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!!! Sun Data Mashup Engine Overview
Use the Sun Data Mashup Engine to build a project with unified views of your data from different sources, configure the project, create and deploy a composite application, and enable the generated report to function as a virtual database. Data Mashup is a standalone product. It can, however, expose certain JBI-based MDM Suite data sources as services.
Data Mashup is an engine that provides server side mashup for dispersed data. More specifically, Data Mashup provides a single relational view of data that have different origins but are located within the same enterprise. You use the service engine to integrate information from delimited flat files, fixed width flat files, relational databases, RSS Feeds, web (HTML), XML, WebRowSet, and MS Excel spreadsheets, and then join the various data sources, cleanse the data, and generate a report. After a successful deployment of the composite application, which contains the Data Mashup project, you can open the generated report in a browser, where it functions as a web service and can consume other applications. The steps to complete this task include:
!!Using the Enterprise Data Mashup Service Engine\\
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__Contents__
* [Using the Enterprise Data Mashup Service Engine|UsingTheSunDataMashupEngine]
* __Enterprise Data Mashup Service Engine Overview__
* [Starting the GlassFish Server and Data Mashup Service Engine|ConfiguringAndStartingTheSunGlassFishEnterpriseServer]
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* [Creating and Deploying a Composite Application to Complete a Data Mashup Project|CreatingAndDeployingACompositeApplicationToCompleteADataMashupProject]
* [Testing the Deployment of a JBI Composite Application|TestingTheDeploymentOfAJBICompositeApplication]
* [Viewing the Data|ViewingTheData]\\
__Note – __ Java CAPS projects that have non-JBI components and a WSDL can use the JBI Bridge to use Data Mashup.\\
* [Creating and Deploying a Composite Application for a Data Mashup Project|CreatingAndDeployingACompositeApplicationToCompleteADataMashupProject]
* [Testing the Deployment of a Composite Application|TestingTheDeploymentOfAJBICompositeApplication]
* [Configuring and Viewing the Data|ViewingTheData]
* [Data Mashup Service Engine Application Configurations|SunDataMashupEngineApplicationConfiguration]
* [Data Mashup Service Engine REST Support|SunDataMashupEngineRESTSupport]
* [Known Data Mashup Issues|KnownDataMashupIssues]\\
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Data Mashup is automatically installed with a complete Sun GlassFish ESB installation. See Data Mashup Prerequisites for details on what must be installed before you can use Data Mashup.
!!!Enterprise Data Mashup Service Engine Overview
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!! Data Mashup Prerequisites
Before you can use the Data Mashup Engine, you must install:
* NetBeans IDE 6.1
* Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server 9.1 U2
* Sun Data Mashup Engine (JBI Runtime)
* Sun Data Mashup Engine Design-time environment NetBeans IDE modules
All four of these are installed by Sun GlassFish ESB.
To return to the introduction, click [UsingTheSunDataMashupEngine].
! Related Topics
* [Configuring and Starting the Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server|ConfiguringAndStartingTheSunGlassFishEnterpriseServer]
* [Known Data Mashup Issues|KnownDataMashupIssues]
Use the Enterprise Data Mashup Service Engine to build a project with unified views of your data from different sources, configure the project, create and deploy a composite application, and enable the generated report to function as a virtual database. The Data Mashup SE is a standalone product. It can, however, expose certain JBI-based MDM Suite data sources as services.
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The Data Mashup SE provides server side mashup for dispersed data. More specifically, the Data Mashup SE provides a single relational view of data that have different origins but are located within the same enterprise. You use the service engine to integrate information from delimited flat files, fixed width flat files, relational databases, RSS Feeds, web (HTML), XML, WebRowSet, and MS Excel spreadsheets, and then join the various data sources, cleanse the data, and generate a report. After a successful deployment of the composite application, which contains the Data Mashup project, you can open the generated report in a browser, where it functions as a web service and can consume other applications. The steps to complete this task include:
* [Designing Data Mashup Projects|DesigningDataMashupProjects]\\
* [Configuring Data Mashup Projects Using Joins|ConfiguringDataMashupProjectsUsingJoins]\\
* [Creating and Deploying a Composite Application for a Data Mashup Project|CreatingAndDeployingACompositeApplicationToCompleteADataMashupProject]
* [Testing the Deployment of a Composite Application|TestingTheDeploymentOfAJBICompositeApplication]
* [Configuring and Viewing the Data|ViewingTheData]
__Note -__ Java CAPS projects that have non-JBI components and a WSDL can use the JBI Bridge to use Data Mashup.\\
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