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The Execute method allows you to perform multiple operations on multiple business components. It is the only method that operates on internal nodes. The Execute method returns the same kind of object that the InsertLeaves method returns. For more information, see InsertLeaves Method.
NOTE: the Execute method requires a status object only when it contains an insert operation on a child integration component instance. However, because the EAI UI Data Adapter processes in a top-down fashion, it adds a status object to the integration object instance even if an insert operation is not present.
The operations are defined by the operation attribute on the integration component instance. An integration component instance can have the following operations as defined in Table 36.
CAUTION: Operations must be specified on every integration component instance. If an operation is not specified, then an implicit Synchronize operation will be performed, which will delete all unmatched child integration component instances.
Table 37 lists the method arguments used with the Execute method. For a description of the methods, see EAI UI Data Adapter Business Service Method Arguments.
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