Process Oracle OER Events using a simple Web Service

This post provides an example of a simple web service that processes Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER) Events.
The service receives events from OER and utilizes the OER REX API to implement simple OER
automations for selected event types.

The web service example implements the following:

  • When a new Asset is Submitted to OER:
    • The Asset is automatically Accepted by a defined user.
  • When an Asset is Accepted:
    • The Asset is automatically assigned  to a defined user for review.
    • If the accepted asset is of type Service
      The Version meta data attribute is set based on the version id contained
      in the suffix of the Service Namespace.     
  • When an Asset is Registered:
    • If the registered Asset is of type Service
      The related Assets ( Interface and Endpoint are also automatically registered.

The sample web service is not intended to replace the out of the Box OER BPM Based workflows,
but the service can be utilized in cases where only simple automation is required and the developer has a Java skill set.

Deployment
Diagram

The service is a lightweight web application that can be easily deployed to the same server as OER or on a different server.

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