WebSphere Process Server is the runtime engine for artifacts produced in a business-driven development process.
Technically, WebSphere Process Server is mounted on top of WebSphere Application Server and extends the WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus.
Since 2011, WebSphere Process Server has been integrated to IBM Business Process Manager suite and its functionality is included on the “Advanced” version of this suite.
IBM WebSphere Process Server V6 is a comprehensive Service Oriented Architecture integration platform, which is based on WebSphere Application Server V6.
You can use WebSphere Process Server to develop and execute standards-based, component-based business integration applications in a Service Oriented Architecture.
• Introduction to WTX
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• WTX, A Management Overview
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EAI is an industry term used to describe the infrastructure needed to facilitate disparate applications communicating together. With EAI all the applications are communicating via a central system, or middleware. No specialized programs at either the source or destination location perform this data translation from one format to another. It is the responsibility of the EAI system to provide a service to change the data formats between the two applications.
What are mrc and mrn files? Where will you use them?
Mrc – This is the filename extension for a resource configuration file. A resource configuration file contains specifications for an engine such as the active virtual server(s) and its associated .mrn file. Mrn – This is the filename extension for a resource name file. A resource name file contains a named set of virtual servers and a named set of resources. Each named resource specifies a value for that resource for each virtual server.
What is resource register?
The Resource Registry is an application that is used to define name aliases for source and target resources that are specified in map cards.
What is “ini” file?
The dstx.ini file is the configuration file for Ascential DataStage™ TX and contains specific settings for the Event Server. The file is created in the root directory during the installation process. You can use a text editor to edit option values as needed. The dstx.ini file contains default initialization settings for the Event Server under the following headings:
¨ Resource Manager
¨ Connections Manager
What is Process Control File?
Process Control File has the information which is supplied to the Command Server that controls the processing of maps. The Integration Flow Designer can generate command files that control Command Server processing and event server files that control Event Server processing.
What is $=$ in component rule?
$=$ è When the particular component is present the validation should proceed without throwing any warnings/errors.