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Any existing web-based UI components potentially residing in different web application can be displayed and used as inside the Stardust Process Portal when successful integrations with other web-based UI technologies exist, e.g Struts, Grails..etc  
 
Any existing web-based UI components potentially residing in different web application can be displayed and used as inside the Stardust Process Portal when successful integrations with other web-based UI technologies exist, e.g Struts, Grails..etc  
  
== Calling an External Web Application ==
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== Calling an External Web Application ==
  
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Following are the steps to be performed:
  
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*Create an Application Activity
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*Map this activity with external web application.
  
Following are the steps to be performed:
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#Mention the URL of the Web Application.
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#Mention the Input & Output parameters.
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*Do In/Out data mapping for the activity.<br>
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This is the model for one of the sample applications. It is an example to send &amp; receive both primitive &amp; structured data from IPP to Web Application.<br>MashUp.xpdl
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Revision as of 04:06, 9 November 2011

Purpose

The standard UI technologies available in the modeling environment are:

  • JSF
  • JSP
  • JFC

Any existing web-based UI components potentially residing in different web application can be displayed and used as inside the Stardust Process Portal when successful integrations with other web-based UI technologies exist, e.g Struts, Grails..etc

Calling an External Web Application

Following are the steps to be performed:

  • Create an Application Activity
  • Map this activity with external web application.
  1. Mention the URL of the Web Application.
  2. Mention the Input & Output parameters.
  • Do In/Out data mapping for the activity.

This is the model for one of the sample applications. It is an example to send & receive both primitive & structured data from IPP to Web Application.
MashUp.xpdl


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