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Using of Integration Scenario in a Abap Proxy to JDBC receiver synchronous

Hi ,

Can any one help me out how to go about for creating Integraion scenario in ESR as i'm new to the use of Integration scenario..

its an Abap proxy to Jdbc synchronous scenario... kindly help in this regards.

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    Posted on Jul 20, 2009 at 01:29 PM

    Hey

    Its not really necessary to create Integration scenarios,but if you want to design it,you can follow the below blog

    /people/venkat.donela/blog/2006/02/17/companion-guide-to-integration-scenario

    Thanks

    Aamir

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2009 at 07:47 AM

    Hi Indudhar,

    Right click on the namespace where you want to create the IS and say new, Select process integration scenario option, give a suitable name and say OK.

    In the Component View section right click on the first grey column and Insert a sender Application component. Enter ur product and the software component version. Like wise in the next grey column enter the target Application component.

    Now go to the top level menu and click on view and select grid.

    Now right click on each App. component and insert the created actions. If the scenario is sync then the actions will be side by side otherwise the target one will be in the next grid of the target app. component.

    After entering the actions click on the source action then press shift and click on the target action, right click and choose create connection between the two actions.

    Fill in the info and then save.

    Regards,

    Anshul

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