You have accessed the business scenario configuration screen. For more information, see Configuring the Consumer Side of Business Scenarios .
To assign a provider system, in the Provider System column choose a provider system from the dropdown list.
In addition to assigning a provider system, you can do the following:
To configure the provider system you have selected, choose the Configure button. For more information, see Editing a Connection .
To assign a local provider system, in the Provider System column, choose Local System .
In case there is no suitable provider system, you can create a new provider system by choosing <create...> in the Provider System column. For more information, see Creating a Connection .
Alternatively, you can choose Auto Assign . The system automatically connects to Services Registry and discovers a provider system that has the necessary Web services.
To unassign a provider system, in the Provider System column, choose <none> .
To add or remove service groups, choose Add or Remove respectively. For more information, see Adding and Removing Service Groups .
The system allows you to update dynamically the communication profile that is used by the provider system connection. You can change the profile and therefore the respective policies of the system connection while you configure the consumer applications.
Consider that the profile that you assign to the system connection is available only for this configuration assignment. This means that the profile change affects only the configuration of the particular application and does not affect the system connection that was originally configured by the technical administrator. However, at a later stage, you can discard the change of the communication profile and use the original provider system connection that was configured by the technical administrator.
You can do one of the following:
Assign a communication profile.
To replace an existing assignment or to make a new assignment of a communication profile, proceed with the following steps:
Choose an entry from the table, and then choose Assign Profile .
In the Assign Profile window that opens, choose a communication profile.
To confirm, choose Ok .
The system assigns the new communication profile to the provider system connection, generates a new configuration, and does not affect the original provider system connection.
Unassign a communication profile.
When you unassign the profile, the system connection uses the default communication profile for the respective connectivity type that was originally configured by the technical administrator.
To unassign a communication profile, choose an entry from the table that has an assigned profile, and then choose Deassign Profile .
To add or remove service definition, proceed with the following procedure: Adding and Removing Services .
The system saves the modified business scenario. You can activate it and modify its details as necessary.
If the configuration assignment of a Service Group that described here fails for any reason you can configure the Service Group manually. For more information, see Configuring Service Groups Manually .