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					TIBCO BW Training - 22nd - 24th March, 2006
         Prepared By: Kishore Tanikella, TCS


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Agenda
                               Agenda - Day1


         1   BusinessWorks Introduction

         2   TIBCO BusinessWorks Components

         3   Processes and Sub Processes

         4   Get Used to Icons and Process Starters

         5   Transitions , Groups and Usage

         6   Variable in TIBCO BusinessWorks

         7   Error Handling

         8   TIBCO BW Demo & Installation

         9   Case Studies



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Agenda
                               Agenda - Day2



         1   TIBCO Administrator

         2   Domain Utility

         3   User Management

         4   Resource Management

         5   Application Management

         6   Demo on TIBCO Administrator

         7   Case Study - Deployment




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               BusinessWorks - Business Integration



Business Integration
TIBCO BusinessWorks is a scalable, extensible, and easy to use integration
platform that allows you to develop integration projects. TIBCO BusinessWorks
includes a graphical user interface (GUI) for defining business processes and an
engine that executes the process.

           It provides an integrated user experience for all phases of the integration life
cycle, including process Automation, data transformation, adapter configuration,
deployment, security and runtime administration and monitoring.

TIBCO BusinessWorks also works with TIBCO Administrator, a web-based GUI for
monitoring and managing run-time components.




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BusinessWorks Key Components




 TIBCO Designer
 TIBCO BusinessWorks Engine
 TIBCO Runtime Agent
 TIBCO Administrator




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BusinessWorks Key Components




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                     BusinessWorks Key Components
Starting the TIBCO Designer
• Click Start>Programs>TIBCO>Designer_version (or ) Navigate to the
<tibco_home>/designer/<version>/bin directory.
• Type ./designer
• Select one of the Startup Options.




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            BusinessWorks Key Components

TIBCO Designer Administration




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                        BusinessWorks Key Components

Configure Designer Runtime




• Extended Class Path— Classpath to be used by TIBCO Designer. Users can specify file names or
directories. If they specify directories then all .class, .zip and .jar files will be loaded.
• Palette Path—Location from which TIBCO Designer loads palettes.
• Maximum Heap Size—Maximum JVM heap size.
• User Directory—Default location for the application to store files.
• Command Line Arguments—Allows command line arguments to be passed to Designer. Currently -d
(debug) is supported. If you specify -d, the log that is sent to the Console becomes more detailed.




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             BusinessWorks Key Components

TIBCO Designer Interface Overview




           Which palettes are displayed depends on:
                • the installed TIBCO products
                • the resource selected in the project tree
                • preferences set

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                BusinessWorks - Multiple File Structure

Project Structure
• Not all folders in TIBCO Designer are directories in the file system



• Folders created from a Folder resource in the General Palette (displays a multi-folder
icon) become folders in the file system.




• Other folders, such as the Adapter Services folder inside an adapter configuration are
     • logical folders
     • only exist in memory in the resource that holds them.
     • Actual data for these elements is stored in the file of the top-level resource. For
     example, Adapter Services data is stored in the Adapter Configuration file.




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           BusinessWorks - Configuration Management

Using a Version Control System
Multi-file projects support the use of different version control systems because they consist
of separate files for each versionable component.


The following version control systems are supported with Designer 5.2
• File Sharing
• ClearCase
• CVS
• Microsoft Visual SourceSafe
• Peforce Fast Software Configuration Management System




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                        BusinessWorks - Compilation?

Validating Projects
• During validation, each resource always checks for broken references.
• To validate resource, do one of the following:
          • Choose Validate from the right-button menu,
          • Select the resource to be validated, then choose Resources > Validate
          Resource from the menu bar.
          • With the resource selected, choose the Validate icon.
• To validate all resources in a project, do one of the following:
          • Choose Project > Validate Project for deployment.
          • Click the Validate Project icon.




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                         BusinessWorks - Processes

Overview of Processes
• A Process definition is a graphical representation of your business process
• You can develop and test business processes using TIBCO designer
• The process definition is executed by a TIBCO BusinessWorks process engine




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                         BusinessWorks - Processes

Components of a Process Definition
• Activities
• Transitions
• Groups
• Shared Configuration Resources
• Subprocesses

Subprocesses
• Subprocesses cannot have process starters as the start activity
• Procedure for creating and calling a sub-process
     • Create a process definition for the sub-process
     • Specify the input, output and any error schemas on the start and end activity
     • Create a process definition that will call the subprocess
     • Place a call process activity in the process definition or drag the subprocess into the
     main process definition




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               BusinessWorks - SubProcesses

Subprocesses




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            BusinessWorks - Process Definition

Developing Process Definition




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                 Get Used to Icons

Activity Icons




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                                        Process Starters

Process Starters
• When   a process starter is placed into a process definition, it replaces the default Start
activity, and becomes the first activity in the process
                         Palette                Process Starter                  Starts a process when...
             ActiveEnterprise Adapter   Adapter Subscriber              A message or a request from an adapter
                                        Adapter Request-Response Server is received.

             File                       File Poller                     The specified file is created, changed, or
                                                                        deleted.
             General Activities         Timer                           The specified time interval occurs. You
                                                                        can start processes for one-time events or
                                                                        schedule processes to start on recurring
                                                                        time intervals.
                                        Receive Notification            A corresponding Notify activity has
                                                                        executed.
             HTTP                       HTTP Receiver                   An HTTP request is received.
             JMS                        JMS Queue Receiver              Either a JMS queue or topic message is
                                                                        received.
                                        JMS Topic Subscriber
             Mail                       Receive Mail                    Mail for the specified user is received by
                                                                        the mail server.
             Rendezvous                 Rendezvous Subscriber           A TIBCO Rendezvous message is
                                                                        received.
             SOAP                       SOAP Event Source               A SOAP web services request is received.




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                                         Transitions

Transitions
• Transitions describe the flow of processing

• It is represented by an arrow between two activities or group of activities in a process
definition

• The arrows are unidirectional and cannot be drawn to a previously executed activity

• Different condition types for a transition are
      • Success
      • Success with condition
      • Success if no matching condition
      • Error




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                                             Groups

Groups
• To create a set of activities with a common error transition

• To create sets of activities to be repeated (iterations)

• To create set of activities that participate in transaction

• To create critical section that synchronizes process definitions

• To specify that the first activity that completes should determine which transition(s) to take
to continue processing. This allows you to wait for one or more incoming events and
continue processing based on what incoming event was received first.




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                            Loops and Activity Output

Loops
• Loops allow you to execute a series of activities more than once

• Types of loops that are available are:
     • Iterate Loop
     • Repeat Until True Loop
     • Repeat On Error Until True Loop


Activity Output and Groups
• If the group is used for a loop (iterate, repeat until true, and so on), activity output in the
group is reset so that activities in subsequent iterations of the group will not have access to
output data from previous iterations
• If you wish to store data from each successive iteration of a loop,
       • Create a process variable and use the Assign activity in the loop to store or alter data
       for each iteration.
       • Accumulate the output of each execution of one activity in the group into a list.




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                             Critical Section Groups
Critical Section Groups
• Critical section groups are used to synchronize process instances so that only one
process instance executes the grouped activities at any given time.
• Any concurrently running process instances that contain a corresponding critical section
group wait until the process instance that is currently executing the critical section group
completes.




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                                   Pick First Groups
Pick First Groups
• Pick first groups allow process execution to wait for one or more events.
• The first event that completes determines which transition to take to continue processing.
• Only request/reply, Wait for ... activities, and activities that have the pause symbol can
have valid transitions from the start of the Pick First group.




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                   Variables in TIBCO BusinessWorks
Different Types of Variables
• Global Variables
• Process Variables
• Shared Variables

• Global Variables — These variables allow you to specify constants that can be used
throughout the project.




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                    Variables in TIBCO BusinessWorks
Global Variables
Usage of the global variable in the fields of a resource,
     • enter the variable name surrounded by %% on both sides.
     •drag from the Global Variable tree in the display into a text field in the configuration
     panel.




Changing the Global variables at runtime

• By Modifying runtime variables using TIBCO Administrator
• By Changing the values in .tra file as below
-tibco.clientVar.<variablePathAndName> <value>




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                    Variables in TIBCO BusinessWorks
Process Variables
• Process Variables — Allow you to access various data in your project.
• Types of Process Variables
     • Activity Output
     • Predefined Process Variables
          • There are two process variables that are available to all activities that accept
          input: $_globalVariables and $_processContext (such as process ID, process
          name and so on)
     • Error Process Variables
          • When an error occurs in a process, the data pertaining to the error is placed into
          process variables. The $_error process variable contains general error
          information. Activities can also have error process variables named
          $_error_<activityName>.
     • User-Defined Process Variables




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                   Variables in TIBCO BusinessWorks
Shared Variables
• Shared Variables — These variables allow you to specify data for use across multiple
process instances.
• Activities
     • setSharedVariable
     • getSharedVariable




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Error Handling




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                        Error Handling

Starter Process Level




                                         Logger Level




 Sub-Process Level
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                                     Focal Point
Demo
TIBCO Designer and TIBCO BusinessWorks

Installation
TIBCO Runtime Agent 5.2.1
TIBCO BusinessWorks 5.2.1
TIBCO ADB Adapter 4.2.1

Case Study 1
Usage of JDBC Palettes


Case Study 2
Usage of Adapter Palettes

Case Study 3
Usage of XML Palettes and group activities




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Thanks




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