Oh the chanting is out, Big Data, Fast Data, the three 'V's and of course the ubiquitous elephant are roaming across the IT landscape as the next great hype monster. Its going the same way as pretty much every IT hype exercise. Yes this links to the hype cycle but the way it happens is sadly predictable in IT.
Company has a business problem they think about it in an innovative way
Simple scenario of leveraging the fault policy framework for business errors - probably not the way to go - but the lab does end with leveraging the framework to rethrow the business error back to the BPEL process.
This simple lab demonstrates the use of the fault handling framework for technical errors.
btw. my first blog post 6 years ago was on this very theme - albeit with BPEL running on OC4J.
Watch Oracle ACE Director Lucas Jellema,
CTO for AMIS Systems, talks about his latest OTN article, and about
SOA, BPM, Oracle ADF, and his participation in the OTN Yathra Tour in
There is a famous phrase
In the kingdom of the blind, the one eyed man is king
IT has always had a problem communicating with the business, and the business communicating with IT. To fix this IT created something called Enterprise Architecture which aimed to provide a framework around the internal IT estate in a manner that helped that conversation. We can argue how successful that was but