I rarely need to save state within the Servlet Context via an application scope, but recently I did and here is what your controller class would look like to get access to the ServletConext with Spring. I was using Spring Boot 1.3.2.RELEASE.
In short you implement the "org.springframework.web.context.ServletContextAware" interface as shown below. In this example we retrieve an application scope attribute.
Other people have written and explained the usage of Domain Value Maps (DVMs) in Oracle Service Bus already: They can be generated easily within JDeveloper and shared with SCA components of SOA Suite. Previously SOA Composer could be used to modify them. Here is quick tip: You can now change (or even create!) them within service bus console easily at […]
Environment I am using the latest download of JDeveloper 12.2.1 with the builtin test domain for SOA Suite 12.2.1 and OSB 12.2.1, all running on Java 1.8.0_65_b17 on a RedHat derivative. Business Service I created a message based business service based on a simple XML element definition for an Order via an XSD. Testing the […]
This is my first post, and I hope to have many more to come. My name is Brian Sauer, and I am fairly new here at Rittman Mead and proud to be here. I have close to 5 years of experience with Oracle Data Integrator, both 10g and 11c. I have been involved in ETL activities for close to 8 years. Prior to using Oracle Data Integrator, most of my activities in ETL utilized Perl. Ever since being exposed to Oracle and ODI, I have found a home that has been both comforting and challenging.
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.