One of my current customers is in the transition of migrating from sending/receiving EDI messages to XML over AS2. The choice of B2B-product is Oracle SoaSuite-Integration B2B11g.
Nice, because in the past I was intensively involved in implementing ebMS with B2B10g. I think the first implementation on Oracle Integration B2B (more...)
At one of my customers I use JDeveloper 11g also as a subversion client. It is actually my first experience of the SVN implementation of JDeveloper, because I'm not able to install a tool like TortoiseSVN on this computer.
I'm pretty positive on the svn-client in Jdev. But unfortunately I (more...)
Sometimes I want to duplicate or reuse a Virtual Machine for another purpose. This week I had to start with a setup for a B2B communication for a client. So I pick one, duplicate them and change the particular hostname and corresponding network settings (/etc/hosts) to reflect the particular situation. (more...)
If you change the host name of the server that runs your weblogic server, then connecting to a page in the weblogic server (/console, /em, etc) may cause page load errors.
When installing the weblogic server, it registers the current hostname as the name of the server in the domain (more...)
Today I was to setup a B2B configuration. So I wanted to have two SOASuite11g VM's working together on my laptop. My colleague created a VM for this particular client in VMWare Player, so I wanted to use that one, in stead of one of my VirtualBox VM's.
One of (more...)
Wouldn't it be nice to see what particular version you have deployed on your SOASuite test or production environment. How often does it occur that you thought you solved a problem but it still does not work on test or production. And after doing loads of tests and investigation you (more...)
Here and there migrate/upgrade projects for SoaSuite10g to SoaSuite11g are running. Most of the time the source is committed to Subversion. It turns out that JDeveloper makes a full copy of the project folder at upgrade.
This means that also the .svn folders are copied. And you probably don't want (more...)
In a SOA application there will be many services that are dependent on each other. Naturally one would develop a service, deploy it to a server and in a next service refer to that deployed service. That means that in the new project a reference is created based on a (more...)
Cool! Since BPM 11g PS4FP you can import Oracle Workflow models in BPM 11g. From PS5 (188.8.131.52) it should be possible as well. See this whitepaper
I'm going to try.