This blog article discusses how to address class loading issues with the Oracle SOA Infra. It's prime "raison d'etre" being a memory dump of something I don't do often, but may spend significant time in finding out how to do it again.
Ever had a case with the Oracle BPM Suite where you wanted to create a BPMN model while hiding the details from the reader? Then the "refine" feature may be what you are looking for. Read on if you want to know more about this feature that has been added since 12c. I actually blogged about it before, but this time I want to also illustrate the impact it has on the flow trace.
When reading about MicroServices you could get the impression that orchestrated business processes or even case management applications will soon become legacy. I seriously doubt that, considering the challenges you will face with creating a landscape of MicroServices that will be able to support some of the characteristics that gave birth to BPM and Case Management in the first place.
In this posting I will discuss if it is a good idea to only have a (contract) WSDL in the MDS, and let your implementing composite point to that, instead of having a WSDL in the project itself (as well).
ORDS Standalone webserver which is Eclipse Jetty, https://eclipse.org/jetty/ . For the standalone, ORDS sends output to STDOUT, it runs on the command line. That means there's nothing like a control commands like startup, shutdown,status nor log files, access logs. It's bare bones intentionally to get up and running fast.