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Developing applications that use the IBM Integration API

Develop Java™ applications that use the IBM® Integration API (also known as the CMP) to communicate with, deploy to, and manage brokers and their associated resources.

Before you start:

Read an overview of the The IBM Integration API, and how you can use it to manage the resources associated with your brokers.

Samples are provided to demonstrate typical CMP scenarios. Run and explore the samples to learn about what you can do with the CMP; see The IBM Integration API samples.

You can use the IBM Integration API to develop administrative applications or to develop message flows.

To write administrative applications that run tasks in your brokers, see the following information:

When you have created your applications, test their operation in your test environment. Check the results of the operations that the programs have performed by using the Deployment Log view.

When you have written and tested your applications, distribute them to the computers from which you want your administrators to perform the tasks that you have developed.

ae33010_.htm | Last updated Friday, 21 July 2017