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Configuration Scenarios and End to End Monitoring - the truth

I'm puzzled about the purpose of Configuration Scenarios. Like most developer documentation, if not update, it's value diminishes over time. I find myself increasingly relying upong End to End monitoring and Message Monitoring to establish the truth. I'm curious about your thoughts on this topic.


Bill Yeagle

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    Posted on Feb 15, 2013 at 06:13 PM

    Hi Bill,

    creation of Configuration Scenario is not a mandatory step ton run an interface End to End. Also from search you can identify each and individual object Integration Directory. But sometimes it helps to give you a picture that which different objects of different types are responsible to run the interface. It helps when other developer want to check the interface developed by me. But again nothing like 'must'. If you are Integration Team is maintaining this process, better to update / include new objects within the Scenario.

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    • Hi Bill,

      Rightly said by Nabendu. The creation of Configuration scenario is very helpful at the time of handover and knowledge transition.

      However its not the necessity but it helps us/ developers to align themselves with the standards.

      Whats the point if we create everything but its not as per standards? 😊. The development done should be accepted globally 😀.



  • Posted on Feb 17, 2013 at 10:37 AM

    Hi Bill,

    If you are updating Configuration Scenario properly whenever you do the changes, it will also be helpful for transporting objects. You can simply use an option "All objects of Selected Scenarios" which will select all the objects which come under one Configuration scenario.



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