Sunday Feb 09, 2014

Oracle Enterprise Repository Reports and International Number Formats

(Author: Marcelo Parisi, Staff Consultant, Oracle Brazil)

Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER) provides several enterprises, across the globe, the ability to manage their service lifeycles, perform advanced registration workflows, publish their services catalogue, monitor metrics and analytics, implement security policies, while providing extended metadata management and IDE plugins

One of the most useful features of OER is its ability to generate reports which not only help you manage your runtime but also provide high level metrics which give you visibility into your performance around Service Level Agreements (SLA), Return on Investments (ROI) and more.

As an Oracle consultant, I have installed and configured OER in several customer environments in Portuguese (in Brazil). This article aims to document my experience in making OER reports more useful to non-English speaking environments in international environments.

Number Formats – A Comma Can Change Everything

Number formatting has a small but crucial difference across some major languages. For example, 1234.56 written in English, would be written as 1234,56 in Portuguese (and many Latin American and European languages). The comma and dot in a number can have totally opposite meanings in two languages. For example, a comma is treated as a unit separator in English whereas it signifies a decimal place in Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, German and several other languages. It’s easy to see how this can be misleading.

Since the client side of OER typically runs in the local language (based on browser setting), numbers are stored in OER in their native format.

When you try to then run an out-of-the-box OER report, say, Consumer Reported Asset Value (by Asset), you might hit this:

This happens due to the difference in numbering format. Taking a closer look at the report you can see that it is running this:

After taking a look at that SQL we can find that the value that is giving us problems, in this case, is from here:

If you run that SQL directly in the database, the following result is shown:

This happens because the value is stored in a string format in the database, and there are some functions in the Reports that are used to convert these from string to numeric, in order to perform calculations on it, such as TO_NUMBER, CONVERT and CAST.

Making Numbers More Relevant

There are several ways to make this work – here I have chosen to use a replace function. However, the solution needs to be as per your specific requirement and case.

The solution applied here is to utilise replace() SQL function to replace the comma character with a point. We can do this either by editing the report through BI Publisher interface (OER comes with a restricted use licence for BI), or by editing the .xdo file directly. I prefer editing the .xdo file directly. Here’s a step-by-step description:

1. Open the .xdo file related to the report we want to fix, in this case Consumer Reported Asset Value (by Asset).xdo, and find the locations where it is converting the number. In this particular file, for e.g., that is on lines 46, 62, 65, 78, 79, 177, 190, 193, 290, 311 and 312:

to_number(NVL(axi.stringvalue, 0)) AS PNHS
CASE :p_order_by WHEN 'PNHS' then to_number(NVL(axi.stringvalue, 0)) end desc,
CASE :p_order_by WHEN 'PNHR' then to_number(NVL(axi.stringvalue, 0))  end ]]>
to_number(DECODE(nvl(survey2.value, 0), '-', 0, nvl(survey2.value, 0)), '99999999D99', 'nls_numeric_characters = ''. ''') AS ConsumerGrossSavings,
to_number(DECODE(nvl(survey3.value, 0), '-', 0, nvl(survey3.value, 0)), '99999999D99', 'nls_numeric_characters = ''. ''') AS ConsumerTimeToReuse,
CONVERT(numeric,ISNULL(axi.stringvalue,'0')) AS PNHS
CASE :p_order_by WHEN 'PNHS' then CONVERT(numeric,ISNULL(axi.stringvalue,'0')) end,
CASE :p_order_by WHEN 'PNHR' then CONVERT(numeric,ISNULL(axi.stringvalue,'0')) end DESC]]>
CAST(COALESCE(axi.stringvalue, '0') as decimal(9,2)) AS PNHS,
CASE ORD5 WHEN 1000 then CAST(COALESCE(axi.stringvalue, '0') as decimal(9,2)) end,
CASE ORD6 WHEN 2000 then CAST(COALESCE(axi.stringvalue, '0') as decimal(9,2)) end desc]]>

2. Now, add the replace() function as seen below, so that the commas are replaced with a dot:

to_number(NVL(replace(axi.stringvalue,',','.'), 0)) AS PNHS
CASE :p_order_by WHEN 'PNHS' then to_number(NVL(replace(axi.stringvalue,',','.'), 0)) end desc,
CASE :p_order_by WHEN 'PNHR' then to_number(NVL(replace(axi.stringvalue,',','.'), 0))  end ]]>
to_number(DECODE(nvl(replace(survey2.value,',','.'), 0), '-', 0, nvl(replace(survey2.value,',','.'), 0)), '99999999D99', 'nls_numeric_characters = ''. ''') AS ConsumerGrossSavings,
to_number(DECODE(nvl(replace(survey3.value,',','.'), 0), '-', 0, nvl(replace(survey3.value,',','.'), 0)), '99999999D99', 'nls_numeric_characters = ''. ''') AS ConsumerTimeToReuse,
CONVERT(numeric,ISNULL(replace(axi.stringvalue,',','.'),'0')) AS PNHS
CASE :p_order_by WHEN 'PNHS' then CONVERT(numeric,ISNULL(replace(axi.stringvalue,',','.'),'0')) end,
CASE :p_order_by WHEN 'PNHR' then CONVERT(numeric,ISNULL(replace(axi.stringvalue,',','.'),'0')) end DESC]]>
CAST(COALESCE(replace(axi.stringvalue,',','.'), '0') as decimal(9,2)) AS PNHS,
CASE ORD5 WHEN 1000 then CAST(COALESCE(replace(axi.stringvalue,',','.'), '0') as decimal(9,2)) end,
CASE ORD6 WHEN 2000 then CAST(COALESCE(replace(axi.stringvalue,',','.'), '0') as decimal(9,2)) end desc]]>

3. Save the file, and run your report again. That’s it – success!

I have used the same approach for other out-of-the-box OER Reports such as Asset Portfolio Valuation, Asset Production Detail by Project, Asset Use (by Project) and Submission Status (by Producer) with success.

Hope this goes further in making your SOA Governance and OER initiatives even more productive and rewarding.

Friday Oct 04, 2013

Introducing Oracle Enterprise Repository Express Workflows - Simplified Lifecycle Management

As announced at Oracle Open World 2013 last week, we are delighted to introduce an exciting, new feature for Oracle Enterprise Repository 11g PS6 - Express Workflows.

OER provides a set of features and options for moving an asset from an initial to a final lifecycle state. Express Workflows are a mechanism for    automating these asset lifecycle approval processes in OER.

Express Workflows help automate this process for any given type of assets that are produced by your project(s). It allows you to easily assign approvers and define the flow of approvals from one approver to the next.

You can use Express Workflows to pre-define, automate and ensure that assets submitted or harvested into your OER projects go through as much or as less of an approval process as per your requirement - in a few, simple steps.

Download the OER 11g Express Workflows here - requirements and detailed instructions are available in the PDF bundled within the patch.

Tuesday Oct 01, 2013

Announcing Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control Integration with Oracle Enterprise Repository 11g for Runtime Metrics

Whether you are a service consumer, producer (developer), architect or manager, getting regular updates on runtime metrics of your assets is critical for many reasons. OER 11g PS6 can now gather runtime metrics for harvested assets from EM 12c Cloud Control. These metrics will then show under respective assets at regular, configured intervals.

To achieve this, you need to point the EM Integration Utility (already included in your OER), to your EM 12c and OER 11g instances. A new configuration file for EM 12c integration is now available. Get the patch and the new settings file from here. Instructions for applying the patch and configuring the utility are bundled in the patch as well.

Thursday Jul 25, 2013

SOA Governance Training, August 26th–30th 2013 - EMEA (Lisbon)

As a part of the Oracle Fusion Middleware Summer Camps III for our Partners, we are delighted to offer a SOA Governance Hands-on training session delivered by Oracle SOA Governance Product Management.

SOA Governance Hands-on Training

The Oracle SOA Governance Session focuses on introducing you to the crucial discipline of managing your SOA/Integration projects using the Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER), based on SOA Governance principles.

Whether you are a Developer, an Architect or a Business Manager, OER has a lot to offer to help you make the most of your SOA initiatives – a Service Catalogue, Automated Publishing, Lifecycle Management, Policies and Reporting, to name a few. OER is a powerful and flexible tool that you can leverage to manage all aspects of SOA Governance – People, Processes and Tools.

What’s more – we will also talk about our popular OER Rapid Start 30-day program delivered exclusively by Oracle Partners or Oracle Consulting. OER Rapid Start is a 30-day program, delivered to many of our customers, to kick start their  SOA Governance initiative right from engaging the right stakeholders, defining lifecycles, publishing their services to tracking ROI on their SOA investments.

The session will be lab-based giving you hands-on experience on the most popular customer use cases with OER.

Trainer:

Yogesh Sontakke, Principal Product Manager, Oracle

Additional trainings during the OFM Summer Camps III:

  • BPM: Adaptive Case Management & forms builder by Niall Commiskey
  • B2B & Adapters by Scott Haaland
  • Advanced SOA Suite by Geoffroy de Lamalle
All sessions will be given by our HQ Product Management and PTS  team. The sessions will take place in Lisbon, Portugal from August 26th to 30th 2013. Participation is limited to two people per company and training track. Registration will be handled on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please note the skill requirements, the pre-requisitions and follow up. For details, please visit the registration page.

Tuesday Apr 02, 2013

Oracle Enterprise Repository 11gR1 (11.1.1.7.0) - Released

Part of Oracle Fusion Middleware11g R1 (11.1.1.7.0), Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER) 11g R1 (11.1.1.7.0) was made generally available on April 1, 2013.

For more information, please look at the Oracle Enterprise Repository page on Oracle Technology Network (OTN):

This Oracle Enterprise Repository 11g R1 (11.1.1.7.0) release introduces the following new features:

  • Code Compliance Inspector
    • Built-in, design-time rule validation, e.g. WS-I BP compliance & Oracle Foundation Pack  Best Practices (optional)
    • Centralized reporting published within OER
  • Contracts Solution Pack
    • Formal capture of consumer-provider relationship
  • Harvesting enhancements
  • BI Publisher 11g support
  • And more…
For more information on those OER new features, please click HERE.

Friday Mar 22, 2013

Community Management: The Next Wave of SOA Governance and API Management

While SOA Governance, as a discipline, has been around for a number of years, not every company that embarks on the adoption of SOA has decided to embrace it. In some cases, the runtime management of service is implemented, but not the design-time aspects. Now, with the introduction of Cloud Computing and the proliferation of mobile devices, the “new” discipline of API Management is surfacing. This session explores why API Management has emerged, its relationship with SOA governance, and why both of these disciplines will ultimately take a page from the business-to-business world and evolve into a new discipline called “Community Management”.

Tim Hall, VP of Oracle Product Management discusses, compares and contrasts SOA Governance and API Management, explaining why he believes they will evolve into a new discipline called “Community Management”.

You can access the video HERE or download the slides HERE.

Thursday Oct 18, 2012

Oracle SOA Governance EMEA Workshop for Partners & System Integrators: Nov 5-7th | Madrid, Spain

The EMEA Fusion Middleware Product Management team is delighted to announce an exciting and a much-awaited workshop on our market-leading SOA Governance offering.

Oracle SOA Governance solution is Oracle Fusion Middleware's strategic approach to governing SOA. Whether just embarking on an SOA program, or expanding from project or pilot to broader deployment, the Oracle SOA Governance solution closes the loop on measuring SOA success from project inception through to realization, and providing the proof of ROI on SOA.

Would your prospects and customers like to:

  • Align their SOA Vision and Execution
  • Improve Decision Making
  • Effectively Manage Business and Technology Change
  • Enable Control
  • Foster Enterprise-wide Collaboration
  • Reduce Development Costs
  • Track their SOA Investments and Returns
  • Demonstrate business value and ROI of SOA

This FREE hands-on workshop is dedicated to EMEA Partners & System Integrators (SIs).

It'll be delivered by Oracle HQ Product Management and will primarily focus on :

  • SOA Governance as a Strategy and Methodology
  • Hands-on with Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER) and Oracle Service Registry (OSR)
  • When, how and whom to position our SOA Governance offerings
  • Our SOA Governance Rapid Start Service
  • Hands-on sessions for the most popular customer use cases

Seats are limited, book now - you cannot afford to miss this training!

If you're interested, please contact Yogesh Sontakke from Product Strategy & Management.

Sunday Sep 30, 2012

Tuesday at Oracle OpenWorld 2012 - Must See Session: “Oracle Fusion Applications: Best Practices in Integration Design Patterns”

Don’t miss this “CON8685 - Oracle Fusion Applications: Best Practices in Integration Design Patterns “ session:

  • Speakers:
    • Rajesh Raheja - Senior Director, Development, Oracle
    • Ravi Sankaran - Director, Applications Development, Oracle
  • Date: Tuesday, Oct 2
  • Time: 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
  • Location: Palace Hotel - Telegraph

Oracle Fusion Applications provide various ways to integrate their functional capabilities with other Oracle applications as well as third-party and legacy applications. In this session, you will learn the patterns used when communicating with Oracle Fusion Applications with a SOA approach. It addresses items related to identifying the integration artifacts available, also known as assets, in Oracle Enterprise Repository; how to invoke synchronous and asynchronous Web services; importing and exporting bulk data; and any integration issues to look out for. The patterns will be applicable to on-premises and SaaS/cloud deployment modes and are indicated as such.

Objectives for this session are to:

  1. Highlight the various ways to integrate with Oracle Fusion Applications
  2. Showcase use of Oracle Fusion Middleware technologies for integration
  3. Describe best practices and design patterns for integration

Friday Sep 28, 2012

Tuesday at Oracle OpenWorld 2012 - Must See Session: “Jump-starting Integration Projects with Oracle AIA Foundation Pack”

Don’t miss this “CON8769 - Jump-starting Integration Projects with Oracle AIA Foundation Pack“session:

  • Date: Tuesday, Oct 2
  • Time: 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
  • Location: Marriott Marquis - Salon 7
  • Speakers:
    • Robert Wunderlich - Principal Product Manager, Oracle
    • Munazza Bukhari - Group Manager, AIA FP Product Management, Oracle

The Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack development lifecycle prescribes the best practice methodology for developing integrations between applications. The lifecycle is supported by a toolset that focuses on the architects and developers. Attend this session to understand how Oracle AIA Foundation Pack can jump-start integration project development and boost developer productivity. It demonstrates what the product does today and showcases new features such as support for building direct integrations.

Objectives for this session are to:

  1. Understand how to boost developer productivity
  2. Hear about support for direct integrations
  3. Learn what’s new in Oracle AIA Foundation Pack

Monday at Oracle OpenWorld 2012 - Must See Session: “Using the Right Tools, Techniques, and Technologies for Integration Projects”

Don’t miss this “CON8669 - Using the Right Tools, Techniques, and Technologies for Integration Projects“ session with Timothy Hall - Sr. Director, Oracle:

  • Date: Monday, Oct 1,
  • Time: 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM
  • Location: Moscone South - 308

Every integration project brings its own unique set of challenges. There are many tools and techniques to choose from. How do you ensure that you have a means of consistently and repeatedly making decisions about which tools, techniques, and technologies are used? In working with many customers around the globe, Oracle has developed a set of criteria to help evaluate a variety of common integration questions. This session explores these criteria and how they have been further organized into decision trees that offer a repeatable means for ensuring that project teams are given the same guidance from project to project. Using these techniques, the presentation shows how you can reduce risk and speed productivity for your projects

Objectives for this session are to:

  1. Discuss common questions that arise at the start of integration projects
  2. Review various decision criteria and approaches for getting to a consistent set of answers
  3. Explore how these techniques can be used to reduce risk and speed productivity

Monday Sep 17, 2012

Oracle OpenWorld 2012 Hands-on Lab: “Leading Your Everyday Application Integration Projects with Enterprise SOA”

Sharpen your Oracle skill sets and master Oracle technology in Oracle OpenWorld Hands-on Labs.
In self-paced, practical learning sessions covering everything from business applications to middleware, database, storage, and enterprise management solutions, you'll discover new ways to derive maximum benefits from your Oracle hardware and software solutions
Oracle experts will be available in person to answer questions and guide you through each lab.
Hands-on Labs fill up early, and seats are limited, so don’t be late.
This  HOL10093 - Leading Your Everyday Application Integration Projects with Enterprise SOA is scheduled for:
  • Date: Monday, Oct 1
  • Time: 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
  • Location: Marriott Marquis - Salon 5/6
In this Hands-on Lab, Experience firsthand how Oracle Enterprise Repository, Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) Foundation Pack, and Oracle SOA Suite work together to help you drive your enterprisewide integration projects.
From asset management, discovery, and management in Oracle Enterprise Repository to integration of content in Oracle AIA Foundation Pack operating on the Oracle SOA Suite platform, discover how you can develop integrations to support business agility.
Take advantage of Oracle-delivered integration assets and validate your services for compliance, within Oracle JDeveloper. You will get your hands on the tools and talk with Oracle experts in this hands-on lab.
Objectives for this session are to:
  1. Use Oracle Enterprise Repository to manage application interfaces, composite applications, and business processes
  2. See how Oracle Enterprise Repository can benefit every service-based application integration project
  3. Learn how to govern services through the software lifecycle and validate your services for compliance

Thursday Sep 13, 2012

Focus On SOA & BPM for Oracle OpenWorld Now Available

To help our valued customers & partners make the most of time spent at Oracle Openworld, please check out the Focus On Oracle Fusion Middleware documents.  Over the years, we've learned that these provide a great roadmap to must-attend sessions, demos, partner exhibits, and networking events during Oracle OpenWorld.

In addition to those “Focus On..” documents, session details (speakers, abstracts) can be found in the Content Catalog at: https://oracleus.activeevents.com/connect/search.ww?event=openworld

We strongly recommend our customers to attend the following sessions:

  • Service Integration (SOA) & BPM: “Using the Right Tools, Techniques, and Technologies for Integration Projects” 
    • Monday, 10/1/2012; 3:15 PM; Moscone South - 308
  • BPM Suite: “Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite 11g Overview and Roadmap”
    • Monday, 10/1/ 2012; 12:15 PM; Moscone South – 308
  • SOA Suite:“Oracle SOA Suite, the Most Capable Tool for Every Possible Integration Challenge”
    • Monday, 10/1/2012; 10:45 AM; Moscone South - 102
  • Foundation Pack: “Jump-starting Integration Projects with Oracle AIA Foundation Pack”
    • Tuesday, 10/2/2012; 1:15 PM; Marriott Marquis - Salon 7
  • Oracle Enterprise Repository: “Gaining Victory over SOA and Application Integration Complexity”
    • Tuesday, 10/2/2012; 1:15 PM; Moscone South - 310


See you in San Francisco!

Not attending the show?  Some of the general and key sessions will be available online - so please stay tuned for those announcements as Oracle OpenWorld gets closer.

Thursday Sep 06, 2012

Sign up Today for User Feedback Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne 2012

You’re Invited to Sign Up for Oracle Usability Feedback Sessions

SIGN UP TODAY to get the most from your conference experience by participating in a usability feedback session where your expertise will help Oracle develop outstanding products and solutions. The Oracle User Experience team is conducting a Usability Evaluation on publishing and accessing Oracle Enterprise Repository content when building SOA projects in JDeveloper.

We are asking Developers and Architects who build or integrate applications using SOA Suite to take a look at the interaction between JDeveloper with the Enterprise Repository. 

We are looking for feedback on the interaction between JDeveloper and Oracle Enterprise Repository so that we may improve the User Interface in a future release.

The feedback sessions will be conducted during the Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne Conferences, at the Intercontinental Hotel in San Francisco, CA. Sessions will last 1 hour and will be held on Monday, October 1 through Wednesday, October 3, 2012.

This event fills up quickly, and space is limited. If you are interested in participating, please send an email to gozel.aamoth@oracle.com with the following information:

  • Identification
    • Name: _________________________________
    • Company Name:  _________________________
    • Job Title:
    • Email:
    • Phone Number (work, mobile, include country code):
  • Which conference are you attending? _____Oracle OpenWorld _____JavaOne
  • Have you ever participated in usability activities with Oracle or any of its subsidiaries?
    • ____Yes; specify __________________________________________________
    • ____No
  • Are you currently using JDeveloper?
    • ____Yes ; specify version(s): _______________________________
    • ____No
  • How long have you used JDeveloper?
    • ____ Less than 1 year
    • ____ 1 - 2 years
    • ____ 3 - 4 years
    • ____ 4 + years
  • Are you currently using SOA features in JDeveloper?
    • ____Yes
    • ____No
  • How long have you used SOA features in JDeveloper?
    • ____ Less than 1 year
    • ____ 1 - 2 years
    • ____ 3 - 4 years
    • ____ 4 + years
  • How often do you use SOA features in JDeveloper?
    • ____ Daily
    • ____ 2 - 3 times a week
    • ____ Once a week 
    • ____ Once a month or less
  • Briefly describe the types of SOA tasks you use JDeveloper to perform:
    • _____________________________________
    • _____________________________________

Please list your availability If you know your availability; please let me know which day you would prefer to participate, Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. Limited sessions are available on each day, and each session lasts 1 hour.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this questionnaire.  It will help us match you to the best suited feedback session. Once we receive your email, we will contact you to set up a time and day for participation.

You'll find more information about our on-site lab on the VoX (Voice of User Experience) blog, and on our Events page at Usable Apps.

Tuesday Jul 03, 2012

Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards 2012 submissions - Only 2 weeks to go

You have less than 2 weeks left (July 17th) to submit Fusion Middleware Innovation Award nominations.

As a reminder, these awards honor customers for their cutting-edge solutions using Oracle Fusion Middleware.

Either a customer, their partner, or an Oracle representative can submit the nomination form on behalf of the customer.

Please visit oracle.com/corporate/awards/middleware for more details and nomination forms.

Our Service Integration (SOA) and BPM” category covers Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle BPM Suite, Oracle Event Processing, Oracle Service Bus, Oracle B2B Integration, Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA), Oracle Enterprise Repository...

To submit your nomination, the process is very simple:

Tuesday Jun 12, 2012

Transform Your Application Integration with Best Practices from Oracle Customers

You want to transform your application integration into an environment based on a service-oriented architecture (SOA). You also want to utilize business process management (BPM) to improve efficiency, deliver business agility, lower total cost of ownership, and increase business visibility. And you want to hear directly from like-minded professionals who have made those types of transformations. Easy enough. Attend this Webcast series to learn from customers who have successfully integrated with Oracle SOA and BPM solutions.
Join us for this series and discover how to:

  • Use a single unified platform for all types of processes
  • Increase real-time process visibility
  • Improve efficiency of existing IT investments
  • Lower up-front costs and achieve faster time to market
  • Gain greater benefit from SOA with the addition of BPM

Here's the list of upcoming webcasts:

  • “Migrating to SOA at Choice Hotels” on Thurs., June 21, 2012 — 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
    • Hear how Choice Hotels successfully made the transition from a complex legacy environment into a SOA-based shared services infrastructure that accelerated time to market as the company implemented its event-driven Google API project.
  • “San Joaquin County—Optimizing Justice and Public Safety with Oracle BPM and Oracle SOA” on Thurs., July 26, 2012 — 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
    • Learn how San Joaquin County moved to a service-oriented architecture foundation and business process management platform to gain efficiency and greater visibility into mission-critical information for public safety.
  • “Streamlining Order to Cash with SOA at Eaton” on Thurs., August 23, 2012 — 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
    • Discover how Eaton transitioned from a legacy TIBCO infrastructure. Learn about the company’s reference architecture for a SOA-based Oracle Fusion Distributed Order Orchestration (DOO).
  • “Fast BPM Implementation with Fusion: Production in Five Months” on Thurs., September 13, 2012 — 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
    • Learn how Nets Denmark A/S implemented Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite in just five months. The Webcast will cover the implementation from start to production, including integration with legacy systems.
  • “SOA Implementation at Farmers Insurance” on Thurs., October 18, 2012 — 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
    • Learn how Farmers Insurance Group lowered application infrastructure costs, reduced time to market, and introduced flexibility by transforming to a SOA-based infrastructure with SOA governance.

Register today!

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