCO Administrator TIBCO Education Programs Designer provides a graphical unified environment for designing solutions and preparing them for runtime deployment ■ TIBCO Administrator provides a web-based.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. intuitive management environment for deploying runtime components. monitoring runtime components and administering the runtime environment ■ BusinessWorks ■ TIBCO Process Engine runs deployed business processes Adapters are used to integrate external applications into the BusinessWorks framework TIBCO Education Programs .

TIBCO Education Programs BusinessWorks Methodology TIBCO Software Inc. Page 45 .Unit 2: Introducing TIBCO BusinessWorks™ BusinessWorks Methodology S Distinct environments • Developers use Designer – Build Enterprise Archive (EAR) files • Production: TIBCO Administrator – Manage and monitor deployed archives TIBCO Designer EAR TIBCO Administrator Development Production © TIBCO Software Inc.

Page 46 S S Build Enterprise Archive (EAR) TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . TIBCO Designer TIBCO Designer is used as the design-time environment for configuring adapters. adapters © TIBCO Software Inc.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3 TIBCO Designer TIBCO IDE used to: • Define business processes and services • Configure Adapter • Debug processes. creating and testing business processes and creating deployment packages. easy-to-use interface with palette-based resources for designing integration projects. TIBCO Designer features and intuitive. As a component of BusinessWorks.

You can use the interface to add. throughput and job-level tracing.Unit 2: Introducing TIBCO BusinessWorks™ TIBCO Administrator Browser-based UI for: • Deployment – Services and adapters © TIBCO Software Inc. In addition. You can examine and search for specific entries in the trace files for any of the services in the domain. TIBCO Software Inc. you can monitor and manage any deployments registered with the domain. TIBCO Administrator also provides running statistics of the number of jobs in the BusinessWorks engine. You can monitor using at either a component or machine granularity. modify or delete user authorization entries for the domain. Deployment components that can be monitored and managed include BusinessWorks process engine instances and BusinessWorks-supported TIBCO Adapters. TIBCO Administrator TIBCO Administrator is a browser-based GUI for managing the TIBCO domain. You can also monitor and manage domain services such as the Administrator Server and Project Repository Server. S S S • Security • Monitoring • Management Repository for processes and adapters Security implementation • Enforced through TIBCO Domain TIBCO Education Programs Page 47 .

Infrastructure messages can cross domain boundaries. BW processes can only be deployed to hosts in its domain. process engines. users) that can be monitored and managed via TIBCO Administrator. A BW domain must contain at least one Administration server and may contain one or more secondary backup Administration servers. A domain can comprise as many BW projects as needed. TIBCO Education Programs What Is a TIBCO Domain? The TIBCO administration domain is defined as a collection of components (machines. The TIBCO Administration Sever manages the BW domain. although such inter-domain messaging is not recommended as it can complicate deployment. Page 48 TIBCO Education Programs . the domain defines the scope of the integration environment. monitoring and management. The Administration Server provides domain security.3 What Is a TIBCO Domain? S Boundary enforced by Administrator S Components: • • • • Users and Roles Machines TIBCO software Deployed applications S Administrator • Monitors and manages domain components © TIBCO Software Inc. With BW. The domain may contain one or more machines and machines may belong to multiple domains.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.

Domain Security TIBCO Administrator provides various levels of security over the domain. Users may be defined either locally in the Administrative GUI or user may be defined in a corporate LDAP and synchronized with Domain Administrator for Domain security purposes. including user access control to domain components and secure access to the Administrator interface itself. S TIBCO Education Programs Page 49 .Unit 2: Introducing TIBCO BusinessWorks™ Domain Security Administrator UI to • Create users and roles • Grant access control to domain components © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Software Inc.

Page 50 S S Custom monitoring can be added • For machines or deployed services TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . as well as process tracing and statistics.3 Domain Monitoring Administrator provides: • • • • • Machine Status Deployment Status Component Statistics Component Trace Files Access monitoring © TIBCO Software Inc. deployed applications.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. Domain Monitoring TIBCO Administrator provides monitoring information on machines registered in the domain.

Page 51 . set access control to these applications.Unit 2: Introducing TIBCO BusinessWorks™ Management using Administrator S Administrator can: • Start/Stop Components • Configure fault-tolerant processes • Manage inventory – Add remove components © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Software Inc. and manage domain software. TIBCO Education Programs Management Using Administrator Using the Administrator interface you can manage deployed applications.

3 BusinessWorks Demo S Web Service providing currency exchange rates BW Demo Request exchange rates using your browser © TIBCO Software Inc.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. BusinessWorks Demo The instructor will demonstrate TIBCO BusinessWorks.and run-time features of the product. Page 52 S Browser BW Web Service Client BW SOAP Server BW Home Page Get Exchange Rate Currency Exchange Rate Web Service You Instructor TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . emphasizing design.

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page 61 Formula Builder. page 59 Configuration. page 64 Testing. Following this unit are some exercises in which you design and test a series of BW processes. ■ Process ■ Activity ■ XPath Design. page 69 TIBCO Software Inc. page 57 page 58 ■ Projects. ■ TIBCO page 56 Designer. Page 55 . page 67 Global Variables. page 65 Templates. Topics ■ Objectives. page 63 Resources. page 68 ■ TIBCO ■ Project ■ Process ■ Project ■ Project ■ Lab Introduction. page 62 Query Designer.Unit 3: Process Design and Testing Unit 3 Process Design and Testing This unit introduces you to the TIBCO BusinessWorksTM process design environment featuring TIBCO DesignerTM and BusinessWorks resource palettes.

TIBCO Education Programs . Objectives After completing this unit you will know: ■ How Page 56 S S Skills • Create and access projects • Design and test BW processes – Configure activities and resources • Manage BW projects • Experience version control options for BW projects TIBCO Education Programs to navigate the BusinessWorks project development environment (TIBCO Designer) a BusinessWorks process definition comprises to configure project activities and services to use shared project resources ■ What ■ How ■ How ■ How to incorporate external resources into a BusinessWorks project ■ How to test at design-time your BusinessWorks projects Additionally. management and administration capabilities © TIBCO Software Inc.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3 Objectives Knowledge • Describe development and testing using TIBCO Designer • Define components in BW process definitions • Explain resources. you will be prepared to proceed with Lab A in which you develop a simple BusinessWorks project.

and activity configuration (lower right). You simply drag-and-drop resources from the palette to the design panel to add them to your project. palette-based GUI with drag-and-drop functionality Position in project tree changes palettes displayed S S 3 1 Project Directory Process Design 4 2 Project Resources Activity / Resource Configuration © TIBCO Software Inc. BW palettes contain two types of objects: ■ Activities which are used to define actions within a process definition ■ Resources which define things such as configuration details which are used (by reference) in activities TIBCO Software Inc. integrated development environment including project directory (upper left). designing and testing BusinessWorks projects. Page 57 . Palettes provide easy access to process activities. As a component of BW.Unit 3: Process Design and Testing TIBCO Designer Intuitive. TIBCO Designer provides a rich. Which palette is displayed depends on the object selected in the project tree. project resources (lower left). process design (upper right). TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Designer TIBCO Designer is an easy-to-use GUI for configuring.

M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. The BW 5 multi-file approach also supports project versioning. You can add files to a project simply by copying them into the system file structure and then choosing the Designer menu item Project > Refresh. You can check-in / out components using a Revision Control System (RCS) such as Visual Source-Safe.3 Projects S Designer builds integration projects S Project contents • • • • Folders for organization Processes Resources External connections S Project storage • Folders and files on disk • Connections for version-control systems © TIBCO Software Inc. or TIBCO Canon. Note that the use of an RCS is optional. TIBCO Education Programs Projects BusinessWorks 5. Page 58 TIBCO Education Programs .x projects are file based and map to the system file structure of the operating system. The multi-file approach supports and enables a team development environment where multiple developers can work on a single project. Perforce.

You can also have multiple processes and sub-processes. A BusinessWorks process definition is a Directed Acylic Graph (DAG) containing a single start node (starting activity) with any number of directional (Directed) transitions to other nodes (activities). Page 59 . In BusinessWorks all transitions must lead to the single required 'End' activity or to optional 'Generate Error' activities. You can have multiple transitions from one activity to another. TIBCO Software Inc. There may not be any transitions to an activity which has been possibly previously visited (Acyclic).Unit 3: Process Design and Testing Process Design S Process: Activities connected by transitions • Activities: access data • Transitions: execution path S A process: • Contains a start and end • Can call sub-processes © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Education Programs Process Design TIBCO Designer features a graphical. and transitions can be conditional. intuitive design space for developing processes. Processes contain activities linked together by transitions. BW process definitions have a beginning and an end.

(only one allowed). The developer has no control over the order of the transitions. The process definition executes using a single thread. If there is no exception in the source activity then every 'Success' transition will be taken. Any 'Success' transitions will also be taken. The developer has no control over the order of the transitions. You may create as many of this as required. Page 60 TIBCO Education Programs .M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3 Any single process activity (source) may have multiple transitions out and each transition must be one of four allowed types: ■ Success — Source activity of transition did not have an exception. If there is no exception in the source activity then every 'Success with condition' transition which evaluates to true will be taken. Any 'Success' transitions will also be taken. ■ Error ■ Success ■ Success with No Matching Conditions — Source activity of transition did not have an exception and there were no 'Success with condition' transitions which were true. The developer has no control over the order of the transitions. with Condition — Source activity of transition did not have an exception and a stated boolean XPath expression evaluates to true. — Source activity of transition did have an exception (only one allowed per source).

— Which allows you to map the data input to the activity. TIBCO Education Programs Activity Configuration Configuration is done on a per activity basis using the lower right (configuration) panel of Designer. Certain activities may also have Headers. Input and Output Schema tabs that may require further configuration. Page 61 . TIBCO Software Inc. For most process activities there are at least three configuration tabs: ■ Configuration ■ Input — Which involves defining (naming) the activity and specifying certain settings. BusinessWorks provides GUI tools (see next two slides) to help configure activities. ■ Output — Which allows you to view the data that will be output by activity. In addition.Unit 3: Process Design and Testing Activity Configuration S Data input and output mapping • Wizards to help you configure activities © TIBCO Software Inc.

This wizard allows you to conveniently map input and output data for the selected activity. Page 62 S p ro dD n ga ra D TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . It is a language that describes how to locate and process items in XML documents by using an addressing syntax based on a path through the document’s logical structure or hierarchy. allows you to graphically formulate how to created new data by a combination of Process Data (data created in this process instance by previously activated activities). XPath functions (an extensible set of methods). XPath Formula Builder The XPath Formula Builder is a key feature of the BusinessWorks development environment.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. and predefined constants. XPath expressions. which you create using the XPath Formula Builder. Using industry-standard programming functions you can graphically manipulate data for the selected activity. XPath stands for XML Path Language.3 XPath Formula Builder Used in activities and transitions • Drag and drop expression building • Automatic syntax verification as you build © TIBCO Software Inc.

TIBCO Software Inc.Unit 3: Process Design and Testing TIBCO Query Designer SQL auto-generated Syntax check and test modes • Test as you build © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Query Designer The TIBCO Query Designer is another ease-of-use BusinessWorks feature. This wizard allows you to graphically and dynamically build SQL queries for your processes. S S TIBCO Education Programs Page 63 . This utility also provides syntax verification and a testing mechanism to validate your query before implementing it into your process.

3 Project Resources Shared resources are reusable across the project Can be: • XML.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. TCP etc JMS SMTP Files © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Education Programs . FTP. you can use shared resources to accept data from various external sources. Project Resources For any project you are developing using BusinessWorks. XSD. WSDL files • Connections to external systems – JDBC. including: ■ JMS Page 64 S S FTP TIBCO BusinessWorks SOAP HTTP / HTTPS RV JDBC TIBCO Education Programs and RV / SMTP / FTP ■ HTTP(S) ■ JDBC ■ SOAP ■ Files You can also use adapter resources to integrate with external sources via a TIBCO Adapter and define schema objects for accepting external data.

The Designer debugger is interactive and provides many advanced features that make testing your BW project easy. Show Console. Process Testing Process testing can be done at design-time using the Designer GUI. S • Examine errors – Error msg. Error tabs TIBCO Education Programs Page 65 . In addition you can enhance error output by mapping error schema to an activity input and view such errors via Designer error tabs. Once tested you can easily validate the project for deployment and then quickly create the deployment package using Designer. including: TIBCO Software Inc. You will use each of these features extensively during the implementation labs that follow. We will discuss these topics in the next unit. During testing standard errors are made available via an error dialog and console window. If an activity within your process definition fails you’ll be able to easily identify and debug it using the testing utility.Unit 3: Process Design and Testing Process Testing Built-in tester/debugger • Test multiple processes • Examine process data – Input and Output tabs © TIBCO Software Inc.

-d will enhance the amount of messages shown in the Console window Page 66 TIBCO Education Programs .3 ■ Breakpoints can be set before and after activities to stop the testing midstream so you can examine runtime data and operations ■ Multiple ■ Input processes can be loaded for testing so you can debug several parts or an entire project data can be supplied to a process so that you can test it independently of the process on which it is dependent for data ■ Show Console displays the Java console so you can view errors and debug accordingly.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.

Unit 3: Process Design and Testing Project Templates S Used to: • Create common look and feel for development • Enforce adherence to naming standards • Provide starting point for development © TIBCO Software Inc. shared resources and global variables. Page 67 . Segregating your project along these lines will enable you to define "ownership" among developers working on the project so that multiple developers can work on the same project. adapter services. TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Education Programs Project Templates A good practice for managing the development environment is to segregate the project using folders by distinguishing among process definitions. shared connections. You can use BW’s import/export facility to merge the project into one final project when the development work is completed and you are ready to deploy project components.

M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. If there are site-wide naming requirements. Once again. BW provides an existing subject naming scheme that is parameterized. With BW.3 Project Global Variables Global variables specify data that changes at deployment • Examples: – Environment specific values – Database connections – Trace and debug settings © TIBCO Software Inc. so to modify subject names for a specific domain environment you only have to change the appropriate global variable. useful for RCS locking with multi developer projects. Project Global Variables BusinessWorks uses global variables for environment settings. and the domain name is part of the auto-generated subject name. you may have to modify the default subject names for each domain environment you are establishing. Note that Global Variables can be grouped. These parameters can be easily modified to match your project’s domain environment. RV message subject names and sessions are auto-generated. Page 68 S S • Eases migration between environments Values changed by administrator during deployment TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs .

TIBCO Education Programs Lab Introduction In the exercise that follows you develop and test a BW process and learn how to navigate the Designer interface. Page 69 .Unit 3: Process Design and Testing Lab Introduction S Design and test a BW process • Database Query S Design and test an HTTP process • Calls the subprocess S Version and manage a BW project © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Software Inc.

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Lab A

Implement Perform Credit Check

Overview
In this lab you learn the fundamentals of developing TIBCO BusinessWorks™ process definitions in the TIBCO Designer™ environment.

Objectives
■ Create ■ Design ■ Test

New Project from Template, page 72 Perform Credit Check, page 75

Perform Credit Check, page 81

Prerequisites
■ EDUSVR ■ TIBCO

instructor server and userXX student client platform Agent (TRA) 5.3.2 5.3.0 (userXX domain created) 5.3.0

Software pre-installed and configured on your userXX machine:

◆ Runtime

◆ Administrator ◆ EMS ◆ BWP

◆ BusinessWorks ■ Connectivity ◆ Oracle

4.3.0 (added to the userXX domain) to the instructor server for: Home Page at http://edusvr:8080/bw/index.html Database and Mercury Email servers

Directions
Complete the exercises that follow.

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Lab A - Exercise 1: Create New Project from Template Overview
In this exercise you create a new TIBCO BusinessWorks (BW) project using a pre-defined template that includes some top-level folders and a few global variables.

Steps
1. Start the relevant TIBCO services and set them to "automatic."
■ There

are three TIBCO services to be concerned with in this course: Administrator 5.3 (userXX) EMS Server (PID: xxx) Hawk Agent (userXX)

◆ TIBCO ◆ TIBCO ◆ TIBCO ■ For

help in doing this, refer to the appendix

2.

Create a new BusinessWorks project named bwpXX using the provided Designer template. Analysis: Templates facilitate project organization and shared development. You can create a project-wide template containing folders, metadata, shared libraries and global variables. Templates allow you to standardize and reuse resources.
■ Start

> Programs > TIBCO > TIBCO Designer 5.3 > Designer 5.3 New project from template to and open file C:\BWEDU\Template\bwpXX.designertemplate Directory: C:\BWEDU\bwpXX (replace XX with your two digit ID, e.g., bwp09) Designer initially opens you are prompted to save the project: OK and the BW development environment for your bwpXX project opens

■ Select ■ When ■ Click

■ Browse

◆ Project

Note: When Designer initially opens it presents Tips which can be disabled.

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3.

Customize the TIBCO Designer palette view and your own preferences. Analysis: Designer’s default layout view is three panels with the project tree at the left. You can change this (Edit > Preferences > View) but all labs assume the default layout.
■ In

the Palettes tab the default view shows all resources in the General Resources palette

■ To

categorize resources into individual palettes, from the tool bar click the "Switch Palette Modes" icon (this mode is assumed going forward)

4.

Explore the project template and create a subfolder named CreditCheck.
■ In

the project tree, select the root-level bwpXX project folder (uppermost in the tree) that the template contains several pre-defined subfolders for organizing your project:

■ Notice

◆ AdapterServices ◆ AESchemas ◆ Deployments ◆ ProcessDefinitions ◆ SharedConnections ◆ SharedResources

Analysis: The AESchemas folder contains adapter metadata and exists by default in any TIBCO Designer-based project. The other folders have been created for you and templatized to organize and facilitate development.
■ Select ■ In ■ In

the existing project folder bwpXX/ProcessDefinitions

the design panel to the right, right-click and select New Folder the configuration quadrant (lower right): this new folder CreditCheck Apply

◆ Name ◆ Click ■ From

the Designer tool bar, select the Save icon to save your project

WARNING: Apply your settings each time you configure a folder, resource or process activity. Also, save your project frequently. An asterisk (*) next to the project name in the title bar indicates the project contains data that has not been saved.

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jdbc.URL%% %%bwp/user. A global variable’s value is substituted at runtime for all occurrences of the global variable name. click the Save icon to save your project (or Project > Save) ■ Expand ■ For ■ For ◆ For ◆ For ■ Click ■ From Analysis: Global variables are available project-wide and facilitate shared development.3 5.OracleDriver URL: jdbc:tibcosoftwareinc:oracle://%%bwp/jdbc. Explore and configure project global variables.Password%% ◆ Connection ◆ Database Name: %%bwp/user.oracle.Name and user. ■ Select ■ Click ■ At the Global Variables tab the pencil icon at the top of the variables listing to open the Global Variables editor the bwp group.Name variable.Password variables change XX to match your ID OK to close the editor the Designer tool bar. 6.Name%% ◆ Password: ■ Click Test Connection to verify connectivity with the instructor server Page 74 TIBCO Education Programs . revealing four global variables created for you example: USER09 (please use all capital letters for this entry) example: user09 (these entries are lower case) the bottom of the listed variables you’ll see a variable group named bwp the host.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. click in the value field and change XX to match your ID the user. ■ Select ■ Notice the OrderDB resource that this resource is pre-configured with the following parameters and global variables: ◆ Name: ◆ JDBC ◆ User OrderDB Type: JDBC Driver: tibcosoftwareinc. Test the pre-defined resource /SharedConnections/OrderDB to verify connectivity with the instructor database.

The returned Status is either "Accepted. ■ Process Services. the exception being where default activity names are used that do not employ spaces." "Rejected" or "Failed. such as RetrieveResources TIBCO Software Inc. ■ Drag-and-drop ■ Name ■ Click a Process Definition from the "Process" palette to the CreditCheck folder this process PerformCreditCheck the PerformCreditCheck process definition to see the Start and End activities that exist by default with any process definition Analysis: The following naming conventions are followed in these labs: ■ Processes.Lab A: Implement Perform Credit Check Lab A . In folder /ProcessDefinitions/CreditCheck define the PerformCreditCheck process. queries the OrderDB for current account information and computes the credit status. Folders and Resources do not have spaces in their names and use initial capitals activities do use spaces between names and initial capitals.Exercise 2: Design Perform Credit Check Overview PerformCreditCheck takes an account number and an amount as parameters." Steps 1. Page 75 .

in Designer select View > Default Line Mode. Page 76 TIBCO Education Programs .3 2. add and transition the following activities: Start > JDBC Query > Mapper > End. from left to right. which is taken on Error if the database query fails Data to End the tool bar. add a JDBC Query activity the General Activities palette. Verify the design of the PerformCreditCheck process definition up to this point. first create the project shell activities and their transitions. ■ From ■ From ■ On the JDBC palette. then configure them in order of processing. add a Mapper activity to JDBC Query Query to Map Data Query to End. select the "Create transition" icon and connect the activities as follows: ◆ Start ◆ Map ◆ JDBC ◆ JDBC To do this: To change the transition condition from success (default) to error: ■ Select ■ In ■ Click (click) the transition line between the two activities the Configuration tab select the condition type Error Apply 3. In the PerformCreditCheck process.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. Tip: To change the default line mode. Analysis: To familiarize you with the Designer interface and BusinessWorks resources. The example shown uses Multi-Bend.

It is good practice to use schema for data input and output. creating the root element the "root" element and configure it: ◆ Click ◆ Select – Content: XML Element Reference – Schema: Browse to and select /SharedResources/CreditCheckSchema with Element CreditCheckRequest – In the Preview panel to the right. TIBCO Software Inc. select the Tree tab and view the data elements required for a credit check request: Amount and AccountID – Click OK to close the "Select a Resource.Lab A: Implement Perform Credit Check 4. ■ In the Output Editor of the Start activity: the "Add Child" icon. since this is required to expose a process as a service. Page 77 . Initiate PerformCreditCheck using the CreditCheckSchema provided to you as part of the bwpXX template." interface – When you are done the configuration should look like this: Analysis: Inputs to a process can be defined in its Start activity. Output from a process can be defined in its End activity...

AMOUNT_OWED.3 5.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.AVAILABLE_CREDIT FROM CUSTOMER_ACCOUNT WHERE ((CUSTOMER_ACCOUNT. CUSTOMER_ACCOUNT. click + in the "Prepared Parameters" section to add a new parameter named Prepared_Param_1 that is of data type VARCHAR ■ In the Input tab click Fetch map the data input for this activity: the available Process Data on the left drag $Start\CreditCheckRequest\AccountID jdbcQueryActivityInput\Prepared_Param_1 Activity Input on the right ■ To ◆ From ◆ To ■ In the Output tab. then Tables the CUSTOMER_ACCOUNT table to the panel at right each column to include it in the query "Show" ■ Expand ■ Drag-and-drop ■ Double-click ■ For ◆ Uncheck ◆ In ■ In the ACCOUNT_ID column: the Where cell type =? and hit <Enter> on your keyboard that your query matches the SQL shown above the SQL tab check "Do not use schema names in SQL statement" OK to close the Query Designer ■ Verify ■ Click Note: In this instance. Query the CUSTOMER_ACCOUNT table by configuring the JDBC Query activity to retrieve the account information for a specified AccountID. ■ In the Configuration tab. if you try to use the SQL tester or syntax checker neither will work because of the expected input parameter defined using =?. in or build using the TIBCO Query Designer this query (see steps below): SELECT CUSTOMER_ACCOUNT. expand "resultSet/Record" and verify that the AMOUNT_OWED and AVAILABLE_CREDIT elements are returned Page 78 TIBCO Education Programs . ■ JDBC ■ JDBC ■ Type Query Name: Get Account Info Connection: Browse to and select /SharedConnections/OrderDB Note: After applying a resource name change.ACCOUNT_ID =?)) To do this: To build this SQL using the TIBCO Query Designer: ■ Click "Build using wizard" (pencil icon) your userXX account. click OK to check for any references.

Compute the customer’s credit Status by configuring the Mapper activity. ◆ When: (count($Get-Account-Info/resultSet/Record) > 0) and (($Start/CreditCheckRequest/Amount + $Get-Account-Info/resultSet/Record[1]/AMOUNT_OWED) <= $Get-Account-Info/resultSet/Record[1]/AVAILABLE_CREDIT) – Status: "Accepted" ◆ Otherwise: – Status: "Rejected" ■ In the Output tab for this activity." else Status is "Rejected. Page 79 . Select the Fix checkbox to repair any errors.txt. If you have errors. A dialog displays the potential problems in the mapping. use the pencil icon to open the XPath Expression Editor and build the following boolean expression: Tip: You can copy this expression from C:\BWEDU\XPath\Expressions. add required string Status (replace "root" as follows): Status ◆ Content: ◆ Name: ◆ Type: ■ For ◆ Cardinality: String the Input use a "Surround with Choice" statement to determine the credit Status To do this: To create this choose condition.Lab A: Implement Perform Credit Check 6." ■ Mapper ■ In Name: Check Credit Element of Type Required the Input Editor. use the XPath Formula Builder: ■ Select the text string "Status" (NOT the text field next to "Status") and select Statement > Surround with Choice of when conditions: 1 ■ Right-click ■ Number ■ Include ■ Click otherwise: checked OK ■ Now that you have the "Choose" condition. verify that Status is returned TIBCO Software Inc. use the Mapper Check and Repair feature. Analysis: To compute the credit Status build an XPath expression: If (record returned from the database AND Amount + outstanding balance <= available credit) then credit Status is "Accepted.

" "Rejected" or "Failed" (if the database query fails). Verify your completed PerformCreditCheck design. creating root the "root" element and configure it: ◆ Click ◆ Select – Content: XML Element Reference – Schema: Browse to and select /SharedResources/CreditCheckSchema – Element: CreditCheckResult ■ For the Input to Status. Page 80 TIBCO Education Programs .3 7. ■ In the Input Editor tab for the End activity: the "Add Child" icon. create a "Surround with Choice" statement with 1 condition: $_error (in the Mapping Wizard select "Set formula" then Finish) – Status: "Failed" ◆ When: ◆ Otherwise: – Status: $Check-Credit/Status 8. Analysis: The End activity can be configured to return the result(s) from a completed process definition.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. Tip: Use the Label activity (in the General Activities palette) to comment a process. Complete the process definition by configuring the End activity to return the result of the credit check (Status or Failed). In this case the result is either "Accepted.

double clicking the error will take you to the misconfigured resource so you can fix it and repair until all relevant errors are cleared the project validator when done ■ If ■ Revalidate ■ Close TIBCO Software Inc. Steps 1." which can be ignored) you do have project-associated errors.Lab A: Implement Perform Credit Check Lab A . ■ From ■ If the Designer menu select Project > Validate Project for Deployment configured correctly. Validate the project to check for errors. you should not have any errors (other than those listed under "Unassociated Errors & Warnings. Page 81 . Analysis: You can configure the Designer Tester to suit your preferences and view testing as it transitions through a process.Exercise 3: Test Perform Credit Check Overview In this exercise you explore the Designer test environment and test your PerformCreditCheck process definition. ■ From ■ Set the Designer menu select View > Test Options > Moving Ball Options "Show Ball" ■ Select the testing speed to 85% 2. Configure Designer test environment preferences.

■ To ■ In test PerformCreditCheck. Page 82 TIBCO Education Programs . in the Tester tab click the green arrow icon Load Selected for an "Accepted" credit check using: the Select Processes to Load dialog verify that PerformCreditCheck is checked will be prompted to supply the expected input data: – Amount: 3000. Test PerformCreditCheck and verify it returns the correct credit check result. reset the original password using the global variable and retest Tip: You can set breakpoints within a process definition so that testing is stopped mid-stream before or after any activity in the process. Analysis: Provide the required inputs to check for credit status using the specified AccountIDs.00 – AccountID: 1234123412341234 – Click OK and the process runs.00 1111111111111111 ◗ AccountID: – In the Tester tab select ProcessDefinitions/CreditCheck/PerformCreditCheck – Click the green process icon ("Create a job") to resume testing with the new data – Once again you should see the process complete to end – Check the Input Data tab of the End activity for the "Rejected" result ◆ Test for a "Failed" credit check: – In the OrderDB resource. Verify results by checking the End activity data. This is most useful when testing large process definitions.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. type in an incorrect password.3 3. such as failed – Create another PerformCreditCheck job with the appropriate test data – This time it should take the Error transition from Get Account Info to End – To verify. you should be able to see it complete to end – Check the Input Data tab of the End activity for the "Accepted" result ■ Click ■ You ◆ Test ◆ Test for a "Rejected" credit check: – Right-click the Start activity and choose "Add Input Data" (or press <F12> key) – Enter the following and click OK: ◗ Amount: 4000. check the Input Data tab of the End activity for the "Failed" result – When done.

Page 83 . WARNING: You should not make changes to your project while it is in test mode.00 for "Accepted" and/or 101000.00 for "Rejected" ◆ AccountID: ◆ Amount: ■ Use ◆ This an AccountID that is not one of the four in the CUSTOMER_ACCOUNT table: result should be "Rejected" since the initial part of the expression checks if the account is valid: (count($Get-Account-Info/resultSet/Record) > 0) 5. stop Designer test mode. Repeat testing using different AccountIDs and Amounts chosen from those available in the CUSTOMER_ACCOUNT table shown below. When you are done testing. Stop testing before making any edits.Lab A: Implement Perform Credit Check 4. ■ For example. TIBCO Software Inc. you could retest the credit check using: 3333333333333333 99999.

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Unit 4: Generate Services Unit 4 Generate Services This unit explores BusinessWorks support for SOAP-based Web Services. page 93 Implementation. page 92 ■ SOAP ■ SOAP ■ Generating ■ SOAP ■ Lab Web Service Client. Topics ■ Objectives. ■ What page 86 Are Web Services?. This unit prepares you for the lab implementation that follows in which you design the Credit Check Web Service. Page 85 . page 88 Message Format. page 87 Web Services in BusinessWorks. page 94 TIBCO Software Inc. page 89 a Service.

To that end in this unit you will: ■ Explore ■ Learn ■ Learn the Web Services capabilities of BusinessWorks what standards are supported how to organize your project development environment ■ Examine ■ Explore and discuss the process definitions comprising Credit Check Web Service advanced features of the interactive debugger After completing this unit you will proceed with the first phase of the implementation as specified in the lab that follows.3 Objectives S Knowledge • Describe BW support for Web Services • Define SOAP message characteristics S Skills • Build a Service • Build a Service client • Test Service using Client © TIBCO Software Inc. Page 86 TIBCO Education Programs . TIBCO Education Programs Objectives The main objective of this unit is to prepare you to implement the various process definitions comprising Credit Check Web Service.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.

TIBCO Software Inc. Most Web Services use SOAP as the data exchange format and HTTP as the transport mechanism. S S Web Service Network Client Application Code Most Web Services use SOAP format TIBCO Education Programs Page 87 . Web Services is a generic term.Unit 4: Generate Services What Are Web Services? Service-orientated computing using open IP standards • Network interface to application functionality © TIBCO Software Inc. BusinessWorks also supports JMS as the transport mechanism. What Are Web Services? A Web Service enables an application to be accessed over a network using Internet protocols. The only requirement placed on a Web Service is that it must be capable of sending and receiving messages using some combination of standard Internet protocols.

and as a SOAP Server handling requests and communicating with back-end applications. BusinessWorks can act as both a Web Service client. A SOAP Server is the Web Service provider. Page 88 S S BusinessWorks can be both a SOAP server and client TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . A SOAP Client requests a Web Service. the web service can advertise itself in a UDDI (Universal Description. UDDI is a potential way for advertising and discovering Web Services. This is for use by a client in automating the clients creation of an XML file for requesting those services. JMS) Common data representation (XML) Common communication protocol (SOAP) Service discovery (WSDL. making SOAP requests. In order to find the WSDL file.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. Discovery and Integration) service. XML.3 SOAP Web Services in BusinessWorks Web Services support in BusinessWorks • • • • • TCP/IP connectivity Message transport (HTTP. SOAP and WSDL. JMS. SOAP Web Services in BusinessWorks TIBCO BusinessWorks supports SOAP-based Web Services using Internet and technology standards such as HTTP. UDDI) © TIBCO Software Inc.

Contained in this document are optional Header elements specifying how the message should be processed.g. authorization. SOAP’s design makes it suitable for a wide variety of application messaging and integration patterns. e. authentication. routing and delivery settings. TIBCO Software Inc. SOAP Message Format The SOAP message format is a specification that defines a simple XML document identifying the information to be transferred. It relies heavily on XML standards like XML Schema and XML Namespaces for its definition and function. transaction contexts. S TIBCO Education Programs Page 89 . The Body element is required and contains the actual message to be delivered and processed. and a set of rules for translating application and platform-specific data types into XML representations.Unit 4: Generate Services SOAP Message Format XML Document SOAP Envelope SOAP Header (optional) Header Block Header Block Entire message XML document • Header describes how to process the message • Body contains the data payload SOAP Body (required) Message Body © TIBCO Software Inc. A SOAP envelope is an XML document. etc.

Page 90 TIBCO Education Programs .3 SOAP Web Service Operations Platform and language independent communication Platform and language dependent communication A Request WSDL Reply with WSDL B SOAP Client 1 Request operations Web Service (SOAP Server) 2 Request operations Application Code Operation results 4 Operation results 3 Obtain the WSDL (A and B) at service initiation or if the interface changes © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Education Programs SOAP Web Service Operations In more technical terms. The most common form of Web Service is to call procedures running on a server. A Web Service acts as an abstraction layer.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. isolating the platform.and language-specific details from the user. in which case the request message encodes Call this subroutine with these arguments and the reply message encodes Here are the results of the subroutine call. This means that any application that supports the Web Service can access the back-end application functionality. a Web Service is an interface positioned between the application code and the desired user of that code (human or machine). Service availability is specified by a WSDL file. A WSDL (Web Services Description Language) file is an XML document that specifies how a client is to interface with the Web Service provider.

Unit 4: Generate Services The sequence of events for this type of scenario would be: ■ Application ■ SOAP code contains the business logic implementation Server receives incoming requests (via SOAP over HTTP or Proxy decodes requests into calls to the application code JMS) ■ Service ■ Service Proxy may then encode a response for Service listener to reply with Because of the abstraction provided by the standards-based interface. or the application services are deployed on a Unix box while the browser is deployed on Windows. it does not matter whether the application services are written in Java and the browser is written in C++. Page 91 . TIBCO Software Inc. Web Services enable cross-platform interoperability in a way that makes the application platform irrelevant.

Abstract WSDLs are constructed using the WSDL resource and the message.3 Generating a Service Convert existing process to service • The process is the ‘operation’ © TIBCO Software Inc. is derived from the application of the abstract WSDL to a SOAP activity and the specification of the HTTP or JMS transport for that activity.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. Abstract WSDLs are derived from an XSD schema that you create using BW or that you import into your project. Generating a Service BW provides WSDL resources for defining Web Service interfaces and SOAP activities for building Web Service servers and clients. the one used by clients to call the Web Service. In other words. operation and port type parameters that are required for the interface. Page 92 S S Options: • One service per process • One service for multiple processes • Service from WSDL TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . the concrete WSDL = the abstract WSLD plus the transport (EMS/JMS or HTTP). The concrete WSDL.

Perform Credit Check. and exposes it as a Web Service. Implementing this process involves generating the WSDL file based on an XSD schema and building the process using SOAP resources. Invoke Credit Check is a client activity to call the credit check web service.Unit 4: Generate Services SOAP Web Service Client S To invoke service: • Access WSDL A Request WSDL Reply with WSDL B SOAP Client 1 Request operations Web Service (SOAP Server) 2 Request operations Application Code 3 Operation results 4 Operation results S Test Web Service by running Client © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Software Inc. This process takes two inputs. when you implement the Process Order process. you will build the functioning client invocation for the Order Processing integration project. In the lab that follows. Page 93 . in this case a credit check. In a later lab. the customer account number and the purchase order price. after you have built the SOAP Server you a simple client to test the Web Service. queries the database for the account information and computes the credit status using a Mapper activity. TIBCO Education Programs SOAP Web Service Client Perform Credit Check is the backend application providing the desired functionality. The SOAP Server is Credit Check Service which wraps the backend application.

S S TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs .M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3 Lab Implementation Design SOAP Server processes Design SOAP client process Test Credit Check Web Service using SOAP Client S Page 94 © TIBCO Software Inc. Lab Implementation Complete the lab exercises that follow to implement the Credit Check Web Service component.

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Objectives ■ Generate ■ Test Credit Check Service.0 (userXX domain created) 5.3.html Database and Mercury Email servers Directions Complete the exercises that follow. TIBCO Software Inc.3. page 98 Credit Check Service.Lab B: Implement Credit Check Service Lab B Implement Credit Check Service Overview In this lab you generate a Web Service from an existing business process.3.0 (added to the userXX domain) to the instructor server for: Home Page at http://edusvr:8080/bw/index.3.0 Software pre-installed and configured on your userXX machine: ◆ Runtime ◆ Administrator ◆ EMS ◆ BWP ◆ BusinessWorks ■ Connectivity ◆ Oracle 4. Page 97 .2 5. page 100 Prerequisites ■ EDUSVR ■ TIBCO instructor server and userXX student client platform Agent (TRA) 5.

M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. then drag-and-drop the desired global variable. Analysis: This connection provides the transport for the Web Service. Steps 1.3 Lab B . configure new resource /SharedConnections/HTTP Connection. In your bwpXX project.Exercise 1: Generate Credit Check Service In this exercise you expose PerformCreditCheck as a Web Service and available for clients who would want to call it.Name%% (delete the default value localhost and replace with this global variable. ■ Name: ■ Host: ■ Port: SOAPServerHTTP %%bwp/host. you must first select this icon. BW supports HTTP and JMS for transporting SOAP messages. Page 98 TIBCO Education Programs . see "To do this" below) 7575 To do this: To use a global variable instead of hard-coding a value: ■ Select the Global Variables tab the bwp global variable group the host.Name global variable to the Host field ■ Expand ■ Drag-and-drop Note: If the field has a globe icon marker to its right.

■ In the project tree select process PerformCreditCheck and select Tools or Multi-User > Generate Web Service > From Process the service as shown and click Generate: ■ Right-click ■ Configure Analysis: Once generated. the saved WSDL should appear TIBCO Software Inc. scroll to the bottom of the WSDL and notice it contains the endpoint binding and transport URL. SOAP process (wsPerformCreditCheck) and abstract WSDL (intfPerformCreditCheck) are created in the /CreditCheck folder. indicating that this is the concrete WSDL WSDL Source tab (scroll up to view). 3. change the Target Namespace to the following: Apply and then click Save WSDL ■ In the ■ Click ■ Save ■ In http://www. Save the concrete WSDL file for use by clients to call the service. Page 99 . the service agent (intfPerformCreditCheck-service). save your project then select project folder /SharedResources and from the menu select Resources > Refresh.Lab B: Implement Credit Check Service 2.com/bwp/services/creditcheckconcrete this WSDL to C:\BWEDU\bwpXX\SharedResources with the name CreditCheckService_ConcreteWSDL (case sensitive) Designer. Expose PerformCreditCheck as a Web Service.tibco. ■ Select ■ In the intfPerformCreditCheck-service icon in the project tree the WSDL Source tab.

Initiate TestCreditCheck with the CreditCheckRequest element type. TestCreditCheck uses the concrete WSDL file to call the service. Create new process named TestCreditCheck that includes a SOAP client activity.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. ■ Configure the Start activity’s Output Editor with the CreditCheckSchema: XML Element Reference CreditCheckSchema CreditCheckRequest ◆ Content: ◆ Schema: ◆ Element: Page 100 TIBCO Education Programs . Steps 1.Exercise 2: Test Credit Check Service TestCreditCheck is a simple client to the CreditCheckService used to test this service.3 Lab B . As a client to the service. ■ Create ■ In new process /ProcessDefinitions/CreditCheck/TestCreditCheck from Start to SOAP Request Reply to End this process add a SOAP Request Reply resource ■ Transition 2.

Return the result of the credit check by configuring the End activity.Lab B: Implement Credit Check Service 3. ■ Name: ■ For ■ In ■ In Invoke CreditCheckService the Service. Verify the design of your completed TestCreditCheck. Page 101 . TIBCO Software Inc. map: $Invoke-CreditCheckService/outputMessage/ CreditCheckResult/Status 5. browse to and select /SharedResources/CreditCheckService_ConcreteWSDL the Input tab map $Start/CreditCheckRequest to inputMessage/CreditCheckRequest and select "Make a copy of ’CreditCheckRequest’" in the Mapping Wizard and click Finish the Output tab. Call the CreditCheckService process by configuring the SOAP Request Reply activity. verify that the outputMessage/CreditCheckResult/Status is returned 4. ■ Input Editor: XML Element Reference /SharedResources/CreditCheckSchema CreditCheckResult ◆ Content: ◆ Schema: ◆ Element: ■ For ◆ Status: the Input to CreditCheckResult.

stop the tester (i. click the red button) Page 102 TIBCO Education Programs .3 6.e. ■ Validate ■ In ■ In the project and debug any errors (Project > Validate Project For Deployment) the project tree select process CreditCheck/TestCreditCheck so that it is in view the Tester tab click the green arrow. check the following components and click Load Selected: ◆ ProcessDefinitions/CreditCheck/intfPerformCreditCheck-service ◆ ProcessDefinitions/CreditCheck/TestCreditCheck ■ Highlight the TestCreditCheck process and click the green circle icon (in other words. test for an "Accepted" credit check using: 3000 1234123412341234 ◆ Amount: ◆ In ■ Test ◆ AccountID: the End activity you should see the "Accepted" status 4000 1111111111111111 for a "Rejected" credit check using: ◆ Amount: ◆ In ■ After ◆ AccountID: the End activity you should see the "Rejected" status testing is complete.. Test CreditCheckService and debug any errors.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. create a job for TestCreditCheck) ■ In the "Input Data" window.

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page 106 Steps. page 117 Authorization and Access. page 118 Resource Management. page 123 TIBCO Software Inc. page 122 Introduction. Page 105 . Topics ■ Objectives. page 108 Enterprise Archives. page 119 Control Using TIBCO XML Canon™. page 115 Communications. page 109 Adapter and Shared Archives. page 112 ■ Application ■ Configuring ■ Deploying. page 107 ■ Deployment ■ Validating ■ Building ■ Process. Project for Deployment. page 121 ■ Domain ■ Domain ■ Version ■ Why ■ Lab Use XML Canon with BW?. page 110 Deployment in Administrator. page 114 ■ Redeploying ■ Managing ■ Domain ■ User and Monitoring Deployments. page 116 Management. page 111 Deployment Details.Unit 5: Deployment and Management Unit 5 Deployment and Management This unit introduces you to the BusinessWorks deployment environment with an emphasis on key features and capabilities. page 113 and Versioning.

M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. manage and monitor process application Manage domain resources and users © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Education Programs Objectives After completing this unit you will know: ■ Key features and requirements of the BusinessWorks deployment environment deployment means in context of BusinessWorks BusinessWorks components can be deployed to configure a project component for deployment to deploy a project component ■ What ■ What ■ How ■ How ■ What ■ How monitoring information is provided by default and how to customize monitoring to manage domain users and resources using the Administrator interface Page 106 TIBCO Education Programs .3 Objectives S Knowledge • Explain BW deployment techniques • Define runtime components and environment • Describe application deployment and management S Skills • • • • Validate a project and build enterprise archive Configure application deployment Deploy.

configure application • Deploy and run • Manage and monitor TIBCO Education Programs Page 107 . The deployment package is then uploaded to the BW runtime environment using Administrator.Unit 5: Deployment and Management Deployment Steps Designer Design Project VCS Administrator Deploy EAR Manage Debug Designer • Validate project • Configure deployment and build archive © TIBCO Software Inc. and then. you create the project archive deployment package. S S Administrator • Upload archive . TIBCO BusinessWorks process engines and TIBCO Adapter Agents are the components you can deploy. and you use this tool to configure the application(s) for deployment and then deploy. still using Designer. TIBCO Software Inc. Deployment Steps Deployment is a two step process: first you design and test your project using Designer.

Validating Project for Deployment The first thing to do when preparing a project for deployment (after testing and debugging).M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. is to use the Designer validator utility to verify that the project is ready for deployment.3 Validating Project for Deployment Designer utility for validating project deployment S Page 108 Provides error • • • • Details Go to resource Sorting and saving Revalidating © TIBCO Software Inc. S TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs .

TIBCO Software Inc. adapter services and shared resources. This archive can then be given to the administrator for deployment. You can build the package manually or use the "Create Project EAR" option to quickly create a project deployment package. Page 109 . Clicking "Build Archive" creates the deployment package *.ear. TIBCO Education Programs Building Enterprise Archives Once validated you then create the project archive file that contains process.Unit 5: Deployment and Management Building Enterprise Archives S Build using Designer or through command line S EAR Contents • Process archives • Shared archives • Adapter archives S Designer options • Tools > Create Project EAR for quick archiving • Configure manually using deployment palettes © TIBCO Software Inc.

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M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. so you can revert to a previous deployment configuration if necessary. Deployment history is maintained as well as versions. Redeploying and Versioning Administrator makes it easy to redeploy applications if the archived project has changed or if there was a problem during deployment. Page 114 S TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs .3 Redeploying and Versioning S S If project changes • Validate and archive • Upload new EAR • Redeploy Deployment configuration is versioned and revertible Deployment history is kept © TIBCO Software Inc.

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M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. Domain Communications Page 116 TIBCO Education Programs .3 Domain Communications S TIBCO Runtime Agent (TRA) • Used for deployment and monitoring S Component start/stop options: TRA or HTTPS Admin GUI BW Process Engine TIBCO Administrator Admin Server Domain Security Project Repository Web Server T R A T R A BUS Domain TIBCO Education Programs © TIBCO Software Inc.

The Users module enables administrators to create domain user accounts.Unit 5: Deployment and Management User Management Users • Create and manage © TIBCO Software Inc. With TIBCO BusinessWorks. S S S Roles • Create and manage • Set authorization • Assign to users Authorization • Grant access to: – BW projects (repository data) – TIBCO Administrator UI TIBCO Education Programs Page 117 . TIBCO Software Inc. you can create Roles. The administrator can create and remove users or search existing users and edit their domain log in credentials (name / password). User Management In Administrator the User Management module provides security over domain users. Note that the user specified on install of the TIBCO Administrator Server is assigned root (full) administrative privileges. grant authorization privileges to those roles and assign roles to users.

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project. composite business services such as "Hiring an employee" or "Processing a Loan" are implemented. in its repository. shared resources.3 Why Use XML Canon with BW? S XML-based version control S Web-based desktop for managing SOA assets © TIBCO Software Inc. schemas. Page 122 TIBCO Education Programs . process-.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. etc. But as higher-level.or enterprise-wide. inter-dependencies increase. TIBCO Education Programs Why Use XML Canon with BW? XML Canon provides a web-based desktop for viewing and managing all the services. Fine-grained data services like database lookups may be independent. XML Canon allows users to analyze the impact of an asset change. dramatically improving reusability.

TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Education Programs Lab Introduction In the lab that follows you learn to deploy and manage a BusinessWorks process. Page 123 .Unit 5: Deployment and Management Lab Introduction S Deploy and manage a BW process • Validate process for deployment • Create process archive • Configure process deployment • Deploy and monitor • Version control using XML Canon © TIBCO Software Inc.

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page 127 and Monitor Credit Check Service.2 5. TIBCO Software Inc.html Database and Mercury Email servers Canon http://edusvr:8893 Directions Complete the tasks that follow.0 Software pre-installed and configured on your userXX machine: ◆ Runtime ◆ Administrator ◆ EMS ◆ BWP ◆ XML ◆ BusinessWorks ■ Connectivity ◆ Oracle 4. Page 125 .3.Lab C: Deploy Credit Check Service Lab C Deploy Credit Check Service Overview In this lab you configure and deploy your BusinessWorks project and practice fundamental application management and monitoring techniques using TIBCO Administrator. Objectives ■ Archive ■ Deploy ■ Manage Credit Check Service for Deployment.0 (added to the userXX domain) to the instructor server for: Home Page http://edusvr:8080/bw/index. page 129 Project Version Control. page 126 Credit Check Service.3. page 132 ■ Implement Prerequisites ■ EDUSVR ■ TIBCO instructor server and userXX student client platform Agent (TRA) 5.0 (userXX domain created) 5.3.3.

3 Lab C .Exercise 1: Archive Credit Check Service for Deployment When you are ready to deploy your project. ■ Expand ■ Rename ■ In (open) the Enterprise Archive resource to reveal the Process and Shared Archives the Process Archive resource CreditCheckService the intfPerformCreditCheck-service and click OK the Processes tab icon.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. click Build Archive (lower left) OK to confirm the creation of the EAR file ■ Click Page 126 TIBCO Education Programs .ear ◆ An ◆ For ■ Select ◆ Name: ◆ File ◆ Include 2. drag this resource to the project \Deployments folder bwpXX (leave as is) all service level global variables: checked the \Deployments\bwpXX enterprise archive resource and configure it: Location: C:\bwpXX. Steps 1. Configure the Process Archive to contain the Credit Check Service. ■ In ■ In the project tree select the /Deployments/bwpXX enterprise archive the enterprise archive resource. Designer is used to generate an Enterprise Archive (EAR). click the "Add a process starter to this archive" icon: ◆ Select Analysis: The Shared Archive is built by default and auto-populated with all shared components required by the Process or Adapter archive(s) in the archive. Configure the bwpXX project EAR for deployment. 3. ■ From the Designer menu select Tools > Create Project EAR Enterprise Archive resource named bwpXX is added to the project at the root level organization. Build the bwpXX Enterprise Archive deployment package. which contains the information about the application components (Processes and Adapters) you want to deploy.

■ Select ■ Click ■ Click ■ In the bwpXX folder to and open file C:\bwpXX. Upload the EAR file to the bwpXX application container.xx ■ Save TIBCO Software Inc. confirm the "Target" for this service: your deployment configuration settings userXX .ear New Application OK to upload the EAR file ■ Browse the New Application Configuration window.3 > TIBCO Administrator 2.Exercise 2: Deploy Credit Check Service In this exercise you upload the EAR file to TIBCO Administrator and then deploy it.0.Lab C: Deploy Credit Check Service Lab C . Start TIBCO Administrator and log in using your userXX credentials. Steps 1. ■ In Administrator select Application Management and click New Folder bwpXX (replace XX with your two-digit ID) Save ■ Name: ■ Click 3.new bwengine 5. Page 127 . Create a folder named bwpXX to contain your deployment application.3. ■ Start > Programs > TIBCO > TIBCO Administrator Enterprise Edition 5.

Verify that the process is deployed and troubleshoot as necessary. click Deploy a description. ■ Select ■ In ■ Enter ■ Click Application Management > bwpXX > bwpXX > Configuration the Configuration Builder. this requires redeployment via Administrator. you should see that "Deployability" is synchronized and its "Deployment Status" is success your deployment status does not indicate "Synchronized" and "Success" try these troubleshooting steps: ◆ Redeploy: ■ If – Click Deploy and try it again ◆ Undeploy: – Select Undeploy then reupload the EAR file and deploy it again Page 128 TIBCO Education Programs .M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3 4. Changes made to the ear file after deployment are not automatically propagated to the deployed project. It can be deleted after deployment. ■ If deployed successfully. 5. Deploy the BW service to the target application. such as "Initial Deployment" and leave all other settings as default OK to deploy the service agent Analysis: The EAR file is used only for deployment.

select it so that it is highlighted and click Start ■ You ◆ If Analysis: From this view the status all TIBCO service instances can be monitored and managed. For example.00 1234123412341234 ■ Test ◆ Amount: ■ Test ◆ AccountID: ◆ Amount: ■ Stop for a "Rejected" credit check using: 4000 1111111111111111 ◆ AccountID: test mode TIBCO Software Inc. 2. ■ In Administrator select Application Management > All Service Instances should see that the userXX . Verify that your deployed CreditCheckService engine is running.CreditCheckService service instance is Running not. You also explore key files created during application deployment. ■ In Designer place TestCreditCheck into test mode (NOT any other process) for an "Accepted" credit check using: 3000. Steps 1.Exercise 3: Manage and Monitor Credit Check Service In this exercise you use TIBCO Administrator to perform runtime monitoring and management of active business processes. in addition to the process service. you should also see that the TIBCO Administrator service appears and is listed as Running.Lab C: Deploy Credit Check Service Lab C . Page 129 . Test your deployed CreditCheckService instance.

■ View machine resources: Machines in the Resource Management console status is shown for your userXX machine ◆ Select ◆ The ◆ Select ■ View your userXX link and note the detailed information of your machine.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. ■ View ◆ In ■ Stop Administrator service agent tracing: All Service Instances > userXX .3 3.CreditCheckService so it is highlighted and click Stop a few moments this engine should be Stopped ◆ Select ◆ Place ◆ After Tip: Toggle the meter icon in the upper right to force refresh. Monitor and manage process engine instance activity.CreditCheckService (click the link) the Tracing tab click Search should see messages indicating that the service agent started All Service Instances ◆ Select ◆ You the CreditCheckService process engine: a check next to userXX . including disk and CPU usage statistics installed software: Resource Management > Installed Software ◆ Select ◆ This ■ Exit view provides summary information about the TIBCO software components installed in the domain TIBCO Administrator Page 130 TIBCO Education Programs .

For initial debugging of a deployed component this script can be used to start the component. ■ On the target machine the TIBCO application (engine or adapter) is deployed to: C:\tibco\tra\domain\DOMAIN_NAME\application\DEPLOYMENT_FOLDER _NAME\ENTERPRISE_ARCHIVE_NAME. This file also defines the working environment for this component.dat).cmd Analysis: A one line script to start the BW engine. ■ On the domain server machine where TIBCO Administrator Server is running: C:\tibco\administrator\domain\DOMAIN_NAME\data\ DOMAIN_NAME-ENTERPRISE_ARCHIVE_NAME.Lab C: Deploy Credit Check Service 4. both as a folder and as the first part of the file name.tra Analysis: A text file containing startup information used by the startup script (CMD file) to obtain deployed BW engine configuration information from the admin server. The second part of the dat file name is the name of the EAR.dat Analysis: This file is a rewrite of the ear file as a repository file (*. The name of the DOMAIN appears here twice. the domain admin server has a copy of the deployment definition in this dat file which is used to initialize the component at startup. When deployed. Explore files created during deployment of BW process engine instance. This should be done in a command window in order to see stderr startup messages even if it will not start. Page 131 . ■ On the target machine where the TIBCO application (engine or adapter) is deployed to: C:\tibco\tra\domain\DOMAIN_NAME\application\DEPLOYMENT_FOLDER _NAME\ENTERPRISE_ARCHIVE_NAME-PROCESS_ARCHIVE_NAME.PROCESS_ARCHIVE_NAME. TIBCO Software Inc.

Check your bwpXX project into TIBCO XML Canon™ (running on the instructor server). evidenced by the userXX category (and others) to which you have access in Canon: Analysis: WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning) is an extension to HTTP that allows document uploads. Page 132 TIBCO Education Programs .g. click Browse the "Browse for Project Folder" dialog: – In the http:// field enter edusvr:9983 – Click Connect ■ Select ◆ In ◆ For ◆ Provide ■ You your userXX credentials and click OK should now have a WebDAV connection to the XML Canon Server from Designer.. Steps 1. select Project > Save As the XML Canon tab and configure the connection: the XML Canon category. ■ From the Designer menu of your bwpXX project. locking and property attribution (e.Exercise 4: Implement Project Version Control In this exercise you use TIBCO XML Canon to version control and manage your BW project. XML Canon is a WebDAV server. while TIBCO Designer is a WebDAV client.3 Lab C . version number. author).M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.

Page 133 . Create a new Canon child category named bwpXX and save your project to it. Your project is now saved to Canon. you should see that it contains the child category bwpXX http://edusvr:9983 ■ Provide ■ From ■ Expand ■ Select the Canon home page select Browse > Categories the bwpXX category. access the XML Canon desktop using the following URL: your userXX credentials and click Submit to login into Canon the userXX category. you should see that it is empty since you have not yet checked in the project resources TIBCO Software Inc. ■ In the "Browse For Project Folder" dialog. verify that your XML Canon Category is listed as: OK to save the project to Canon ■ Click ■ Name ■ Click ■ Back ■ Click ■ Highlight http://edusvr:9983/userXX/bwpXX/ 3.Lab C: Deploy Credit Check Service 2. you should now see folder /userXX/bwpXX the bwpXX folder and click Select Folder at the "Save Project" dialog. double-click the userXX category the New Folder icon at the upper right of the dialog the new folder the same as your project: bwpXX (replace XX with your ID) OK to create the folder. ■ Using Internet Explorer. or is it? Verify at http://edusvr:9983 as userXX.

■ In the Canon Web interface logged in as userXX: the <F5> key to refresh the data in your browser the Home > Recent tab view you are presented with. ■ Return ■ From ■A ■ Click ■ Close to your bwpXX session in Designer the menu bar select Multi-User > Check In Changes Check in all and the entire project is checked into Canon the check in dialog list of changes appears in the XML Canon Check-in dialog Analysis: There is required metadata associated with any BW project. first create the project in Designer. ■ In Designer you now should see locks on all project folders and resources Analysis: A client-side lock on a resource indicates that it is checked into a revision control system (RCS).M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. Thus. you should see a listing of all newly uploaded assets asterisk next to each project asset indicates that it has been analyzed by Canon ◆ Press ◆ At ◆ An Analysis: Canon analyzes XML documents for version control and differencing. Non-XML documents can be stored and versioned by Canon but not compared. generating the metadata. Page 134 TIBCO Education Programs . ◆ In Canon browse to and expand category \userXX\bwpXX should see all project folders and resources checked into Canon ◆ You Analysis: On the Canon server-side the bwpXX project resources are not locked. Check in project assets to TIBCO XML Canon. Verify that the project is checked into TIBCO XML Canon. then check it into Canon. It must be acquired to be edited. 5.3 4.

verify attributes Version #. ■ In the Canon browser. Page 135 . as you have done. beneath "Detailed views. enter a label for this version such as: Initial Initial upload of tested bwpXX/CreditCheckService ◆ Click Update Attributes to complete the documentation of the upload (you should no longer see any assets in the DAV tab) Analysis: Each asset is versioned by Canon using a auto-incremented number. it would be assigned the "Version #" 2 could then compare the versions using the differencing engine (Show differences) finished logout of Canon and close your browser ◆ You ■ When TIBCO Software Inc. View the ProcessDOC for the PerformCreditCheck asset and explore version history. appreciate Canon’s versioning mechanism: you were to upload a new version of this asset. when done close the window the History tab for this asset.Lab C: Deploy Credit Check Service 6. Text-based user-defined revision labels can also be applied. ■ In the Canon Web interface select the Home > DAV tab the upload of the bwpXX project assets as follows: Check All to select all the uploaded assets (scroll to the bottom to see the button) ■ Document ◆ Click ◆ In ◆ In the Comment field. 7. enter a comment such as: the Revision Label field. navigate to category asset /userXX/bwpXX/ProcessDefinitions/ CreditCheck/PerformCreditCheck. Revision Label and Comment the bottom of this page.process this asset so that its "Document properties" and tabs appear to the right the Properties tab." click the ProcessDOC link separate browser window displays a graphical view of the activities in this process: ■ Select ■ In ■A ■ Near ■ Explore ■ In ◆ If the links provided by the ProcessDOC view. Use the Home > DAV tab to document the upload of the bwpXX project assets.

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page 141 Support. Page 137 . page 139 Process Design. page 142 ■ Multi-Platform ■ Conclusions. page 140 ■ Business ■ Project Administration. Topics ■ Objectives.Unit 6: TIBCO BusinessWorks™ Summary Unit 6 TIBCO BusinessWorks™ Summary In this unit we review the key BusinessWorks benefits and discuss how it can be the centerpiece of your integration framework. ■ TIBCO page 138 BusinessWorks™. page 143 TIBCO Software Inc.

M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3 Objectives S Knowledge • Review key features of BusinessWorks S Skills • Create a new process with limited guidance © TIBCO Software Inc. TIBCO Education Programs Objectives After completing this unit you will have: ■ Reviewed ■ Created some key features of TIBCO BusinessWorks a new process with limited guidance provided Page 138 TIBCO Education Programs .

Page 139 . XPath). data representation and expressions (native support for XML. and TIBCO AE Schema). TIBCO Software Inc. Since it is a GUI-based product. TIBCO Rendezvous). and data transformation (XSLT) standards. HTTP. With BusinessWorks you can manage the complete project lifecycle from the design and testing phase to the production phase. JNDI). it is easier to learn how to use and easier to see the business logic once it has been configured which means projects will be easier to maintain. Once deployed you can manage and monitor your integration projects as well. BusinessWorks also provides broad support for the latest standards including J2EE compliance (JMS. WSDL. Messaging (JMS. EJB. TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO BusinessWorks™ TIBCO BusinessWorks offers a complete integration framework. XPath. and more S Complete project lifecycle management • Design > Deploy > Manage > Monitor © TIBCO Software Inc. HTTPS). XSLT. SOAP. data description (native support for DTD. XSD.Unit 6: TIBCO BusinessWorks™ Summary TIBCO BusinessWorks S GUI-based SOA Integration framework S Standards • J2EE. protocols (SOAP.

Perforce. Microsoft Visual SourceSafe. optional workflow components. Page 140 S S S S S No programming required XML. and enterprise messaging.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3 Business Process Design TIBCO Designer • Standardized UI • Plug-in based • Fast development © TIBCO Software Inc. Clearcase. Currently TIBCO Canon. you can successfully configure advanced integration solutions without any coding. XSLT Easy maintenance • No proprietary languages Version control • Multiple developers TIBCO Education Programs TIBCO Education Programs . TIBCO Designer allows multiple developers to work on the same project. Because Designer uses XML as its underlying storage format. Business Process Design TIBCO Designer is a single unified interface for designing processes and configuring adapters. Developers can use file sharing/locking or a revision control system to ensure that the same resource is not changed by two developers at the same time. It also offers an integrated testing utility so that you can debug projects prior to deployment. CVS and PVCS are supported.

Deployment management—View all running components and stop and restart them as needed. Deployment monitoring—Monitor the status of each deployment component and process instance and the status of the machines executing them. Page 141 . adapters. TIBCO Education Programs Project Administration At runtime. TIBCO Software Inc. Start and stop as needed. Domain Monitoring and Management—View the status of machines and components running on machines in the domain.Unit 6: TIBCO BusinessWorks™ Summary Project Administration S Centralized administrator • Manage processes. View trace files and throughput. machines • Security framework S Browser-based S High availability • Fault tolerance • Load balancing © TIBCO Software Inc. User Management—Add users and passwords to the administration domain for authentication. TIBCO Administrator allows you to remotely access all deployments in your administration domain. then give each user view or execute privileges.

web services. Microsoft Windows Server 2003.7. Page 142 TIBCO Education Programs .1. Solaris 2. Solaris 9. Windows XP Professional Edition. HP-UX 11. TIBCO Education Programs Multi-Platform Support TIBCO BusinessWorks supports multiple operating systems including Microsoft Windows 2000. 11i. This offers you flexibility (for example you might develop on Windows and then deploy on Unix). A core strength of TIBCO products from the beginning has been the ability to integrate multiple disparate systems throughout the enterprise. Solaris 2.M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. This integration can be accomplished via adapters.3 Multi-Platform Support S Operating systems • Windows • Unix • Linux S External application support • Adapters • Web Services • Messaging © TIBCO Software Inc. and Linux.8.0. messaging or any combination of the three. AIX 5.

The GUI-based design interface allows for rapid development while providing many advanced integration capabilities. TIBCO Software Inc. Page 143 . Business integration projects build with TIBCO BusinessWorks can be easily extended and maintained as your business needs change.Unit 6: TIBCO BusinessWorks™ Summary Conclusions S Maximize existing investments S Rapid development environment S Foundation for future growth © TIBCO Software Inc. thus providing a foundation to support future growth. TIBCO BusinessWorks provides the integration framework that enables businesses to connect existing systems (and thus maximize existing investments). TIBCO Education Programs Conclusions In summary.

M-BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.3 Test Your Skills Lab Instructions S Develop a process to: • Accept a currency code • Fetch the value from the currency table in the database • Email the result to userXX © TIBCO Software Inc. ■ Your ■ Your email host is edusvr:25 email address is userXX@edusvr Advanced option: ■ Handle invalid currency code entries Page 144 TIBCO Education Programs . TIBCO Education Programs Test Your Skills Lab Instructions Additional information: ■ Access ■ To to the database is available via userXX login credentials view available currency codes in a command prompt: userXX/userXX@edusvr.com select CURRENCY_CODE from EXCHANGE_RATE.tibco.

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page 155 the Computer’s Identity. page 149 ODBC DSNs. Please use this appendix as a reference as needed. page 153 Your Network Connection. page 152 ■ Managing ■ Managing ■ Working ■ Finding with Programming Code. page 154 ■ Managing TIBCO Software Inc. page 148 with Zipped Files (Using WinZip).Appendix: Common Operating System Tasks Appendix A Common Operating System Tasks We recognize that while some who attend our training courses are quite familiar with the Windows operating system and how to accomplish various configurations and steps. page 151 Environment Variables. others may be less familiar. page 150 Windows Services. Page 147 . Sections ■ Working ■ Working ■ Creating with Command Prompt (DOS) Windows.

you can navigate faster by using the * symbol for name completion. For example. How to open a command prompt window: ■ Option 1: on Start and choose Run cmd and click OK > Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt ◆ Click ◆ Type ■ Option ■ Option ◆ Start 2: 3: ◆ Often the computer we provide you is configured with shortcut to a command prompt on the task bar.. type in cd followed by a space followed by a child directory name. 4. How to open a document from a Command Prompt in a Text Editor: ■ From the directory where the document is located type notepad <doc_name> and hit the <Enter> key.3 Working with Command Prompt (DOS) Windows 1. type in cd. The shortcut is black colored (with c:\ text) 2. Page 148 TIBCO Education Programs . to navigate from C:\ to C:\Documents and Settings just type cd doc* and then hit the <Enter> key. ◆ At ◆ TIP: ■ To go up a directory: ◆ At 3. How to access command history (commands you have already entered in a given Command Prompt session): ■ Use the <Up> and <Down> arrow keys on your keyboard.BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. How to navigate in a command prompt window: ■ To go down a directory: the prompt. the prompt.

right-click and choose Win Zip > Add to > <name_of_file_or_folder_selected>. This shows the directory structure that each file in the zip file will extract to. Windows 2000 you will need to use the WinZip program. For example if the path shows "temp" and extract to the root of the c: drive. How to create a zip file: ■ Highlight the file or files you wish to zip (if more than one. ■ This will create the file either in the same directory where the files you zipped are located or one directory up from there (in the case of a folder). Page 149 .Appendix: Common Operating System Tasks Working with Zipped Files (Using WinZip) 1. the file will extract to c:\temp. and then click Extract. on the zip file to open WinZip ◆ Double-click ◆ Notice that one of the columns in the WinZip window that appears is labeled "Path". ◆ Click the extract button. TIBCO Software Inc. hold down the control key as you highlight them or if an entire folder highlight the folder). specify the location to extract to (and if you want to extract all files or just the selected file(s). 2.zip. How to extract files from a zip file: ■ On ■ On Windows 2003 or Windows XP you will not need to use WinZip because you can view the contents of zip files right through Windows Explorer.

it must be on the running and on the network) SQL Server authentication the Login ID and Password (e. How to create an ODBC Data Source Name for SQL Server 2000 ■ Follow ■ Click ■ Here the menu path Start > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Data Sources (ODBC) on the System DSN tab and choose Add SQL Server as the driver and click Finish userXX EDUSVR (select from list . How to create an ODBC Data Source Name for Oracle 10g ■ Follow ■ Click ■ Here the menu path Start > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Data Sources (ODBC) on the System DSN tab and choose Add Oracle in OraDb10g_home1 as the driver and click Finish Source Name: userXX Service Name: EDUSVR (select from list) ID: userXX is an example Oracle ODBC Driver Configuration: ■ Select ◆ Data ◆ TNS ◆ User ■ Click ■ Click Test Connection. userXX) is an example Data Source to SQL Server configuration: ■ Select ◆ Name: ◆ Server: ◆ Choose ◆ Provide Page 150 TIBCO Education Programs .g. 2. userXX) and verify success OK to complete the configuration.3 Creating ODBC DSNs 1.g. enter the password (e.BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.

You may then want to click the <F5> (refresh) key to see if the status for the service has changed. double-click the service the General tab the desired Startup type from the drop down list Note: If you choose Manual. Note: you can click Close in the status window that pops up without cancelling the operations. the service will not start when rebooted (even if it is Started now) ◆ Select ◆ You may also Start or Stop the service from here Apply and then OK ◆ Click TIBCO Software Inc. How to change service properties ■ In ■ In the Windows Services panel.Appendix: Common Operating System Tasks Managing Windows Services 1. 2. 3. How to stop or start services ■ In the Windows Services panel. Page 151 . right-click the service and choose Start or Stop as desired. How to open the Windows Services window ■ Follow the menu path Start > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services Note: machines provided by TIBCO will often already have a shortcut to this window in the Task Bar.

highlight it and click Edit. These steps were written on XP. How to view and set the System PATH and CLASSPATH environment variables ■ The easiest way to view your current PATH or CLASSPATH settings is to pull up a Command Prompt window and type set path or set classpath (or simply type set to see all variables and their values returned) modify the PATH or CLASSPATH: Note: The exact menu paths for doing this can vary depending on the Microsoft OS version. locate the variable you want to edit. OK in all three open windows when done modifying the settings ◆ Carefully ◆ Click Page 152 TIBCO Education Programs . ◆ From ◆ In ◆ In ■ To the Desktop. Remember that semi-colons are required between each entry. Note also that a period symbol denotes "local directory".3 Managing Environment Variables 1. add or delete the folder and/or file references. right-click My Computer and choose Properties the Advanced tab click on Environment Variables the System variables list (the bottom one).BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.

To do this. your code has compiled successfully. is in your system PATH variable.bat file that may set this (as well as other) variable for you command prompt session. To do this. see Managing Environment Variables.Appendix: Common Operating System Tasks Working with Programming Code 1. navigate to the directory where your java code (*. ◆ Alternatively. in a Command Prompt type set path. How to compile Java code ■ Verify the ■ Verify JDK is installed on your computer.java) is and type in the following: javac <code_file_name>. If so.java 2. How to run Java code ■ In a Command Prompt (DOS) window. page 152 for how to set it. Page 153 . TIP: to compile all the java files in a single directory type the following: javac *. navigate to the directory that contains your compiled code (the files that end with the . run it in the current Command Prompt session that you will subsequently use to compile the code.class extension) and type the following: java <code_file_name> TIBCO Software Inc. open a Command Prompt and type java -version <JAVA_HOME>\bin. ■ In a Command Prompt.java If no errors are presented. If you do not see the reference to the JDK’s bin directory. you may have been provided with a Setup.

3 Finding the Computer’s Identity 1.BWE: Essentials of TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5. How to find the hostname or full computer name of your computer ■ Option ◆ In 1: 2: a Command Prompt type hostname ■ Option ◆ Right-click on My Computer and choose Properties. Click on the Computer Name tab to view the full computer name (which includes the hostname as well as the domain name) Page 154 TIBCO Education Programs .

Appendix: Common Operating System Tasks Managing Your Network Connection 1. Page 155 . scroll to the bottom of the list of items the connection uses and highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) then click Properties. type ipconfig /renew and wait 3. How to check your network connection: ■ In a Command Prompt. then your computer is using a "static" IP address. ◆ If ◆ If Note: You should not change these settings without first consulting with the instructor. How to check the type of network connection you have (Static or Dynamic) ■ From ■ In ■ In the Desktop. ■ Right-click the General tab. ping edusvr) the attempt timed out.g. TIBCO Software Inc. the TCP/IP Properties dialog that appears: the connection is set to "Obtain an IP address automatically" then your computer is using a "dynamic" IP address the connection is set to "Use the following IP address" and has numbers typed in below. your computer cannot find the instructor’s server. right-click on My Network Places and choose Properties on the Local Area Connection and choose Properties. type ipconfig you receive the message "Media disconnected" then you have no network connection ◆ If 2. ◆ If 4. How to verify communication with the instructor server: ■ In a Command Prompt. How to reset your network connection: ■ In a Command Prompt. type ping <SERVER_NAME> (e.

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