The other day I was asked by a colleague: Where do we get the IID for BPM on Cloud?
To get IID for BPM on Cloud, you will have to get in touch with the Operations team. You can do so by opening a PMR.
The operations team will enable the IID tool download in the InfoSys instance of BPM on Cloud (BPMoC). In the BPMoC portal, where in the DEV environment's Process Center you had previously seen one link to download PD, you should now also see a link to download IID.
After downloading IID, you will install it to your local machine.
In addition you will need the latest auth plugin. (This is also the same plugin you use in PD, as seen in your <PD_Install_Dir>\teamworks\eclipse\plugins directory)
This authentication plug-in (this jar) is to be copied into the following directory: <IID_Install_Dir>/dropins/plugins
Note: This directory might not exist on your system. If it does not, create the directory and then put the JAR file in the dropins/plugins directory.
After the plug-in has been copied into the IID installation, restart IID.
You will tell your IID how to communicate with the Process Center so that you can work with process applications and create Advanced Integration Services
This article of the IID 8.5.5 Knowledge Center describes working with the Process Center:
The part that is unique for connecting to the Process Center in your BPM on Cloud instance is that in step 3, you do not have to specify a port number.
Instead, you will use a URL that does not include a port number: https://infosys.bpm.ibmcloud.com/bpm/dev/ProcessCenter
This article of the IID 8.5.5 Knowledge Center talks about Advanced Integration Services (in other words, having the BPELs inside your process apps)
You may also find this blog article to provide useful guidance (you might need IBM developerWorks login to see it)
The IID download from the BPM on Cloud portal does not include the Unit Test Environment (UTE) for IID.
If you want to install IID plus the UTE, then you can obtain this from your IBM Passport Advantage account.
The UTE is a small local Process Server server which does not communicate with the Process Center.
I hope this will help you getting IID on BPMoC. If it does not, take two of these and call me in the morning.
Your Doc D.