Enterprise Integration Configuration Management

Service Description

This service supports:

API Portal: This service supports the core functionality of the Minnesota State API Portal. The API Portal is used by API testers and API consumers. The API Portal provides the following functions to end-users:
               API Catalog:  Documentation for available APIs.
               Profile:  Displays user and subscription details
               Try it:  Client interface for invoking APIs (subscription required) 

APIM: This service supports management and deployment of Minnesota State APIs. This service can be used to request adding/changing/removing a managed API. This service also covers general API Management platform support.

Data Card Service Request: Assistance with data card web service setup. **NOTE** We do not provide direct support for the data card reader hardware and/or software. This type of support would be provided by the vendor, most commonly IDENTISYS.

Data Card – Web Service Request Process

Web Services (SOAP) Request Form

Data Card – Security Admin Setup Instructions

EIB: This service supports Workday Enterprise Interface Builder (EIB) configuration for pickup and/or delivery of data files.

JAMS: Assistance/issues with the JAMS application (enterprise batch scheduling).

iPaaS: This service supports the Dell Boomi AtomSphere Application. AtomSphere is a cloud-based web interface for building, deploying, and managing integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) processes.

This service encompasses foundational Dell Boomi integration processes supported by the ITS Core Services team:
                    MAIM Listener: Moves integration process logs into MAIM tables
                    PR_Atom_Heartbeat:  Periodic health check for iPaaS runtime environment (Boomi Atoms)

LADE Configuration: The purpose of the LADE process is to allow certain campus applications to feed ISRS with information in a batch mass-load type of operation.  The population of ISRS data however must conform to business rules that surround that data.  That is, data being populated from a campus application through the LADE mechanism is subject to the same editing and validation processes that it would be if entered directly through ISRS interactive facilities.  
          LADE30 – email process 
          LADE60 – accounting transactions 
          LADE06 – prospect students 

LADE – Campus Request Process

MinnState ISRS HTTPS File Transfer Form

LADE Reports User Guide

SOAP Web Service Request: This service supports legacy ISRS SOAP web services which include Authentication (aka LoginService) and Student Master.

Web Services (SOAP) Request Form

Service Available To

Students, Faculty, and Staff

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Service ID: 313
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