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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Business Process Management Suite
11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0)

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A

actionable email account, 19.2
Active Data Cache, 23.2.1
adapters
See Oracle Adapters
addresses, configuring multiple send addresses, 19.5
administration tasks
for application developers, 1.5
application developer
administration tasks, 1.5
application roles
managing in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 19.8.4
seeding with WLST scripts, 19.8.3
assertions
definition, 1.4.3.4
audit level
BPEL process service engine, 11.1
BPMN process service engine, 36.1
impact of disabling audit tracking across multiple composite flows, 8.2.2
order of precedence, 1.4.1.1, 8.2.2
setting at the BPEL process service component level, 11.5
SOA composite application, 8.2.2
SOA Infrastructure, 3.1
audit tracking
order of precedence, 1.4.1.1
audit trail
for BPEL 2.0 projects, 12.1.2
sensors, 12.1, 37.1
viewing for a BPEL process service component, 12.1
viewing for a BPMN process service component, 37.1
audit trail threshold, 11.1, 36.1
authentication providers
adding, 19.7.1

B

B2B
bindings, 31
monitoring, 31
server properties, 30
B2B infrastructure
monitoring, 31.1
backup, 1.4.3
BAM
See Oracle Business Activity Monitoring
binding components
configuring, 33
definition, 1.2.5
direct binding, 34.1
faults, 34.1
instances, 34.1
managing, 35
monitoring, 4.3, 34
policies, 35.1
properties, 33.1
references, 1.2.5
rejected messages, 34.2
restrictions on specifying multiple bindings, 35
services, 1.2.5
BPEL 2.0
audit trail, 12.1.2
behavior of activity sensors in compensate and compensateScope activities, 12.4.1
process flow, 12.1.2
BPEL process service components
audit trail and process flow, 12.1
configuring, 11
defining a fault policy, 1.4.3.1
definition, 1.2.4
fault recovery, 13.1
faults, 12.2, 13.1
instances, 12.2, 12.3
managing, 13
monitoring, 12
policies, 13.2
sensor data, 12.4
BPEL process service engines
audit level, 11.1
configuring, 11
deployed processes, 12.8
fault recovery, 13.3
faults, 12.5, 13.3
instances, 12.5, 12.7
managing, 13
message failure and recovery, 13.4
monitoring, 12
payload validation, 11.1, 36.1
request and thread statistics, 12.6
BPEL sensors
disabling at the service engine level, 11.1
disabling at the SOA composite application level, 8.2.2
BPMN process service components
audit trail and process flow, 37.1
fault recovery, 38.1
faults, 37.2, 38.1
instances, 37.2, 37.3
monitoring, 37
policies, 38.2
BPMN process service engines
audit level, 36.1
deployed processes, 37.7
fault recovery, 38.3
faults, 37.4, 38.3
instances, 37.4, 37.6
message failure and recovery, 38.4
monitoring, 37
request and thread statistics, 37.5
browsers
limitation on using the Safari Browser to view WSDL file content, B.11
supported, 2.1
bulk recovery
of faults, 8.5, 8.6
business events
fault recovery, 32.4
faults, 32.4
managing, 32
policies on event subscriptions are not supported, 32.2
receiving events in a composite with multiple revisions, 32.3
subscribers, 32.3
subscribing to, 32.2
business faults, 1.4.3.1
business monitors
BPEL monitors, 8.11
BPEL sensors, 8.11
BPMN measurements, 8.11
enabling and disabling, 8.11
setting the status level for all sensors, 8.11
business rule execution tracing, 18.7
audit levels, 18.7
development level, 18.7.1
production level, 18.7.2
business rules
engine cache and operation statistics, 18.2
monitoring, 18
business rules service engines
deployed components, 18.5
faults, 18.4
instances, 18.3

C

callback server URL
property, 3.1
property change requires a restart, 3.1
capture composite instance state, issue with disabling, 7.1
chunking, 3.1
component tables
partitioning, 9.4
composite sensors
audit trail, 12.1, 37.1
searching for, 8.3
composite URLs, editing, 8.1
conversation ID, 1.2.3
cross references, Oracle Mediator, 17

D

data sources
definition, 3.1
properties, 3.1
database growth
developing a purging and partitioning methodology, 9.2
management, 9
managing with the purge script, 9.3
referential integrity and equipartitioning, 9.1.2.1
database tables, partitioning, 9.1.2
decision service components
definition, 1.2.4
deployed components, 18.5
faults, 18.4
instances, 18.6
log files, 18.8
monitoring, 18
statistics, 18.2
decision tracing
See business rule execution tracing
demo user community, A
deployed components, Oracle Mediator, 16.1
deployment
composites with task flows, 5.1.1
guidelines, 5.1
revisions of different composites, 5.1
selecting partitions, 5.1
SOA composite applications, 5.1
direct binding, 34.1
cannot configure properties for, 33
dispatcher engine threads, 11.1, 36.1
dispatcher invoke threads, 11.1, 36.1
dispatcher system threads, 11.1, 36.1
distribution lists, 22.6
downloading the deployable JAR file, 8.9
drivers, deploying Oracle User Messaging Service, 27.1
dynamic assignments, 19.2
functions, 19.2

E

ECIDs
adding an index on the DLV_MESSAGE.ECID column to improve SQL performance when searching messages for a specific ECID, 13.4
copying from the Warning dialog on the Flow Trace page, 12.1
definition, 12.1, 37.1
restrictions, 12.1, 37.1
searching for, 8.3, 8.4
specifying when creating a message recovery search criteria, 13.4
EJB transaction timeouts, updating, B.7
email addresses, correcting, 21.5
email server
IMAP, 19.1
SMTP, 19.1
emulations, 1.4.3.4
endpoint properties
inbound adapters, 28.1
outbound adapters, 28.2
endpoint reference, changing for Oracle Service Registry, 33.1.3
endpoint URLs, editing, 8.1
engine cache and operation statistics, for business rules, 18.2
enterprise message sources, 23.2.4
Event Engine, 23.2.2
exporting a running SOA composite application, 8.9

F

Facades API
examples, 10.3
interfaces, 10.2
oracle.soa.management.facade.Locator interface, 10.1
programmatically managing SOA composite applications, 10.1
fault policy, 8.5
creating, 1.4.3.1, 8.5.1, 8.5.2, 8.5.3, 8.6
definition, 1.4.3.1
required for BPEL process fault recovery, 1.4.3.1
Fault Time From field, 3.1
faults
automatic recovery configuration, 11.2
automatic recovery configuration for invoke and callback messages, 11.4
binding components, 34.1
BPEL process service component fault recovery, 13.1
BPEL process service engine fault recovery, 13.3
BPMN process service component fault recovery, 38.1
BPMN process service engine fault recovery, 38.3
bulk recovery, 8.5, 8.6
business events, 32.4
fault recovery, 32.4
business fault definition, 1.4.3.1
business rules service engines, 18.4
examples of BPEL process fault recovery, 8.5.1
examples of BPMN process fault recovery, 8.5.2
examples of nonrecoverable faults, 1.4.3.1
examples of Oracle Mediator fault recovery, 8.5.3
examples of recoverable faults, 1.4.3.1
human workflow fault recovery, 8.5, 21.2, 21.4
human workflow service components, 20.1, 21.4, 21.4
human workflow service engines, 20.4, 21.2
in audit trail, 12.1, 37.1
inbound adapters, 29.1
Oracle Mediator, 16.2
Oracle Web Service Manager fault definition, 1.4.3.1
outbound adapters, 29.5, 29.6, 29.7
recovery, 1.4.3.1
recovery of SOA composite application faults, 4.1, 7.1
SOA composite application fault recovery, 8.6
SOA Infrastructure, 8.5
SOA Infrastructure fault recovery, 8.5
system fault definition, 1.4.3.1
types, 1.4.3.1
File Adapter logs, 29.9
flow traces for composite-to-composite invocations on multiple servers, 12.1.1
functions, restrictions on adding multiple properties to a function, 19.2

G

governance, definition, 1.4.3.3
groups, seeding with LDAP tools, 19.8
GUID attribute
mapping requirements, 19.7.3

H

HTTP binding, cannot change httpBinding property, 33
human workflow
configuring Oracle HTTP Server for task form attachments, 19.3
fault recovery, 8.5
faults not persisted in the dehydration store, 8.5
moving data from a test to a production environment, 21.6
notifications, 21.5
properties, 19.1
prerequisites for configuring notification properties, 19.1
task service properties, 19.2
task status, 20.2
troubleshooting, B.14
troubleshooting AMX extension issues, B.14.14
troubleshooting design time at runtime issues, B.14.10
troubleshooting human workflow API usage issues, B.14.11
troubleshooting identity service issues, B.14.17
troubleshooting notification issues, B.14.3
troubleshooting Oracle BPM Worklist/task region issues, B.14.15
troubleshooting Oracle JDeveloper data control/form generation issues, B.14.12
troubleshooting service/System MBean Browser issues, B.14.13
troubleshooting task action issues, B.14.2
troubleshooting task assignment, routing, and escalation issues, B.14.1
troubleshooting task comments/attachment issues, B.14.9
troubleshooting task form/action issues, B.14.8
troubleshooting task history issues, B.14.7
troubleshooting task report issues, B.14.6
troubleshooting task view issues, B.14.4
troubleshooting test-to-production issues, B.14.16
WSDL files
security, 6.7
human workflow service components
configuring, 19
definition, 1.2.4
fault recovery, 21.4
faults, 20.1, 21.4
instances, 20.1, 20.3
managing, 21
monitoring, 20
performing fault recovery from Oracle BPM Worklist, 1.4.3.1
policies, 21.1
recommendation not to use oracle/wss10_saml_token_service_policy in a production environment, 21.1
URI of task details application, 21.3
human workflow service engines
configuring, 19
deployed workflows, 20.7
fault recovery, 21.2
faults, 20.4, 21.2, 21.4
instances, 20.4, 20.6
managing, 21
monitoring, 20
requests and operation statistics, 20.4, 20.5

I

identity service
customizing the provider, 19.7.4
GUID attribute mapping requirements, 19.7.3
third-party providers, 19.7
IMAP email server, configuring, 19.1
indexing
LDAP attributes, 19.7.2.2
instance and fault metrics pages
disabling in the System MBean Browser, 3.1.1
disabling the retrieval of instance and fault count metrics, 3.1, 3.1, B.3
optimizing the loading of, 3.1, 3.1, B.3
setting a default search criteria to fetch recent instances and faults only within a recent duration, 3.1
instance ID, creating, 1.2.3, 8.3
instance names, setting the name at design time, 8.3.3
instance states, 3.1
definition, 3.1
scenarios under which the state is not evaluated, 8.3
instances
binding components, 34.1
business rules service engines, 18.3
capturing the composite instance state, 3.1
decision service components, 18.6
deleting at the SOA Infrastructure level, 8.4, 8.4
deleting from a composite application home page, 8.3, 8.3
deleting large numbers of, 9.3
distinguishing unit test instances from other instances, 1.2.3
human workflow service components, 20.1, 20.3
human workflow service engines, 20.4, 20.6
inbound adapters, 29.1
initiating a test instance, 8.1
invoking multiple instances, 8.1
mismatch between composite instances and service component instances, 8.3.1
outbound adapters, 29.5
service components, 1.2.4
setting the composite instance name at design time, 8.3.3
SOA composite applications, 1.2.3
states, 3.1
states for purging, 9.3.3
statistics, Oracle Mediator, 15.1.2
terminating, 8.3
instant messaging, messages are not actionable, 19.1
invoked decision function, 18.7.1
invoked decision service, 18.7.1
IPv4 support, B.10
IPv6 support, B.10

J

JAR files, downloading the deployable JAR file, 8.9
Java EE applications, navigating through, 2.2.4

L

large document threshold, 11.1, 36.1
LDAP attributes
indexing recommendations, 19.7.2.2
LDAP tools, seeding users, groups, and application roles, 19.8
local optimization, configuring, 8.8.2
log files
accessing, 2.2.1
configuring, 3.4
decision service components, 18.8
encoding property, 3.4.1
from all managed servers, B.13.1
log levels, setting for troubleshooting, B.13
logging in to Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, 2.1
logging out of Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, 2.3

M

managed servers, starting and stopping, B.1
managing database growth, 9
master nodes
recovering, 11.3
Mediator
See Oracle Mediator
message recovery
adding an index on the DLV_MESSAGE.ECID column to improve SQL performance when searching messages for a specific ECID message, 13.4
in BPEL process service engines, 13.4
in BPMN process service engines, 38.4
obtaining the ECID value for message recovery, 12.1, 13.4
message sources, 23.2.4
migration of human workflow data from a test to a production environment, 21.6
MTOM attachments, attaching to outbound web services, 33
multiple instances, invoking, 8.1
multiple send addresses, configuring, 19.5

N

nodes
recovering, 11.3
notification service, pluggable, 19.4
notifications
actionable addresses, 19.1
configuration modes, 19.1
configuring addresses, 19.1
human workflow
incoming email, 21.5
outgoing, 21.5
properties, 19.1
prerequisites for configuring, 19.1

O

Oracle Adapters
configuring, 28
deployed resource adapters, 2.2.4
endpoint properties
inbound adapters, 28.1
outbound adapters, 28.2
faults
inbound adapters, 29.1
outbound adapters, 29.5, 29.6, 29.7
File Adapter logs, 29.9
in multiple revisions of SOA composite applications, 8.3
instances
inbound adapters, 29.1
outbound adapters, 29.5
monitoring, 29
properties
inbound adapters, 29.4
outbound adapters, 29.8
rejected messages
inbound adapters, 29.2, 29.3
Oracle B2B
accessing from Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, 31.2
configuring, 30
metrics, 30.1
monitoring, 31
Oracle BPM Worklist, performing fault recovery from, 1.4.3.1
Oracle Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)
configuring, 22
managing, 24
monitoring, 23
Oracle Business Process Management, 1.3
service components, 1.2.4
Oracle Business Process Management Suite
administration, 1.4
configuration, 1.4.1
management, 1.4.3
monitoring, 1.4.2
Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control
accessing Oracle B2B, 31.2
logging in, 2.1
logging out, 2.3
Oracle Fusion Middleware, 1.1
Oracle Internet Directory, 22.9.4
Oracle Mediator service components
configuring, 14, 14
definition, 1.2.4
fault recovery, 1.4.3.1
managing, 16
monitoring, 15
Oracle Mediator service engines
managing, 16
monitoring, 15
Oracle Service Bus (OSB), invoking, 10.1
Oracle Service Registry
changing the endpoint reference and service key, 33.1.3
configuring caching of WSDL URLs, 33.1.3.1
inquiry URL, 3.1
properties, 3.1
Oracle SOA Composer, providing a nonadministrator with access, 19.8.4
Oracle SOA Suite
administration, 1.4, 2
configuration, 1.4.1
definition, 1.2
management, 1.4.3
monitoring, 1.4.2
Oracle SSL ciphers, 3.1
Oracle User Messaging Service (UMS)
configuring, 25
managing, 27, 27
monitoring, 26
Oracle wallet password, 3.1
Oracle Web Service Manager faults, 1.4.3.1
Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console
accessing, 2.2.5
performing Oracle SOA Suite administrative tasks from, 2.2.5
Oracle WebLogic Server, starting and stopping a managed server, 8.2.3
OracleSystemUser, 24.3
ora-human-intervention action
fault policy definitions, 8.5, 8.6, 8.6
orphaned service component instances, generating, 8.3
OWSM
See Oracle Web Services Manager

P

partitioning
component tables, 9.4, 9.4.3
executing the verification scripts, 9.4.4
partial partitioning of components, 9.4.6
verification scripts, 9.4.2
partitions
accessing the Undeploy SOA Composite wizard, 5.3
activating all composites in a partition, 8.10.2
bulk lifecycle management tasks, 1.4.3.5, 8.10, 8.10.2
cannot rename an existing partition, 8.10.1
composites using the same inbound resource deployed to different partitions, 8.10
creating, 8.10.1
default partition, 1.4.3.5, 5.1, 8.10
definition, 1.4.3.5
deleting, 8.10.1
deploying a composite to a partition, 8.10.2
issues with deploying the same composite with a human workflow into multiple partitions, 5.1
managing, 8.10
minimum of one required for deployment, 5.1, 8.10.1
naming conventions, 8.10.1
not associated with a state, 1.4.3.5, 8.10
recreating deployed composites in another partition, 8.10.1
retiring all composites in a partition, 8.10.2
selecting during deployment, 5.1
shutting down all composites in a partition, 8.10.2
starting all composites in a partition, 8.10.2
undeploying all composites in a partition, 8.10.2
verifying and dropping, 9.4.5
passwords, changing the default password in the embedded LDAP server, 19.8.1
payload validation
BPEL process service engine, 11.1, 36.1
SOA composite applications, 8.2.2
SOA Infrastructure, 3.1
payloads
resolving large payload errors, B.9
saving, 8.1
pluggable notification service, 19.4
registration, 19.4.2
policies
binding components, 35.1
BPEL process service components, 13.2
BPMN process service components, 38.2
definition, 1.4.3.2
execution of, 1.4.3.2.1
faults, 1.4.3.1
human workflow service components, 21.1
local attachments, 8.8.2
location of errors in services and references, 35.1
no support for policies on event subscriptions, 32.2
Oracle Mediator, 16.3
overriding policy configuration property values, 35.1.1
recommendation not to use oracle/wss10_saml_token_service_policy in a production environment with human tasks, 21.1
SOA composite applications, 8.8
supported categories, 1.4.3.2
policy sets, definition, 35.1
popped ruleset, 18.7.1
ports, changing the SOA Infrastructure server URL port, 3.3
privileges, required for performing specific tasks, 1.4, C.1
process flow for BPEL 2.0 projects, 12.1.2
programmatic management of SOA composite applications, 10.1
properties
actionable addresses, 19.1
actionable email account, 19.2
audit level of BPEL process service engine, 11.1
audit level of BPMN process service engine, 36.1
audit level of SOA composite application, 8.2.2
audit level of SOA Infrastructure, 3.1
audit trail threshold, 11.1, 36.1
binding components, 33.1
callback server URL, 3.1
capture composite instance state of SOA Infrastructure, 3.1
changing of specific properties requires a restart, 3.1
chunking, 3.1
data sources, 3.1
dispatcher engine threads, 11.1, 36.1
dispatcher invoke threads, 11.1, 36.1
dispatcher system threads, 11.1, 36.1
dynamic assignment and task escalation functions, 19.2
inbound adapters, 29.4
large document threshold, 11.1, 36.1
notification properties, 19.1
Oracle Service Registry, 3.1
Oracle SSL ciphers, 3.1
Oracle wallet password, 3.1
order of precedence, 1.4.1, 3.1, 8.2.2
outbound adapters, 29.8
payload validation in SOA composite applications, 8.2.2
payload validation in SOA Infrastructure, 3.1
payload validation in the BPEL process service engine, 11.1, 36.1
server URL, 3.1
SOA Infrastructure, 3.1
web service binding, 3.1
proxy server
best practices for setting proxy properties, B.2
specifying, B.2
purging instances, 9.3, 9.3.3
pushed ruleset, 18.7.1

R

recovery
of master nodes, 11.3
redeployment
guidelines, 5.2
SOA composite applications, 5.2
references
definition, 1.2.5, 4.3
location of policy errors, 35.1
monitoring, 4.3
rejected messages
binding components, 34.2
definition, 1.4.3.1
inbound adapters, 29.2, 29.3
Reports Engine, 23.3.1
request breakdown, statistics in Oracle Mediator, 15.2.1
requests and operation statistics in human workflow service engines, 20.4, 20.5
revisions
definition, 1.4.3.3
distinguishing the default revision from other revisions, 1.4.3.3
version added to the application name, 1.4.3.3
roles required for performing specific tasks, 1.4, C.1
routing statistics in Oracle Mediator, 15.1.4
RPC/literal-style WSDL files, specifying, 8.1.1
rule execution tracing
See business rule execution tracing
rules
See business rules

S

search criteria, setting a default search criteria to fetch recent instances and faults only within a recent duration, 3.1
Secure Socket Layer, 22.9.3
security
application policies, 2.2.1
application roles, 2.2.1
automatically authenticating Oracle BPM Worklist users in SAML SSO environments, 6.4.1
automatically authenticating Oracle BPM Worklist users in Windows Native authentication environments, 6.4.2
automatically authenticating Oracle Business Process Management Process Composer users in Windows Native authentication environments, 6.4.3
available documentation, 6.1
configuring for human workflow WSDL files, 6.7
configuring for two-way SSL communication, 6.6.3
configuring Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle HTTP Server for SSL communication, 6.6.5
configuring SSL between SOA composite application instances and Oracle WebCache, 6.6.6
enabling an asynchronous process deployed to an SSL-enabled, managed server to invoke another asynchronous process over HTTP, 6.6.8
listing Oracle Internet Directory as the first authentication provider, 6.5.1
passing security properties with messages, 8.1
recommendation to configure either all on no managed servers with SSL, 6.6.1
switching from non-SSL to SSL configurations with Oracle BPM Worklist, 6.6.2
using a custom trust store for one-way SSL during design time, 6.6.7
seeding users, groups, and application roles with LDAP tools, 19.8
sensors, 12.1, 37.1
business monitors, 8.11
disabling BPEL sensors at the service engine level, 11.1
disabling BPEL sensors at the SOA composite application level, 8.2.2
monitoring, 12.4
server URL
property, 3.1
property change requires a restart, 3.1
service and reference binding components
See binding components
service components
BPEL processes, 12, 13
BPMN processes, 37
definition, 1.2.4
human workflow, 19, 20, 21
instance IDs, 1.2.4
instances, 1.2.4
Oracle Mediator, 14
orphaned instances, 8.3
service engines
BPEL processes, 12, 13
BPMN processes, 37
definition, 1.2.6
human workflow, 19, 20, 21
monitoring at the SOA Infrastructure level, 4.1
monitoring the average request processing times, 4.2
Oracle Mediator, 14
service infrastructure
definition, 1.2.7
monitoring the average request processing times, 4.2
service key, changing for Oracle Service Registry, 33.1.3
services
definition, 1.2.5, 4.3
location of policy errors, 35.1
monitoring, 4.3, 35.2.2
SMTP email server, configuring, 19.1
SOA composite applications
activating a revision, 8.2.1
application states after SOA Infrastructure shutdown, 3.2.2
audit level, 8.2.2
configuring for two-way SSL communication, 6.6.3
configuring Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle HTTP Server for SSL communication, 6.6.5
contents, 1.2.8
definition, 1.2.2
deployed states, 8.2
deploying, 5
deploying a revision, 8.2.1
fault recovery, 8.6
faults, 8.6
instances, 1.2.3
deleting, 8.3, 8.4
lifecycle, 1.4.3.3
managing, 8
managing the application state at the SOA Infrastructure level, 8.2.1
managing the application state from the SOA composite application home page, 8.2.2
monitoring, 7
monitoring faults, 7.1
monitoring instances, 7.1
packaging, 5
payload validation, 8.2.2
programmatically managing, 10.1
redeploying, 5.2
redeploying a revision, 8.2.1
retiring a revision, 8.2.1
securing, 6
setting the default revision, 8.2.1
showing the composite XML definition, 8.2.2
showing the WSDL and endpoint URI, 8.2.2
shutting down a revision, 8.2.1
starting up a revision, 8.2.1
test instances, 8.1
testing, 1.4.3.4, 8.2.2, 8.7
undeploying, 5.3
undeploying a revision, 8.2.1
SOA Composite menu
description of options, 2.2.2
navigating through, 2.2.2
SOA Governance, definition, 1.4.3.3
SOA Infrastructure
audit level, 3.1
changing ports, 3.3
configuring, 3
fault recovery, 8.5
faults, 8.5
managing the application state, 8.2.1
monitoring, 4
payload validation, 3.1
processing requests, 4.2
properties, 3.1
recent instances and faults, 4.1
restarting the SOA Infrastructure does not activate endpoints when a retired composite is activated, 3.2.3
starting and stopping, 3.2
startup failure when cwallet.sso includes the SOA map, 3.2.4
SOA Infrastructure application, definition, 1.2.1
SOA Infrastructure menu
description of options, 2.2.1
navigating through, 2.2.1
SOA Partition menu, navigating through, 2.2.3
sources, message, 23.2.4
spring
no spring service engine management pages, 1.2.6
scope of support in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 1.2.4
spring service components, definition, 1.2.4
SSL, 22.9.3
configuring SOA composite applications for two-way SSL communication, 6.6.3
Start Time From field, setting a default search criteria to fetch recent instances and faults only within a recent duration, 3.1
states for purging, 9.3.3
stress testing, invoking multiple instances, 8.1
system faults, 1.4.3.1
System MBean Browser
ASNSDriverIMAddress property, 19.1
ASNSDrivers property, 19.5
AuditConfig property, 3.1
BpelcClasspath property, 11.1
bpel.config.auditlevel property, 11.5
CustomNSDriverPropertyNames property, 19.1, 19.4.2
disabling instance and fault count metrics retrieval, 3.1.1
ExpirationMaxRetry property, 11.1
ExpirationRetryDelay property, 11.1
FaxCoverPageCount property, 19.1
GlobalTxMaxRetry property, 3.1
GlobalTxRetryInterval property, 3.1
HttpProxyAuthRealm property, 3.1
HttpProxyAuthType property, 3.1
HttpProxyHost property, 3.1
HttpProxyPassword property, 3.1
HttpProxyPort property, 3.1
HttpProxyUsername property, 3.1
HttpServerURL property, 3.1
HttpsServerURL property, 3.1
InstanceKeyBlockSize property, 11.1
instructions on using, 2.2.1
invoking custom MBeans with WLST, 2.2.1
KeystoreLocation property, 3.1, 6.6.3
MaximumNumberOfInvokeMessagesInCache property, 11.1
MaxRecoveryAttempt property, 11.1
navigational path, 3.1
OneWayDeliveryPolicy property, 11.1
ServerURL property, 3.3
StatsLastN property, 11.1
SyncMaxWaitTime property, 11.1
UddiCacheLifetime property, 3.1, 33.1.3.1

T

task escalations, 19.2
task flows, deployment, 5.1.1
task forms, configuring Oracle HTTP Server for task form attachments, 19.3
task service properties, human workflow, 19.2
test cases, definition, 1.4.3.4
test suite
assertions, 1.4.3.4
definition, 1.4.3.4
emulations, 1.4.3.4
testing
initiating a test instance, 8.1
restrictions on displaying payload data in the Test Web Service page, 8.1
restrictions on stress tool of Test Web Service page, 8.1
scenarios in which the Test button is disabled, 8.1, 8.2.2
third party application servers, instructions for using this guide, 1.4
thread dumps from all managed servers, B.13.1
troubleshooting
AMX extension issues, B.14.14
design time at runtime issues, B.14.10
extending tablespaces, B.5
flow diagram display issues on lower end hosts, B.12
human workflow API usage issues, B.14.11
human workflow issues, B.14
identity service issues, B.14.17
increasing database connection values, B.8
limitations on Safari browser use, B.11
notification issues, B.14.3
Oracle BPM Worklist/task region issues, B.14.15
Oracle JDeveloper data control/form generation issues, B.14.12
resolving connection timeouts, B.6
resolving exception errors caused by large payloads, B.9
resolving message failure caused by too many open files, B.4
service/System MBean Browser issues, B.14.13
setting log levels, B.13
task action issues, B.14.2
task assignment, routing, and escalation issues, B.14.1
task comments/attachment issues, B.14.9
task form/action issues, B.14.8
task history issues, B.14.7
task report issues, B.14.6
task view issues, B.14.4
test-to-production issues, B.14.16
updating EJB transaction timeouts, B.7

U

UDDI
See Oracle Service Registry
UMS
See Oracle User Messaging Service
undeployment
guidelines, 5.3
SOA composite applications, 5.3
unit tests
assertions, 1.4.3.4
distinguishing unit test instances from other instances, 1.2.3
emulations, 1.4.3.4
of SOA composite applications, 1.4.3.4
running, 8.7
test cases, 1.4.3.4
test suites, 1.4.3.4
users
demo community, A
seeding with LDAP tools, 19.8

W

web browsers
limitation on using the Safari Browser to view WSDL file content, B.11
supported, 2.1
web service binding properties, 3.1
WLST, invoking custom MBeans, 2.2.1
WSDL files
human workflow, 6.7
specifying RPC/literal style WSDL files, 8.1.1
specifying the default revision, 8.1
WS-Reliable Messaging restrictions, 8.8.1

X

XA drivers, changing the driver name, 3.5