Create, design, deploy, and activate the appropriate Projects and their Deployment Profiles (DPs), using Enterprise Designer.
As part of the previous operations, create and set up an Oracle external system instance on a B2B host’s Environment using Enterprise Designer. For more information on Oracle database requirements for eXchange and ebXML Protocol Manager, see System Requirements.
Also using Enterprise Designer, set up the appropriate features on the current Project’s Environment. This operation includes some configuration steps.
Configure and activate eXchange external and internal delivery channels (XDCs and IDCs) in ePM for the Trading Partners (TPs). This operation includes setting general eXchange configuration parameters and configuration steps specific to ebXML.
See Increasing the Oracle Number of Processes for information on how to configure ebXML Protocol Manager in ePM.
Perform the required initial run-time steps and run the Project.
This chapter briefly and generally describes the installation, setup, design, and run-time steps required to get an ebXML Protocol Manager Project and its ePM configuration set up and running. The chapter’s purpose is to provide a quick, easy set of procedures for reaching these goals, for the user who does not necessarily want or need all of the details.
For a complete, more detailed explanation of how to perform these steps, using the sample scenario provided with the CD-ROM with ebXML Protocol Manager, see Run-time Steps. The rest of this chapter describes, in general and without detail, how you can quickly perform the steps shown in the previous list.