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Tibco & XI

Hi,

I am looking for a customer that has XI & tibco implementation in his enviroment.

thanks

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    Former Member
    May 14, 2006 at 11:43 PM

    Hi,

    Tibco easily communicates with XI. I faced no problems intergrating Tibco EMS and XI.

    Regards,

    Felix

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    May 15, 2006 at 03:42 AM

    Hi udi,

    We can think of the following ways to acheive XI<->TIBCO integration:

    XI provides SOAP adapters, Sender/receiver SOAP adapters to enable SOAP exchange between Xi integration server and remote clients. TIBCO BW/IM provides SOAP palettes which can be used to expose a web service(enable call from XI to TIBCO) or to send a request to a Web service(enable call from TIBCO to XI SOAP adapter).

    One other way is to write Java/J2EE Applications using TIBCO SDK/RV APIs and then host them on the SAP J2EE engine. In this scenario we can use Java Proxy RunTime and send/receive messages to/from XI integration server.

    One other way is to use TIBCO Enterprise for JMS client libraries. If you have a TIBCO environment(adapters/BW processes using JMS as the transport type) , then you can integrate with XI environment using JMS adapter provided by XI adapter framework. You need to make the JMS client libraries provided by TIBCO JMS server available to the XI JMS adapter and you should be all set.

    Regards,

    abhy

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    May 15, 2006 at 12:04 PM

    Tibco EMS (JMS) seems the most trivial solution to integrate SAP XI and Tibco environments. We use this in production and it runs fine.

    Integrating Tibco RendezVous with XI is less trivial. One approach that does <b>not</b> work is the RV bridge in the Tibco EMS server. A Tibco RV subject can be mapped by EMS to a JMS topic. But SAP XI does not support JMS topcis.

    Kind regards, Guy Crets

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