Friday Sep 14, 2012

Upcoming Customer WebCast: Adapters and JCA Transport in Oracle Service Bus 11g

There is an upcoming webcast planned for September 19th that will show how to implement services using a JCA adapter in Oracle Service Bus 11g. The session will help to utilize existing resources like samples and information centers for adapters in the context of Oracle Service Bus.

Topics covered in the webcast are:
  • JCA Transport Overview / Inbound and Outbound scenarios using JCA adapters
  • Implementation of an end-to-end use case using an inbound file adapter and and an outbound database adapter in Oracle Service Bus
  • It will show how to find information on supported adapters in a certain version of OSB 11g
  • Available adapter samples for OSB and SOA
  • How to use SOA adapter samples for Oracle Service Bus
  • A live demo of an adapter sample implementation in Oracle Service Bus
  • Information Centers for adapters and Oracle Service Bus information

The presentation recording can by found here after the webcast. Select "Oracle Fusion Middleware" as product.
(https://support.oracle.com/rs?type=doc&id=740966.1)

The schedule for future webcasts can be found in the above mentioned document as well.

Friday May 11, 2012

Sample Script for Extending an Existing Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Cluster by Adding Additional Managed Servers

Extending an existing Oracle Service Bus (OSB) cluster (scaling up or scaling out) is currently a manual task as described in our product documentation:


If some of the steps or tasks involved in adding the server are not completed successfully or omitted, the new managed servers will fail or have issues. In order to help with this task, we have created a very basic sample scipt that should help to successfully create the additional managed servers. The script is available as a SAMPLE CODE document provided by Oracle Customer Support:


To run the script, download the attachments of the note above and store them in a directory of your choice:


Open the extend.properties file in a text editor and adapt it to your environment:



The admin server of the domain should be up and running before adding additional managed servers. To run the script, start a command prompt window and set the domain environment for your existing domain:



Change to the directory containing the downloaded script and property file. To run the script, you can use the wlst.cmd|sh script which is provided with the WebLogic Server installation. The wlst.cmd|sh script is available in %MW_HOME%\wlserver_10.3\common\bin on Windows and $MW_HOME/wlserver_10.3/common/bin on Linux/Unix. Run the script:

  • wlst.cmd|sh extendOSBDomain.py



The script will analyze the cluster as defined in the extend.properties file and check which managed servers are already available. The prerequisite for this sample script is, that all managed server names have the same prefix like osb_server and that they are numbered sequentially, in my example osb_server1 to osb_server4. The script will create a new managed server osb_server5:



The script will also create the related JMS objects for the new managed server:


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