Category Archives: DevTools

SOA/BPEL publishing to a remote JMS queue using JMSAdapter

AFAIK, there are multiple way for a SOA/BPEL process to publish to a remote JMS Queue. The following link can be applied depending on your technical needs (performance, relability, scalability,…): SAF agent service (Store and Forward) : http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23943_01/web.1111/e13742/overview.htm#i1078773 Message bridge … Continue reading

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Having access to your home machine(s) with Guacamole (html5 graphical session) and ShellInABox (terminal session)

Have you ever ask, when you are at your customer’s site how you can access to your home machine(s) from your customer’s LAN ? I have tested many solutions: – Oracle Secure Global Desktop : http://www.oracle.com/us/technologies/virtualization/061996.html (with proxy traversal activated) … Continue reading

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Hermes JMS and t3s connection

Hermes JMS is a great tools delivered/packaged with SOAPUI and allow us to interact with JMS provider.  When setting up the connection to a non-secure JMS server using t3 protocol, there are no major issue. However, once you need to … Continue reading

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Oracle SOA/BPEL top-down or contract-first approach: not as simple to implement as expected …

The Oracle documentation state that both approach top-down and bottom-up can be used to design SOA composite application. http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E12839_01/integration.1111/e10224/fod_intro2.htm The top-down or contract-first approach forces the designer to focus on messages and contracts (create the data contract in XSD and the … Continue reading

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SOA BPEL project : HelloWorld

Here is my contribution to the classical “Hello World” program in BPEL 2.0 It shows the details steps from development to deployment. ScreenShots URL Description Add details here Add details here Add details here Add details here Add details here … Continue reading

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JDevelopper connection configuration

Here are some screenshots on how to configure JDevelopper’s connection to differents resources: Screenshot Description URL Add details here Add details here Add details here Add details here Add details here Add details here Add details here Add details here … Continue reading

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Installing JDevelopper 11.1.1.7.0

To install JDevelopper, launch the command: java -jar <jdevxxx>.jar Here a the screenshot of wizzard: ScreenShot Description URL   Add detail here Add detail here Add detail here Add detail here Add detail here Add detail here Add detail here … Continue reading

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