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
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.
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)
When we installed the SOA Suite 11g Package in our machine by default you have set up a database to access the database, but if you need to add a different basis, for another database, how should we proceed? Below I explain in detail how to do it 🙂 Continue reading
A BPEL process can receive an attachment (Attachment) MIME along with a Payload. The attachment can be in any format (for example, DOC, PDF, JPEG, XML, text, and so forth).
Let this first time send a JPEG file type to BPEL and burn it to a database by using the tool ora:getAttachmentContent BPEL