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$pageTitle = "SMILA - Integrators";
$pageKeywords = "SMILA, Unified Information Access Architecture, unstructured information management, information logistics, semantic web, framework, platform, eclipse, big data, bigdata";
$pageAuthor = "Igor Novakovic";
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If you are only interested in integrating your service/component(s) in SMILA,
then we suggest you get familiar with <a href="" target="_blank">integration tutorial</a>
maintained in our wiki.
Since SMILA is highly component-based you can easily replace any of its functional parts,
integrate new (BPEL) services in the workflow and/or write your own data connectors (crawler/agent).
Basically, SMILA offers three different integration scenarios:
<li>Integrating services in BPEL</li>
<li>Integrating agents and crawlers</li>
<li>Integrating alternative implementations for SMILA core components</li>
To start integrating your components in SMILA you need to set up your integration environment
first. For the instructions please read
<a href="" target="_blank">How to set up integration environment</a>
maintained in our wiki.
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