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Socket Adapter

This example introduces usage of Socket Adapter in SOA Suite with the help of an example.

Introduction

Implementation coming soon….

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OSB XML Schema Validations – Video

This example extends simple webservice we created earlier – http://training.middlewareschool.com/oracle/osb-consume-webservice/.

It utilizes in-built “Validate” action in OSB to make sure XML request contains a float value as specified in WSDL schema.

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OSB Validations – XML Schema

In earlier example, we looked at how to consume a simple Webservice through Proxy and Business Services. This example explains how to introduce validations into OSB proxy services. It relies on XML element restrictions placed in WSDL schema. Though XML schema can’t be used to define complex validations, nonetheless it provides a very simple mechanism to build simple restrictions.

As shown below, we will introduce simple data-type validation at Proxy Service, before request is routed to Business Service. If a valid “float” value is provided for Celcius temperature, request will be forwarded to Temperature Conversion webservice. Otherwise, OSB will throw an Invalid value exception.

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OSB Consume Webservice

Following video tutorials demonstrate how to consume an existing Webservice with the help of OSB’s business and proxy services.

Introduction

Implementation

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Hello Domain Value Map!!!

Domain value maps are a way of storing lookup values in SOA server such that these lookup values can be easily edited at run time using SOA console, shared across composites and stored in MDS. Creation of MDS is done using Oracle JDeveloper and once it is deployed onto the SOA server, its values can be easily modified and managed using SOA console.

In this example, we have a simple BPEL project which takes an input country name and returns the relevant country code back to the user by using a DVM to look up the country code.

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