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What's New in This Guide for Release 12.1.3

Part I Introduction to Oracle B2B

1 Introduction to Oracle B2B

2 Getting Started with Oracle B2B

Part II Oracle B2B Process Flow

3 Creating Guideline Files

4 Creating Document Definitions

5 Configuring Trading Partners

6 Creating and Deploying Trading Partner Agreements

Part III Oracle B2B Administration

7 Importing and Exporting Data

8 Using Document Protocols

9 Managing Deployments

10 Creating Types

11 Batching EDI Messages

12 Scheduling Trading Partner Downtime

13 Managing Callouts

14 Using Maps

15 Purging Data

16 Configuring Listening Channels

17 Configuring B2B System Parameters

Part IV Reports and Metrics

18 Securing Oracle B2B

19 Creating Reports

20 Using B2B Metrics

Part V Scripts and Utilities

21 B2B Command-Line Tools

22 Using the Oracle B2B Web Services

23 Enabling Web-Service-Based Message Exchange

24 Scripts for Archiving and Restoring Data

25 Utilities for Enqueuing and Dequeuing

26 Monitoring Instance Message Data With Oracle BAM

27 Programmatically Accessing Instance Message Data


A Handling Large Payloads

B Handling E-Mail Attachments

C Diagnosing Generic Issues

D Synchronous Request/Reply Support

E Setting B2B Configuration Properties in Fusion Middleware Control

F Back-End Applications Interface

G Sequence Message Management

H Tracking Business Message Flow

I Setting Up B2B Communication By Using Remote JNDI Queue

J Exception Handling

K Database Partitioning

L Self Service Utility Protocols, Identifications, Security Specifications, and Parameters

M TA1 acknowledgment

N Exchanging Messages By Using IBM Websphere MQ

O Running Oracle B2B as a Hub

P Overriding Non-Traditional Characters