Wednesday Feb 03, 2010

Getting started with Oracle SOA Suite 11gR1

If you want to speed up your learning curve regarding Oracle SOA Suite 11gR1,  a good reference could be the following book : 

Getting started with Oracle SOA Suite

It is an iterative tutorial that introduces all the elements in the Suite (adapters, Mediator, BPEL Process Manager, Human Workflow, Business Rules, Oracle Service Bus, Business Activity Monitoring, B2B, Enterprise Manager) in a suite of short labs.

[ISBN = 978-1-847199-78-2]

 My 2 cts

Tuesday Jan 26, 2010

Part1 : Preparing a Linux JeOS Appliance for Oracle SOA Fusion11gR1 stack (second publication)

Purpose of this note

This note walks through the process of building a Base Linux VirtualBox  Appliance, based on the JeOS Ubuntu 08-04.3 or JeOSOracle Enterprise Linux Release5 update4. It will be used as the underlying infrastructure in future Notes discussing building Oracle SOA Fusion11gR1 appliances used for learning,  testing or POC purposes. The major advantage of this infrastructure is that, as well as being fully functional, if is free : no license is required.

This note is part of the following serie :

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Part2 : Installing & configuring Oracle SOA Fusion11gR1 stack on a JeOS Linux JeOS Appliance

Purpose of this note

 This note walks through the process of installing and configuring Oracle SOA Fusion11gR1 on top of a JeOS Linux VirtualBox Appliance.

This note is part of the following serie :

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Thursday Oct 30, 2008

Part 2 - Using JBOSS Messaging from GlassfishESB


Part 2 - Using JBOSS Messaging to send/receive JMS messages from GlassfishESB.


A big thanks to Louis Polycarpou for his help to troubleshot the JBOSS WSDL setup. Feel free to visit his blog : http://blogs.sun.com/polyblog

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Wednesday Oct 29, 2008

Part 1 - Using JBOSS Messaging from a JavaCAPS6 BPEL

This note describes how to send/receive messages to/from Jboss Messaging from a JavaCAPS6/Casa application.

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Wednesday Aug 27, 2008

Java CAPS 6 : using a WLM Portlet to manage Human Workflow activities through the Simple API for Workflow (SAW)

This blog illustrates how to use a WLM portlet to manage Human Workflow activities in a Java CAPS 6 Repository Based Application. The WLM portlet has been developed with the Simple API for Workflow. Using this WLM portlet, you are able to deal with Human Workflow tasks after a very easy configuration step.

The complete note is available at http://blogs.sun.com/patriceg/resource/blog7/easySWIFTV2.0-SAW-ConfigurationGuide-DRAFT-0.1.pdf

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