Category: SOA

You could debug bpel processes using different kinds of approaches, such as looking into audit trails, sniffing the soap envelopes with the request- and response message, using junit, using the bpel console, … In this post I’ll mention the 2 approaches I use the most, namely the bpel console itself and Junit. Visual Debugging Using […]

So we have 2 flavors of a service bus, namely the ALSB en OESB which is now repackaged and relincensed into OSB = Oracle Service Bus. If we have a look at both products we could briefly summarise the big differences in focus of both products. Which actually means, looking back into the past, when […]

The latest release of SOA Suite and BPA Suite 10.1.3.4 has been released for a while now, so you’re probably wondering, what’s in it for us … Well let’s have a look at the new features in Oracle Bpel Process Manager 10.1.3.4: Ability to represent real load, to represent the engine behaviour and to know […]

Today I started building my first Flex application using Data Management Services … why Data Management Services I hear you thinking. Don’t get me started on that topic ;o) The Flex Data Management Service (FDMS) provides a mechanism to maintain data distributed over the client and server tiers. The Service supports features such as: Data […]