Short overview of some last week failing builds at our site ;)
Since a while ago it's possible to register proxy repositories in Nexus based on the Oracle Maven Repository.
To be able to proxy this repository you need to make use of an oracle account for the autenthication before you can download the artifact.
Let's check the logging to understand what it does (i can rephrase the logfile or just copy/paste it ;), when others google for it it will find the hit much easier)
On designtime we use the oramds to develop our processflows in our bpel processes.
Basically the composite.xml part for a bpel process would look like this :
When you open the bpel in jdeveloper, jdeveloper will automatically add the next import to your .bpel file :
The value from the ui:wsdlLocation-attribute is copied to the import/@location.
We had some issues with deploying a composite which retrieves his wsdl for the partnerlinks from Nexus.
The supplier of the services adds the archive with the wsdl artifacts in Nexus, we download the dependency and after that we compile/validate the composite against the downloaded set of artifacts.
For one particular partnerlink the composite just wouldn't compile.
Error message :
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Inspired by the article of Edwin about JMS Request Reply Interaction Pattern in Soa Suite 11g, i will show a little example of what functionality Oracle Service Bus supplies to implement the jms request/response (reply) pattern.
The solution is quiet simple.
Create the wls resources
Create JMS Server, MyJMSServer
Create JMS Modules, MyJMSResources
Create a Connection Factory, MyConnectionFactory
Create 2 queues, MyQueueIn (request message), MyQueueOut (response message)
Last i finished the last day of the 3day Oracle Fusion 11g workshop.
And i must say...i'm pretty impressed by the new stack Oracle presented.
For development during the workshop i used my own vmware of fusion 11g on Centos.
And it's a real killer when all components of the suite are up and running, my laptop had a tuff time.
During the workshop we used the famous 'Order processing' tutorial to get in touch with the components of the fusion 11g.
A short overview of what we have been...
The new Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g just got released a few days back, so time to play with it!
Oracle did a great job on the installation guide and quickstart again, so installation wasn't a real hard job.
A short overview of the steps we need to follow
Install Oracle Database (i used OracleXE)
Create Schemas for Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BAM by using Repository Creation Utility (RCU)
Install Oracle WebLogic Server and Create the Middleware Home
Installing Oracle SOA...