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Monthly Archives: July 2010
Once after we install Oracle Service Bus 10.3, we need to create a new domain using the Configuration Wizard in order to access the OSB console screen. You can invoke the Configuration Wizard in the graphical mode or console mode. … Continue reading
Hi, I have installed OSB 10.3.0, I’m new to OSB and want to learn its features by practicing the OSB examples and tutorials. When I started OSB tutorial, in one of the step says I need to use the “NormalLoanApprovalService.wsdl” … Continue reading
I’m using web logic server 10.3.0. I have started the server. I have created a OSB project in workshop. I created a Server connection in the workshop. When I tried to publish my OSB project in workshop, suddenly a pop … Continue reading
I’m using Web logic Server 10.3.0. I have created a OSB application (Schema, WSDL, Business and Proxy service files) in Web logic Workshop. In workshop, I have created a Server connection to Web logic server. When I tried to Publish the … Continue reading
When you execute a syntactically correct SQL query having IN clause from SQL prompt, it will work as expected. If You type and execute the below query at SQL prompt and it returns the data as expected. SELECT EMP_ID, EMP_DEPT, EMP_SALARY, … Continue reading
Path: In command prompt or Environment variables PATH is used to register the executable files. Classpath: The Classpath is an argument – set either on the command-line, or through an environment variable – that tells the Java Virtual Machine where to look for user-defined classes and packages … Continue reading