Human Workflow: Working with Collections and Repeating Stages by Fusion Applied

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In this video you will learn how to work with collections and repeating stages in a Human Task. This is an excerpt from one of our self paced courses. Watch the video here.

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Oracle B2B and evolution to API Driven B2B Webcast today 16.00 CET

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Attend our January edition of the SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast live on January 31st 2017 at 16:00 CET.

Oracle B2B and evolution to API Driven B2B

This session will present an overview of Oracle B2B platform and show a demo of the current functionality. Oracle B2B is a highly available, high-performing B2B platform that is being used by major customers across different verticals such as retail, supply chain, and utilities. Hear from Product Management about the product overview, architecture, and best practices. Also hear about how B2B integration is evolving into an API driven B2B and hear about Oracle’s vision and roadimage map.

Krishnaprem Bhatia
Twitter: KrishnapremB

Krishnaprem Bhatia is product manager in the Cloud Integration product management team focusing on B2B, Healthcare and API Management products. He has over 15 years of work experience in software development and product management. As a product manager at Oracle he has worked extensively with customers and partners worldwide in all industry verticals. He holds Computer Science & Engineering and MBA degrees and loves to read, travel and work out.

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January 31st 2017 at 16:00-17:00 CET

Visit the registration page here.

Missed our SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast? – watch the on-demand versions:

· SOA 12 & BPM Suite 12c Roadmap update November 29th 2016

· Microservices October 25th 2016

· Oracle OpenWorld 2016 update September 27th 2016

· API Cloud Platform Service August 30th 2016

· BPM Suite & PCS Update July 26th 2016

· Integration Cloud Service June 28th 2016

· Sales Plays Webcast June 9th 2016

· Real-Time Integration Business Insight May 31st 2016

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Podcast Show Notes: Building a Real Cloud Solution by Bob Rhubart

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This program was recorded on Wednesday, September 21, 2016, during Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco. "During" is the operative word, since the podcast was actually recorded in my hotel room, several blocks from Moscone Center, where OOW16 was held. The topic was suggested by Oracle ACE and frequent OTN contributor Arturo Viveros, who, along with other panelists, was in town for the big Oracle event. Listen.

The Panelists

Oracle ACE Arturo Viveros
Principal Architect, SYSCO AS, Norway

Oracle ACE Director Ron Batra
Senior Director, Innovation, CTO Office, Equinix, USA

Oracle ACE Director Lonneke Dikmans
Managing Partner, eProseed, Netherlands

Oracle ACE Director Sten Vesterli
Principal, More Than Code, Denmark

Oracle ACE Rolando Carrasco
Co-Owner, SOA Principal Architect, Services & Processes Solutions, Mexico

Oracle ACE Director Ronald van Luttikhuizen
Managing Partner, eProseed, Netherlands

Oracle ACE Director Simon Haslam
Technical Director, Partner, eProseed, UK

Additional Resources

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Oracle Cloud Platform & Middleware Partner Sales Plays on-demand Webcast

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FY17 Oracle Cloud Platform (PaaS and IaaS) & Middleware sales plays bring new opportunities to you as a partner:

» System Integrators: generate consulting revenue with hybrid PaaS, IaaS& Middleware
» Outsourcing companies: offer private and hybrid cloud solutions
» Independent Software Vendors: build solutions based on PaaS, IaaS & middleware
» SaaS partners: Extend, integrate and secure SaaS solutions with PaaS
» Hardware partners: Combine hardware with PaaS and IaaS to increase margins

Watch our on-demand Webcast and get all the details about FY17 Oracle Cloud Platform & Middleware Sales Plays.

For Partner Community members the presentation and FY17 PaaS & Middleware Sales kits are available.

SOA & BPM Partner Community: Sales Kit FY17 PaaS (membership required)

WebLogic & Developer Partner Community: Sales Kit FY17 PaaS (membership required)

Note: Sales kits will be updated in the next week with details and customer presentations.

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The free PaaS & Middleware Partner Communities support you to grow your partner business:

  • Sales: Sales kits with cheat sheet & customer ppt presentations
  • Marketing: Marketing kits with campaign material & services
  • Pre-Sales: Free PaaS & middleware trial services & demos
  • Enablement: training calendar & material and certifications

Register for the Partner Communities here

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Configuring a Compact Domain for SOA Suite by Waslley Souza

 

clip_image002A compact domain is a developer domain consisting of a single administration server and in this post you will learn how to create it!

After the installation of SOA Suite 12c and required schemas, open a command prompt and go to ORACLE_HOME/soa/common/bin. Set the environment variable CONFIG_JVM_ARGS to -Dcom.oracle.cie.config.showProfile=true. This will activate the compact domain option in the configuration wizard.

cd ORACLE_HOME\soa\common\bin
SET CONFIG_JVM_ARGS=-Dcom.oracle.cie.config.showProfile=true
config.cmd

In the Configuration Type screen, select Create a new compact domain. Read the complete article here.

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Document Editor – Defining a custom message (Part 1 of 3) b2b SOA Suite by Bernardo Cabaços

 

clip_image002Oracle Document Editor is an application used for creating and testing document definitions for Oracle B2B.

The document definition (ECS) file is required in B2B for translating and validating documents.

With Document Editor you are able to create new guideline documents or use a template from the comprehensive library of standards available for download. You can download Document Editor and the standard definitions available here.

The available document guideline templates include EDI, HL7, positional flat file (which includes some SAP iDocs), XMLSchema and so on, as seen below.

Thanks to the countless templates available you can easily and quickly create a message definition (ECS) and respective XSD to import to B2B. Making the necessary changes if needed.

Below is an example of a message definition from the template library.

However, specially with Positional Flat File (PFF) messages, you might have to create a custom definition.

In this post I will go through the steps needed to create a custom PFF document definition in Document Editor. This post will be divided in 3 parts, in the first part I will focus on Message Segments’, afterwards I’ll cover the Field’s types and properties, finalizing with testing and XSD generation.

Let’s start by creating an empty definition. Read part I here and read part II here.

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Best Practices to Adopting a Successful Cloud Integration Strategy

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The challenge of integration is certainly not a new one for IT, but the cloud adds a new twist.
In today’s hybrid computing environments—which must incorporate public and private clouds, on-premises systems, mobile, and IoT — Cloud integration is a much more complex problem. Cloud Integration can be complicated by many factors, including standards and protocols, gateways and firewalls, multi-tenancy, and especially the need for security.
Increasingly, companies are rethinking their integration strategy to make use of the new digital business paradigm. The tough questions remain: what are the pre-requisites for integrating a hybrid Cloud? What benefits does it offer? And what challenges does it present?
In this program, we answer those questions and more with the industry leading expert in IPaaS – Gartner Research Vice President Massimo Pezzini. What are the selection criteria when it comes to choosing an IPaaS? What are some of the first steps you should take to unlock more value from your Cloud Applications? Register here.

 

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Building a Scalable, Highly Available Oracle API Gateway 11g Infrastructure in a Cloud Environment by Marcelo Parisi

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One of the major challenges that companies face in adopting a cloud computing platform is the secure provisioning of services in the cloud. Oracle API Gateway (OAG) 11g can be a very powerful tool in this sense, since it focuses on service protection, with authentication mechanisms, message encryption, and security/policy functionalities.

In this article, we will see how to create a cloud-based OAG infrastructure, with high-availability and scalability support. Both high-availability and scalability operations will be covered here. We’ll be using virtual machines (VMs) and storage concepts, along with OAG and Oracle Traffic Director (OTD). While a physical load balancer will also be necessary, its configuration is beyond the scope of this article.

The service infrastructure—Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle Service Bus or any other kind of service provider environment that needs to be exposed in a secure manner through the environment we’ll be building—will also not be covered in this article.

This article assumes a Network File System (NFS) v4 and Network Information Service/Lightweight Directory Service Protocol (NIS/LDAP) compliant environment. If you don’t support it, the article will indicate the changes so that you can run on a NFSv3 environment without NIS/LDAP.

There is no capacity planning or sizing work done on this article. The number of CPUs, memory and filesystem size are all just for demonstration purposes and should be revisited in a production environment.

OAG and OTD documentation should always be consulted. This document is not intended to replace any of the product’s official documentation.

Finally, please note that OTD is supported only in Exalogic environments.

Infrastructure Architecture

In this article, we’re going to build a brand new infrastructure from scratch to support this environment. We’ll consider two VMs for OTD and, initially, three VMs for OAG, one of them for administration purposes only. The environment infrastructure architecture will resemble the architecture in Figure 1, below:

As you can see, we have high availability on both the OTD layer and the OAG layer. Both layers are scalable either horizontally or vertically. This article discusses scalability only on the OAG layer.

We’re going to create five VMs—three for OAG, with Oracle Linux 5.6; two with Oracle Linux 6.6 for OTD. I suggest using VM Templates or cloning to make this task easier. The VMs’ configuration should resemble the table in Figure 2, below: Read the complete article here.

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