In the following process model there are three flow, for three different use cases to re-initiate the time-out of:
- A process (more...)
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When you read this you arrived safely in Split and we would like to thank you and your management for investing the time to attend the PaaS Partner Community Forum XXIV. There will be more than 200 delegates from more than 40 countries, which will give you the opportunity to learn from other cloud minded partners and network with partners from different regions as we also have representation from Africa, Asia, North America, South America (more...)
So it is very easy to implement a happy flow. However handling errors, rolling back transactions and recovering from errors and failures can be quite challenging. It is not possible to find all the possibilities during development or design. Some errors or failures will only occur when very rare circumstances come into play together. Then all the parts of the application either will handle the error and will ensure that no data (more...)
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We started to provision Oracle Fusion Middleware platforms against AWS in anger about three years ago. From the beginning we took advantage of the ability to create the AWS infrastructure within minutes. We could also use MyST to provision complex Oracle (more...)
There are several ways to do code quality checks in SOA Suite. In this blog post I will describe a minimal effort setup which uses Jenkins 2.9, SonarQube 5.6 and the SonarQube XML Plugin 1.4.1. SonarQube is a popular tool to check and visualize code quality. An XML Plugin is available for SonarQube which allows you to define custom XPath rules. At the end of this post I will shortly describe (more...)
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It's going to be a little long but if you stay until the last line, you are going to know what i did to create dynamic xml requests and responses usign the unit test framework of the Soa Suite with groovy. (yes, groovy!)
I'm going to give some background of the problem and later my own personal solution. Lets begin :D
[Update 30/06/2016] Wrote a second blog about subject with more functionality for the (more...)
When setting up a continuous integration solution for Oracle SOA Suite code, it is best to work with mavenized projects, and thus rely on Oracle-provided maven plugins to do the tough job of compiling and deploying artifacts.
This way of working has been introduced by
Oracle in the 12c range of products. There are no Maven plugins
available for 11g Oracle products.
This post describes how to set up the plugin in a Binary Repository (more...)
When executing BPM or BPEL processes, they are usually executed in the context of a specific entity. Sometimes you want to find instances involved with a specific entity. There are different ways to make this easy. You can for example use composite instance titles or sensors and set them to a unique identifier for your entity. If they have not been used, you can check the audit trail. However, manually checking the audit trail, especially (more...)
So, are you interested in SOA & Service Orientation technologies?, that’s great because we also are, and work with those every single day since a long time ago. As integration professionals, we’ve seen the SOA stack grow, change, incorporating new products and technology with each passing year.
We’re Arturo Viveros and Rolando Carrasco, the SOA Myth Busters from Mexico, and as we go with this series we will put to the test a number (more...)
This is the third of several tutorials in the Oracle Real Time Integration Business Insight series, where you take the role of a business user to explore preconfigured dashboards for an Insight model and create custom dashboards to gain business insight into the data captured by the AstraTeq Help Desk application.
For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM (more...)
The March edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three key topics:
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We have a lot of developers who are using JDeveloper to develop applications with Oracle SOA Suite, and in this blog I wanted to show them how the combination of JDeveloper along with Oracle Developer Cloud Service can help automate their whole development and delivery lifecycle.
One unique aspect of Developer Cloud Service is that it has an instance of JDeveloper available in the build environment. This allows customers who are building Oracle SOA artifacts (more...)
In Part 1 of this series we saw how to setup a connection in Oracle Stream Analytics to Twitter and create a Tweet stream. In this part we will investigate using the OSA map and geo-spatial exploration features to display the tweet point of origin on a map.
Notice that tweets do not by default include the location information (latitude and longitude) of the post. Missing location data is set to minus (more...)
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