Building Integration Applications
The integrated development environment in WebLogic Workshop includes a
framework and tools for building WebLogic Integration applications. The topics
in this section provide information about designing business processes that span
applications, users, enterprise networks, and trading partners.
A D V E R T I S E M E N T
Tutorial: Building Your First Business Process
Provides a tour of the features available to design business
processes for a WebLogic Workshop application by describing how to create a
process that orchestrates the processing of a request for quote. Includes
designing asynchronous communication with Web Service controls and Process
controls, designing decision nodes, looping logic, parallel nodes, data
transformations, Message Broker publish and subscription logic, and so on.
Building Your First Data Transformation
Introduces the basics of building a data transformation by
describing how to create and test an XML-to-XML data transformation.
Guide to Building Business Processes
Describes how to build and test business processes using
graphical tools. This topic includes how to design your business process logic,
including designing looping constructs, decision nodes, switch nodes,
interactions with clients and external resources, transactions, stateful and
stateless processes, versioning business processes, and so on.
Guide to Data Transformation
Describes how to use the mapper functionality to create a
data transformation graphically and how to import an existing eXtensible
Stylesheet Language Transformation (XSLT) into WebLogic Workshop for data
Using Integration Controls
Describes how to use controls that make it easy to access
enterprise resources, such as databases, file systems, Enterprise Java Beans,
the Worklist, RosettaNet, ebXML, Trading Partner Management systems, and so on
from within your application.
Do I ...?
Provides step-by-step instructions for common tasks needed to
build business processes, including creating new applications and business
processes, and importing Schemas and Message Broker channel files. This topic
also includes descriptions of the keyboard shortcuts and productivity
accelerators you can use while building your business processes.
Java Class Reference
Provides reference information for WebLogic Integration API
Javadoc for WebLogic Integration controls, business processes (JPDs), data
transformation, Worklist, business calendars, WLXT, XML, and so on.
Provides reference information about WebLogic
Integration-specific Workshop annotations, which are formatted like Javadoc
Explains how to use samples that demonstrate WebLogic
Building and Deploying Integration Applications
References information about building and deploying
applications as enterprise archive (EAR) files and as exploded directories.