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Lab setup
Figure A-1 shows the Windows lab environment that we used when deploying
the Exposed Serial Process scenarios described in Part 3, “Application
Integration scenarios” on page 143, and in Part 4, “Extended Enterprise
scenarios” on page 287.
The scenarios are:
1. Application Integration using WebSphere InterChange Server and Web
services:
Chapter 8, “Creating a simple serial process” on page 145
Chapter 10, “Creating a transactional process” on page 247
2. Application Integration using WebSphere InterChange Server and JMS:
Chapter 9, “Creating a process with human interaction” on page 211
3. Extended Enterprise using WebSphere InterChange Server and Web
services:
Chapter 11, “Creating an exposed serial process” on page 289
Figure A-1 Lab environment
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