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Figure 3-37 Click Finish to complete the project deployment process
5. The amount of time that is required to deploy the project on the server depends on the size
of the project and the machine’s hardware capabilities. Wait for few minutes for the server
to complete the deployment process. After the project is successfully deployed on the
server, the project’s name appears under the running server with its status showing as
[Started, Synchronized] (Figure 3-38).
Figure 3-38 Project successfully deployed to server
6. Now that the project has been successfully deployed on the server, the next step is to
invoke the built-in test client to validate the services. Right-click the FileNetServices
component on the Assembly Diagram and choose Test Component, as shown in
Figure 3-39 on page 107.
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Figure 3-39 Launch the Integration Test Client component of WebSphere ESB
7. The Test Component option launches the Integration Test Client. Choose the
createAKOSSupplierContract operation from the Detailed Properties list. Fill in the
values for the required properties, as shown in Figure 3-40 on page 108.