Integration Flow Designer

Using the Integration Flow Designer, you can create systems of maps and define execution settings, map settings, and input/output settings. These settings are recorded into the compiled map file that results from building the map within the Integration Flow Designer.

If the system has an execution mode of Command, a command file can be generated that can be executed with a Command Server. Edit this command file using the appropriate execution commands and options.

The following is an example of a command file generated by the Integration Flow Designer for a system named Inbound EDI:

;
;
; Date:   Wed Jun 16 18:15:15 2001 (Version 6.0(126)) 
; File:   D:\MapsAndTrees\ANSIACK\ProcessEDI.msd
; System: Inbound EDI
;
; Component: ReceiveEDI
; Map File:  D:\MapsAndTrees\ANSIACK\Audit997.mms
; Executable Map: ReceiveEDI
;
D:\MapsAndTrees\ANSIACK\ReceiveEDI.mmc
    -GR
;
; Component: ACK997
; Map File:  D:\MapsAndTrees\ANSIACK\Audit997.mms
; Executable Map: ACK997
;
D:\MapsAndTrees\ANSIACK\ACK997.mmc
    -OF1BR10:2 'OutboundACK.EDI'
;
; End System: Inbound EDI
;

Notice that the execution settings defined in an Integration Flow Designer command file correspond with the execution commands and options. See the Integration Flow Designer documentation for more information.