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About Application Adapters

About the Oracle Java CAPS Adapter for SWIFTAlliance Gateway

Introduction to SWIFTNet

SWIFTAlliance Gateway

SWIFTAlliance Gateway Remote API

SWIFTNet Messaging Services

SWIFTNet InterAct

Store-and-Forward Messaging

Real-Time Messaging

SWIFTNet FileAct

Store-and-Forward File Transfers

Real-time File Transfers

The Oracle Java CAPS SWIFT Alliance Gateway Adapter

SWIFT AG Adapter Features

SAGOutboundAdapter Object Type Definition

About Oracle Java CAPS Adapter for Oracle Applications

Oracle Applications Basic Operation

About Oracle Java CAPS Adapter for PeopleSoft

About Oracle Java CAPS Adapter for SAP ALE

The SAP IDoc Format

The Oracle Java CAPS SAP ALE Adapter

Inbound Data Flow: SAP R/3 to Java CAPS

Outbound Data Flow: Java CAPS to SAP R/3

About Oracle Java CAPS Adapter for Siebel EAI

Design-Time Process

Runtime Process

Workflow Templates

Session and Sessionless Modes

Using the Siebel Message Header

About the Oracle Java CAPS Adapter for SAP BAPI

About SAP

About the Oracle Java CAPS SAP BAPI Adapter

The SAP BAPI Adapter Data Flows

Outbound Data Flow: Java CAPS to SAP R/3

Inbound Data Flow: SAP R/3 to Java CAPS

Inbound Data Flow via RFC

Inbound Data Flow via tRFC

About Oracle Java CAPS Adapter for WebSphere MQ

About IBM's WebSphere MQ

About the Oracle Java CAPS WebSphere MQ Adapter

About Oracle Java CAPS Adapter for Oracle Applications

The Oracle E-Business Suite 11i is a comprehensive enterprise resource planning (ERP) software package built upon Oracle’s database technology. It is presented within an Internet environment, using online transaction processing to address the global requirements of today’s typical enterprise.

The E-Business suite includes a large number of Product Families, grouped into software modules corresponding to what were once stand-alone computer systems used by individual departments. These Product Families are identified by their major business functions, such as:

These Product Families are integrated together to share a common database, allowing a company’s various departments to quickly and easily share information and communicate with each other.

Oracle Applications Basic Operation

The basic architecture of an Oracle system contains a set of base objects which are held in highly normalized core tables within the Oracle database. A de-normalized view of these base objects is provided in a set of Open Interface Tables (OITs), also maintained in the database. Data is passed from the Open Interface Tables to the core tables under the control of the Concurrent Manager.

In a typical scenario, an operator schedules an import job by means of the Oracle front end, which initiates the following procedure:

  1. Data is passed from the Open Interface Tables to the core tables under the control of Import Jobs scheduled by the Concurrent Manager.

  2. It then invokes the Oracle Concurrent Manager, which:

  3. Validates the data in the Open Interface Table, based on a set of stored SQL procedures.

  4. Inserts the validated rows into the Oracle Applications Database.

There are several limitations to this very basic scheme: