Weblogic SCA for Java, an introduction ..

Raghav from our core Weblogic Server team wrote a nice article on how to use Weblogic SCA for Java, which is based on the Service Component Architecture Spring C&I.
This allows java developers to assemble java components in a very SCA-alike fashion, and expose or consume services as EJBs or Webservices.
Fusion Order Demo for PS1 already ships with a bean assembly, exposed as EJB, that is built that way (the ExternalPartnerSupplierEJB)

Now when you make use of the Spring component inside Oracle SOA Suite, you are transparently using the above engine. In a nutshell - this is end to end java integration into the soa world - the SCA way.

You can find his article here.

As we are working on getting them ready for production in Patchset 2, we are keen on feedback - so please let us know what you think.

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this truly helps, now i happen the troubles and i donot know how to resolve, i look google and found your blog, thanks once again

just one thing, may i post this entry on my blog? i will add the source.

regards!

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Posted by Conrad Issacs on January 10, 2010 at 04:20 AM PST #

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