Monthly Archives: May 2011

What is the advantage of creating a Domain which includes Admin server and all Managed servers

When we create a domain for a Admin server and one for each Managed servers (OSB_SERVER1, SOA_SERVER1, BPM_SERVER1) and if we want to work on any Managed server (OSB_SERVER1, SOA_SERVER1, BPM_SERVER1) we need to start the Admin server and corresponding Managed … Continue reading

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What happens at Runtime when you pass a Payload through Oracle Mediator without creating an XSL map file in SOA Composite.

If you design a SOA composite application to pass a payload through Oracle Mediator without defining any transformation mapping, Oracle Mediator passes the payload through. However, for the payload to be passed through successfully, you must ensure that your source … Continue reading

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How to create a DataSource in WebLogic Server 11g console.

In this post you will learn how to create a Datasource in the Weblogic server 11g console. To achieve this follow below steps – 1) Login to Weblogic server console using http://<hostname>:7001/console. 2) Go to the Domain structure as shown in … Continue reading

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What is the difference between in ‘deploying the ADF application from Jdeveloper into Weblogic server’ and ‘deploying as an EAR file in the Weblogic server’.

In this post we will learn the details of the difference between in deploying the ADF application from Jdeveloper into Weblogic server and deploying as an EAR file in the Weblogic server. Deploy From Jdeveloper into Weblogic server An ADF application which … Continue reading

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