Release 12.1 ATG RUP3 Highlights for Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway

The R12.ATG_PF.B.Delta.3 patch (8919491) recently got released to Oracle Metalink. This patch contains certain feature advancements in Integrated SOA Gateway (ISG), which I wish to highlight in this post.

Enhanced administration with SOA Monitor and enhanced debug logging capabilities

 

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E-Business Suite users having Integrated SOA Gateway responsibility and additionally Integration Repository Administrator Permission Set role, would be able to see the SOA Monitor and Log functions in the navigator.

SOA Monitor

With the new SOA Monitor changes, you would be able to turn on or turn off the auditing capability right from the monitor user interface.

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The request and response payloads are tracked only if auditing is turned on. Apart from that, users will have much more search options for monitor activities.

Logging

The debug logging capability enhances the diagnose-ability of a failed service, generation or deployment.

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You can specify a log severity for a certain user or globally and for specific services. The logs are written back either in mid-tier file system or in logging table(s), which can be further viewed through Oracle Applications Manager.

SAML Authentication Support

On the service generation side, SAML authentication support has been added.

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Service generated and deployed with SAML Token support would be able to authenticate the inbound requests containing SAML Assertions. There are some administrative tasks, which need to be perfomed both on the client and E-Business Suite server side, in order to fully enable the SAML Authentication. The details can be found in Oracle Metalink Note 1144313.1.

Note:- Either Username Token or SAML Token can be used at a time, per service.

Comments:

Sorry, but I don't agree with you here. I don't like that approach. But it's a good start off. Perhaps with some increased information I could manage to understand it healthier?

Posted by conveyancing on August 19, 2010 at 09:57 AM IST #

What a comment!! Very informative and also easy to understand. Looking for more such blog posts!! Do you have a facebook? I recommended it on digg. The only thing that it's missing is a bit of new design. Anyway thank you for this information.

Posted by Dan Traughber on August 31, 2010 at 02:26 AM IST #

Hi, Can you elaborate a little on what you don't really agree here ? I'd be happy to provide you more information, if you can let me know specific questions. Thanks

Posted by Rajesh Ghosh on August 31, 2010 at 01:26 PM IST #

Pretty competently written post. It's going to be valuable to most people that use it, as well as me personally. Keep doing exactly what you are doing. I'm going to certainly read more posts.

Posted by Simona Shinners on January 29, 2011 at 10:40 PM IST #

hi after upgrading the tech stack from 12.1.1 to 12.1.3, we are not able to see the soa monitor page, it shows the below error:

You have encountered an unexpected error. Please contact the System Administrator for assistance.
Click here for exception details.

pls advise,
Thanks in advance

Posted by guest on September 28, 2011 at 10:05 AM IST #

" ... after upgrading the tech stack from 12.1.1 to 12.1.3, we are not able to see the soa monitor page, it shows the below error:

You have encountered an unexpected error. Please contact the System Administrator for assistance. Click here for exception details. "

-- The error message is pretty generic to make any conclusion. We might need to access logs from your instance. Hence please open a S/R with Oracle Metalink, which will help us resolve your issue.

Posted by Rajesh Ghosh on June 26, 2012 at 03:29 PM IST #

Thanks Rajesh Ghosh

Posted by guest on June 27, 2012 at 12:56 PM IST #

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