Saturday Nov 09, 2013

Oracle Service Bus JMS Deployments Utility by Mike Muller

For proxy services utilizing the JMS transport, OSB receives messages from destinations by using an MDB. These MDBs get generated and deployed during activation of the service configuration. OSB creates a random, unique name for the J2EE application that gets deployed to WLS. The name starts with “_ALSB_” and ends in a unique series of digits. The EAR files are written to the sbgen subdirectory of the domain home directory. You will see these applications on the WLS console page for “Deployments”.

For various operational reasons, there are times when the application name for a given proxy service needs to be determined. Since the generated name of the application doesn’t reflect the name of the service, it becomes difficult to determine the relationship between the service and its EAR file. In fact, it can not be discerned from either the OSB or WLS consoles.Read the full article here.

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Friday Aug 30, 2013

Enterprise Service Bus article part of Industrial SOA series

Everyone seems to need to use an enterprise service bus (ESB) nowadays, but there is so much confusion about its actual benefit and the various concepts this term entails. This uncertainity is revealed in statements like, "Help! My boss says we need an ESB," or "Why do I need an ESB at all? Can't I achieve the same thing with BPEL or BPMN?" or even "We can do everything ourselves in language X." This article is an attempt to answer some of the most important questions surrounding this term using concrete examples, so that the areas of application that can be deemed "correct" for ESBs can be clarified:

  • What exactly is the definition of an ESB? Is it a product or an architecture pattern?
  • What are some practical uses for an ESB?
  • Do I need an ESB to build an SOA platform?
  • Which requirements do I need to satisfy?
  • Which criteria can I use to select the ESB that is most suitable for my needs?

Defining the ESB
An accepted definition for this term has yet to be firmly established that is most likely caused by a lack of industry standards, whereas standards like BPEL and BPMN 2.0 exist for process engines and other components. The term “Enterprise Service Bus” was coined by Gartner in 2002, and further introduced by the analyst Roy Schulte to describe a category of software products that he observed were available on the market at that time. Ten years later, there is still very little agreement on what exactly an ESB is or what it should deliver. There are different definitions depending on the manufacturer or source. Among other things, an ESB is defined as:

"A style of integration architecture that allows communication via a common communication bus that consists of a variety of point-to-point connections between providers and users of services."

"An infrastructure that a company uses for integrating services in the application landscape."
Read the full article here.

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Monday Feb 20, 2012

Service Bus 11g Development Cookbook

The Oracle Service Bus Development Cookbook is a book which contains more than 80 practical recipes to develop service- and message-oriented solutions on the Oracle Service Bus 11g.image

This cookbook is full of immediately usable recipes showing how to efficiently develop on the Oracle Service Bus. In addition to its cookbook style, which ensures the solutions are presented in a clear step-by-step manner, the explanations go into great detail, which makes it good learning material for everyone who has experience with the OSB and wants to improve. Most of the recipes are designed in such a way that each recipe is presented as a separate, standalone entity and reading of prior recipes is not required. The finished solution of each recipe is also made available electronically.

The 80+ recipes are organized into the following chapters (the digit behind the title showing the number of recipes in that chapter):

  • Creating a basic OSB service (13)
  • Working efficiently with OSB artifacts in Eclipse OEPE (7)
  • Messaging with JMS transport (9)
  • Using EJB and JEJB transport (5)
  • Using HTTP transport (5)
  • Using File and Mail transports (5)
  • Using JCA adapter to communicate to the database (6)
  • Using SOA Direct transport to communicate with SOA Suite (4)
  • Communication, Flow Control and Message Processing (10)
  • Reliable communication with OSB (5)
  • Handling Message-Level Security requirements (9)
  • Handling Transport-Level Security requirements (4)  

Almost a year ago the author team meet at our SOA & BPM Community Forum in Utrecht. Guido Schmutz our OSB guru from Swiss formed a team that delivered the book in less than 12 months! Congratulations to all the authors Guido Schmutz, Edwin Biemond, Jan van Zoggel , Mischa Kölliker and Eric Elzinga!

Book Details

Language : English
Paperback : 522 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
Release Date : January 2012
ISBN : 1849684448
ISBN 13 : 978-1-84968-444-6
Author(s) : Guido Schmutz, Edwin Biemond , Jan van Zoggel , Mischa Kölliker , Eric Elzinga
Topics and Technologies : All Books, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Cookbooks, Enterprise, Oracle

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Friday Nov 25, 2011

Official Oracle SOA Suite 11g Samples

Looking for Oracle SOA Suite Samples?

The SOA team has created a new Official Oracle SOA Suite 11g Samples project at Java.Net for the product samples referenced in the Oracle SOA Suite documentation.There is no membership required to browse and download the samples. Just go there and get started by clicking on the component you are interested in!

Want to share your own samples with the world?

Great! You can create your own projects as a member of Java.Net.

Want to discuss these samples?

Please use the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) forums for any discussion regarding the samples: Oracle Technology Network forum page The forum link for each component is provided on the corresponding tab.

Visit the SOA Products Page on OTN for product information on any of the SOA components. Oracle Technology Network product page

We have samples for Adapters, B2B, BAM, BPEL PM, BPM, Business Rules, CEP, Human Workflow, Mediator, Notification, Oracle Service Bus, Spring and Transformations.

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