Tuesday Feb 16, 2016

Oracle SOA Suite 12c (12.2.1.0.0) - What's New

Oracle SOA Suite’s new release includes features that simplify and reduce the time to develop new integrations, and significantly improve response times. Developers now have the ability to improve performance with support for end-to-end JSON, as well as utilize JavaScript directly in their integration flows. New in-memory features dramatically improve transaction performance and new B2B optimization further improves transaction speed for partner collaboration. In the area of streaming analytics, Oracle Stream Explorer delivers a simplified and business-friendly approach, as well as advanced machine learning capabilities. To visualize analytics accessible from integration flows, new custom functions have been added to Oracle SOA Suite’s Business Activity Monitoring capabilities to better align analytics with customer-specific key performance indicators. The integration platform also introduces new features to maximize uptime, diagnose and tune the integration environment, and make SOA deployments more resilient to exceptions and overload.[Read More]

Monday Jun 30, 2014

Welcome the New Oracle Weblogic Server 12.1.3 Release

If you remember, last summer Oracle has released Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.2 which introduced a lot of new enterprise features such as: Dynamic Clusters, Elastic JMS, Coherence Managed Servers, integration with Oracle Database 12c etc. From the developer’s perspective these were: WebSocket protocol support, OSGi, improving of Maven support and so on. All these features undoubtedly have been seriously improved WebLogic from high availability perspective and have made unparalleled product on the market for deploying application in the public, on-premise private cloud, engineered systems such as Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud, Oracle SPARC SuperClusters, Oracle Database Appliance Systems and conventional systems. [Read More]

Thursday Dec 23, 2010

How to use Oracle AQ with Message-Driven Beans in Weblogic

In this post we would like to show you how to use Oracle AQ as an underlying JMS implementation with MDBs in Weblogic. 

MDB's can be very useful when you want to integrate your database logic with your Java application. Normally JEE application invokes the code inside the database. But in some cases you want the DB to initiate the asynchronous call and have your Java application do the actual processing. This is also very useful when you want to integrate JEE code with the Oracle Forms application.
The post has been based on the following OTN documentation:

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E14571_01/web.1111/e13738/aq_jms.htm#CJACBCEJ[Read More]
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