These pictures tell the story of On Demand Data On-Ramps for E-Businesses
requiring better, faster, cheaper connectivity with partners. By following the simple steps outlined in the following table,
using an open and extensible architecture, you can quickly
construct secure, available, and reliable connections for sharing data.
in the first 2
setup steps define messaging entities
like Data Topics, Subscriptions by Topic, transfer routes.
After the setup for a new interface is complete, a
publisher or data owner may fire the whole interface process with an extremely simple,
Java client program
that creates a data event. A separate body of software
implemented in a server-side PostOffice,
manages routing of data and protocols for data connections and security. Simple data
events at the source trigger data flow between "Publishers" and "Subscribers", usually with
an intermediate data hop at the PostOffice.
|Clik Image||New Data Interfaces with 3, Simple Steps|
Overview - ON Demand B2B Data Interfaces
-1- Create New Topic for Publishing Data.
|-2- Subscribe to a Topic for Receiving Data|
Add a new Subscriber to an existing Topic. So that any "data-has-been-created" events on that topic will result in the data's distribution to the new subscriber. Subscriptions may be bound to a window in time with properties for fromDate toDate.
-3- Run Data Interfaces with an event trigger on the Client