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Does SeeBeyond not have an SDK?

Does SeeBeyond not have an SDK?

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We are doing a large EAI migration project from SeeBeyond to BizTalk.

Every day we are guessing methods implementations by reading Collaboration Rules written in JAVA - or peppering the only SYBND resource on the team in a hundred Emails and waiting on his answer, while he is tossed in many different directions.
 
This is both dangerous (guessing methods implementations from the name), incomplete (no method has a signature) and bad practice (reading unfamiliar java code (unfamiliar to .NET developers)).

The commonest software products today have an SDK - even those for $19.99. BizTalk's SDK stretched to hundreds of pages:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Aa548064.aspx

Where is the SDK for SeeBeyond where we can look up the method definitions?
 
Does SeeBeyond not have an SDK?

RE: Does SeeBeyond not have an SDK?

What do you understand under SDK? eGate is an SDK.
Ok many many Seebeyond classes are not or only clearly documented. Undocumented features should not be used (Seebeyond internal only). In the Seebeyond editor you should find help about the supported functions, there is also (under the Doc directory) class definition descriptor of these functions.

RE: Does SeeBeyond not have an SDK?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sdk

here the definition "SDK".

Your link does not point to an SDK but to a library description.

RE: Does SeeBeyond not have an SDK?

eGate product does have an SDK.  It comes with the product on CD4.  However, I don't think it's the type of SDK you are looking for.  To migrate to Biztalk, your best bet is to bring in a strong eGate consultant to give your Biztalk coders a crash course in eGate java/monk.  Then keep the consultant on to deal with more difficult translations.

Nextgate Solutions, Inc.
www.nextgatesolutions.com

RE: Does SeeBeyond not have an SDK?

I like your propose edy6767

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