Overview: Siebel Enterprise Application Integration

What's New in This Release

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Overview of Siebel EAI

About Siebel EAI

Siebel Enterprise Application Integration

About Siebel EAI Components

Siebel EAI and XML

Siebel EAI Adapters and Connectors

Siebel EAI and Business Components

Siebel EAI with Java and J2EE

Siebel EAI and Object Interfaces

Siebel EAI and Message Based Integration

Siebel EAI and Data Transformation

Siebel EAI and Workflow Process Control

About Interfaces for Siebel Application Services

About Web Services

Web UI Dynamic Developer's Kit

Siebel Web Services and Security

About Siebel EAI and Unicode Support

Inbound and Outbound Unicode Scenarios for XML Messages

Transcode Business Service Usage with Non XML Data

About Siebel EAI and Legacy Systems

About Siebel EAI Integration Strategies

Peer-to-Peer Integration

Application Connection with an Integration Server

Other Integration Strategies

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Integration with Siebel EAI

Overview of Integration with Siebel EAI

Integration Options with Siebel EAI

Design for an Application Integration Project

Real-Time and Batch Mode Usage Models

Data Exchange with a Siebel Application

Summary of Integration Options with Siebel EAI

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Architecture for Siebel EAI

Overview of Architecture for Siebel EAI

Siebel EAI Architecture

Integration Requirements for Siebel EAI

Business Process Coordination with Siebel Workflow

Transport Mechanisms

High Volume Data Exchange

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Scenarios for Using Siebel EAI

Scenarios for Common Integrations

Scenarios for Data that is Accessed, Exported or Replicated

Scenarios for Data that Crosses a Boundary

Scenarios for Data that is Transformed

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