Tuesday Dec 15, 2015

Configuring a Compact Domain for SOA Suite by Waslley Souza

clip_image002A compact domain is a developer domain consisting of a single administration server and in this post you will learn how to create it!

After the installation of SOA Suite 12c and required schemas, open a command prompt and go to ORACLE_HOME/soa/common/bin. Set the environment variable CONFIG_JVM_ARGS to -Dcom.oracle.cie.config.showProfile=true. This will activate the compact domain option in the configuration wizard.

cd ORACLE_HOME\soa\common\bin
SET CONFIG_JVM_ARGS=-Dcom.oracle.cie.config.showProfile=true
config.cmd

In the Configuration Type screen, select Create a new compact domain. Read the complete article here.

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Thursday Nov 19, 2015

Getting started with BAM 12c by Waslley Souza

clip_image002Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) 12c monitors your business processes in real time to help you make informed tactical and strategic business decisions. In this post we will create a simple Dashboard with three Business Views, two of them to monitor the employees added, simulating real time data, and another one to monitor the EMPLOYEES table.

In the BAM Composer, go to Administrator page and create two new Data Objects: EmployeeDO and EmployeeHRDO.

Add two columns to EmployeeDO: EMPLOYEE_NAME and EMPLOYEE_JOB.

Inform the table EMPLOYEES in EmployeeHRDO. Read the complete article here.

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Friday Oct 09, 2015

Business Rules in BPM Suite 12c by Waslley Souza

clip_image001If you use the Business Rules feature in Oracle BPM Suite 12c, the business rules you created can be modified at runtime using the BPM Composer. This way you do not need to spend time changing and re-deploying your application. This feature works the same way in BPM Suite and SOA Suite.

As a starting point, I will use the BPM application created here: Creating a simple BPM Manual Process. Download the sample application: BpmBusinessRulesApp.zip.

In the WebLogic Console, create the president user.

In the JDeveloper, open the AddEmployee process.
Right-click HrOfficer swimlane, choose Add Role and add the President role.

Change the Canonical Model, adding JobName and Salary elements. Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Sep 30, 2015

Creating a simple BPM Manual Process by Waslley Souza

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A Manual Process in Oracle BPM Suite 12c is a process that the user starts through a Human Task.
In this post we will create a BPM Process to add employees through a Human Task and generate a XML file through File Adapter.
Download the sample application: BpmHelloWorldApp.zip.

Create a new BPM Application, name it as BpmHelloWorldApp and click Finish.
Right-click the project name and choose New > BPMN 2.0 Process.
In the BPMN 2.0 Process Wizard, choose Manual Process, name it as AddEmployee and click Finish.

Our BPM application was created.
Before we start to model our process, we need to create a new user.
Start the WebLogic Server, go to Console and create the hrofficer user.

Read the complete article here.

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Saturday Sep 19, 2015

Enable SOA Composer in SOA Suite 11g by Waslley Souza

clip_image001When you are developing your SOA Composites in SOA Suite 11g, probably you will use DVM or Business Rules components. You can change the values of these components at runtime, and to do it, you need to use an application called SOA Composer. By default the SOA Composer is disabled. As it is an application, all you have to do is go to Console from WebLogic Server and start it.

Go to WebLogic Server Console > > Deployments.
Click the composer application.

Click Targets tab, select all components and click the Change Targets button.

Read the complete article here.

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Monday Aug 31, 2015

Creating a simple BPM Manual Process by Waslley Souza

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A Manual Process in Oracle BPM Suite 12c is a process that the user starts through a Human Task.
In this post we will create a BPM Process to add employees through a Human Task and generate a XML file through File Adapter.
Download the sample application: BpmHelloWorldApp.zip.

Create a new BPM Application, name it as BpmHelloWorldApp and click Finish.
Right-click the project name and choose New > BPMN 2.0 Process.
In the BPMN 2.0 Process Wizard, choose Manual Process, name it as AddEmployee and click Finish.

Our BPM application was created.
Before we start to model our process, we need to create a new user.
Start the WebLogic Server, go to Console and create the hrofficer user.

Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Jul 15, 2015

Managing Idempotence in SOA Suite by Waslley Souza


clip_image002According to the SOA Suite 12c documentation, an idempotent activity is an activity that can be safely retried. It means if your BPEL Process fails, a rollback operation will be executed and all data won’t be persisted in the database. OK, but sometimes you want to persist some data even your BPEL Process fails. How can you achieve it? Set the operation as nonidempotent and the Dehydration will occur after this operation. In this post, you will learn how to set an operation as nonidempotent. As a starting point, let’s use the application created here: Using DB Adapter in SOA Suite 12c. We will add a new Database Adapter to manage the jobs table, and when we try to add a new employee with a new job, the job will be persisted even if the BPEL Process fails. Download the sample application: SOAIdempotentApp.zip. Open the EmployeeProject file. To create the Database Adapter, right-click External References section, and choose Insert > Database. In Step 1, set the name as JOBSDbReference and click Next. hIn Step 2, choose the Database Connection, set the JNDI Name and click Next. In Step 3, choose Insert Only and Select By Primary Key options, and click Next. Read the complete article here. SOA & BPM Partner Community For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn image[7][2][2][2] Facebook clip_image002[8][4][2][2][2] Wiki

Thursday Apr 23, 2015

Enable SOA Composer in SOA Suite 11g by Waslley Souza

When you are developing your SOA Composites in SOA Suite 11g, probably you will use DVM or Business Rules components. You can change the values of these components at runtime, and clip_image001to do it, you need to use an application called SOA Composer. By default the SOA Composer is disabled. As it is an application, all you have to do is go to Console from WebLogic Server and start it.

Go to WebLogic Server Console > > Deployments.
Click the composer application.

Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Jan 06, 2015

Using DB Adapter in SOA Suite 12c by Waslley Souza

clip_image001When you have a BPEL Process, and it needs to perform an operation on a Database Table, for example, insert an employee, you have to use the Database Adapter. The Database Adapter exposes to SOA, tables and SQL transparently and non-intrusively.

In this post, I will create a BPEL Process to insert employees into Employees table from HR Schema. Best practises, like the use of MDS and Mediator, are not the purpose of this post. Download the sample application: SOADBAdapterApp.zip.

Create a SOA Application.

In Step 1, set the Application Name and Application Package Prefix.

In Step 2, set the Project Name. Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Jul 06, 2011

Introducing Java 7 Webcast: Moving Java Forward

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