Webservice interaction patterns – part 2 – Synchronous Webservice call timeouts

Goal: For reasons of performance and more importantly, good user experience, he client application (ADF) should be able to timeout gracefully instead of hanging indefinitely (and/or potentially causing STUCK threads on the ADF server) when invoking an external 'synchronous' web service.

At runtime
When I run the application,
If I (more...)

Webservice interaction patterns – part 1 – very basic DML

There are a number of ways you 'call' web services from an ADF application. The best method to choose would depend on the individual scenario.

This particular example is the most suitable option where:
- Our application is allowed to read from the database using its own business services - (more...)

Browsing the Meta Data Services Repository of the Oracle SOA/BPM Suite 11g

In this article I explain a handy way to browse the MDS on the SOA/BPM server from JDeveloper, as well as an (as far as I know) undocumented feature to look up artifacts using a browser.

The Meta Data Services (or MDS for short) of Oracle's SOA/BPM Suite is used (more...)

How to Make File-Based MDS in JDeveloper Work for both Windows and Linux

In this article I explain how you  can modify the JDeveloper adf-config.xml file to make it work for both Windows, as well as Linux.

If in a JDeveloper application you point to artifacts in a file based MDS residing in a Windows folder for example "d:\projects\MDS", then JDeveloper will (more...)

Review: Oracle SOA Suite 11g Developer’s Cookbook

As the title says, this is a “Cookbook” containing specific recipes for handling specific tasks. Most of the tasks are development tasks faces by a SOA developer with a few that are more relevant to a SOA administrator.

The 67 recipes cover many components and technologies used in the very (more...)

Using Bean Validaton in SOA – JEE 6 based sample application

This blog post is just a short notice to point to a JEE6 based sample, which was prepared for a JavaOne session "CON5020 - Using JSR 303, Bean Validation, with the Common Data Model in SOA". The sample, available at github, contains a list of NetBeans  (maven)  projects showing the (more...)

ADF & Event driven Integration with a BPMN process


The usecase for my sample application is:
A standalone application exists to create/update 'Departments'. Originally, it was not intended to be part of an automated process (BPEL or BPMN) but now business decided that their process for the creation of a department is actually more than just data entry in the standalone application. It also now involves an approval. 


Background:
1. Every interaction with a software application in a business environment is part (more...)

Fusion Middleware: Where is the U.S.?

I’m just back from the ODTUG Kscope11 conference in Long Beach, where I presented my regular tools overview presentation, a WebCenter session, an enterprise ADF development session and an ADF tuning session as well as various panels.

One thing I noticed very clearly is that almost all the non-Oracle presenters (more...)

Integration technologies for Cloud

2010 is seeing Cloud computing and mobile computing at their 'tipping points'. There are many startups being launched in these areas. With many applications being SaaS based hosted on Cloud, the next requirement would be how to connect them securely and reliably. What could be the right technologies for the (more...)

SOA Manifesto fails to inspire

Did you see the SOA Manifesto? It seems that software vendors and SOA luminaries feel the need to fire up some enthusiasm for SOA, so they are trying to replicate the success that the Agile Manifesto had in defining and focusing Agile development.

Unfortunately, the manifesto is a bit of (more...)

Learn about ADF and SOA at Oracle OpenWorld

It’s time for Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco again – I’ll be speaking on Sunday Oct. 11 at the User Group symposium on “Simple SOA – A Real-Life Case Study”. It’s session S312178 in Moscone West L3 room 3000 at 11:15 a.m.

I will also be participating in the (more...)

Preparing for ODTUG Kaleidoscope

I’m off to Monterey for the annual ODTUG Kaleidoscope conference June 21 to 25. 

I’ll be presenting on “Simple SOA – A Real-Life Case Study” during the Web Architecture Symposium Sunday. If you want to twitter about this presentation (or even ask me a question during the session) please (more...)