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‘Little Alby’@ was

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#ted !!! It was his first Rosettanet implementation but little did he know what was in store for him until his ‘Close Encounters with the Rosettanet STK’ started to unfold.

Ever come across a Rosettanet STK ? Well if you are implementing Rosettanet standards and using the RNIF adapter in your XI development then get ready to tango with Mr.STK cos so did our ‘Little Alby’.

Once he got the STK and ran it’s installation

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The name is a tribute to one of our colleague who is fun to have around 🙂

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    1. Shabarish Vijayakumar Post author
      well you need to have a running scenario. That means you have the Rosettanet SCV in your IR and the corresponding mapping, interface etc in the IR + your configuration in the ID.

      Once you have all this, you can run a scenario from the STK and check the response and flow of the interface.

      ShaBZ

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  1. Dipankar Sinha Sarkar
    I am trying to install the Rosettanet stk, but in the JBossMQ window I am facing
    [10:50:21,107,ServiceDeployer] Problem deploying url file:/C:/RosettaNet_STK/JBo
    ssMQ/deploy/lib/, no valid service.xml file found.
    I am using Jdk 1.5

    Can anybody help me regarding this?

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  2. Karthik Boominathan
    Sabarish,

    Thanks for the blog. I’m not clear on step 6. Adding username and password in credentials file in \TomcatRN\webapps\rosettanet . Which file do I need to add the username and password (XI user/password)?

    Not sure what you exactly mean by credentials file. Can you please clarify?

    Thanks
    Karthik

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