Configure Oracle Adapter Threads in SOA 11G

In in earlier posting, I mentioned you can configure multiple threads of inbound (polling) adapters of Oracle SOA. However, the ways to configure multiple threads vary between adapters and product versions, and the information scatter cross multiple documentations. Hence it is worth to consolidate them here. 

Please read my blog Configure Oracle Adapter Threads in SOA 11G at BlogSpot for more details.

Comments:

Hi A-Team,

I am not sure If this question is relevant for this Blog Entry. But I am facing in Issue with the FTP adapter in SOA 10.1.3.5. The issue is I need to transfer files from R12 system to 11.5.9 System which have some special characters(UTF-8 characters) in the file name. The Problem is that the file is not recognized by the FTP adapter to transfer the same. Hence I modified the WSDL file to include the jca property:CharacterSet="UTF-8". but this is failing with the following error:

[ SynchRead_ptt::SynchRead(Empty,opaque) ] - WSIF JCA Execute of operation 'SynchRead' failed due to: Could not instantiate InteractionSpec oracle.tip.adapter.ftp.outbound.FTPReadInteractionSpec due to: Error while setting JCA WSDL Property.
Property setCharacterSet is not defined for oracle.tip.adapter.ftp.outbound.FTPReadInteractionSpec
Please verify the spelling of the property.

Can you please let me know how to set the properties for reading the files with the file name having UTF-8 characters like 10023159-"Société Liégeoise de Micro-Informatique - CHS Notre Dame des Anges_1.pdf"

I also tried with the jca property Encoding I still got the same error.

Please help me resolve this issue.

Posted by guest on July 27, 2012 at 12:31 AM PDT #

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