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Migrating WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation to WebSphere Process Server & Best Practices

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on 29 April 2008, updated 30 April 2008

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ISBN-10: 0738485632
ISBN-13: 9780738485638
IBM Form #: SG24-7416-00

Authors: Davies Saida, Aditya P Dutta, Khaled Gamal, Susan Herrmann, David Kadlecek, Augusto Kiramoto, Jayasaikumar Padimiti, Vishnu Selvaraj, Jaime Valencia, Iftekhar Siddiqui, Ratan Siripurapu and Bo Wang

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    In this IBM® Redbooks publication, we discuss the concepts, differences, and migration paths that you must understand before you attempt to migrate the artifacts that you created using the IBM WebSphere® Studio Application Developer Integration Edition 5.1 product to the IBM WebSphere Integration Developer 6.0.2. We also include a discussion on how to migrate models that are developed in WebSphere Business Integration Modeler 5.1 to WebSphere Business Modeler 6.0.2.

    In this book, we provide guidance on how to migrate the processes that are installed and running in WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation to the new integration platform. We also tell you how to bring your components and artifacts to this new generation of integration paradigm.

    Part 1, "Products overview and migration planning" on page 1 of this book provides a product overview and helps you to assess your environment and plan WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation migration to WebSphere Process Server 6.0.2

    Part 2, "Migration procedure" on page 51 provides detailed steps that are required for migration and includes the tools that are available, the artifacts that are involved, and best practices. In this section, we also demonstrate the migration process using practical migration scenarios that cover most of WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation capabilities, which includes process choreography, human activities and staff assignment, and exception and error handling.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Products overview and migration planning

    Chapter 1. Introduction to the redbook

    Chapter 2. Product overview

    Chapter 3. Migration concepts

    Chapter 4. Migration planning

    Part 2. Migration procedure

    Chapter 5. Migration options

    Chapter 6. Migrating build time artifacts

    Chapter 7. Migrating runtime components

    Chapter 8. Best practices

    Chapter 9. Technical scenarios

    Chapter 10. Troubleshooting

    Appendix A. Additional material


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