Friday Nov 07, 2014

API Catalog (OAC) 12.1.3 available for download

imageAPI Catalog (OAC) allows organizations to easily build a catalog of their APIs to provide visibility to those APIs for application development. OAC includes a simple metamodel for an API asset, automation to populate OAC with APIs, and the ability for users to search OAC for APIs and understand the details of the APIs to assess their fit in the users application.
Powered by comprehensive automation capabilities, Oracle API catalog streamlines processes and optimizes reuse to promote and foster API adoption. The solution establishes a foundation for success by

  • Providing facilities to automate the population of OAC
  • Enabling easy API editing and publishing
  • Facilitating API consumption in JDeveloper

You can download OAC (as a part of the OER 12.1.3 installer) and learn more on OTN. Learn more in the Oracle API Catalog Datasheet. image

Use Oracle API Catalog

For details please visit the API Catalog OTN page here and API catalog documentation here.

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Thursday Nov 06, 2014

Enterprise Repository 12.1.3 is available for download

NEW Oracle Enterprise Repository 12.1.3 includes updated integrations to the 12c version of Oracle products including SOA Suite, Service Bus and WebLogic.

New support for REST services and APIs includes new asset types and the ability to harvest WADL-based REST services. Also included in this release are an updated installation process and documentation set. For details please visit the OTN page here.

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Data Sheets
Oracle Enterprise Repository
Oracle API Catalog
OER Rapid Start Service

White Papers
Oracle SOA Governance Resource Kit

Related Products
Oracle API Catalog

Enterprise Repository Supported Platforms
Application Servers, Databases, Artifact Storage Tools, Web Browsers, etc.

Technical Information

OER 12c Sizing Guidelines
Determine the optimum configuration for your OER instance

OER 12c Asset Type Catalog
View all of the metadata fields included in the OER 11g asset types

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Wednesday Oct 17, 2012

Storing SCA Metadata in the Oracle Metadata Services Repository by Nicolás Fonnegra Martinez and Markus Lohn

The advantages of using the Oracle Metadata Services Repository as a central storage for the metadata.

SCA has been available since the release of the Oracle SOA Suite 11g. This technology combines and orchestrates several SOA components inside an SCA composite, making design, development, deployment, and maintenance easier. SCA development is metadata-driven, meaning that metadata artifacts, such as Web Services Description Language (WSDL), XML Schema Definition (XSD), XML, others, define the composite's behavior.fonnegra-storing-sca-metadata-fig02

With the increased number of composites and the dependencies among them, it became necessary to manage all the metadata in an adequate way. This article will address the advantages of using the Oracle Metadata Services (MDS) repository as a central storage for the metadata. The MDS repository is a central part of the Oracle Fusion Middleware landscape, managing the metadata for several technologies, such as Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF), Oracle WebCenter, and the Oracle SOA Suite. This article is divided into three parts.

The first part provides an overview of SCA and MDS. The second part describes some MDS tasks that help in the management of the SCA metadata files inside the repository. The third part shows how to develop SCA composites in combination with an MDS repository. Read the full article here.

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