Administering and Implementing WebSphere Business Integration Server V4.3
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Published 10 April 2006
IBM Form #: SG24-6647-00
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Authors: Alicia Harvey, Travis Jeanneret, Thiam Cheng Lee, Rangarajan S Manavalan, Marty Trice
This IBM IBM Redbooks publication describes three major phases in a WebSphere Business Integration (BI) project.
We discuss the planning and system design for a WebSphere BI infrastructure designed to support several business integration projects.
- We extend the real-life scenario written for another book. Following planning and design, we discuss the implementation of the run-time engines available in IBM WebSphere Business Integration Server V4.3.
- The next phase is developing and testing a business integration solution within our infrastructure. The integration solution combines three run-time engines of WebSphere Business Integration Server V4.3. These engines provide for human interaction, straight-through processing, and message brokering and aggregation.
- The final phase of our WebSphere BI project involves deploying the solution into the production environment, and how to manage this solution. We address issues such as how to coordinate stopping and starting components, and troubleshooting run-time problems. We end by discussing performance tuning in WebSphere Business Integration Server V4.3.
Table of contents
Part 1. Implementing a BI solution framework
Chapter 1. The state of business integration technology
Chapter 2. Building an implementation plan
Chapter 3. Implementing the runtime components
Chapter 4. Implementing client components
Part 2. Implementing business integration solution components
Chapter 5. Application scenario and solution design
Chapter 6. Implementing a process model in WebSphere MQ Workflow
Chapter 7. Sales order management in InterChange Server
Chapter 8. Replenishing parts in WebSphere BI Message Broker
Part 3. Managing a business integration solution
Chapter 9. Handling deployment and change
Chapter 10. Operational aspects of a WebSphere BI server implementation
Chapter 11. Tuning a WebSphere BI Server infrastructure
Appendix A. Our hardware and software configuration
Appendix B. Configuring LDAP for use with RBAC
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