What are the ICS Components and capabilities?
Overview of use case and architecture
Steps for basic configuration workflow
Describe and use a pre-built ICS Integration
Create, export, and import packages
Editing a pre-built ICS connection
What are ICS built-in adapters
Triggering and invoking adapter properties
REST adapter properties definition
SOAP adapter properties definition
Cloud adapters overview
ICS-supported message exchange patterns
Creating an ICS integration
Learn Basic Map My Data 1-way & 2-way integration pattern
How to use Publish to ICS integration pattern
How to use Subscribe to ICS integration pattern
Data mapping overview
Using other connections to enrich the response
Data transformation with ICS mapper
X Path functions for advanced mapping
ICS data lookups
Use of lookups to share information between applications
How to use the built-in lookup function
Routing based on content
How to create filters and branches for content-based routing
Managing conditional expressions
Orchestration integration pattern usage
What are the benefits of using agents as compared to the integration with on-premise applications
Agent framework implementation for connectivity for integrations
Understand the steps for installing an on-premises agent
Creating a connection to on-premise endpoints.
Describe the steps to perform an agent management task
Support for ICS security at integration flow level.
ICS predefined roles and privileges
How to manage and assign user roles.
Security certificates management
How to secure on-premise agents
How to use integration schedules and jobs
How to use the ICS monitor role in the ICS dashboard to understand the main tasks available.
Getting runtime data and metrics through the ICS dashboard.
Learn to filter and track messages
Usage and configuration of business identifiers for tracking
Managing and monitoring runtime integration errors
ICS services exposed through REST APIs
How to access REST API resources
REST API basic management tasks
Troubleshooting using HTTP status codes
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