Explination of Oracle SOA ESB (mediator -11g)Note1:
ESB 10g fault policies will not work
Mediator 11g fault policies will work.
Fault policies – man fault 3
- Remote fault
- Binding fault
- Mediator fault
Fault policies start from – 10.1.3.3 to 184.108.40.206
Ends from – 10.1.3.5 to 220.127.116.11
10g and AIA fault policies.xml and fault Bindngs.xml are automatically installed. No need to copy and paste into the project.
10g fault policies (path)
SOA Home/bpel/domains/default/config/fault bindings.xml (or) fault policies.xml
- Light weight component
- We can define routing rules(RS)
- We can’t handle fault policies frame work.
- We have 2 “login ESB console”.
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- Create routing service
- SOAP Service
- Custom adapters
Create Project 1: Name/DB provider BPEL process -> synchrous Create table: cust id, cust name, cust Address, cust Account id XSD: CID – int CName – Strng CAddress – string CAccount ID – int Assign1: Input -> invoke input Create Project 2: ESB project Name/customers Account ESB (?It shows plane page) Right click SOAP Service WSDL (DB provides BPEL Process) Right click create routing service Name /customer account Generate WSDL from schema (DB provides BPEL process.XSD)
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Create project 3
Name/file request BPEL process
XSD: Cid, Cname, Caddress, Caccount id
Input invoke input
DVM and XREF are part of ESB:
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After deploying ESB projects
ESB console (http://local host:7777/ESB)
Projects shows with the name of “Routing Service(RS)”
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