This chapter describes the tasks you have to complete in order to install the SOA Facades for Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper. It also describes the different deployment types.
The Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper SOA Facades smoothly integrates Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper into an SOA environment. The SOA Facades are deployed in Oracle Service Bus and expose an interface identical to the SOAP interfaces in the Web Services SOAP Facades. From an application point of view, there is no difference between interacting with a SOA Facade or a SOAP Facade. Since the SOA Facades are deployed in Oracle Service Bus, this product must be installed in addition to the Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper.
The SOA Facades and the Access Tier are co-located in one cluster, and the Network Tier is in one cluster.
The Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper services, both core services and communication services, are deployed in each Oracle Service Bus server and the Service Bus servers are used instead of the Access Tier and Network Tier servers.
Below are the main installation steps described:
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Install Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper in the same manner as for non-SOA installations. See Installing Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper.
Install Oracle Service Bus on all Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper servers. See Oracle Service Bus Installation Guide at.
Use the same BEA home directory for Oracle Service Bus as the one used for Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper.
The domain configuration is very similar to the domain configuration for a non-SOA Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper domain configuration. See The Graphical Mode Configuration Wizard.
Always use the configuration template:
OCSG OSB Integration configuration
The configuration template is very similar to the template OCSG Domain with Access and Network Clusters.
It contains a few extra configuration settings, as described in Table 9-1.
For information on how to start and use the Oracle Service Bus Domain Configuration Wizards, see Oracle Service Bus Installation Guide at.
The Console Configuration Wizard is designed to mimic as closely as possible the choices available in the GUI version, but in a completely text-based form.
See The Console Configuration Wizard.
Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper provides a WLST script for the SOA Facade installation:
Make the same edits to this scripts as for the other configuration scripts, see The Oracle WebLogic Scripting Tool scripts.
Edit the script for setting the domain environment to include Oracle Service Bus definitions.
setDomainEnv.cmd script file in
$DOMAIN_HOME\bin and make the following edits.
set ALSB_HOME=<Oracle Service Bus Home directory>
for %%i in ("%ALSB_HOME%") do set ALSB_HOME=%%~fsi
setDomainEnv.sh script file in
$DOMAIN_HOME/bin and make the following edits.
<Oracle Service Bus Home directory>"
After you have run the script, make sure that your settings are now correct:
In addition to configuring the domain and making changes to the environment script, you must also configure the SOA Facades themselves. To do so, follow the information in “Managing and Configuring SOA Facades” in the Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper System Administrator’s Guide, found atl