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TOPICS

IBM INTEGRATION BUS 10 DEVELOPMENT

Build integration solutions

Create Applications, Message flows, sub flows, Integration Service

Creating static and dynamic library

Create Data definition project

Basics of MQ

Types of Queues

            Implement Remote Queue definition

Establish a connection to the MQ

Using MQ connection properties

            Using MQEndpoint policy

            Using CCDT file

ESQL programming

            Creating modules,functions ,procedures

            Define local,global and shared variables

            Using standard functions

            Calling java class/ DB

            Parsing/creating xml, soap and JSON messages

            Environment,LocalEnvironment,Shared Variables

            For,while loops, IF, CASE statements

            How to user MQRFH2 header

            update MQMD header

            References, procedure calls

Build a message model

SOAP – webservices

            DFDL – csv,cobol and other text message modelling

            JSON – restful webservices

Implement message transformations

Compute node – uses esql programming

            XSLT node – uses xsl

            JAVA COMPUTE node – uses java programming

            MAPPING node -maps source to destination

Build integration solutions with caching- Global cache

Build caching using policy and not using policy file

            Build single broker,2 broker, multi-instance global caching

Build applications using routing patterns/routing nodes

Publish subscribe patterns

            Collector pattern

            Aggregate pattern- AggregateControl, AggregateReply, AggregateRequest

            Filter node, RouteToLabel node, Label node, Publication node

REST implementation

Implement using swagger document

            How to call Restful api

            Use the following nodes for REST implementation

                        HTTPInput, HTTPReply, HTTPRequest, HTTPHeader

Webservices implementation

Use the following nodes for SOAP based webservice implementation

                        SOAPInput, SOAPRequest, SOAPReply,SOAPAsynceRequest,

                        SOAPAsyncResponse, SOAPEnvelop, SOAPExtract

Handling Database

ODBC- Creating Data source name and connect to Integration node

            JDBC-Connect to Database using JDBC configurable service

            Calling  DB from compute,  mapping and Database nodes

Use of File nodes and its implementation

Nodes used – FileInput, FileOutput, FileRead

            Create a security Identity to connect o FTP server

How to use Timer nodes

Implement the flow using TimeoutControl and TimeoutNofication  nodes

Manage Message flows and applications

Promoting property

            Reference the static or shared library

Create BAR file

            Create properties file for different environment from BAR file

Apply bar override, Deploy

Exception Handling

parsing ExceptionList tree to get the error details

            Retrying the failed transaction

            Use Throw and TryCatch nodes for exception handling

Logging and Auditing

Using Trace node – writing into file

            Using Database – writing into Audit tables

            Configure and use log4j node

Error Detection

Debugging setting debug port

            Trace node – write exceptionList trace to the file

            Using  user trace and service trace

Enable Flow monitoring and receive the events

Record and Replay mechanism

 

 

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