In this article I will show how we can record an XML content using DbAdapter BPEL.
Below is a table Describe Command to display the details and field where I will perform the Insert XML
Another post published on OTN: Working with File Adapter in the BPEL
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In the previous post I showed how we can create the process until the call HumanTask within the BPEL, here I explain step by step how you should deploy and how do we test our process.
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Learn this Post to create a HumanTask in BPEL. Here we will create a process that uses a DbAdapter to a select in the database and the data returned will fill the fields that define the Worklist screen..
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Today the BPEL there is no specific function for us to work directly with Regex (Regular Expression) in BPEL, so I will demonstrate this Post one of the ways we can do to apply a Regex to a process.
In this example we will basically pass a value to our BPEL and will validate these values through the Regex.
In an earlier example I wrote an article on how do we use the ForEach BPEL, but this example will be showing a more practical or more usual form that is used in everyday life, where we do the invocation of a service that will return a list of Employees Oracle XE and will later work in the iteration of the list.
Another post published on OTN and this is related to Creating a Domain Value Maps (DVM) in BPEL
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In a previous post I showed how to perform a Select in the database using the DbAdapter component of BPEL, now hold a very similar process but performing an Insert In this example we will receive three parameters of our service for inserting the necessary information to register a new department in our table departments.
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Oracle Service Bus or simply OSB, a very common error regarding OSB is to say that it “implements” SOA or the fact of using a OSB in its architecture already turns into a Service-Oriented Architecture. In fact, the OSB is responsible for much of the features that SOA fold, but not all.
After completing Part 1: Creating and Configuring MDS we will now learn how to use the MDS in our existing projects so we can then share our WSDL, XSD, etc. See the links below to see the other parts:
Something very used in programming languages is without doubt a FOR to iterate through a list of elements any, in this Post I intend to help you use the For Each component of the BPEL performing a simple loop, iterating and concatenating names that put as a parameter to our Loop .
For our tests, we will create a project called ForEachBpel
Today was a very special day for me because I got the great news that my first article was published by Oracle Technology Network – OTN
The title of the Article is “Trabalhando com Attachment no Oracle Service Bus 11g” (in Portuguese) and can be seen at the link below:
“A Business Rule is a rule that defines or constrains some aspect of the business. His statement is determined as true or false. Business Rules seek to determine the business structure or to control or influence business behavior. “
Here we create a simple Business Rule that will define as our input parameter if it is a person PHYSICAL(FISICA) type or type LEGAL(JURIDICA)
In this post we install Soa Developer Domain for SOA Suite 11g
The installation is being done on Ubuntu Linux 64-bit version: 4.14, the minimum hardware and software for Oracle 11g SOASuite installation can be found here: http://docs.oracle.com/html/E18558_01/fusion_requirements.htm
Oracle Database Adapter enables Oracle SOA Suite to communicate with the database, including Oracle database servers, and any relational databases that follow the ANSI SQL standard and provide JDBC drivers, performing SELECT operations, UPDATE and INSERT using an adapter configuration wizard, where the inputs / outputs are XML, easily seen as input parameters and and results converted into XML.
In this article on the Database Adapter (DbAdapter) BPEL we select some data from a database table and show in the screen Enterprise Manager (EM)