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Oracle SOA Suite 10g and 11g resources, news, and support articles.

Why contracts are more important than designs

Following on from my last post on why IT evolution is a bad thing I'll go a stage further and say that far too much time is spent on designing the internals of elements of services and far too little on their externals. Some approaches indeed claim that working on those sorts of contracts is exactly what you shouldn't do as its much better for the contract to just be "what you do now" rather

Oracle Sun – SOA and Integration strategy outline

The webcast of the SOA and Integration strategy was a few days later available as the overall strategy. You can find the entire webcast here.
SOA Platform
The combined Oracle Sun solution focus boils down to the following bullets:

Oracle SOA Suite continues as the strategic product.
Sun JCAPS continues to be supported and maintained
GlassFish ESB continues as [...]

Is IT evolution a bad thing?

One of the tenants of IT is that enabling evolution, i.e. the small incremental change of existing systems, is a good thing at that approaches which enable this are a good thing. You see it all the time when people talk about Agile and code quality and clearly there are positive benefits to these elements.SOA is often talked about as helping this evolutionary approach as services are easier to

XPATH / XSLT sorting

As result of the CapeSOA 11g training, some nice solutions and ideas are created. Within this training there is a business requirement to sort particular data to get the cheapest value. There are many ways to determine the cheapest value from a XML payload. One solution is to use XLST off course.

But how about the idea to do this without XLST?

XPATH / XSLT sorting

As result of the CapeSOA 11g training, some nice solutions and ideas are created. Within this training there is a business requirement to sort particular data to get the cheapest value. There are many ways to determine the cheapest value from a XML payload. One solution is to use XLST off course.

But how about the idea to do this without XLST?

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