1. Explain about Pub-Sub Architecture, where do you implemented this?

1) Point-to-point Architecture

in this architecture source system will publish the data and
target system will receive the data.

2) Point-to-Multiple Architecture

In this Source system will publish the data to Broker, from broker multiple target systems will subscribe.

2. How to store logs in DB?


3. When we use REPEATE, EXIT flow steps?

REPEAT step is used when we want a particular step to be
repeated provided with some conditions.

EXIT step is used to exit from any loop or from the whole
flow step

4. How many interfaces you implemented sofar?

This answer is different to each other...
As per your experience tell the count of interfaces which
are developed by you. (ex: 20 or 30.....)

5. How many ways can you invoke a service?

Following are the multiple ways to invoke a flow service in

1.using invoke step within webMethods IDE
2.using Transformers in Map Step
3.using remoteInvoke builtin service can invoke flow service
from other webMethods Environment
4.using service.doInvoke() in Java services
5.using webServices,consuming webService provider
6.using webmethods supported protocols like http,https.
Ex: http://hostname:portnumber/Invoke/namespace
7.using Publish subscribe mechanism in webmethods
8.In BPM using CAF application,invoking the flow service
through a webservice call
9.using Scheduler in webMethods
10.using Filepolling in webMethods
11.using Startup & Shutdown services

6. How many kinds of log files in WebMethods? And where are they exist?

1) Server Operations and errors that occur on
Integration Server, such as starting of Integration Server
subsystems and loading of packages belonging to Integration
Server or other webMethods products.
2) Session Sessions opened on Integration Server by
clients and Developer users.
3) Error Stack trace information about all errors that
occur in Integration Server, including exceptions thrown by
4) Guaranteed delivery Guaranteed delivery
5) Security Administrative and operational actions on
Integration Server, such as modifications to authorization
and authentication, and attempts to access Integration
Server resources or perform runtime events.
6) Service Services that run in Integration Server.
7) Business process Business processes modeled in
Designer that run on Integration Servers.
8) Task Tasks designed in Designer that run on My
WebMethods Server. Tasks can be called from business
processes or can run as standalone tasks.
9) Integration process Integration processes made up
of a chain of services that run on Integration Servers.
10) Document In doubt, failed, and retries exceeded
documents, and documents that Broker clients publish or
subscribe to on Brokers.
By default, Integration Server stores most of the data in
flat files

7. What is the file (.jar) name that sharing between WebMethods integrated with JD Edwards?

Connector.jar, database.jar, jdeutil.jar, kernel.jar, log4j.jar, xalan.jar, xerces.jar, XTS.jar are the Jar files that you need to paste in the "<EnterpriseOne_install_dir>systemclasses"
For enterpriseOne versions 8.9 and 8.10...

8. How we can catch exception error on run time mode using Flow language in WebMethods? and how we can send error description as an output parameter?

> sequence ---------- Succeded
|--sequence ------------- try block------
|--sequence ------------- catchBlock-----
|-- invoke getLastError service

9. How to convert document list to document?
If document list contain documents and documents contain strings field. How to convert?

Directly invoke the service
pub.document:documentListToDocument to convert document
list into document.

This service is the buit in services and its availble in
wMpublic package in developer.

10. What are client groups?

client groups contains a list of clients and it configures
which all documents its client could publish and subscribe to.

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11. If i have a parent sequence with the property set- exit on success, n the try sequence block set to exit on failure, n the catch sequence block too set to failure, what is the result?

In this case if any step in try block fails it will exit
that and come to catch block and if any step in catch block
fails it will exit from the catch block and skip rest of
the flow steps.

12. What are extended settings?

extended settings are basically done for specifying values
to some of the internal keys of Integration server.
Like we can specify java compiler at this setting and
whenever we compile any java service IS will take this
compiler only for compiling the java code.

14. If i dont want to repeat then what i need to do?

put exit step in repeat loop whenever you want to exit from repeat

15. Explain What are the new features in 8.0 compared to 7.1?

My webmethods
webMethods ApplinX
webMethods Business Events
webMethods Business Rules
webMethods communicate
webMethods Cntent Service Platform
webMethods Meadiator
webMethods OneData
webMethods ProcessEngine
webMethods designer

16. How You Can Delete Session Logs On IS?

Go to Installationfolder/IntegrationServer/logs/
Here you will find logs in the name WMSESSION_.log
Delete this log files.

17. Explain IS is thread or process?

A single process might contains multiple threads; all
threads within a process share the same state and same
memory space, and can communicate with each other directly,
because they share the same variables. By this IS is a process.

18. Explain what is indices in MAP flow step?

In MAP Step Indices Is When You Have Array of data if you want to MAP One of the element in Array to the target Element then you can Use the indices