Overview: Siebel eBusiness Application Integration Volume I


How This Guide Is Organized

Additional Resources

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Universal Application Network Overview

Siebel eAI Overview

Application Services Interfaces Overview

Unicode Support and Siebel eAI

Inbound and Outbound Unicode Scenarios

Transcode Business Service

Legacy Encapsulation

Peer-to-Peer Integration

Integration Servers

Other Integration Strategies

Components of Siebel eAI

XML and Siebel eAI

Siebel eAI Adapters and Connectors

Siebel Virtual Business Components

Siebel eAI and Java/J2EE

Details of Siebel eAI

Configurable and Upgradeable Integration

Declarative Integration

Data Transformation

Cross-Application Process Integration

Preconfigured Integration Solutions

Universal Application Network

Siebel eAI Connectors

Application Services Interfaces

Web Services

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Understanding Integration Paradigms

Design Decisions

Usage Models



Access Mechanisms

Application Connectors

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Siebel eAI Architecture

Integration Requirements and Siebel eAI

Business Process Coordination Using Workflows

Transport Mechanisms

High-Volume Data Exchange

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Custom Business Scenarios

Common Integration Scenarios

Data Access and Replication

Contact Information

Company Catalog

Siebel Java Beans

Customer History Information

Data Across the Enterprise

B2B Integration

Legacy Data Integration

Data Transformation

Order Integration Scenario

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Scalability and Performance

MQSeries Transport Performance

Inbound Messages

Outbound Messages (SendReceive)

Performance Events

HTTP Inbound Transport Performance

EAI Siebel Adapter Performance

Integration Object Size

SQL Produced by the EAI Siebel Adapter

EAI Siebel Adapter in Parallel

Caching Parameter

Workflow Process Manager

Virtual Business Component Performance

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Error Messages and Troubleshooting Tips

EAI Siebel Adapter

MQ Transports

HTTP Transport

XML Converter

XML Gateway

XML File

Workflow Process

OLE DB Provider

Siebel Data Mapper

Siebel Server

Integration Object Configuration

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 Overview: Siebel eBusiness Application Integration Volume I 
 Published: 18 April 2003