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With the release of Soa Suite Patch Set 5 we can now try out the new UMS adapter. UMS stands for User Messaging Service but in this case it only supports email. The UMS adapter allows you to listen for new mail or send a mail from a service component. Combined with BPEL it’s now relative easy to process email bodies or attachments. Remember that in PS5 the UMS adapter is still a preview version so you can’t claim support and you can only use the Oracle forums for your ums questions.
It’s important to know that the UMS adapter does not work like a JMS topic or like EDN. So you can’t have two UMS adapters which are polling on the same mailbox.
In this blogpost I will show you how to setup and configure UMS, Listen plus send a mail and handle attachments.
We start with configuring our SOA Suite domain.
1st step is to copy two UMS libraries to your SOA Suite domain folder. Copy sdpmessagingclient.jar and sdpmessagingcommon.jar to the lib folder of the SOA Suite WebLogic Domain. You can find these jars at MiddlewareHome\Oracle_SOA1\communications\modules\oracle.sdp.client_11.1.1
2nd Install the UMS resource adapter. Open the WebLogic Console and deploy the UMSAdapter.rar, you can More >
Last week I a had a rather interesting question: Is it possible to highlight related data that is in different af:table components ? Sure you can, so I decided to write a simple example application, and share the knowledge in this post (more…)
In a previous post I’ve explained the Schematron standard, how it works and how to use it. In the Oracle SOA Suite you can ‘Validate Semantic’ on the input (request) of a routing rule in a Mediator component by selecting a Schematron file. This is the Schemtron xml file in which you define your validation rules. The SOA Suite takes care of applying them on the request by executing the double transformation. However, to be able to get the Schematron file working you need to declare the namespaces of the input message and rewrite a report rule to an assert rule. In this post I will show you how to do this with the same business rules (so the same Schematron rules and Schematron file) as the last example in a previous blog explaining Schematron. (more…)
In my previous post I’ve shown how to create a composite in the Oracle SOA Suite with a simple decision table in a Business Rule Engine component. For that post I had used quite a simple data model resulting in a small xml/xsd tree. For our project I wanted to repeat the exercise with the real data model, so a larger xml tree defined by multiple imported xsd files. Unfortunately it wasn’t as easy as I hoped for. In this second blog post about the Business Rule Engine I’ll show you about the difficulties I had and how I’ve solved them. (more…)
For educational purposes I’ve created a cookbook in powerpoint format on how to create a simple decision table in Oracle SOA Suite with a Business Rule engine. To share this I’ve uploaded it to slideshare and post it here in the Amis blog as well. (more…)
At December the 1st, 2011, Oracle announced it’s new major release, the 12c release. As Oracle added the i (internet) at its 8 release, the g(gridcomputing) at its 10 release, now the focus will be on the c(cloudcomputing).
Many new features come out of the fact that Oracle has made its key application server ready for the cloud, that is, ready for to run on enigineered systems, in fact its own Exalogic machine, Oracle’s solution for implementing the cloud.
So let’s take a look what this new release brings us, in this blogpost. There are several new features available in the 12cNew or enhanced WebLogic 12c features
- JAVA EE 6 support all kinds of JEE6 specifications are implemented like :
- JSF 2.0,Java Servlets 3.0Â JPA 2.0 andÂ EJB 3.1.
- Managed Beans 1.0
- WebLogic 12c also supports supports Java SE 7 (and Java SE 6).
- Java language optimizations and Internationalization
- Client and server support
- SSL/TLS 1.2 in JSSE to support JAVA Socket Transport security
- Converged Java VM:JRockit and HotSpot are Â incorporated with the best features from both.The JVM convergence will be a multi-year process, which was confirmed during my presence at Oracle’s Publisher Seminar 2011 during