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Developing Java CAPS Projects

Connecting to a Repository

To Connect to a Repository

Creating a Repository-Based Project

To Create a Top-level Repository-Based Project

Opening a Repository-Based Project

To Open a Top-level Repository-Based Project

Adding and Connecting Project Components

Project Nesting

Using the Connectivity Map Editor

Linking Services and Destinations

To Link Services and Destinations

Adding and Setting Up Schedulers

To Add a Scheduler to the Project

To Configure the Schedule

To Configure the Time Zone

Project Context Menu

Project Component Context Menu

Connectivity Map Editor Toolbar

Project Component Overview

Project Components

External Applications


Message Destinations



Mapping Entities

Business Processes


Message Destinations

External Applications

Web Service Applications

Web Connectors

WLM Connectors

Collaboration Definitions

Object Type Definitions

Web Service Definitions

XML Schema Definitions

Constants and Variables

Connectivity Maps

Deployment Profiles


Linking Services and Destinations

After you have bound a Collaboration Definition to a service to create a Collaboration as described in Collaborations, you must link the Collaboration’s services to the inbound and outbound destinations.

To Link Services and Destinations

  1. Double-click the Collaboration (or other service) to display its binding box, as shown in the figure below.
  2. Drag the output port of the source component to the Implemented Services pane.
  3. Drag the services from the Invoked Services pane to their appropriate destinations
  4. Close the Collaboration binding box and click Save.
    image:Screen capture of a binding box with multiple destinations.

    When there are multiple destinations, as in the example, the Connectivity Map Editor cannot resolve which output port connects to which destination. Because of this, you must first create the Collaboration Definition, and then make the connections by opening the Collaboration binding box and connecting the output ports for the individual services to their intended destinations.

    Connection-related properties for the Collaboration or other service are configured in the adjoining JMS Client.