Thursday Jun 04, 2015

B2B 12c – HTTP Generic Channel with transport callout by Bruno Neves Alves

First of all, season's greetings to everyone!

Then, let me introduce this post saying that, already in the version 11g, a generic HTTP listening channel for message posting to B2B using the HTTP protocol was available. Any configured trading partner could use this generic channel to post messages to B2B.

A single common URL was available by default:
http://[host-name]:[host-port]/b2b/httpReceiver

In this way, a single listening channel is able to serve multiple trading partners for every HTTP communications with B2B.

When this channel is used, the process follows the default steps for message processing, namely:

Sender identification (i.e. using HTTP Header);

Document protocol/version/type identification ;

Agreement identification;

Message processing (parsing and validation);

Synchronous delivery to a back-end application.

The only differentiation factor is: since this channel is generic and not configurable or even available on the list of listening channels in B2B console, make it unavailable for channel callout configuration.

This has now changed with the 12c version.

With the version 12c of B2B is now possible to define a generic HTTP transport callout and associate it with a specific transport level callout.

As of now, this is driven by an B2B configuration Fusion Middleware property that needs to be added on Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control

Read the complete article here.

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Monday Apr 20, 2015

SOA Suite/B2B as a Critical Mission Hub for a High Volume Message Use Case by Bruno Alves

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In this article, you will find described high availability solution architecture, covering B2B and core SOA Suite components as BPEL, along with Business Rules, Mediator and BAM integration, as well as lessons learned in conducting such a complex and mission-critical project starting from a set of legacy applications. Read the complete article here.


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Friday Apr 17, 2015

B2B 12c – Listening Channel activation and deactivation in bulk Bruno Neves Alves

clip_image002With the version 12c of B2B the possibility to activate and deactivate all listening channels in one single command was introduced. Previously, it was necessary to provide the name of the listening channels to perform the action, what, in scenarios with a considerable number of listening channels, made the task ineffective.

Different scenarios can be pointed out where this functionality is extremely useful:

· After importing a B2B configuration the channels are always in deactivated status. This command can be then executed in order to activate all the listening channels in bulk;

· Deactivate all listening channels to stop momentously all message consumption for corrective or preventive reasons into B2B or back-end applications;

· Switching the message consumption between two environments;

The feature is also provided in a command line based approach since is an extension to the already existing feature of enable/disable a particular listening channel. Therefore it is respecting the same prerequisites.

Prior to executing any B2B command line tool is necessary to set the following environment variables: Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Jun 08, 2014

BPM Workspace and Webforms customization by Bruno Neves Alves

Under the propose of a project customization customization on BPM workspace and designed webforms were applied using custom css and used as skin and as webforms theme. Its important also to highlight that a workspace skin appliance is enough to bring customization to your webforms since they will inherit the workspace skin customization, nevertheless, themes offers you the possibility to enrich that customization or even to overlap it if desired. This blog post shares my experience trying what is available today as sample from Oracle Samples site but also how I found it starting from scratch.
I have follow the following contents to achieve a full workspace and webforms customization: Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Jul 06, 2011

Introducing Java 7 Webcast: Moving Java Forward

Step Forward and Celebrate
As a member of the Java community, you played a critical role in building Java 7. You contributed great ideas for new features and new ways of working and collaborating to take the next step in development. And now, it’s time to celebrate with a global gathering of the Java community—online and live. See your ideas at work. Hear about everything Java 7 can do for you and how we’re moving Java forward together.
Join us for the global introduction—in person at celebrations in Redwood Shores, São Paulo, or London, or via our live Webcast—as we unveil the latest innovations in Java 7. Learn from fellow developers around the globe who are getting the most out of the new features. Discover what lies ahead for Java from the communities and organizations—your groups—that are driving the continued evolution of Java. Find out how Oracle’s ongoing commitment to Java will benefit you.
Hosted by:

Adam Messinger Bruno Souza Ben Evans
Adam Messinger
Vice President, Development Fusion Middleware, Oracle
Bruno Souza
Founder and President of SOUJava; Java Community Process Representative 
Ben Evans
Author and Java SE Executive Committee Member

It’s all happening on July 7. So don’t miss it.
Twitter Join the conversation on Twitter: #java7 Join us and Register for the live webcast.
Able to join us in Redwood Shores? Register for the live celebration.

Register Now!

As an Oracle partner you can also access our Java Knowledge Zone with the latest sales, develope and implement informations.

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