When using SOAP Web Services, WSDL documents play a very important role. Therefore, while using SOA services it is important to have knowledge about how to handle WSDL documents. While working with Oracle ICS (Integration Cloud Service) having a good handle on WSDL basics and troubleshooting will be very helpful.
A lot of people felt it was never right that you could not go back from production mode to development mode in WebLogic admin console. You alway could change it using WLST or overwriting it with a startup parameter or modifying config.xml. With WebLogic 12.2.1 this has changed. You can change it using the admin […]
When creating a Service Bus pipeline in JDeveloper 12.2.1 for Oracle Service Bus 12.2.1, based on a typed, one-way business service (either one way WSDL based, or Messaging Service with XML request and XSD type with reply NONE business service) the pipeline won’t correctly use the request message type. It’s annoying because you cannot easily create expressions based […]
I’m very interested in Oracle JET. So I followed the tutorial OOW 2015 HOL . In this tutorial you’re going to build a Select component and a Data Visualization Chart component. In this tutorial the data for the chart component is based on static data. I want that the chart is based on data in a database.
The first thing I needed to do is determine is what I want to show in the chart. There is an extra challenge to show the data. The series(columns) for the data must exist as an array in an array as you can see in the next image
With the current release of SOA Cloud Service (SOACS) a common requirement often requested is to connect to an on-premise database from the cloud SOACS instance. SSH tunnels can be used to establish cloud to on-premise communications, allowing SOA Cloud Service to access resources from on-premise applications.
When customers see the rich functionality available in Oracle Documents Cloud they often ask if they can use this functionality within their Oracle Fusion SaaS Applications to store, and share, documents. At first the integration appears to be quite straightforward, e.g. use the Documents Cloud Web API, embed an iFrame that points to the relevant opportunity id folder in Oracle Documents Cloud and all should be good.
With the current release of SOA Cloud Service (SOACS) a common requirement often requested is to connect to an on-premise database from the cloud SOACS instance. This article outlines a quick and simple method to establish the connectivity between the single-node SOACS instance and the on-premise database server using an SSH tunnel.
The overall solution is described in the diagram shown below.