BPM & SOA Application missing in JDeveloper 12c gallery

A few weeks ago I did a BPM12c Quickstart Installation under Oracle Linux 6. Everything went smoothly, as described in the install guide as well as on many blogs already.
But I found that most of those blogs did an installation under Windows, where I did it under Oracle Linux in Virtualbox.

You would think (as I did) that it shouldn't matter. However, it turns out that in JDeveloper I was missing the 'BPM Application' (more...)

Demo User Community in BPM 12c Quickstart

When you want to do demo-ing or perform the BPM12c workshops on a BPM12c QuickStart developers installation you'll need the Oracle BPM Demo User community. You know: with Charles Dickens, John Steinbeck and friends.

How to do so, you can find on the page following this link. You'll need the demo-community scripting that can be found following this link, and then download 'workflow-001-DemoCommunitySeedApp'.

However, besides adapting the build.properties file, there are (more...)

Message Correlation using JMS

Last year I created a few OSB services with the asynchronous request response message exchange pattern. OSB does not support this out of the box, since OSB is in fact synchronous in nature. Although OSB supports the WS-Addressing namespaces, you need to set the WS-Addressing elements programmatically.

Since OSB is synchronous the request and response flows in the Asynchronous Request/Response pattern are completely seperated implemented from eachother. That means that in the response flow you (more...)

OSB Publish: exception with apparent valid XSLT

I ran into this earlier, but today it happened to me again, so apparently a blog would be a good idea.

I use quite some Xslt's in my OSB Project. Merely because I'm more used to XSLT than in XQuery, but also because I've the feeling that it is better suitable in tranforming big XSD. And I found a few minor problems with some XSD's in the XQuery mapper of OEPE.

Anyway, in an XSLT (more...)

OSB: SplitJoin

Yesterday I had a mail-exchange with a colleague. He was giving an ADF-course, where students complained that in the market little was known about the techniques that they had to work with. Espessially that there's nobody who knows everything. The actual question was about security and SAML. This post is not about that, see my previous one. But I figured that although I did quite a lot with SOA/BPMSuite, OSB and other FMW tools, I (more...)