Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Custom Message Throttling and Interface Management – Oracle BPEL

This post explain the details on Custom Message Throttling and Interface Management – Oracle BPEL/Oracle SOA Suite 11g

Custom Message Throttling and Interface Management.pdf

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Approaches to integrate Oracle SOA Suite with SalesForce.com

This post explain the different Approaches to integrate Oracle SOA Suite with SalesForce.com.

Integrate Oracle SOA With SalesForce.pdf

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Modifying the Request Headers of a OSB Business Service

Sometimes we may required to change the request header values eg. Content-Type and Accept etc for OSB Business Service request dynamically, this post will explain the steps to modify the header values for a Business Service request.

Login to sbconsole,Create the session and open the message flow of Proxy Service.

Edit the Route to Business Service and Click on add Request Action

Select the Action Type as Communication/Transport Headers and click on Add Headers

Select the Header for that the value needs to be changed and set the corresponding value, here i am changing the Content-Type to application/x-www-form-urlencoded. Click on Save All.

Activate the session and test the service, refer the traces of interface we can see the Content-Type of outbound got changed to application/x-www-form-urlencoded

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Dynamic endpoint configuration for OSB Business services

Sometimes we may required to change the OSB Business service endpoint dynamically.

The following are the steps to change the Business Service endpoints dynamically.

Login to sbconsole and create the session.

Open the Proxy Service Message Flow.

Click on the RouteTo_BusinessService and click on Edit Route

Select Request Actions and select URI

Enter the endpoint in the expression window - the same can be dynamically assigned from input variable

Click Save All and Activate the session.
Test the proxy service this will invoke the new endpoint.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Test the REST services using Chrome

This post will explain you how to test the REST services using chrome.

Install the REST Console Extension to Chrome.

Open REST Console

Here, i am invoking the REST enabled salesforce login service with OAuth.

Provide the Request URI, Content-Type and Language.
Select the Content-Type of Content Headers as application/x-www-form-urlencoded and provide the request payload.We can also add Authorization, Attachment and Headers to the request.

Click on GET/POST/PUT/DELETE button based on the request method, this will displays the response in the response section.

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