By ACShorten on Jun 03, 2013
As part of Oracle Utilities Application Framework V22.214.171.124.0 a new set of Oracle Service Bus protocol adapters are available to allow Oracle Service Bus to process outbound communications initiated from the product. This complements the inbuilt and Oracle Service Bus integration for inbound communications that already has been released over the last few Oracle Utilities Application Framework releases.
The Oracle Service Bus Integration allows the following:
- Definition of XAI Inbound Services as Business Services within Oracle Service Bus with support for Oracle Web Services Manager functionality for flexible security of inbound calls.
- Optionally, using a Proxy Service on the Business Service to allow you to load balance Web Services calls across clusters or managed services.
- A set of protocol adapters than can be easily installed within Oracle Service Bus to implement outbound communications for Outbound Messages (by Outbound Message Type) and for Oracle Utilities Customer Care And Billing and Oracle Enterprise Taxation And Policy Management, Notification and Workflow (by NDS Type),
A whitepaper has been released outlining the integration with step by step instructions on configuration and includes advice for customers migrating from the Multipurpose Listener (MPL). Customers migrating from the MPL should read this whitepaper and attend appropriate training to fully exploit the Oracle Service Bus integration.
The whitepaper is available from My Oracle Support - Oracle Service Bus Integration Oracle Utilities Application Framework (Doc Id: 1558279.1).