Oracle® Fusion Middleware Developer’s Guide for Oracle SOA Suite
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number E10224-01

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E12839_01/integration.1111/e10224/toc.htm

 

Contents

Title and Copyright Information

Click to collapse Preface

Part I Introduction to Oracle SOA Suite

Click to collapse 1 Introduction to SOA Composite Applications

Click to collapse 2 Overview of SOA Component Editors

Click to collapse 3 Introduction to the SOA Sample Application

Click to collapse 4 Introduction to the Functionality of the SOA Composite Editor

Part II Using the BPEL Process Service Component

Click to collapse 5 Getting Started with Oracle BPEL Process Manager

Click to collapse 6 Introduction to Interaction Patterns in a BPEL Process

Click to collapse 7 Manipulating XML Data in a BPEL Process

Click to collapse 8 Invoking a Synchronous Web Service from a BPEL Process

Click to collapse 9 Invoking an Asynchronous Web Service from a BPEL Process

Click to collapse 10 Using Parallel Flow in a BPEL Process

Click to collapse 11 Using Conditional Branching in a BPEL Process

Click to collapse 12 Using Fault Handling in a BPEL Process

Click to collapse 13 Incorporating Java and Java EE Code in a BPEL Process

Click to collapse 14 Using Events and Timeouts in BPEL Processes

Click to collapse 15 Coordinating Master and Detail Processes

Click to collapse 16 Using the Notification Service

Click to collapse 17 Using Oracle BPEL Process Manager Sensors

Part III Using the Oracle Mediator Service Component

Click to collapse 18 Getting Started with Oracle Mediator

Click to collapse 19 Creating Mediator Routing Rules

Click to collapse 20 Using Mediator Error Handling

Click to collapse 21 Working with Multiple Part Messages in Mediator

Click to collapse 22 Understanding Message Exchange Patterns of a Mediator

Part IV Using the Business Rules Service Component

Click to collapse 23 Using the Business Rule Service Component

Part V Using the Human Workflow Service Component

Click to collapse 24 Getting Started with Human Workflow

Click to collapse 25 Designing Human Tasks

Click to collapse 26 Designing Task Display Forms for Human Tasks

Click to collapse 27 Using Oracle BPM Worklist

Click to collapse 28 Building a Custom Worklist Client

Click to collapse 29 Introduction to Human Workflow Services

Click to collapse 30 Integrating Microsoft Excel with a Human Task

Part VI Using Oracle Business Activity Monitoring

Click to collapse 31 Creating Oracle BAM Data Objects

Click to collapse 32 Integrating Oracle BAM with SOA Composite Applications

Click to collapse 33 Creating Oracle BAM Enterprise Message Sources

Click to collapse 34 Using Oracle Data Integrator With Oracle BAM

Click to collapse 35 Creating External Data Sources

Click to collapse 36 Using Oracle BAM Web Services

Click to collapse 37 Creating Oracle BAM Alerts

Click to collapse 38 Using ICommand

Part VII Using Oracle User Messaging Service

Click to collapse 39 Oracle User Messaging Service

Click to collapse 40 Sending and Receiving Messages using the User Messaging Service Java API

Click to collapse 41 Parlay X Web Services Multimedia Messaging API

Click to collapse 42 User Messaging Preferences

Part VIII Sharing Functionality Across Oracle SOA Suite Components

Click to collapse 43 Deploying SOA Composite Applications

Click to collapse 44 Using Business Events and the Event Delivery Network

Click to collapse 45 Creating Transformations with the XSLT Mapper

Click to collapse 46 Working with Domain Value Maps

Click to collapse 47 Working with Cross References

Click to collapse 48 Using Two-Layer Business Process Management (BPM)

Click to collapse 49 Testing SOA Composite Applications

Click to collapse 50 Managing Policies

Click to collapse 51 Defining Composite Sensors

Click to collapse 52 Using Service Data Objects and Enterprise JavaBeans

Click to collapse 53 Processing Large Documents

Part IX Appendices

Click to collapse A BPEL Process Activities and Services

Click to collapse B XPath Extension Functions

Click to collapse C Deployment Descriptor Properties

Click to collapse D Understanding Sensor Public Views and the Sensor Actions XSD

Click to collapse E Oracle BAM Web Services Operations

Click to collapse F Oracle BAM Alert Rule Options

Click to collapse G Oracle BAM ICommand Operations and File Formats

Click to collapse H Normalized Message Properties

Click to collapse I Oracle User Messaging Service Applications

Index

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About Chenda Mok

19 years of hands on experience in software design and development with emphasis on Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Identity Management (IDM) solutions. I’m a software engineer, member of the professional service delivery team working for Salesforce. Prior to this, I worked for Oracle as Solution Architect, through SeeBeyond(06/2005), then SUN’s acquisition (04/2009). After my master’s degree in computer science in 1997; I always delivered consulting on architecture, design, implementation on integration’s field. I’m interested in architecture using EAI/SOA/IDM/BPM/Cloud technologies, software development and Java’s related technologies. I may blog about my work/activities at Salesforce, but I do not speak for my employer, past, present or future.
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