e*Gate 4.5 Associate Developer Concepts (eBI 105)

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  • Seminar
  • Fortgeschritten
  • Inhouse
  • Dauer:
    9 Tage
Beschreibung

Introduction to the SeeBeyond eBusiness Integration Suite and the Introduction to e*Gate Integrator.
Gerichtet an: Engineers/Developers who will be responsible for configuring the e*Gate implementation. This class is designed for a technical audience..

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· Voraussetzungen

Programming experience

Basic Java (knowledge of data types, ability to perform casting, ability to use constructors, ability to perform simple mathematical operations, and ability to write and compile simple classes) recommended but not required

Themenkreis

Seminarziel:

Introduction to the SeeBeyond eBusiness Integration Suite and the Introduction to e*Gate Integrator.

Zielgruppe:

Engineers/Developers who will be responsible for configuring the e*Gate implementation. This class is designed for a technical audience.

Inhalt:

  • Introduction to the SeeBeyond eBusiness Integration Suite


  • Introduction to e*Gate Integrator


  • Introduction to e*Gate Host Types, the Purpose of an e*Gate Schema, and the Relationships between Components of an e*Gate Schema


  • Introduction to the Enterprise Manager GUI


  • Introduction to the e*Gate Enterprise Monitor GUI


  • The File System in e*Gate


  • Team Registry in e*Gate


  • Security in e*Gate


  • Access Control List (ACL)


  • Introduction to e*Gate Log File Location, Structure, Logging Levels, and Debug Flags


  • The Purpose and Use of an Event Type Definition (ETD) in e*Gate


  • Appropriate Levels of Parsing for ETDs


  • Creating Event Type Definitions using the Java and Monk ETD Editors


  • The Purpose of Collaboration Rule Definition Files


  • Creating a Collaboration Rule Definition File using both the Java Collaboration Editor and the Monk Collaboration Editor


  • The Purpose and Procedures for using the Monk Test Console


  • Methods available within the Java Collaboration Editor


  • Exception Handling in e*Gate


  • Steps for using try/catch code with Java Collaborations


  • Steps for using try/catch code with Monk Collaborations


  • e*Gate installations on Windows NT/2000/XP and Unix Platforms


  • JMS


  • Event Management


  • Journaling and Archiving with JMS IQ Managers


  • FIFO with JMS IQ Managers


  • Time-Based Sequencing


  • Archiving with Standard IQ Managers


  • FIFO with Standard IQ Managers


  • Tools used to import and export Schemas and Components


  • Event Linking and Sequencing


  • Multi-Mode e*Way and e*Way Connections


  • e*Gate Java Debugger and In-Schema Debugging


  • Administration GUIs ? JMS and IQ


  • Installation and Setup of the Alert Agent


  • Implementation of Notification Channels through modification of the Notification Routing Script


  • Installation of the SNMP Agent


  • Sub-Collaboration Rules ? Java and Monk


  • Intro to Database Connections in the e*Gate environment


  • Components, Functionality and Architecture of a Multi-Mode e*Way and Database e*Way Connections


  • Architecture of a Database e*Way


  • Using the Java Database Wizard to build a Database Event Type Definition


  • Using Java APIs


  • Creating Database Scripts with the Java Collaboration Editor


  • JDBC Overview


  • Using the Java Database ETD Methods to select from, update on, insert into, and delete from the Database


  • Using SqlAgents to select, update, insert and delete


  • Stored Procedures


  • Prepared SQL Statements


  • e*Way Connection Configuration


  • Using the Monk Database Converter to build a Database Event Type Definition


  • Using Monk APIs


  • Creating Database Scripts with the Monk Collaboration Editor


  • Using Monk to Select from a Database with ETD-Based Database Functions and SQL-Based APIs


  • Using Monk to Insert or Update a Database record with Structure-Based Functions


  • Dynamic SQL Statements


  • Stored Procedures


  • General Purpose Database Functions


  • e*Way Configuration File parameters


Voraussetzung:

Programming experience

Basic Java (knowledge of data types, ability to perform casting, ability to use constructors, ability to perform simple mathematical operations, and ability to write and compile simple classes) recommended but not required