Running Oracle BPM 12c on AWS by Jorge Quilcate

 

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In this post, I will show how to create an AWS EC2 Instance with an Oracle BPM 12c Quickstart Domain created. And I will use previous post for related tasks.

Lets see how to achieve this and make this process reusable. These are the steps:

· Create an AWS EC2 instance (with Vagrant)

· Connect to an NFS instance to get the installer (with Chef)

· Install Oracle BPM 12c Quickstart and create a Domain (with Chef)

GitHub repository: Here

Create an AWS EC2 instance

I’ve created a Red Hat instance using Vagrant. This instance should be connected to my NFS instance that has all the Oracle’s installers (to create an NFS instance on AWS EC2: go here).

This is the NFS instance: Read the complete article here.

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ECID propagation between SCA composites and JAX-WS web services by Nicolas Fonnegra

 

clip_image002The Oracle SOA Suite provides an Audit Trail monitor screen where the message flow between the different SCA composites can be tracked. Depending on the audit level, it can provide a very detailed chronology of the different states of the message, including the first component that receives the messages, its correspondent transformation along the way, and the routing it’s final destination. Nevertheless, a SOA platform is intended to integrate not only internal composites but also external components. The question is how to maintain the audit trail consistency in such scenarios?

The Oracle A-team posted a very helpful blog demonstrating how to propagate the ECID between JCA adapter calls in order to maintain the audit trail consistency. This blog is going to demonstrate how to achieve this result with JAXWS web services.

As the reader might have already figured it out, the key to this problem relies with the ECID. The execution context id (ECID) is the mechanism the SOA Suite uses to keep track of the messages as it passes between the different components. If an SCA calls another one, it will pass through the ECID, helping the audit trail to correlate the different component instances into one flow. Also, if instead of a SCA composite a JAXWS web service, the ECID will be passed in the SOAP header, more specifically in the ReplyTo element: Read the complete article here.

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Fusion Middleware 12c on the Amazon Cloud by Luigi Banzato

FMW 12c on the Cloud – Part 1: Prepare the Environment

FMW 12c on the Cloud – Part 2: Installation and Configuration

clip_image002Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c is out there. And now it bring the wonders of SOA/BPM quick start, where you can get you development environment setup in 4 clicks. However, at some stage everyone always needs to setup a server, so I’ve been taking a look at how to do that in the cloud.
This is the part 1 of of the tutorial on how to install and configure Fusion Middleware 12c on the Cloud.

Create the EC2 Instance

To create the EC2 instance, on the EC2 Console, click on "Launch Instance":

Now select the desired Operational System, here I’ll be using the Amazon Linux:

Read the complete article series here.

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FMW 12c on the Cloud – Part 1: Prepare the Environment by Luigi Banzato

Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c is out there. And now it bring the wonders of SOA/BPM quick start, where you can get you development environment setup in 4 clicks. However, at some stage everyone always needs to setup a server, so I’ve been taking a look at how to do that in the cloud. This is the part 1 of of the tutorial on how to install and configure Fusion Middleware 12c on the Cloud.

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Create the EC2 Instance

To create the EC2 instance, on the EC2 Console, click on "Launch Instance":

Read the complete article here.

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