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Deference’s b/w 10g and 11g In Oracle SOA

Deference’s b/w 10g and 11g In Oracle SOA 

10g11g
  1. There is no SCA concept(Service component Architecture)
SCA concept exit
  1. No MDS
MDS exit
  1. No dehydration
Dehydration presented
  1. Transformation one – to – one
Transformation one – to –many
  1. Template 3 types
Template 6 types
  1. ESB
Mediator
  1. OC4Jadmin /oracle application server
Weblogic
  1. Adapters configurations

DB-> connection pool,DS,CF

Adaptor configurationDB-> Data sources ,CF
  1. Adapters operation (File , JMS , FTP)
Adapter operations(File , JMS. FTP)
  1. Different consoles to deploy
One console
  1. No SOA governance
SOA governance exist

 

Dehydration: (only 11g):

Dehydration store is the database where BPEL engine stores all BPEL process meta data and run time instance oracle BPEL process manager used the dehydration store data base to maintain long_running asynchronous process

 

Asynchronous:   

Dehydration store will be useful for synchronous process to store the payload into dehydration when the break points occurs   On message

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Breakpoints:

  1. pick activity On alarm
  1. Receive activity (2nd) DB creation
  2. Wait activity name = dehydrate_DTS
  3. Dehydrate user name = dev_soairifra
  4. Human task password = welcome1

Select * from dv_message

 

Synchronous

In synchronous as one way process data will be stored only one time

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