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Integration Scenario - A Modeling Tool
to be followed in Configuration phase (Integration Directory)
In this phase you specify the business systems of the
business partners on which the application components are installed. In this
phase the integration scenario provides you with a central point of entry for
the definition of all receiver determinations. These routing relations define
the flow of messages in the productive system landscape.
Integration Scenario from Integration Repository as shown below and save it. .
Configuration Scenario in Edit mode and click on Integration Scenario
Scenario Configurator will display the four configuration steps which are going
to be followed during configuration.
Component View: Once you have executed this activity, the component view is
displayed in an interactive graphic.
Services: In this step you assign services to the application components of
integration scenario. In this way, you map the participants in an integration
scenario displayed in the component view to actual senders and receivers of
messages in your system landscape.
Connections: In this step, you activate sender/receiver relations for the
individual connections in the integration scenario. Furthermore, you specify
communication channels that are relevant for the sender/receiver relations.
These are then used to calculate the relevant collaboration agreements.
Configuration Objects: In this step, the configuration objects will be created
(if they do not yet exist). If they do already exist, they will be reused and
enhanced, if required. You can simulate generation for test purposes.
A generation log
provides you with an overview of all changes made in the Integration Directory
as a result of the configuration of the integration scenario. It informs you
which configuration objects have been created or reused. The generation log
enables you to recognize which configuration objects require manual work.
All the necessary
Configurations are created as shown below.
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