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How to install or configure REST Adapter in PI system

Jul 07, 2017 at 11:49 AM

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Is there any detailed procedure or steps need to be followed for installing REST Adapter in PI system.

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Former Member Jul 07, 2017 at 12:53 PM
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It's a 2 step process -

1) Download the required files from marketplace to be deployed into the JAVA Stack.

2) Import adapter metadata in the ESR.

If you are in PI/PO 7.4 make sure you are in SP09 or above.

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Apu

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Raghuraman S Jul 07, 2017 at 01:35 PM
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Which version of PI is installed?

It should be available by default if PI version is 7.31 SP14 / 7.4 SP09 or above

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Hi Raghuraman,

Thanks for the input. I will upgrade the PI version to 7.31 SP20 for the same.

regards,

SaRish

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Great sathish!!!.

Please close the thread once rest adapter is available.

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Raghuraman S

Hello Raghu,

I have upgraded to lates 731 PL 20 version now. May i know how to verify /check whether Rest Adapter is there or not?

regards,

SaRish

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>>>Go to Integration directory. create new communication channel and select adapter type. here in the drop down you will get REST.

>>>to make sure adapter works fine, you can create one simple receiver and sender scenario and test it. That will confirm all good with rest adapter.

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Hello Muni, Hello Raghuram

Thanks for the reply. But im not able to find the REST adapter in the adapter type. Screenshot has been added.

Could you pleas gudie me

Regards,

SaRish

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Go to your ESR and check under BASIS SWCV whether the REST adapter metadata is there or not. If it is not there you have to import it.

Before that check in your JAVA stack whether the service is there and active or not. This is the path -

NWA -> Operation -> Start and Stop -> Java Application

Thanks,

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Hi Everyone,

Thanks for your support. it worked .

Regards,

SaRish

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