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After struggling a bit with various infrastructures that kept falling down (Oracle Wiki, Google Groups) I hope to have found a more stable environment to publish the resources that complement the SOA Suite 11g Handbook (Oracle Press, 2010).SOA Suite 11g Handbook – Chapter Complements
Part One: Introducing SOA, St Matthews and the Oracle SOA Suite
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Part Two: Developing SOA composite applications
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Part Three: Administration, Security, and Governance
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I am currently reworking Chapter 12 for the SOA Suite 11g Handbook. This chapter describes various types of interaction SOA Composite Applications can have with Java applications and components. Since the initial creation of this chapter – some 6 months ago – we have had the Patch Set 2 release of the SOA Suite. This patch set introduced some additional functionality in this particular area of the SOA Suite, including the EJB Binding directly based on a Java Interface rather than on an SDO service created for the EJB. While that last option did the job, it requires manipulation of the EJB that is to be invoked – to SDO enable it – and that was undesirable and sometimes even impossible.
This article describes about the simplest way to get going with the EJB Binding – Java based – in Patch Set 2 (220.127.116.11.0). Building on this example, you will probably find yourself able to do useful things with it.
The steps we will go through are:
1. Create the EJB that is to be invoked from the Composite application through EJB Binding. Make sure the remote interface is created as well. 2. Deploy this EJB (in this simple example to the same WebLogic Managed Server that is running the SOA More >
SaaS applications serve users in many organizations from a single application instance running in a cloud. Common SaaS requirements include: customization including hiding and adding fields, managing boilerplate text & influencing the look & feel and a Service API for retrieving and manipulating data as well as allowing registration of listeners – applications outside the cloud that are notified by the SaaS application of events. Deep link navigation into the SaaS application allows visual integration with local applications.
Connexys provides a SaaS application (150+ customers) to support human resource and recruitment processes. The Connexys NextGen application is developed on Fusion Middleware using ADF. The application has an impressive number of specific SaaS enhancements (some inspired by Salesforce.com) that make it a compelling & competitive SaaS offering.
Below you will find the slides from the OBUG 2010 presentation that Arne van der Ing and I submitted and prepared for yesterday’s conference.
Come to our Forms2Future event (or “Oracle Classic and what next” event) on April 13th to here more about Connexys and other stories about moving to the future from current Oracle More >
Vorige week was in San Francisco het hoogtepunt van het Oracle jaar: Oracle Open World 2009, de grootste IT conferentie ter wereld. Tijdens deze conferentie ontvouwde Oracle haar strategie en visie voor de komende periode, lieten product managers de nabije toekomst zien van bestaande en nieuwe producten, deelden honderden specialisten hun ervaringen en toonden leveranciers en Oracle engineers op de demo-grounds de nieuwste snufjes. Ca. 40.000 bezoekers waren aanwezig in het hart van San Francisco om zich vijf dagen lang te laten overvoeren met Oracle weetjes.
Als je er bij was vind je het misschien leuk nog eens herinneringen op te halen en ervaringen te bespreken. Als je er niet bij was ben je misschien geinteresseerd in de belangrijkste aankondigingen, de mooiste demo’s en wetenswaardigste feiten. Dat kan, aanstaande dinsdag op de AMISÂ Query – Verslag van Oracle Open World 2009. In deze (gratis) sessie doet de AMIS-delegatie naar OOW (Marco Gralike, Peter Ebell en Lucas Jellema) verslag van de conferentie. Je bent van harte welkom om daarbij aanwezig te zijn. Vanaf 17.30 serveren wij een diner, om 18.30 start de sessie die duurt tot pakweg 21.00 uur. Om je aan te melden, ga More >
SOA & SOA Suite for Oracle Database Professionals – seminars in Perth and Melbourne and Singapore (November 2009)
Next month, I will visit Australia and Singapore to present on SOA and the Oracle SOA Suite – to Oracle database developers. In this one-day-long seminar, I introduce the key concepts and objectives of SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) as well as the Oracle SOA Suite 11g to an audience of database professionals. Whether you are a DBA or a Database Developer, SOA is unavoidable in the coming period. But what (exactly) is it? And how does it impact – positively or negatively – the work and lives of database professionals? What can a database professional do to work well with SOA and the SOA technology once that starts being implemented in her or his organization?
What is at the heart of Oracle SOA Suite 11g: composite applications, BPEL PM, and the mediator. The session shows how SOA services can be leveraged from the database, from triggers, PL/SQL units, or even SQL and how the database can publish events to the event delivery network. It covers how the SOA infrastructure can access the database, primarily using Oracle Database and Oracle Advanced Queueing adapter and how database developers can help in doing so efficiently. It ends with hints for applying SOA concepts to More >