Contains the information about how the Project components will be deployed in an Environment. A Project can have multiple Deployment Profiles, but only one Deployment Profile can be activated for a Project in any one Environment.
Contains the information about executing a set of business rules. These business rules can be defined in a Java Collaboration Definition, XSLT Collaboration Definition, Business Process, eTL Definition, or other service. A Service also contains binding information for connecting to JMS Topics, Queues, eWays, and other services.
Contains a collection of logical components, configurations, and files that are used to solve business problems. A Project organizes the files and packages and maintains the settings that comprise an eGate system in SeeBeyond’s Enterprise Designer.
A logical operation performed between some combination of message destinations and external applications. The operation is defined by a Collaboration Definition, which can be encoded in either Java or XSLT.
Stores and manages the setup, component, and configuration information for eGate Projects. The Repository also provides monitoring services for Projects, which include version control and impact analysis.
J2EE software platform that houses the business logic container used to run Collaborations and JCA connectors (eWays). Provides traction services, persistence, and external connectivity.
Connectivity Map Contains business logic and routing information about the data trmission. A Connectivity Map usually includes one or more Collaborations, topics, queues, and eWays. A Connectivity Map is created under a Project.
Composite Application Platform Suite.
A logical representation in an eGate Project of an external application.
An acronym for Extensible Stylesheet Language Trformations. A File format used in eGate to generate Collaboration Definitions.
An acronym for Object Type Definition. OTDs contain the data structure and rules that define an object. An OTD is used in Java Collaboration Definitions for creating data trformations and interfacing with external systems.
A general term for a topic or queue. Two or more Projects can share a message destination that has the same name and is deployed on the same message server. A single Project may also have a single message destination referenced in multiple Connectivity Maps.
A collection of physical resources and their configurations that are used to host Project components. An Environment contains logical hosts and external systems.
A link between a Collaboration and an external connection including the message server connection (topic or queue) or external application.
An instance of the eGate runtime Environment that is installed on a machine. A Logical Host contains the software and other installed components that are required at runtime, such as application and message servers.
An add-on in eGate 5.0 that provides the upgrade path for e*Gate 4.x users to upgrade to eGate 5.@Also known as the SRE.
A JMS queue is a shareable object that conforms to the point-to-point (p2p, or PTP) messaging domain, where one sender delivers a message to exactly one receiver. When the SeeBeyond JMS IQ Manager sends a message to a queue, it ensures it is received once and only once, even though there may be many receivers “listening” to the queue.
This is equivalent to the subscriber pooling in other queue implementations. You can reference a queue that exists in another Connectivity Map or Project.
A representation in an eGate Project of an external application system.
A JMS topic is a shareable object that conforms to the publish-and-subscribe (pub/sub) messaging domain, where one publisher broadcasts messages to potentially many subscribers. When the SeeBeyond JMS IQ Manager publishes a message on a topic, it ensures that all subscribers receive the message.