About this guide

This guide describes how to configure and manage the components of AccountingIntegrator.

Who should read this guide

This guide is intended for developers, administrators, system engineers, business analysts, and analysts in charge of life cycle definition, user creation and product configuration.

Other technical or business users may find parts of this guide useful as well.

Familiarity with Axway products is recommended.

How to use this guide

The following is a brief description of the contents of each section:

Overview - Describes the general functioning of AccountingIntegrator It introduces its main features and concepts

Get Started - Describes different procedures that illustrate an end-to-end scenario that uses the samples provided with the product.

Rule Engine model - Describes where the Rule Engine is located in the information system and how processes are set up.

Manage Rule Engine dynamically - Describes how to manage Rule Engine dynamically using the Rule Engine Server.

Manage configurations - Describes the configuration steps to follow in particular Rule Engine use cases.

Define the configuration - Explains how to define the configuration of the different services using the Designer.

Configure interactions - Explains how to configure the interactions between AccountingIntegrator and the different products or components to govern and operate flows of data for operations such as: transformation, data correction, data entry, audit trail, reconciliation, report generation, administration, etc.

Manage transformation anomalies - Describes the different levels of integrity that can be set for processing.

Implement the functions - Describes the configuration instructions for a standard implementation..

Manage reports with AccountingIntegrator - Describes how to manage reports using AccountingIntegrator.

Administer the project - Describes how to use the Administration component to administer flows and manage the different elements involved on an AccountingIntegrator project.

Implement the Rule Engine using permanent files - Describes how to set up the implementation of the product via permanents files and tables.

Exits and External Calls - Introduces exits and external calls, as well as the conventions used for programming.

Error messages - Lists the error messages generated in Rule Engine and provides guidelines on how to resolve them.

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