Design, implement, manage, and maintain a highly flexible service-oriented computing infrastructure across your enterprise using the detailed information in this Oracle Press guide. Written by an Oracle ACE director, Oracle SOA Suite 12c Handbook uses a start-to-finish case study to illustrate each concept and technique. Learn expert techniques for designing and implementing components, assembling composite applications, integrating Java, handling complex business logic, and maximizing code reuse. Runtime administration, governance, and security are covered in this (more...)
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Below you will find an overview of all the sessions that took place at the AMIS25 Beyond the Horizon conference (1-3 June 2016, Katwijk, The Netherlands) along with the associated session resources – such as the presentation slides and where applicable the source code.
||Deploy with joy: automate the build and deployment of your ADF Fusion application|
||Ultimate Node.js countdown the coolest APEX examples|
This article dives into the Business Rules Engine (BRE) of Oracle SOA Suite and how to create reusable Business Rules for your SOA services and BPM processes. Basic knowledge of the BRE is assumed.
In many cases, when you work with SOA or BPM, Business Rules are involved. They are important for decision logic, validations and process routing. The Business Rule Engine (BRE) that comes with Oracle SOA Suite is a logical choice for modelling (more...)
The Oracle Service Bus has built in features to poll an IMAP of POP3 mail account. There are loads of excellent blog posts that exactly describe how to do it. However, when the mail server happens to be a Microsoft Exchange server, things become shady. Exchange’s IMAP implementation tends to be not really that compatible, and the server log will fill up with stacktraces such as:
javax.mail.MessagingException: Connect failed; nested exception is: java. (more...)
What are microservices?
Have you heard of Microservices yet? First time I heard the word I had strong associations with a new appliation for bacterial life in food processing. Maybe my background in biochemistry got the better of me.
Actually, the Microservices Architecture (MSA) is a new sprout on the ever-growing tree of Service-Oriented Architecture concepts. The definition sounds vaguely familiar: A particular method of designing (usually complex) enterprise software applications as suites of small, independent (more...)
The past week my colleague Patrick Sinke and myself attended the Oracle Fusion Middleware Forum 2016 in Valencia, Spain held from March 15th to March 18th. It was a week overloaded with information, networking and deep-dive workshops. We worked hard, learned a lot and had some fun once in a while as well. The event coinciding with the annual Las Fallas festival also helped with that last part
In this blog I would like to (more...)
Hereby a script to change some properties for SOA Suite. These are some generic settings such as:
- Recovery Schedule Config
David has continued his series on SOACS & DevCS integration and in Chapter 15 David highlights deployment from DevCS to SOACS. Note that David shows how to work with the firewall and proxy in order to successfully deploy your SOA composite to SOACS.
Chapter 14 - Recap and more is the latest entry by David Craft (Oracle Principal Member of Technical Staff) illustrating end-to-end integration between Oracle Developer Cloud Service (DevCS) and Oracle SOA CS.
When developing BPM processes or SOA services it is advisable enable payload validation on the development server. The reason being that this will force you to work with more representable test data, and in some occasions help you preventing coding errors (like (more...)
Working with dates and durations in Java has always been painful. Mainly because date and time is a complex thing, with different formats and time zones and all, but I sometimes wonder if it has not been made overly complex. Anyway. Working with XML dates is even more complex because the (more...)
Sometimes little, annoying things that are fixed with a new release can give great joy. With 11g you could set the composite instance title using the (advanced) XPath function setCompositeInstanceTitle(). This helps to find or identify instances in Enterprise Manager. However, for high volume composites you may want to configure in-memory-optimization as well by adding (more...)
So I'll share a secret with you...I really hate services-based integration. It's hard. Packaged integrations rarely (more...)
While figuring out a couple things about instance migrations I have been doing a few Bundle Patch installations lately. Up to 126.96.36.199.0 + BP4 I had issues with migration even after applying patch 18025048. I just applied BP7 and installed the latest 188.8.131.52.0 (more...)
See for example the following bucketset that defines a list of values to be used for some status field:
Anyway, bucketsets are typically used in decision tables to define the set (more...)
My use case is integrating Oracle Apex with the public Mendeley REST API for Mendeley Catalog Search.
The idea was to build an (more...)
While ironing my clothes on a Sunday afternoon, I watched one with the title "Leveraging OBPM vs BPEL" by David Mills. An excellent story where he explains in less than 13 minutes the high-level difference using a practical example.
One reason why I like about this stream is that it is in line (more...)