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i am going to prepare the Technical Design Document for B2B scenarios in the domain Banking interfaces..

pls send me any ex Technical Design document ,, it is very great help for me...

***i will give the full points for help full answers****

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    Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 06:06 PM

    Hi Jain,

    Technical Design Templates are genearally vary as per the Various Organization specific processes.

    Below are the imp points that to be focused in the technical design doc. for B2B scenario

    1. Preliminary Information about Sender side as well as Receiver Side Business

    2. Point of Contact and Technical Administrators from both Sender and Receiver Business.

    3. Necessary System IDs and information about authorizations needed for Sender and Receiver systems.

    4. Technical details of Business systems...(It will help you to check with feasibility of various communication parameters such as XI)

    5. Mapping Document (It will give you all info about the mapping of data from sender to receiver)

    6. Information about Monitoring tools available in XI..

    7. Testing template

    8. Test data

    9. While working with Banking Domain...You need to specify the security aspects across firewall

    10. Security Certificate to be deploy on client side etc.

    I have some templates of Technical specification. Unfortunately I can't attach it in this Forum...else it will be helpful for others also to comment about it. Let me know how I could share it...



    Edited by: Swarup Sawant on Apr 2, 2008 8:07 PM

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