SOA Suite 12c – Composite Lazy Loading by Adam Desjardin

 

clip_image002A new feature in SOA Suite 12c is composite lazy loading.  This feature allows the components, WSDLs, and XSDs for a composite to be loaded as needed instead of at startup.  This can help reduce start up time of the SOA servers from possibly as high as 30 minutes for domains with a large number of composites deployed, down to just a few minutes.  We have worked with several customers who run SOA Suite 11g with hundreds of deployed composites. Many of the composites may be retired or previous versions simply for maintaining compatibility.  Once utilizing SOA 12c, those customers will no longer have slow server start up times and can accomplish restarts much more quickly with less downtime for each node.

Enabling and Disabling Lazy Loading at the SOA-INFRA Level

Composite lazy loading and lazy deployment are both enabled at the soa-infra level by default in 12c.

You can find these settings by opening EM and right clicking on your domain and selecting System MBean Browser Read the complete article here.

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