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

Enterprise mashup solution from Big Blue

IBM recently announced the availability of it's enterprise mashup solution, IBM Mashup Center, which will be coming to the market in 2008. For more details on IBM Mashup Center , you can visit the homepage - and interesting Beta launching video in Youtube -

Email XML Publisher generated output

How do we identify the output generated by xml publisher via a concurrent request in oracle ebusiness suite and email it to users?

In order to implement this functionality, we would have to know the following:

1. The concurrent request id of the program that is tied to an xml publisher defined layout
2. The path and name of the output file that is generated by the output post processor for the concurrent request
3. An email utility that can mail the generated output as an attachment

On-Demand mashup - Kapow OnDemand

Kapow Technologiy recently announced industry's first on-demand mashup server "Kapow OnDemand". According to the company source, this solution "will help turn the Web into a personal information service for users".This solution also comes with excel connector so that user can find and execute Web services that deliver data directly to their spreadsheet. This solution also capable of delivering

The mystery of ORA-02069

Recently, I stumbled upon the ORA-02069 error while trying to insert a row into a remote table referenced via a db link. True to the nature of the DML, the error indicates that the global_names parameter should be set to TRUE to complete the remote DML. The curious thing about this error is that it appears only when I try to do the insert via a concurrent program in Oracle eBusiness Suite. If the remote DML is performed thru a tool like TOAD, it works fine!

OASIS Symposium 2008 - mashup everywhere

The conference went very well with so many great sessions. Nortel presented their idea moving up in value chain by providing communication building blocks so that different solution provider can "mashup" those components to build the solutions.My presentation and SAP's presentation on mashup in middleware very well accepted. People raised skepticisms about IT politics in enterprise which may not

OASIS Symposium 2008 - composability within SOA

This will be great event for learning how SOA supports composability.For the event home page : " This exciting two-day event will explore the advantages of applying Service-Oriented Architecture techniques for assembling and tuning applications developed on different platforms and managed by different owners. You'll learn how others are addressing challenges, share your own viewpoints, compare

OnDemand Integration – Integration-as-Service

SaaS based applications continue to grow at a staggering rate. According to software market analysts, SaaS represented approximately 5% of business software revenue in 2005 and, by 2011, 25% of new business software will be delivered as SaaS and will grow at a 21% % annual growth rate (CAGR) during the next four years.As the acceptance and popularity of SaaS applications has continued to rise

Invoking EJB's from Oracle ESB using WSIF

A common requirement with the Oracle ESB is to use it to invoke one or more EJBs; one way to do this is to create a standard SOAP service from an existing EJB using the wizards in JDeveloper.

Whilst this is straight forward, it has the disadvantage that you introduce the overhead of using SOAP/HTTP as well as losing the ability to invoke the EJB as part of a wider transaction.

SOA Down Under

Well it's been a while since I posted my last blog, and since then a lot has happened!!

On a personal note, I have moved half way round the world, re-locating from the UK to Melbourne, Australia. As you can imagine the process of tearing down your life on one side of the world and then rebuilding it on the other side is quite a time consuming but strangely cathartic activity (as well as leaving little time for blogging).

10th Berkeley Business Plan Competition - we are semi-finalist

We moved to semifinal round with our business plan to build an new enterprise mashup platform. We are one of the lucky 25 teams [ out of 70-100 teams ]. 25 teams are : Culinary Talent Management (CTM)Noca, Inc.FanatixActionPactSteel & CanvasVyoo, Inc.KebimaImplicit InterfacesStakkitCarsalaMyCatalogSpaceLReadyreporterist, inc.DatasporaTixonomyWorld Hearing Organization Inc.IQ

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