Tuesday Mar 18, 2014

WebLogic / Fusion Middleware puppet module V2 by Edwin Biemond

Got the same options as the wls module but optimized for Hiera, totally refactored and only for Linux and Solaris. For full hiera examples, see the usages below this page created by Edwin Biemond email biemond at gmail dot com

Should work for all Linux,Solaris versions like RedHat, CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Suse SLES, OracleLinux, Solaris 10 sparc and x86.

  • Reference implementation, the vagrant test case for full working WebLogic 10.3.6 cluster example click here
  • Reference Solaris implementation, the vagrant test case for full working WebLogic 12.1.2 cluster example click here
  • Reference Oracle SOA Suite, the vagrant test case for full working WebLogic 10.3.6 SOA Suite + OSB cluster example click here or here.


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Friday Oct 18, 2013

JAX-WS SOAP over JMS by Edwin Biemond

With WebLogic 12.1.2 Oracle now also supports JAX-WS SOAP over JMS. Before 12.1.2 we had to use JAX-RPC and without any JDeveloper support. We need to use ANT to generate all the web service code. See this blogpost for all the details.

In this blogpost I will show you all the necessary JDeveloper steps to create a SOAP over JMS JAX-WS Web Service (Bottom up approach) and generate a Web Service Proxy client to invoke this service, plus let you know what works and what not.

We start with a simple HelloService class with a sayHello method. Read the full article here.

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Monday Nov 05, 2012

Generating an EJB SDO Service Interface for Oracle SOA Suite by Edwin Biemond

In Oracle SOA Suite you can use the EJB adapter as a reference or service in your composite applications. The EJB adapter has a flexible binding integration, there are 3 ways for integrating the remote interface with your composite.
First you have the java interface way which I described here this follows the JAX-WS way. It means you need to use Calendar for your Java date types and leads to one big WSDL when you add a wire to a service component. Read the full article here.

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Friday Mar 23, 2012

Start small, grow fast your SOA footprint by Edwin Biemond, Ronald van Luttikhuizen and Demed L’Her

A set of pragmatic best practices for deploying a simple and sound SOA footprint that can grow with business demand. The paper contains details about Administrative considerations & Infrastructure considerations & Development considerations& Architectural considerations
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We are very interested to publish papers jointly with our partner community. Here is a list of possible SOA whitepapers that I am very interested in seeing published (note that the list is not exhaustive and I welcome any other topic you would like to volunteer).

The format for these whitepapers would ideally be a 5 to 12 pages document, possibly with a companion sample (to be hosted on http://java.net/projects/oraclesoasuite11g ). It is not a marketing stuff. We will get them published on OTN, with proper credits and use social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) to promote them. For information, the "quickstart guide" was downloaded more than 11,000 titles over just 2 months, following a similar approach. These papers are a great way to get exposure and build your resume.

We would prefer if we could get 2 people to collaborate on these papers (ideally 1 partner or customer and 1 oracle person). This guarantees some level of peer review and gives greater legitimacy to the paper. If you are Interested? Please contact Demed L’Her Thank you!

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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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Tuesday Nov 22, 2011

Dutch ACEs SOA Partner Community Award Celebration

When you win you need to celebrate. This was the line of thinking when I found out that I was part of a group that won the Oracle SOA Community Country Award.

Well – thinking about a party is one thing, preparing it and finally having the small party is something completely different. It starts with finding a date that would be suitable for the majority of invited people. As you can imagine the SOA ACEs and ACE Directors have a busy life, that takes them places. Alongside that they are engaged with customers who want to squeeze every bit of knowledge out of them. So everybody is pretty busy (that’s what makes you an ACE).

After some deliberation (and checks of international Oracle events, Trip-it, blogs and tweets) a date was chosen. Meeting on a Friday evening for some drinks is probably not a Dutch-only activity. But as some of the ACEs are self-employed they miss the companies around them to organize such events. Come the day a turn-out of almost 50% was great – although I expected some more folks :-( . This was mainly due to some illness and work overload. Luckily the mini-party got going, (alcoholic) beverages were consumed, food was appreciated, a decent picture was made (see below) and all had a good chat and hopefully a good time.

(Above from left to right: Eric Elzinga, Andreas Chatziantoniou, Mike van Aalst, Edwin Biemond)

All in all a nice evening and certainly a "meeting" which can be repeated.  For the full article please visit Andreas's blog

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