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.
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.
In SOA Suite 11g there is a widely used option to share artifacts (WSDL, XML, XSD, DVM, Rules, Scripts, Fault Policies, among others …) through MDS – Meta Data Store facilitating the reuse of these artifacts within the SOA projects
I will help you in this post to create and configure the MDS in JDeveloper. My setup and use of MDS in 3 parts as below. Later you can click on the links 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:
In this post we will install the SOA Suite version 184.108.40.206.0
SOA Suite is the real JEE application that contains the SOA engines
will be deployed on WebLogic.
The installation is being done on Ubuntu Linux 64bit version: 14.04, the minimum hardware and software for Oracle 11g SOA Suite installation can be found here: http://docs.oracle.com/html/E18558_01/fusion_requirements.htm
In this post we will install Oracle WebLogic Server version 10.3.6.
The WebLogic Server installation provides the JEE environment (as well as the JMS provider) required to run the SOA Suite (a JEE application).
The installation is being done on Ubuntu Linux 64bit 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
Continuing our installation process of Oracle SOASuite 11g in this post we will install JDK package
How will we use the generic version of the installer of WebLogic Server 10.3.6, the separate installation of JDK is required. The generic version is independent of operating system, so it does not contain the JDK.
To test scenarios is essential to establish a local environment in order to deepen our learning and knowledge, thinking about it in this post I will show step by step how is the Oracle Soa Suite 11g installation.
The SOA Suite requires a database for persistence. The Express Edition 11g was chosen for development environment in question.
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