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How to work with FTP(File transfer protocol) in Oracle SOA

How to work with FTP(File transfer protocol) in Oracle SOA

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Tool:

WINSCP (or) FILEZILLA à using for create username and password

  1. Request to the admin

Admin 2 a. Create folder

  1. Permission to folder(read and write)
  2. access user name and password
  3. IP address
  4. Console 2FTP adapter(configuration)

Host name :

Port:

User name:

Password:

  1. J developer 2 FTP adapter
  2. get 2 read
  3. put 2write
  4. synchronous get2 syn read
  5. List files 2 list files

 

FTP Adapter configuration:

  1. Install filezilla (or) WINSCP

Open – filezilla    2

4th option   2 general

 

Click add    2users(username)  ex: filezilla243

Password : welcome1 (note: 3 characters)

Click   2shared folders(left side)  2 Add  2

Folder path(ex: D:// FTP _ Remote)  2

  • Read
  • Write
  • Delete
  • Append
  • Create
  • Delete
  • List
  • Sub dirs   2ok

 

  1. :7001/console  2

Deployment2 FTP adapter 2 configuration  2

Out band connection pool 2 new  2

Javax. Resource.cd  2

JNDI Name(eis.FTP.Ramesh1) 2finish  2

  • Resource.cd à expand  2

Eis .FTP.Ramesh1  2 click

Use next button multiple times and set the property value of user name, password, port, host name

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Note: In case of no pass word, FTP uses public/private key

  1. Authentication type
  2. Host
  3. Private key file
  4. User name
  5. Use stop

Ex:

  1. User name = filezilla user name (ex: file Zilla 243)
  2. Password = filezilla Password (ex: welcome1)
  3. Port = 21 (default)
  4. Host name = local host /192.168.121.3 (default) 2

Save  2 Deployment  2FTP adapters  2 update  2

Deployment port path : C:/Oracle /middle ware/Oracle SOA1/SOA/connectors/plan.XML

Next  2Next  2 finish

 

 

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A1:

i/p 2 invoke i/p

A2:

o/p 2 “success”

 

FTP – put adapters:

5-8 2 put file

6-8 2 direction path for o/p , file name (put.txt), append

7-8 2 native format

 

Sample txt:

123 sai  teja

143  Ramesh Reddy

 

Project: (FTP _get ) poll

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FTP get adapters:
6-10 2Directory for incoming files(physical path)
9 -10 2 Native format incoming file
Transform 1:
Receive i/p ? invoke i/p variable
Project:

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XSD:

o/p 2directory size 2 string

file name 2 string

Directory 2 string

Modified time 2string

Creation time 2string

File size 2string

 

A1:

i/p 2 invoke i/p

A2:

Invoke o/p 2 o/p

FTP 2 list files Adapters:

6-82 incoming file path

 

Note:

We want to write the o/p in our system then we add invoke between “invoke _ FTP”  and “A2”

MISSING LINE PG:117

Project (FTP _synchronous get)

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MDS (Meta Data service)

  1. File Based MDS
  2. CB based MDS

File Based MDS:

C:/oracle /middle ware/ J developer/ integration /seed/apps

Note: this ”apps” folder creates our self and folder name must give apps doesn’t five other name .

Apps sub folders(XML,XSD,XSLT,WSDL)

 

Example:

  1. XML (fault buildings.XML , fault policies .XML)
  2. XSD (PO.XSD , Internal order.XSD)

Note:

If the server is not working then we are using “file based mds”

File Based MDS creation:

View 2resource palette2 New connection —-> SOA – MDS

Connection name(file based – MDS) , connection type (file based MDS) 2 browse 2(C:/oracle/middleware/ j developer/…./seed)2select ‘seed’ 2 text connection àok

XML,XSD,XSLT,WSDL(central repository 2 reused assets/artefacts)

Note: All projects WSDL keeping in OER folder(11g)

DB Based MDS:

  1. Jar (java archives) XSD’s,XML’s,XSLT’s,WSDL’s
  2. SOA Bundle
  3. Deploy into server
  4. Jar:

Create new project2 Select – generic project

Project name (DB based – MDS)2  finish

 

Note: this name doesn’t shown is server, only files shows in server

Right click on project2new 2 click

Select 2Deployment + profiles

Select 2 JAR file 2ok

Deployment profile name (DB Based – jar ) 2ok

Click on 2 contributors and unmark  project o/p directory 2 project dependencies

Add 2browse2 (c:/oracle/middle ware /…../apps)

Ok

Click on 2filters2 ok 2 ok

Note : select or remove XML,XSD….

 

  1. SOA Bundle:

Select – project(DB based – mds) 2 Click 2 New 2 click2

Select – deployment profiles, SOA bundle 2 ok 2

Deployment profile name/DB Based – bundle –2ok 2

Select – dependences, DB based _ jar 2 ok 2ok

 

  1. Deploy into server:

Select project (DB based _ MDS) 2

Click 2Deploy – DB Based 2

(Deploy to SOA Bundle) 2next 2next 2 Finish

Select project (DB Based _MDS)2 Click 2

Deploy – DB Based – Bundle 2 Deploy to application server 2 next 2next 2

App_ server _ Ramesh1 2 next 2 default2 next 2finish

 

DB Based MDS creation:

View —-> resource palette 2 data base –2right click 2 new DB connection 2 connection name(RCU_ MDS), Username(dev_ MDS), pass word(welcome1)

Test connection 2  ok

View 2 resource palette

Click 2new connection 2  SOA _MDS

Connection name(DB Based _MDS), connection Type(DB Based MDS), connection (RCU_MDS), select MDS Partition(SOA _ Infra )2 test connection 2ok

 

Note:

MDS –2 Only one server

OER (11g) Oracle Enterprise Repository à multiple server (or) MDS(Total company)

BSR(10g) Business service repository à multiple server (or) MDS(Total company)

 

Unit Testing (in project it shows test suites)

2 types of testing

  1. Auto mation testing
  2. Manual testing(our doing)
  • Actual value = Expected value à test case pass
  • Actual value = ! Expected value à test case

 

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  • Assertion is must in real time
  • Input not given to the process we are given “Dummy input”

If the client (or)DB – select is not ready to use but, we want to test the process that time we will use “unit testing”

Project: CC validation

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  • It automatically creates tests, inside test suites

 

Double click on valid _1234 .XML

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Case 1:

Double click on CCvalidation _client

Generate sample à click

Change:

<CC number>1234-1234-1234-1234</CCnumber>

<Amount>20,000</amount>

Ok

Case 1: we are giving dummy input to the process

Case 2: Data not send to the DB _select , but it gives dummy o/p

 

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