Category: ESB

In the ODI CAB Meeting held during Open World we’ve heard a lot of new insights regarding ODI Suite and several cases. To sum up the main differentiators of ODI when talking about a Data Integration Strategy: ODI Suite: Data Delivery Services by usage of ESB, the mediator ODI Suite: Orchestration of composite services through […]

Ever wondered how to define routing services based on soap services or database stored procedures where you could define routing rules on the request-and response-message. Let’s say you want to define the following scenario:– Call an existing stored procedure that takes as input parameter ’employee.id’ and as output parameter the employee-information (firstname, lastname, address, …)– […]

On August 26th and 27th, the Oracle SOA Partner Community forum will be held in Utrecht, The Netherlands. During this event, technical sessions as well as partner success stories are presented throughout the community forum. We were invited to bring our customer case study of Forms modernization using web services and ESB.The story: Empowering Oracle […]

Yesterday I was creating an ESB that we wanted to use in a demo.I was using a DB schema that I exported from a DB that was used in one of our internal applications. The ESB itself was in fact a very simple example with just a file adapter to get the content of a […]

I’ve been checking out the different capabilities and new features of the Adapter-framework in ESB and BPEL for some weeks now and came across some nasty pitfalls, nice-to-knows, … which I would like to share with you. Of course I would like to share thoughts, opinions and start discussions on these topics.ESB: How to define […]