The business events driver is a sample application that demonstrates creating business events in z/TPF. This page also has information on the IBM® z/TPF Business Events Starter Kit
The business events driver (BEVD) simulates a simple flight reservation system that books tickets for pre-defined flights. When a flight reaches 80 percent of the plane’s seating capacity, a business event is created with information about the flight. The business event is emitted through WebSphere® MQ. A remote system can process the data and send a SOAP request, by using the provided web service descriptor, back to z/TPF for making a price change on the flight.
IBM® z/TPF Business Events Starter Kit adds to the business events driver by including complementary Java EE applications for WebSphere® Application Server to process the business events on a remote system. The starter kit will capture the business event and process the data, along with information given on a web application, to create a SOAP request for sending back to z/TPF. Additional software requirements on the remote system are documented in the Business Events Starter Kit User’s Guide for the sample Java EE applications.
|BEVD Driver Readme (Text)||English||7714|
|BEVD Driver Readme (PDF)||English||68392|
|BEVD Driver User's Guide||English||254138|
|Business Events Starter Kit User's Guide (PDF)||English||196472|
|Download||RELEASE DATE||LANGUAGE||SIZE(Bytes)||Download Options|
|BEVD Driver||16 Jul 2014||English||14015||HTTP|
|Business Events Starter Kit Java EE App Pkg||16 Jul 2014||English||1085216||HTTP|
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