Gregg Wonderly made a good comment on the Yahoo SOA list the other dayI think one of the still, largely unrecognized issues is that developers really should be designing services as RPC interfaces, always. Then, different service interface schemes, such as SOAP, HTTP (Rest et.al.), Jini, etc., can be more easily become a "deployment" technology introduction instead of a "foundation" technology
In Oracle FMW B2B 11g the Java callout functionality makes it possible to add Java hooks to an inbound or oubound message flow. Callouts van be written and configured per agreement or per delivery channel (transport callouts). More info about managing callouts can be found here
Last week i installed linux on a new laptop. Everything went fine but after the first hibernate cylce downloads just stopped. Restarting the wireless cured the problem for some minutes and then the connectivity went down again... I started to ping the router and i only saw roundtrip time larger than 50ms, where i expected <1ms. Each time the connection went down, ping failed with
In one of my blog’s I had referred to multiple ways of using java in BPEL and how to use internal BPEL API’s. Here goes the next one. Recently I had chance to work with the support team who was managing one of the projects I had worked on. So one of the main issues they had was on tracking the instances to the batch of records it had transferred.
The Object to XML mapping functionality (OXM) has been moved from Spring Web Services project to the core Spring Framework with version 3.0 of Spring. Object/XML Mapping, or O/X mapping for short, is the act of converting an XML document to and from an object. This conversion process is also known as XML Marshalling, XML [...]
To some of us it came as a surprise that SOA Suite design time stuff was no longer an integral part of the Oracle IDE. To use BPEL, Mediator, Human Task, and Adapters the soa-jdev-extension is required.
The SOA extension can be acquired using the menu Help | Check for updates, clicking Next, and selecting Oracle [...]