Oracle SOA Suite Developer's Guide
Finally i had some spare time to read this nice book!
It's real bookshelf filler with 621 pages.
The book already got released before fusion 11g went live, but it was still nice to get some more information about the 'old' soa-suite stack.
Over at IT-eye we did quiet some soa implementations with the Oracle stack, so i already had good background on the information discussed in the book.
What i particularly was interested in was the best practices of...
The weird thing was for certain responses i couldn't find the payload back when i queried the aq table in the database.
from my_aq_table qt
The process just completed succesfull in osb, but the payload wasn't there (well it looked like it wasn't there).
When publishing big payloads to an Oracle AQ endpoint, Oracle (db) will decide weither the payload will get stored either as...
This week i was trying to make my proxyservice working in osb which was based on a jms transport, nothing fancy.
Just a normal request/response messageflow and the response needed to be published on a different queue.
After testing the flow from the console all worked fine, request pipeline completed, response pipeline completed, but no messages in the response queue.
Looking at the definition of the proxyservice, we will notice the correlation pattern will make use of the...
Weblogic Server supports a nice feature called side-by-side deployment (or versioned deployment). This function is extremely usefull when you need to deploy a new version of an application and still keep the old one up and running. So the running instances will still use the current version and all new instances will be able to invoke the new deployed version of the application.
As soon as all the sessions who're using the old version of the application are expired, Weblogic will recognize it...