On the Oracle Forums someone had a question on how to construct your own fault message based on the fault-part of the wsdl element. In this blog we will add several activities to the flow to constantly see the output which will be generated by the proxy service. The flow we will be creating should [...]
On the 20th July 2010 (Time: 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET) Oracle will give a live Webcast on the launch of the new Oracle Service Bus 11g. “Introducing Oracle Service Bus 11g—Extending Oracle SOA Suite Leadership” Interesting for all of you who already use or will be using the new service bus. Hopefully they will [...]
For Oracle Service Bus 10.3 & 11g you can use the ANT / WLST deployment scripts provided by Oracle. With these scripts you can make an export of a project from sbconsole and make a deployment / configuration plan and you can import a project jar to the sbconsole.
When defining the new custom xpath functions for use in the service bus make sure you don’t prefix the name of the function you want to use <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <xpf:xpathFunctions xmlns:xpf="http://www.bea.com/wli/sb/xpath/config"> <xpf:category id="%OSB_FUNCTIONS%"> <xpf:function> <xpf:name>customConcat</xpf:name> <xpf:comment>%FUNC_CUSTOM_CONCAT_COMMENT%</xpf:comment> <xpf:namespaceURI>http://nl.iteye/osb/custom/functions/OsbUtils</xpf:namespaceURI> <xpf:className>nl.iteye.osb.custom.functions.OsbUtils<
This post will be less of a big-concept type posts I usually do, and more of a tip for people building and maintaining infrastructure and frameworks either open-source or internally for their companies. I’m going to illustrate this with NServiceBus as it is a large enough code base to have significant complexity and open so that you can go and take a look yourself. Trying to include some example in here would be just too small to be useful or for the point to come across.
This is, what the new TwittFont widget looks like. The (german) homepage of the new copperation between a german font provider (FontShop) and an agency (Moccu) provides a very simple way of configuring your own. Even if you can't read german. This is basically a four step process. 1) Enter your search word or username 2) select display font 3) review the animation
When was the last time you tried (!) to find some more detailed information about a problem related to core Oracle WebLogic server in the Oracle documentation system? I tried today. And nearly failed. Sorry to tell you Oracle, but this system simply is not usable (at last for me..). I still remember those good old edocs days, where all the needed information was readable and on my fingertips. To quickly find something within the Documentation Library you realy have to know where to look.