Create Read only access Users in Welogic

By | December 24, 2013 | 0 Comment

As we know in weblogic we have one administor user and we can add different other users as well. Sometime we need to creat users in weblogic who should have only read only access to weblogic and services deployed on weblogic. In this post, we show you how we can create a user which has […]

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Schema validation in BPEL and Mediator

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In Oracle SOA Suite, default there are some properties which we can use to validate our incoming payload and check whether it confined to our schema or not. This post show how we can set Payload Validation inside BPEL & Mediator.   For BPEL we can enable Payload validation from EM console. Navigation: EM console […]

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Pick Activity Implementation in BPEL

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In Pick Activity Overview post we discuss about Pick activity, in this post we will discuss about actual implementation of Pick activity in real case scenario. In this post we will show below two use case for pick activity. When we need to have more than one entry point for our composite E.g. our composite […]

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Pick Activity in BPEL

By | December 18, 2013 | 0 Comment

In most of the scenario, we do have requirement when we need to have more than one entry point for our service means our service can invoke by more than one way. E.g. our composite needs to start whenever files come to specific folder (File Polling) or we also needs to expose it as web […]

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Read or Poll Flat File using File Adapter

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In many business scenarios, we need to read/poll file from local directory. In Oracle Fusion Middleware we have many service adapters; one of it is file adapter which is used to read/poll the file from local directory. When we need to read/poll the file from remote directory, then we use FTP adapter. In this post […]

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Oracle BAM Overview

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Oracle BAM is key component of Oracle Fusion Middleware Suite. BAM stands for Business Activity Monitoring and as name suggests it is used for Business process & services monitoring. Here we can build interactive and real-time dashboards. This tool is helpful to operational managers & executives to analyze these real-time reports and make better decisions. […]

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Remove unwanted artifacts from MDS using WLST

By | December 12, 2013 | 0 Comment

MDS stands for Meta Data Service and it is a repository where reusable artifacts like XSD, WSDL, DVM, XREF etc files are stored so that SOA Composites can share these artifacts. We use File based MDS during initial development but when our code is ready for deployment then first of all we need to move […]

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SOA – What is it to a Layman

By disdiv | December 16, 2012 | 2 Comment

SOA is a buzz word these days…But what is SOA all about? What is SOA… Is it a platform? Is it an Architecture? Is it a Pattern? Is it a product or a Solution? SOA is basically an Architectural style of building business applications, and by Business applications, I mean what makes sense to business. And […]

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Oracle SOA : Some technical stuff on it

By disdiv | December 14, 2012 | 0 Comment

My other post on SOA briefs you what SOA is all about in a very generic, real life scenario. Now, lets talk some technical stuff here. There’s no standard definition for SOA, it is just a methodology followed, and each one has his own definition for it. The best I feel is SOA is an […]

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Service Component Architecture(SCA) – Its all about assembly

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We’ve been repeatedly saying that SOA is neither a technology nor a specification, but just an architectural approach in designing enterprise applications. If that’s true, then how is it realized? Is it with the help of services that follow those so-called SOA principles, and integrating them in a custom-fashion. Yes, you may do that, but […]

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