An ASI is published in a standard metadata format such as Extensible Markup

An asi is published in a standard metadata format

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An ASI is published in a standard metadata format, such as Extensible Markup Language Document Type Definitions (XML DTD), and Web Services Descriptive Language/XML Schemas (WSDL/XSD). They are built using the ASI Framework. For more information, see Siebel Application Services Interface Reference .
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Overview of Siebel EAI About Interfaces for Siebel Application Services Overview: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration Version 8.1 17 Types of ASI Interfaces An ASI is either an inboud ASI and or an outboud ASI. Inbound ASI Figure 2 illustrates how an inbound ASI is used to accept data into a Siebel application from an external system by using Siebel workflow processes, Siebel business services, and Siebel data synchronization services through the Siebel Object Manager. Figure 2. Inbound ASI
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Overview: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration Version 8.1 Overview of Siebel EAI About Interfaces for Siebel Application Services 18 Outbound ASI Figure 3 illustrates how an Outbound ASI is used to send data that is based on a UI event or a trigger in a Siebel workflow process. Figure 3. Outbound ASI
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Overview of Siebel EAI About Web Services Overview: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration Version 8.1 19 About Web Services A web service is programmable application logic that is accessed by using a standard Internet protocol, such as HTTP, and data formats, such as XML. Because a web service combines component based development with the Internet, it is reused regardless of how the service is implemented. A web service is based on communication protocols that include HTTP, XML, Simple Object Application Protocol (SOAP), and Web Services Description Language (WSDL). A web service must be developed on a computer platform and in a development environment that can communicate with another web service that also uses these common protocols. Features provided with a web service include: WS Security Support. The Web Services Security specification is a Web Services standard that supports, integrates, and unifies multiple security models and technologies, allowing a variety of systems to interoperate in an environment that is independent of a particular platform or language. WS-I Compliance. By providing the ability to publish a Siebel Web Service as a Document Literal or Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) Literal bound Web Service, the Siebel application conforms to the specification, as defined by the (WS-I) Basic Profile specification from the Web Services Interoperability Organization. Adherence to this specification makes sure that the Siebel application can interoperate with an external provider of a Web Service. Web Services Cache Refresh. The Web Services cache stores the global administration information that is manipulated in the Inbound and Outbound Web Service administration screens. The information contained in these services might require a refresh in order to provide more current or correct functionality. An administrator can directly refresh the memory cache in real time, without stopping and restarting Siebel services.
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  • Summer '16
  • Oracle
  • Enterprise application integration, Siebel, Siebel EAI, Siebel’s Sample Database

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