Wednesday Mar 26, 2014

SOA Community Newsletter March 2014

Dear SOA & BPM Partner Community member,

Did you miss the Oracle Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum in Malta? Most of the presentations are available at our SOA & BPM Community Workspace ( SOA Community membership required). Key announcements include free implementation assessment vouchers, SOA 12c launch events and the SOA Suite 11g On-Demand Course. During the conference, attendees also had the opportunity to learn more about Internet of Things (IoT) a great showcase for middleware. Thanks for the excellent feedback at Twitter #ofmForum and the first impression on the SOA Community Facebook page.

Congratulations to the Fusion Middleware Partner Community Awards 2014 winners - Amis for SOA and OPITZ Consulting for BPM – well deserved!

The Industrial SOA article series continues with SOA and Business Processes: You are the Process! And Bob published a podcast series about SOA Governance and API Management.

Thanks for sharing all the additional SOA articles within the community: Integration for Airlines and Cargo Hubs & Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com & Recap - Oracle Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com & Video SOA Transformation & Working with Oracle Security Token Service & Resequencer Health Check & Humantask Assignment.

In our BPM and ACM section you find two ACM articles from Lucas Jellema ACM: organizing the chaos and flexing rigid process structures & The key ingredients of an ACM case. At our SOA & BPM Community Workspace ( SOA Community membership required) we published the latest ACM customer presentation and video and a new Demo system page and new BPM demo is available. In the case you implemented successful BPM make sure you re-use your processes and promote them in the BPM Solution Catalog.
Thanks for sharing all the additional SOA articles within the community: Case Management API's & BPM workspace: Scripted security & Content-Enabling Your Insurance Business Using Oracle BPM and WebCenter Content.

The last section in our newsletter is focused on architecture, usability & AppAdvantage, resource kit, documents, videos and roundtables are available. Together with AMIS the Applications User Experience Expo Set in Amsterdam takes place March 18th 2014.

Thanks for attending the Oracle Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum and happy reading!

Best regards Jürgen Kress

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BPM APIs revisited – DirectBinding and Facade APIs by Niall Commiskey

Direct Binding Invocation -
A common way to invoke a composite is to use SOAP over HTTP. This is enabled by creating a SOAP service for your composite using web service binding. You can also use direct binding, which provides a tighter integration alternative. 
Direct binding enables Java clients to directly invoke composite services,  bypassing the intermediate conversion to XML required with web service binding. 

Direct Binding Invocation API - Here we leverage oracle.soa.management.facade.Locator. The following composite contains a BPM process that can be invoked via direct binding.  Read the complete article here.

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