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By Greg Mally on Aug 22, 2011
The following is not intended to replace the official documentation for the 11g SOA Fault Management Framework, but rather to act as a supplement with additional information and a working example. Please review the product documentation in conjunction with this writeup. We will review the high-level capabilities of the framework, identify some simple “gotchas”, and review a working example that can be imported into JDeveloper/deployed to your running SOA server.[Read More]
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.
- The ateamsoab2b blogs have been moved to www.ateam-oracle.com
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- Case Management Part 2: Anatomy of a Project
- Case Management Part 1: An Introduction
- B2B Agreement Life-Cycle Management, Part 2 - Best Practices for High Volume Deployment of Agreements
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- Mediator Instance Tracking
- OSB Performance Tuning - RouterRuntimeCache
- SOA Suite for Healthcare Integration startup errors due to expired passwords.
- Oracle SOA for Healthcare - Setting Endpoint Acknowledgement Acceptance