By Christoph Bussler
Business-to-business (B2B) integration is a buzzword which has been used much in recent times, with a number of meanings. beginning with a transparent technical definition of this time period and its relation to subject matters like A2A (Application-to-Application), ASP (Application provider Provider), A2A, and B2C (Business-to-Consumer), Christoph Bussler outlines a whole and constant B2B integration structure in accordance with a coherent conceptual version. He exhibits that B2B integration not just calls for the trade of industrial occasions among allotted buying and selling companions throughout networks just like the net, but additionally calls for back-end program integration inside company approaches, and therefore is going some distance past conventional techniques to company software integration ways.
His exact presentation describes how B2B integration criteria like RosettaNet or rapid, the appliance integration normal J2EE Connector structure and easy criteria like XML act jointly that allows you to let company technique integration.
The e-book is the 1st of its type that discusses B2B innovations and architectures self reliant of particular and momentary commercial or educational methods and hence offers stable and long-lasting wisdom for researchers, scholars, and execs attracted to the sector of B2B integration.
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14. Early business-to-business integration The only back-end application system that stored data was connected with an EDI translator (Sherif 2(00). The EDI translator received the business data from the back-end application system's interfaces, transformed it into the EDI syntax and sent it to a trading partner over the VAN using a communication package. Conversely, the communication package received messages from trading partners using the VAN and handed it over to the EDI translator. It in tum transformed the message into the representation required by the back-end application system and inserted it into the back-end application system.
In the following, the most important phases of the history of integration and their requirements are presented from a user perspective. At the same time, the increasing needs of enterprises over time are discussed. These needs result in the different phases of development of integration technology. The phases of integration an enterprise goes through and the development steps of integration technology are tightly related. Therefore, this chapter will refer to integration technology as described in the Sect.
In turn, this results in a heterogeneous environment since the back-end application systems of the different software vendors exposed different interfaces to access their internal data for message exchange. Furthermore, each back-end application system has its own representation in form of document types of the business data exchanged. In addition, enterprises built back-end application themselves ("home-grown applications" or "legacy applications") in those areas for which back-end application software vendors did not provide any software at that point in time.