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Another common problem is that as soon as a new version of provider software becomes available, the consumer applications must be modified to account for the change in the provider application. The solution to this problem requires that methods be found that allow the services to be extended (for example, by adding more parameters) without breaking the previous versions of the consumer application. This diversity and extendibility have been partly dealt with by developing standards and partly by further technological development. We provide an overview of these standards in 7. The further development in technology is discussed next in 8.
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In 7 we provide an overview of the various standards that have been developed to partly deal with heterogeneity problems. These standards are composed of a collection of specifications, rules, and guidelines formulated and accepted by the leading market participants and are independent of implementation details. Some of the standards we review are XML XML is a common data communication language that is independent of different middleware technologies. SOAP SOAP de nes a common format for messages between applications. WSDL WSDL is language- and platform-independent standard that de nes the interface for a service offered by a given application. UDDI UDDI provides a common way to publish and discover a service. All these standards are further explained in s 11 15.
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8: Enterprise Service Bus In this chapter we deal with the remaining heterogeneity problems as well as provide a scalable applications-integration solution in terms of the number of applications. The two most important remaining heterogeneity problems we discuss in this chapter are
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Communication protocol mismatch This problem refers cases where the service consumer is set up to use one communication protocol while the proper communication protocol for the service provider is another protocol. Data or message format mismatch This problem relates to situations where the message or data format required by the service provider is different from the format used for data/messages employed by the service consumer.
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The solution to these two (and other) heterogeneity problems is the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), which provides a large number of facilities and functionalities, including protocol transformation and data/ message transformation. We discuss the functionalities provided by the Enterprise Service Bus in much more detail than can be found in any other book. These details include Quality of Service (QoS) and location transparency. Location transparency means that the service consumer does not need to know who the service provider is or where they are located. Similarly, the service provider does not need to know where the service request is coming from. In addition to a detailed discussion of the various functionalities offered by the ESB, we show how it provides a much more scalable solution in terms of the number and kinds of applications being integrated. We also discuss the structure and the various components essential for an ESB to work. Furthermore, we discuss the various ESB deployment patterns and the various kinds of ESBs available in the market. We compare and contrast three kinds of ESBs, which are based, respectively, on the application server technology, the messaging system technology, and the hardware. Additionally, we provide practical examples involving the use of ESBs for integrating applications in a large enterprise.
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In this part of the book we describe how to integrate existing applications. These existing applications fall into two categories: applications that run on the mainframe and packaged applications (such ERP and CRM applications) from various software providers, including SAP, Oracle, PeopleSoft, and JD Edwards. Integration of mainframe applications is discussed in 9, whereas integration of package applications is discussed in 10.
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9: Integrating Mainframe Applications We start this chapter by describing the two major types of mainframe applications, including the reasons why these applications are so important in most large enterprises. The two types of mainframe applications we discuss are applications based on CICS and IMS transaction management. For each of these applications types, we describe four different methods of integration using a point-to-point integration approach. We also provide an easy-toread tabular comparison of the four approaches because none of the four integration approaches is suitable in every situation. For each integration approach, we discuss a large number of factors that must be considered when choosing a given approach. Some of the factors discussed for each integration approach include the work required, technology constraints, real-time access, guaranteed delivery of messages, operating
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