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CEP and SOA: An Event-Driven Architecture for Operational Risk Management

Tim Bass
Sun, 25 Nov 2007 08:33:10 +0000
Here are the details for my December 12, 2007 presentation at*The Asia Business Forum: Information Security Risk Assessment &*Management, Royal Orchid Sheration, Bangkok, Thailand:
11:15 - 12:15
CEP and SOA: An Event-Driven Architecture for Operational Risk Management
– *Review the business and market drivers for event-driven Operational Risk Management (ORM)
–* Learn about Complex Event Processing (CEP)
–**Dive into the details of the CEP reference architecture
–* Understand how to integrate SOA, CEP and BPM for event-driven ORM



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Business::PayPal::API::VoidRequest(3pm) 		User Contributed Perl Documentation		   Business::PayPal::API::VoidRequest(3pm)

NAME
Business::PayPal::API::VoidRequest - PayPal VoidRequest API SYNOPSIS
use Business::PayPal::API::VoidRequest; ## see Business::PayPal::API documentation for parameters my $pp = new Business::PayPal::API::VoidRequest ( ... ); my %response = $pp->DoVoidRequest( AuthorizationID => $transid Note => "Please come again!" ); DESCRIPTION
Business::PayPal::API::VoidRequest implements PayPal's VoidRequest API using SOAP::Lite to make direct API calls to PayPal's SOAP API server. It also implements support for testing via PayPal's sandbox. Please see Business::PayPal::API for details on using the PayPal sandbox. DoVoidRequest Implements PayPal's DoVoidRequest API call. Supported parameters include: AuthorizationID Note The AuthorizationID is the original ID. Not a subsequent ID from a ReAuthorizationRequest. The note is a 255 character message for whatever purpose you deem fit. Returns a hash containing the results of the transaction. The Ack element is likely the only useful return value at the time of this revision (the Nov. 2005 errata to the Web Services API indicates that the documented fields 'AuthorizationID', 'GrossAmount', etc. are not returned with this API call). Example: my %resp = $pp->DoVoidRequest( AuthorizationID => $trans_id, Note => 'Sorry about that.' ); unless( $resp{Ack} !~ /Success/ ) { for my $error ( @{$response{Errors}} ) { warn "Error: " . $error->{LongMessage} . " "; } } ERROR HANDLING See the ERROR HANDLING section of Business::PayPal::API for information on handling errors. EXPORT None by default. SEE ALSO
<https://developer.paypal.com/en_US/pdf/PP_APIReference.pdf> AUTHOR
Danny Hembree <danny@dynamical.org> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright (C) 2006 by Danny Hembree This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.5 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available. perl v5.14.2 2009-12-07 Business::PayPal::API::VoidRequest(3pm)

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