Thursday Feb 18, 2016

Topology Configurations for Web Services in Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) 12.2.1

There are a couple of enhancements added in outbound Web Services invocation support in Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) 12.2.1. You can now configure the Web Service end point URLs in the Topology definition instead of hard coding it in the ODI Tools parameters. Logical Schema of such topology configuration can be then used directly in the OdiInvokeWebService tool parameters. Now ODI also allows you to invoke a WebService that is protected by OWSM policies and register those OWSM policies as part of Physical Schema definition.

To register the Web Services definition a new technology, “SOAP Web Service”, is added in the Topology where you create the Data Server for the Web Service and register its WSDL URL.

The Services, Ports, user credentials, OWSM policies for the endpoint service from the WSDL are configured as the Physical Schemas.

You can then create a Logical schema for it and bind it with Physical Schema through Context mapping. Such logical schema and context can be specified in the OdiInvokeWebService tool instead of hard coding Web Service URL and other parameters.

To learn more about the Topology Configurations for Web Services, there is an Oracle by Example tutorial available providing step by step instructions on using the feature: http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/tutorials/obe/fmw/odi/odi_12c/odi12c_newfeatures/ascii_files.html#section3s1

Additionally the new features introduced in Oracle Data Integrator 12.2.1 are also documented in our New Features white paper.

Friday Oct 05, 2012

Hidden Gems: Accelerating Oracle Data Integrator with SOA, Groovy, SDK, and XML

On the last day of Oracle OpenWorld, we had a final advanced session on getting the most out of Oracle Data Integrator through the use of various advanced techniques.

The primary way to improve your ODI processes is to choose the optimal knowledge modules for your load and take advantage of the optimized tools of your database, such as OracleDataPump and similar mechanisms in other databases. Knowledge modules also allow you to customize tasks, allowing you to codify best practices that are consistently applied by all integration developers.

ODI SDK is another very powerful means to automate and speed up your integration development process. This allows you to automate Life Cycle Management, code comparison, repetitive code generation and change of your integration projects. The SDK is easily accessible through Java or scripting languages such as Groovy and Jython.

Finally, all Oracle Data Integration products provide services that can be integrated into a larger Service Oriented Architecture. This moved data integration from an isolated environment into an agile part of a larger business process environment. All Oracle data integration products can play a part in thisracle GoldenGate can integrate into business event streams by processing JMS queues or publishing new events based on database transactions.

  • Oracle GoldenGate can integrate into business event streams by processing JMS queues or publishing new events based on database transactions.
  • Oracle Data Integrator allows full control of its runtime sessions through web services, so that integration jobs can become part of business processes.
  • Oracle Data Service Integrator provides a data virtualization layer over your distributed sources, allowing unified reading and updating for heterogeneous data without replicating and moving data.
  • Oracle Enterprise Data Quality provides data quality services to cleanse and deduplicate your records through web services.

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