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11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

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3 Oracle Fusion Middleware Adapters

This chapter covers licensing for Oracle Fusion Middleware adapters.

Table 3-1 lists the types of integration adapters:

Table 3-1 Oracle Fusion Middleware Adapters

Application AdaptersFoot 1  Mainframe and TP-Monitor Changed Data Capture (CDC) Adapters B2B AdaptersFoot 2  Technology Adapters

SAP

CICS

VSAM Batch

RosettaNet

File

PeopleSoft

IMS DB

Adabas

EDI

FTP

Siebel

IMS TM

DB2/390

Healthcare

JMS

J. D. Edwards

Tuxedo

Microsoft SQL Server 2000

 

Advanced Queueing

Oracle Applications (for E-Business Suite)

VSAM

Microsoft SQL Server 2005

ebXML

Database

 

BeanConnect

IMS/DB

 

MQ Series

   

VSAM CICS

 

Socket


Footnote 1 Note that SAP, Peoplesoft, Siebel and J. D. Edwards are each licensed separately under the “Application Adapters” product, while EBusiness Suite adapters are licensed as "Oracle Application Adapters."

Footnote 2 Note that the B2B for ebXML adapter is available either standalone, or as a component (for no additional charge) of B2B for RosettaNet, B2B for EDI, or Healthcare Adapter.

Technology adapters are included in the Oracle Internet Application Server and WebLogic Suite license upon which SOA Suite for Oracle Middleware has a licensing dependency. Technology adapters are also included in SOA Suite for Non Oracle Middleware. All other adapters are licensed separately.

An additional separately licensed adapter, Enterprise Link for Business Activity Monitoring, is offered as an extension of the Oracle BAM 10g product for customers who are looking to leverage Oracle BAM's embedded extract, transform and load (ETL) tooling. Enterprise Link is only one of five major ways to source data into Oracle BAM and is not required in all customer implementations. Customers who do not need Enterprise Link are any customers connecting to Oracle BAM only through BPEL PM Sensors or the Web Services API for Oracle BAM's Active Data Cache. Enterprise Link is required for all customers connecting to Oracle BAM through JMS queues or though query-based ETL updates. This includes customers who want to listen to JMS messages in existing integration environments, transfer large data sets into BAM, or archive data out of the BAM Active Data Cache on a scheduled basis. Enterprise Link is an extension to the 10g version of Oracle BAM only.