Send Xml Request To A Tcp/ip Socket Oracle Apps Intergration With Bartender Follow

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Oracle EBusiness Suite generates the desired XML label request  sends it to a TCP/IP socket.After that Commander will  receive an XML label request by listening for an incoming TCP/IP socket connection from Oracle E-Business Suite.

 

 The details is bartender is installed in Remote windows machine and oracle Ebusiness suite is installed on Unix server.
 Do I need to install bartender on the same unix machine.
 I am using the oracle provided stub "INV_PRINT_REQUEST" provided as a part of oracle Ebusiness suite to send via tcp/IP.
 Please confirm do I need to register the bartender within oracle application suite.

 

 I followed below  link  please confirm where I am missing urgently.

 

http://blog.pragmatyxs.com/2012/08/10/configuring-oracle-wmsmsca-bartender-for-load-distribution-with-sequential-printing/

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BarTender's a Windows only application so there isn't a way to get it installed to a Unix server.  Instead what you have to do is ensure that the configuration in your EBusiness suite is pointing at the IP address and port where Commander is running on your WIndows machine.  

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Thanks for reply

 

We are going for either Bartender print server and Bartender web Print server available with bartender version 10  and send the xml content  to the active TCP/IP url and port.

So for oracle application intergration for this TCP/IP for sending XML request if I need your suggestion which one is best option

1) Write PL/SQL using  UTL_TCP

2) Use JAVA API  to create network socket to feed Xml content to TCP/IP

3) Use the oracle provided stub  INV_PRINT_REQUEST.SEND _TCP_IP.

Please share your valuable personal experience for Oracle Application integration  with bartender Print server  using TCP/IP If I am missing anything in my understanding of your product.

Also please confirm do in this we need to register the web url IP and port of the bartender installed on windows machine in Oracle Application installed on unix server .

 

As once XML is feeded at the TCP/IP port rest thing can be managed by commander utility  like scheduling and processing to btxm and attaching label at run time.

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