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WebMethods 4.6 Integration with XI 3.0

Hi,

For my project, I am trying to integrate WebMethods 4.6 with XI 3.0 as a third party system.

My installation of XI is: Netweaver 2004S PI Usage.

One step required by WebMethods is registering the SLD with the WebMethods IntegrationServer.

Registering SLD on WebMethods IntegrationServer requires a tc_sec_core.jar. However, it seems like this file is available with Java WAS 6.20 and not the newer 6.40 or 7.00.

Copying tc_sec_core.jar from an older installation still fails on some java classes not being found.

We are posting the same query on WebMethods forums as well. Any advice on how to proceed will be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 07:32 PM

    Hi Khian,

    Did you get the problem fixed?

    We have the same problem now. Can you help?

    Thanks!

    Jason

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 08:00 PM

    do u need to go through all of that? Cant u just use soap adapetr to communicat between webMethods and XI? you can get WSDL from webMethods flow services and load into XI, similarly get WSDL of XI Message interfaces from Integration directory and load into webMethods.

    --Archana

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