Welcome to the A-Team SOA Blog

Welcome to the A-Team SOA Blog!!

We are very excited to have this blog to allow the A-Team members working in the SOA space to share their experiences with issues we get exposed to. Our goal is to share interesting solutions ranging from design and development best practices, performance optimizations, troubleshooting methodologies and workarounds to challenging technical issues around BPEL, OSB, BPM, CEP, Adapters, JCAPS and overall Oracle 11g/10g SOA Suite.  

Contributors to the Blog are:

  • Robert Patrick
  • Peter Farkas
  • Derek Sharpe
  • Deepak Arora
  • Mike Somekh
  • Mark Nelson
  • Sabha Parameswaran
  • Sushil Shukla
  • Jack Desai
  • Olivier Lediouris
  • Andy Knight
  • Christian Weeks
  • Cliff Wright
  • Francis Ip
  • Greg Mally
  • Paul Wickstrom
  • Shub Lahiri
  • Jian Liang
  • Johnny Shum
  • Kavitha Srinivasan
  • Mark Foster
  • Mike Muller
  • Siming Mu
  • Christopher Karl Chan

Happy reading and we look forward to hearing from you!

A-Team

    Comments:

    Thanks for setting this excellent A-Team blog.

    Need suggestion from experts from A-Team here.

    In 11g SOA (PS3) , I am looking for a solution to pass custom attributes (XX_INPUT1 and XX_INPUT2) in HTTP headers when invoking web services from BPEL. I implemented it through WSM policies by creating custom assertion and it is working fine. Is there a simple and better approach to achieve this functionality out of box ?

    Advance thanks for your inputs.

    Posted by Satish on August 15, 2011 at 01:27 AM PDT #

    Hello - I am currently helping a Federal agency with some web site modernization task. The customer has purchased web center plus license which includes web center sites and Web center content. I would like to know your opinion on using Google search appliance in this configuration. I am finding it difficult to understand why someone would propose GSA which is hardware based, instead of the built-in Lucene search engine that comes by default, in web center sites install. Can you think of any scenarios/use cases where a costly solution like GSA would be advantageous? We are estimating a 2 million dollar expenditure towards GSA boxes plus the consulting resources. Are there any known limitations in using Lucene? Thank you in advance for your insights. Regards Venkatesh Addanki

    Posted by Venkatesh Addanki on January 02, 2013 at 05:39 PM PST #

    At time of domain creation i gave listern address as "localhost" for both bam_server1 and soa_server1.soa_server1 started and up and down.bam_server1 also run but not up and run.after i changed bam_server1 listen address an ip address of the system.Now this time i was up and down please tell me any on know

    Posted by guest on February 07, 2013 at 07:13 AM PST #

    Hello, i m new to soa 11g.n i m currently using jdev11.1.1.3.0..i have problem with file adapter..in this i create two files F1,F2.i want to read the file F1 and write it into F2.but i m not giving correct path details of F2.then at that time the file was read but not write..its giving error..so my question is where can i get that disappeared file?

    Posted by guest on February 26, 2013 at 09:02 PM PST #

    We are using a DBMetadataStore in MDS. But need a way to hide the passwords using jps-config/connections.xml and cwallet.sso. I dont see any good documentation of doing this any help?

    <metadata-store-usages>
    <metadata-store-usage id="mstore-usage_1">
    <metadata-store class-name="oracle.mds.persistence.stores.db.DBMetadataStore">
    <property name="jdbc-userid" value="oramds" />
    <property name="jdbc-password" value="password"/>
    <property value="jdbc:oracle:thin:@..."
    name="jdbc-url"/>
    <property value="soa-infra" name="partition-name"/>
    </metadata-store>
    </metadata-store-usage>
    </metadata-store-usages>

    Posted by guest on April 26, 2013 at 12:42 PM PDT #

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    This is the blog for the Oracle FMW Architects team fondly known as the A-Team. The A-Team is the central, technical, outbound team as part of the FMW Development organization working with Oracle's largest and most important customers. We support Oracle Sales, Consulting and Support when deep technical and architectural help is needed from Oracle Development.
    Primarily this blog is tailored for SOA issues (BPEL, OSB, BPM, Adapters, CEP, B2B, JCAP)that are encountered by our team. Expect real solutions to customer problems, encountered during customer engagements.
    We will highlight best practices, workarounds, architectural discussions, and discuss topics that are relevant in the SOA technical space today.

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