Saturday May 24, 2014

Consuming Async SOA in a WebService Proxy By Anagha Desai

Consider a scenario where an application is built using SOA Async processes and needs to be consumed in a WebService Proxy. In this blog, we will be demonstrating how to implement this use case. To achieve this, we will follow a two step process:

  • Create an Async SOA BPEL process.
  • Consume it in a WebService Proxy.

Pre-requisite:

Jdeveloper with SOA extension installed.

Steps:
To begin with step 1, create a SOA Application and name it SOA_AsyncApp.

This invokes Create SOA Application wizard. In the wizard, choose composite with BPEL process in Step 3. Read the complete article here.

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Mobile Suite introduction video

Easily create and deliver engaging user experiences for the enterprise on one secure platform, for any device, on any application, and any data. At our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) you can find the an overview video MobileSuiteIntroduction.mp4.

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