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# The field order is URI, latitude, longitude, altitude, accuracy
#List of technicians locations
sip:bruno@<wtl_ipaddress>:5999#89.89#12.14#1278#1
sip:callum@<wtl_ipaddress>:5998#89.89#14.12#1278#1
sip:cameron@<wtl_ipaddress>:5060#89.89#12.12#1278#1
sip:jochen@<wtl_ipaddress>:5095#89.89#12.15#1278#1
sip:philippe@<wtl_ipaddress>:5997#89.89#13.12#1278#1
sip:rebecca@<wtl_ipaddress>:5996#89.89#12.15#1278#1
#simulated FindHelp Caller location
sip:caller@<wtl_ipaddress>:5070#89.89#12.13#1278#1
13.2.3 Application deployment
The following applications must be deployed for executing the IMS use cases for
the FindHelp sample service.
FindHelp BPEL Flow
The following instructions explain how to deploy the FindHelp BPEL flow to the
WebSphere Process Server running on the Windows test machine.
The BPEL flow is included in the file FindHelp_BPEL.zip which is part of the
additional materials for this redbook (see Appendix C, “Additional material” on
page 637).
1. Download the file FindHelp_BPEL.zip to the Windows test machine.
2. Start WebSphere Integration Developer and open the Business Integration
perspective.
3. Import the file FindHelp_BPEL.zip from the local test machine disk to the
WebSphere Integration Developer workspace.
4. Select File Import Project Interchange.
5. Click Next.
Attention: Alternatively you may develop your own FindHelp BPEL flow by
following the instructions given in 12.3, “BPEL development” on page 361.
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Figure 13-4 Import FindHelp BPEL Flow
6. Navigate to the directory which contains the file FindHelp_BPEL.
7. Select the file, and click Open.
8. In the Import Projects window, click Select All.
9. Click Finish.
10.Open the FindHelp Assembly diagram.
11.Click + in the Business Integration window to expand the FindHelp business
process.
12.Select FindHelp FindHelp.
13.Double-click setupcall.
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Figure 13-5 Open the Assembly Diagram: FindHelp
14.Click the Interface icon which is on the left side of the
TerminalLocationImport.
Figure 13-6 Click the Interface Icon for TerminalLocationImport
15.Click Binding in the Import: TerminalLocationImport Properties window as
shown in Figure 13-7 on page 453.
Change the IP address in End point to the IP address of the server where
you have installed the LocationServerEar. If you are following the installation
used in this redbook, this is the IP address of the Linux test server,
<lts-ipadress>. Leave :9080 as the port number.
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Figure 13-7 Binding for TerminalLocationImport
16.Click the Interface icon which is on the left side of the
ThirdPartyCallControlImport.
Figure 13-8 Click Interface icon for ThirdPartyCallControlImport
17.Click Binding in the Import: ThirdPartyCallControlImport Properties window
as shown in Figure 13-9.
Change the IP address in End point to the IP address of the server where
you have installed the ThirdPartyCallControl.ear. If you are following the
installation used in this redbook, this is the IP address of the Linux test server,
<lts-ipadress>. Leave :9084 as the port number.
Figure 13-9 Binding for ThirdPartyCallControlImport
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18.Click the Interface icon which is on the left side of the DiameterRfImport.
Figure 13-10 Click the Interface icon for DiameterRfImport
19..Click Binding in the Import: DiameterRfImport Properties window as shown
in Figure 13-11.
Change the IP address in End point to the IP address of the server where
you have installed the Diameter Web service. If you are following the
installation used in this redbook, this is the IP address of the Linux test server,
<lts-ipadress>. Leave :9083 as the port number.
Figure 13-11 Binding for DiameterRfImport
20.To start the WebSphere Process Server, select Project Clean.
21.Select Clean all projects.
22.Click OK.
23.Click the Servers window and select WebSphere Process Server v6.0.

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