|Connected Services Framework 3.0 - Order Handling Standard Business Event|
|CSF SBE Server Order Handling 3.0 Developer Guide|
Welcome to the Microsoft Order Handling Standard Business Event (OHSBE) documentation. The OHSBE is an order activation, service activation, and provisioning product. It serves as an intermediary application between your order management system and value-added services (VASs) that you want to include in your service or product offerings. The OHSBE is designed to be part of an XML Web service ecosystem and communicates with VASs for order fulfillment through a CSF Session. OHSBE can interact with your existing order management systems or you can integrate it alongside a new order management system as you develop it. OHSBE is highly extensible. There are numerous configuration items and a set of compiled libraries that enable the OHSBE to dynamically accept any industry-standard XML schema as an order.
OHSBE is made up of five components, the OHSBE Web Service Enhancements 3.0 (WSE) Web service, the OHSBE Monitor Windows Service, the OHSBE configuration tool, the OHSBE Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in, and the OHSBE MOM pack.
In This Section
Provides an overview of the purpose of the OHSBE, the components that make up the OHSBE, the lifetime of an order request, common supported OHSBE scenarios, and the messages that OHSBE uses to communicate with external services and the core CSF components.
Describes how to perform common OHSBE programming and configuration tasks.
Provides an overview of OHSBE configuration. It describes the configuration settings in the OHSBE Web.config file, the SBEPolicy.config file, the OHSBEMonitor.exe.config file, and describes the system and message configuration settings that are stored in the database.
Describes common problems that can occur when you use the OHSBE, and provides information to help you resolve these problems.
Explains how the OHSBE participates in credential checks across services, performs message encryption, and provides security best practices for a distributed application that involves the OHSBE.
Describes methods for performance tuning your distributed applications that use OHSBE and outlines the performance counters that are installed with OHSBE.