AIA and SOA artifacts visibility

One of the challenges in SOA implementation is visibility of SOA artifact inventory. A limitation in visibility will limit service reuse. To promote visibility of SOA artifacts i.e. Foundation Pack (FP) and Process Integration Pack (PIP) artifacts, AIA provides BSR (OER in FP 3.0). BSR allows you to search for services and other artifacts from a top down perspective. However, in many instances a top-down approach may not solve the problem and you may want to adopt bottoms-up approach. To aid PIP developers and analysts alike, AIA provides another tool which is called as XMAN (XSLT Mapping Analyzer). XMAN is a tool that introspect the mapping structure in complex XSL transformation and presents a user friendly report in HTML and CSV format. You an down load this tool from Metalink

The report shows ABM (Application Business Message) X-path , DVM (Domain Value Map), XREF (Cross-Reference) and EBM (Enterprise Business Message) X-path. A sample report of XMAN -

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