Sterling B2B Integrator -Import Subscription Manager Information

The EBICSSubscrMgrImport business process enables you to import configuration related to a bank, partner, user, offer, user relationship, and order type and file format in the EBICS Banking Server.

You can create an import file using one of the following methods:
Note: To ensure optimum performance, it is recommended that you include a maximum of 5000 partners and 5000 users (for example, one partner to one user) in a single import file and 5000 partners in an import file or 5000 users in an import file with corresponding individual configuration details. It is also recommended to sequentially import files of user data with individual configuration details. Importing of files concurrently can be done in lesser time compared to sequentially importing the files. The ability to concurrently import files is dependent on the performance of the system. For example, in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server, release 5.1, with 4 processors, importing 5 files of 2000 partners and 2000 users concurrently yields good performance results.
  • A single import file with configuration information of bank, partner, user, offer, contract, user permissions, and order type and file format.
  • Individual import files with the corresponding configuration information (for example, an import file with configuration details pertaining to a user, import file with configuration details of the user relationship with a partner and user permissions).

To import the configurations related to a bank, partner, user, offer, user relationship, or order type and file format in the EBICS Banking Server, complete the following steps:

  1. Log in to Sterling B2B Integrator.
  2. From the Administration menu, select Business Processes Manager.
  3. Search for the EBICSSubscrMgrImport business process by specifying a part of the business process name or the entire business process name in the Process Name field and click Go. Alternatively, you can also list all the business processes or specific processes based on the letter with which the process name begins. Click the down arrow next to Alphabetically, make your selection, and click Go.
  4. Click execution manager next to the Process Name you want to run.
  5. Click execute.
  6. In the Execute Business Process Input page, browse to locate the <input.xml> file with the required configuration, select the file, and click Go.
    The input file is created based on the configuration related to either the bank, partner, user, offer, user relationship, or order type and file format in the EBICS Banking Server.

    After the business process is run, Instance Data in Sterling B2B Integrator displays a message stating whether the import was successful or not.

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