Wednesday Jul 09, 2014

SOA Suite 12c and BPM Suite 12c sales kits

At our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) you can find the latest sales plays to update your sales team. Kits include a overview presentation to train your sales teams, cheat sheets for your pocket and customer ppt presentations:

SOA Suite 12c FY15 sales resources:

FY15 SOA Sales Opportunities Webcast - PPT

BPM 12c FY15 sales resources:


Please use this documents in the spirit of our joint partnership. Please do NOT publish any SOA Suite 12c or BPM Suite 12c details before general availability.

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Controlling BPEL process flow at runtime by Maarten Smeets

When using Oracle BPEL it is often desirable to allow a certain amount of configuration of the process flow at runtime. To allow configuration, properties/preferences/parameters can be used. These can be implemented in various ways. Lucas Jellema has described a method in the Oracle SOA Suite 11g Handbook (http://www.amazon.com/Oracle-SOA-Suite-Handbook-Press/dp/0071608974 page 252) for system parameters which uses Business Rules. In this blog post, I compare three other methods; using Domain Value Maps, using BPEL preferences and using a database table. I look at performance, development, re-use potential, updating the preference at runtime and when to use which method.

Implementation
For comparing the different methods I used a simple synchronous HelloWorld BPEL process with audit logging turned off. The property to be fetched is the greeting (Hello). The process itself returns its input prepended by the greeting followed by a space. Thus for example input: Maarten, output: Hello Maarten.

Domain Value Map
Domain Value Maps (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E14571_01/integration.1111/e10224/med_dvm.htm) are an underestimated feature from Oracle SOA Suite. An XML file called DVM (domain value map) allows storing domains and domain values. In JDeveloper wizards are available to create and fill the DVM file. XPath expressions can be used to easily query these domains and use them in for example BPEL, BPM or the OSB (http://guidoschmutz.wordpress.com/2009/12/25/implement-domain-value-maps-dvm-with-oracle-service-bus-osb-10r3/). The SOA Composer (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E15523_01/integration.1111/e10224/med_dvm_ui.htm) provides a GUI for editing DVM's at runtime. DVM's can be shared among processes by putting them in the MDS.

Development
The below screenshot shows how JDeveloper makes it easy to create and use a DVM. In one screenshot how a DVM can be edited at design-time in the top/left part of the screenshot and XPath expressions can be used (bottom part) to let the BPEL process query the DVM at runtime. Read the complete article here.

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