Oracle SOA 10G Tricks: Optimize calling path between ESB and BPEL

In SOA 10G, it is a good practice to have BPEL and ESB co-located at the same JVM. Doing so will not only improves performance but also allows JTA global transaction propagates between the two. However, these advantages will not be fully materialized, or even will totally disappear, if wrong protocols was chosen when these two components call each other.

Please read my blog at  Oracle SOA 10G Tricks: Optimize calling path between ESB and BPEL
  on what it takes to optimize the calling patch between OESB and BPEL.

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