Integration requirements include Transport mechanisms for interfacing with

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Integration requirements include: Transport mechanisms for interfacing with other technologies Siebel EAI features and components include transport adapters, such as: IBM MQSeries Microsoft MSMQ HTTP Java Message Service For more information, see Transport Mechanisms on page 41 . Integration requirements include: High volume data exchange Siebel EAI features and components include: Enterprise Integration Manager (EIM) For more information, see High Volume Data Exchange on page 42 . Integration requirements include: Standards based Integration mechanisms Siebel EAI features and components include: XML as a format for data exchange COM programmatic interfaces Programmatic interfaces based on Java HTTP as a transport protocol Not applicable. Table 2. Integration Requirements and How They Relate to Siebel EAI Integration Requirement Siebel EAI Feature or Component Description
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Architecture for Siebel EAI Overview of Architecture for Siebel EAI Overview: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration Version 8.1 41 Figure 12 illustrates how a workflow process can respond to a trigger that is based on an event or to a trigger that is based on time. The workflow calls a transport, a script, or an object interface in order to communicate with an external application. For more information, see Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide . Transport Mechanisms Many companies standardize on a transport solution, such as MQSeries from IBM, or MSMQ from Microsoft. These transports allow the transportation of messages between systems. Oracle conforms to this standard by allowing you to plug a Siebel application into these environments through the Siebel EAI set of adapters, which include the MQSeries adapter, the MSMQ adapter, and the HTTP adapter. Figure 12. Siebel Workflow Architecture with Siebel EAI
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Overview: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration Version 8.1 Architecture for Siebel EAI Overview of Architecture for Siebel EAI 42 A transport adapter that is developed by Oracle or by a partner that is certified by Siebel, allows diverse applications to communicate with a Siebel application across various operating systems, networks, and databases. Figure 13 on page 42 illustrates the various transports that are available in order to communicate to and from a Siebel application when a new order is processed. One or more of these transports can be used in an integration, depending upon requirements from existing applications and other factors. These transports can also be configured as a Siebel Server Receiver to receive a message. For example, the MQSeries Server Receiver. For more information, see Transports and Interfaces: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration . High Volume Data Exchange In order to avoid a network slowdown or interference with another application, your organization might require a way to schedule a high volume integration at a specific time, typically at night. This type of integration often involves updating hundreds of millions of customer records. This high volume of activity requires a batch mechanism that is capable of processing large amounts of data in a timely fashion. Siebel Enterprise Integration Manager (EIM) allows you to schedule a high
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