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Date
13.03.2024 09:00 - 17:00 PHT
Teachers
  • Grace Navarro
  • Rommel Salterio
Price excl. VAT (CHF)
1'050.00
Location
Time zone: PHT
Course description
Course description
The Avaloq Message Interface or AMI is part of the Open Interface concept of Avaloq Core. It is a highly flexible infrastructure that supports complex message structures that allows Avaloq Core to send and receive structured, text-based and standardized messages. It enables the integration of Avaloq Core with third-party systems (TPS). AMI is the component of the Avaloq Message Engine that builds outgoing messages and interprets and processes incoming messages.
 
This course will introduce AMI and its architecture, describe its processes (outgoing and incoming) and how customization is carried out.
 
The self-study part of the course will provide video content on each of the topics and in the virtual class, students will use these techniques to carry out the exercises
Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
  •   Describe the AMI architecture and the different methods of customization.
  •   Explain the structure of an AMI message
  •   Describe the key stages and elements involved in the generation of an outgoing message
  •   Describe the key stages and elements involved in the processing of an incoming message
  •   Describe how AMI customization is carried out by looking at AMI-related sources
  •   Describe how the lifecycle of messages are managed
  •   Explain how AMI can be used for file based – messaging
Target audience
Avaloq Certified Customization Professionals who wants to learn what AMI is and how to customize aspects of it. AMI is the component of the Avaloq Message Engine which enables ACP to send and receive text'based, structured and standardized messages to and from external third party systems.
 
Prerequisites
Participants must be ACCP certified or have equivalent knowledge of the Avaloq Banking System. Only Avaloq Certified Customization Professionals will receive accreditation points.
This course includes a self-study exercise to help you consolidate learning and prepare for the virtual class. The exercise solution must be completed and submitted two business days before the virtual class (course date). Solution submission is mandatory – you must submit a solution to participate in the virtual class.
Course content
  • Introduction
  • The ACP Message Engine
  • The AMI Architecture
  • The AMI Processes
  • Demo - Looking at messages in Smart Client
  • How and where messages should be delivered
  • Define attributes and fields for messages
  • Defining the structure of a specific message
  • How outgoing message fields are populated.
  • How incoming messages are interpreted
  • Demo - Customizing an outgoing messages
  • Managing the lifecycle of messages
  • Using AMI for file-based messaging
  • Summary
Duration
3 -4 hours of self-study
We recommend that participants start the self-study phase no later than 10 days prior to the course. Please note that to be awarded full education points, all self-study exercises must be completed.
 
4 - 6 hours of virtual classroom training
Availability
12 Available

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