Sunday, June 23, 2013

Oracle SOA Suite Clustered Environment on Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.4

Recently, I have successfully prepared Oracle SOA clustered environment on Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.4 in production mode. This clustered environment includes Admin Server which is running on port 7001 and two SOA Managed Servers. Both SOA clustered Managed Servers are running on same port i.e. 8001.

Node Managers are also configured for all domains.

Summary of Servers in Weblogic console

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Unable to find suitable outbound binding Outbound BPEL Process deployment Issue in SOA

In Jdeveloper open the source tab of BEPL process, search binding.jca entry in the composite.xml and remove the "ns1:" qualification on the operation and redeploying.
For example:
<binding.jca config="BAPI_COMPANYCODE_GETDETAIL_invoke_3P.jca"
<binding.jca config="BAPI_COMPANYCODE_GETDETAIL_invoke_3P.jca"

For further detail see my OTN forum post:-

Friday, June 21, 2013

Oracle Application Adatper connectivity issue with Siebel

Change the Object Manager name to 'SCCObjMgr_enu' in Advanced tab in Oracle Application Explorer.

Further details see my OTN forum post:-

My Post on OTN Forum 

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Insert Data into Oracle EBS through Interface tables by using Oracle SOA Suite Technology

Adapter for Oracle Applications uses interface tables to insert and update data in Oracle Applications. 

Interface Tables act as staging tables between client application and Apps Base tables. Data is never loaded directly into Oracle Applications base tables. Instead, data is first loaded into interface tables, and then Oracle-supplied concurrent programs move data from interface tables to base tables. This ensures that all business logic and processing is handled using Oracle components.

Today I successfully loaded Sample Order Data from SOA Server to the following Oracle EBS Interface Tables:-


BPEL Process of Insert Order into EBS

Monday, April 8, 2013

Use of DB Adapter in SOA Composite Application

I successfully create SOA Composie Application that interact with Oracle Database by using DB Adapter. The Oracle Database Adapter enables a BPEL process to communicate with Oracle databases or third party databases through JDBC.

The Oracle Database Adapter service is defined within a BPEL process partner link by using the Adapter Configuration Wizard of Oracle BPEL Process Manager.

BPEL Process of my DB Adapter

Monday, April 1, 2013

Oracle WebCenter Content and Portal

Oracle just released the new version of WebCenter products stack, the WebCenter Centent 11gR1 ( and WebCenter Portal 11gR1 ( According to Oracle's official blog it includes many bug fixes in addition to enhancements to the WebCenter Content Application Extension Framework (AXF) supporting integrations with E-Business Suite and PeopleSoft.


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