How to View Integration Broker Routing Graphics in PeopleSoft

What is routing definition?
A routing definition defines the sending and receiving nodes for a transaction, specifies any inbound and outbound transformations to invoke and defines external aliases. It also defines overrides that the default integration gateway and the default target connector that the local node use to communicate with an integration endpoint.

Routing Types
Most of the time, we need any-to-local and local-to-local routing types.
any-to-local - in this routing “any” node is always the sending one. “local” node is the one who receive the transaction. (“e.g. your system provides a web service to third party system then you need to generate any-to-local routing)
local - to - local - A local-to-local routing is a routing in which transactions are sent and received within the local database

Graphical View of Routings
Routing Definitions page provides a Graphical View link that enables you to view routing definitions in graphical format. It shows inbound and outbound request and response flows, which is a reasonable representation to quickly understand message flow.

How to View Routings in Graphical Format

  1. Navigate to PeopleTools > Integration Broker > Integration Setup > Routings
  2. Click Graphical View link on the page as per the image.

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