Courses & Workshops

4-4406 OpenText MIM Integration Fundamentals

Duration: 3 days

After completion of this three-day course, you will be able to apply an advanced working knowledge of MIM integration capabilities including:

  • Creating custom components
  • Creating Process Flows
  • Integration with Databases
  • Integration with WebSphere MQ
  • Adding exits to Transfer Requests
  • Available sample exits
  • Working with the XMScript programming language
  • Working with XML data in XMScript
  • Accessing the Registry from programs
  • Writing custom exits with the XMScript
  • Adding custom status to exits and components

Topics:

  • Introduction
  • Components and Architecture
    • Lab: Component Management using the Process Monitor
  • Managed File Transfer Overview
    • Lab: Basic Transfer with the Process Monitor
  • Process Flow Overview
    • Lab: The Transfer_File Process Flow
  • Workbench and Registry
    • Lab: Creating a Registry Project with the Workbench
  • Modeling Process Flows with ProVision
    • Lab: Working with simple workflow models
  • A Quick Tour of XMScript
    • Lab: Working with Simple XMScript Programs
    • Lab: Developing XMScript Programs with the Workbench
  • XML Support in XMScript
    • Lab: Programming with XML in XMScript
  • XMScript Workflow Servlet Engine (WSE)
    • Lab: Working with the XMScript WSE
  • Database Object Services (DBOS)
    • Lab: Configuring and using DBOS
  • Creating Activities in Workflow Models
    • Lab: Working with Activities in workflow models
    Policies and XMDirectory()
    • Lab: Working with the XMDirectory() Class in XMScripts
  • XMQ Wrapper
    • Lab: Working with the XMQ Wrapper Class in XMScripts
  • Status Processing
    • Lab: Adding Status to XMScript-based Activities
  • Control Flow in Workflow Models
    • Lab: Adding control flow to the PlaceOrder workflow model
  • Transfer Request Exits
    • Lab: Invoking Exits
  • Creating Custom Exits
    • Lab: Developing Custom Exits
  • Creating Custom Status in Exits
    • Lab: Adding Status to the Exit

    Audience

    Future Developers and Architects using Metastorm Integration Manager for custom integration and development

    Prerequisites:

    This class is intended for students who will be responsible for working in a Metastorm Integration Manager environment to support integration with or without Managed File Transfer (MFT) capabilities. This is an advanced level course and students in this class should possess some familiarity with networking, programming and computer fundamentals. This class assumes the student has a working knowledge of WebSphere MQ or takes our WebSphere MQ class. Students should be reasonably familiar with:

    • WebSphere MQ configuration
    • Concepts of WebSphere MQ distributed messaging
    • WebSphere MQ architectural concepts
    • Programming with a language such as C, C++, C#, Java, Perl, Ruby or JavaScript

      Pricing

      Format Currency Price
      Per Course at Customer Site USD  13,500.00 

      Taxes: All prices exclude VAT or other taxes where applicable (all currencies).

      Extra expenses: Customer site course prices do not include instructor travel expenses, which are billed separately.

      Reservations: Please provide a minimum of 3 weeks advance notice when arranging courses at customer sites.

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      Check out our online, self-paced independant e-Learning program which is available for you to complete anytime via the Internet. Once you are registered, simply log in and work at your own pace.

      For more details, or to register for a Web-based course, contact our Training Registrar at training@opentext.com.