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The intended audience for this guide book is IT managers, architects and developers. This document is a guideline for the development of an OSS-J to TIP RAM Adapter. It is mainly targeted at the developers who want to use the TIP Implementation stack to build an adaptation from OSS-J to RAM.
The document describes the mappings between the TIP RAM Interface and then OSS-J Fault Management interface. These mappings are meant to be used to develop an adapter using the TIP Adapter Scaffold.
The scaffold defines a structure (integration components) where the mapping from the starting interface to the target interface is realized by components implementing pre-defined interfaces. There is a one to one relationship between the integration components and the mappings.
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