Tag: BPEL

Opening ceremony by Wim Coekaerts & Janny Ekelson. Nothing much to say about this… First keynote session was brought by Chris Leone about Oracle Fusion applications. Applications is not my thing, but it was nice to see how everything in Fusion apps is integrated like BI and collaboration. My first session was “The best way” […]

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 […]

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 […]