When you think of Oracle Service Bus, you probably think about integration with SOAP and XML messages. However, since the introduction of REST adapters, it's also possible to offer RESTful APIs with JSON messages to your service consumers. Since RESTful APIs tend to be more light-weight than SOAP services, they have certain advantages in performance, especially for mobile usage, while also simplifying the interaction with your service. In this blog, I will show you how to create such an API based on an XSD for internal XML processing and what things to pay specific attention to. In Github I have provided a sample application created in version 18.104.22.168.0: https://github.com/lthijssen/MyMusic
First of all, you will need to create a Service Bus Application in JDeveloper and a project within that. From there, create a Schemas folder and within that folder a MyMusic.xsd XML Schema with the following content: Read the complete article here.
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