Overview: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration

What's New in This Release

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Siebel EAI Overview

About the Universal Application Network

About Siebel EAI

About Siebel Application Services Interfaces

About Unicode Support and Siebel EAI

Inbound and Outbound Unicode Scenarios for XML Messages

Using the Transcode Business Service for Non-XML Data

About Legacy Encapsulation

About Peer-to-Peer Integration

About Connecting Applications Using Integration Servers

About Other Integration Strategies

About the Components of Siebel EAI

XML and Siebel EAI

Siebel EAI Adapters and Connectors

Siebel Virtual Business Components

Siebel External Business Components

Siebel EAI and Java/J2EE

About Siebel EAI

Siebel EAI Message-Based Integration

Siebel Integration Object

Data Transformation

Cross-Application Process Integration and Workflow Control

About Preconfigured Integration Solutions

UAN Business Processes

Siebel EAI Prebuilt Connectors

About Application Services Interfaces

About Web Services

About the Web UI DDK Solution

About Siebel Web Services and Security

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Understanding Integration Paradigms

About the Options for Your Integration

About Designing Your Application Integration Project

About Usage Models

Using the Real-Time Model in Your Integration

Using the Batch Model in Your Integration

About Exchanging Data with Siebel Applications

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Siebel EAI Architecture

About the Siebel EAI Architecture

About Integration Requirements and Siebel EAI

About Business Process Coordination Using Workflows

About Transport Mechanisms

About High-Volume Data Exchange

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Custom Business Scenarios

Determining Your Integration Needs

About Common Integration Scenarios

About Data Access and Replication

Sending Contact Information to an External System

Providing Access to a Company Catalog

Accessing Data Using Siebel Java Beans

Accessing Customer History Information Without Replication

About Data Across the Enterprise

B2B Integration and Siebel EAI

Integrating Legacy Data

About Performing Data Transformation

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Overview: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration