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JDBC to Web Service Scenario

Hi,

Can anyone send me the document which tells the step by step procedure for developing the JDBC(Sender) to Web Service(Receiver) scenario.

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Sai.

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 12:50 PM

    Hi Sai !

    I don't know any.

    Here you have:

    Tips and Tutorial for Sender JDBC Adapter

    /people/yining.mao/blog/2006/09/13/tips-and-tutorial-for-sender-jdbc-adapter

    RFC -> XI -> WebService - A Complete Walkthrough (Part 1)

    /people/shabarish.vijayakumar/blog/2006/03/23/rfc--xi--webservice--a-complete-walkthrough-part-1

    just use JDBC instead of RFC.

    Regards,

    Matias.

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 01:05 PM

    got some clues for doing JDBC to Web Service scenario.

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      Hi Sai !

      Please be aware that the JDBC sender adapter by definition is asynchronous, that is, you cannot receive the answer back from the web service and write it to the database.. without BPM.

      For this kind of scenario, you will need to use BPM with some steps like these:

      1) receive async from JDBC sender

      2) transform to web service request format

      3) send SYNC request to web service

      4) receive SYNC response from web service

      5) transform from webservice response format to jdbc format

      6) send to JDBC receiver for UPDATE/Insert in database.

      Regards,

      Matias

      ps: please award points if helpful.

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