Updating Service Operation Routing

A routing definition contains routing parameters for each inbound request, inbound response, outbound request, and outbound response associated with a service operation. For each request or response, you define the routing alias, message names before and after transformation, and transformation program names.

Your transform program is invoked by PeopleSoft Integration Broker if you specify its name in the a routing definition for a service operation.

Adding Routing Parameters

To access the Routing Definition page to add routing parameters:

  1. Select PeopleTools > Integration Broker > Integration Setup > Service Operations.

  2. Select the Routings page.

  3. Either click the link for an existing routing or add a new routing.

  4. If it is a new routing, add the routing information.

  5. Select the Parameters page.

Image: Routing Parameters page for asynchronous one-way service operation

This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Routing Parameters page for asynchronous one-way service operation. You can find definitions for the fields and controls later on this page.

Routing Parameters page for asynchronous one-way service operation

If the application engine transform program includes the messages into and out of the transformation, the messages are automatically populated with these values. If the application engine program does not include the message names, enter the appropriate message names and save the page.

Note: For synchronous service operations, you can define transformation on both the outbound and inbound messages.

See PeopleTools: PeopleSoft Integration Broker, Managing Routing Definitions, Creating Routing Definitions.