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The subscribing applications can cancel subscriptions by registering a corresponding request with the - IBMbroker. CrossWorlds Interchange Server (ICS) The publish/subscribe broker in WebSphere MQ Integrator also allows subscriptions to be qualified with a content-based filter expression. So, publish/subscribe routing is fully - WebSphere Integratorby Broker dynamic,MQ determined demand rather than supply. -ItWebSphere Adapters is of courseBusiness possible -Integration and quite easy - in WebSphere MQ Integrator to augment a message that was created with point-to-point delivery in mind by adding a publish/subscribe topic and This redbook explores the different approaches to EAI provided by these products, their pros and publishing it.

4 CrossWorlds InterChange Server and Connectors Process integration with CrossWorlds is built around collaborations, which contain the rules of interaction. Connectors are used to interact with applications (such as SAP, PeopleSoft, and so on) or technology interfaces (such as JDBC or WebSphere MQ). • Table of Contents • Index Information is held in business objects. 1) and generic business objects (GBOs). between application-specific (ASBOs) By Lee Gavin, Gerd Diederichs, Piotr Golec, Hendrik Greyvenstein, Ken Palmer, Collaborations dealArvind only Viswanathan with GBOs, and the mapping facilities invoked by the connectors Sreekumar Rajagopalan, effectively shield them from the diversity of data representation in the various applications, as represented by the ASBOs.

4 ISBN: Data routing Pages: 578 Twodata routing models are supported in WebSphere MQ Integrator: A point-to-point model, where a message is put on to one or more output queues as a result of decisions made in the message flow ("business rules"). Such decisions can be based on data found in theback-office message orsystems derived from augmentation sources, environmental Seamlessly integrate your context such as time of day, or the failure of an operation in the message flow. For instance, putting acollaborations message to its regular output queue may fail due to operational Build CrossWorlds conditions, such as the queue being full.

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