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2 Getting Started with Administering Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BPM Suite

This chapter describes how to log in to and navigate the menus of Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control to perform Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BPM Suite configuration, monitoring, and management tasks. It also describes how to access the System MBean Browser and Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console from Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control.

This chapter includes the following sections:

For more information about service engines, service components, binding components, and the SOA Infrastructure, see Chapter 1, "Introduction and Concepts."

2.1 Logging In to Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control

This section describes how to log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control.

To log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control:

  1. Use Microsoft Internet Explorer 7, Mozilla Firefox 2.0.0.2, Apple Safari 4.0, or Mozilla Firefox 3.0.x to access the following URL:

    http://host_name:port/em
    

    Where host_name is the name of the host on which Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control is installed and port is a number that is dynamically set during installation. This port is typically 7001, but is the HTTP port associated with Oracle HTTP Server. For environments in which the SSL port was enabled during configuration, the default port is 7002.

  2. Enter weblogic/password and click Login.

    where:

    • weblogic is the default administrator user name for Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control (you can change this during installation).

    • password is the password you entered during Oracle SOA Suite installation.

    The Accessibility Preference dialog appears the first time you log in. If you want, you can select to not display this dialog again.

  3. Select an appropriate action and click Continue.

    The farm home page is displayed. From there, you can navigate to Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BPM Suite in several different ways, as described in the following sections.

For more information about installation, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Installation Guide for Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Business Process Management Suite.

2.2 Navigating to Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BPM Suite Administration Tasks

This section describes methods for navigating to Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BPM Suite administration tasks in Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control:

Note:

The Farm menu is always displayed at the top of the navigator. As you expand the SOA folder in the navigator and click the links displayed beneath it, the SOA Infrastructure menu becomes available at the top of the page.

2.2.1 Navigating Through the SOA Infrastructure Home Page and Menu

You can navigate to Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BPM Suite administration tasks through the SOA Infrastructure home page and menu. The SOA Infrastructure provides you with access to all deployed SOA composite applications, service engines, service components, business events, and other elements.

To navigate through the SOA Infrastructure home page and menu:

  1. Expand SOA > soa-infra in the navigator.

  2. Expand the specific partition (for example, default).

    This displays all SOA composite applications running in the selected partition of the SOA Infrastructure for that managed server. SOA composite applications are grouped into the partition in which they are deployed.

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  3. Click soa-infra.

    This displays the Dashboard page of the SOA Infrastructure. Click the help icon at the top of this page to access the Resource Center for the entire Oracle SOA Suite.

    The upper part of the page displays details about recently deployed SOA composite application instances, deployed composites, recent faults, and rejected messages. You can click a specific SOA composite application name or instance ID to access additional details. You can also click Show More at the bottom of each section to see more information about all items.

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    The lower part of the page displays details about the service engines provided by the SOA Infrastructure and a graphical representation of the number of instances and faults for all SOA composite applications hosted in the SOA Infrastructure. You must expand these sections to see this information. Click a service engine name to access more specific details.

  4. Note that the SOA Infrastructure menu appears below the soa-infra name at the top of the page.

    Note:

    Depending upon your current location, the context of this menu changes to provide you with the administrative options most relevant to your current location. For example, when you are within the pages of a SOA composite application, the SOA Composite menu is displayed, or on the home page of a specific partition, the SOA Partition menu is displayed.

  5. Select the SOA Infrastructure menu.

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    These administrative options enable you to perform the following tasks:

    Option Description

    Home

    This option enables you to directly navigate to the selected tab of the SOA Infrastructure:

    Monitoring

    This option displays the following details:

    • A summary of performance statistics in the SOA infrastructure.

    • Request processing details that show the breakup of time spent in handshaking requests between the binding components, service infrastructure, and service engines.

    For more information, see Section 4.4, "Monitoring Message Delivery Processing Requests."

    Logs

    This option enables you to view and configure the logging levels for runtime loggers.

    For more information, see Section 3.4, "Configuring Log Files" and Section B.1, "Setting Logging Levels for Troubleshooting."

    SOA Deployment

    This option enables you to deploy, undeploy, or redeploy SOA composite applications.

    For more information, see Chapter 7, "Deploying and Managing SOA Composite Applications."

    Manage Partitions

    This option enables you to logically group your SOA Infrastructure into separate sections known as partitions in which you deploy your SOA composite applications. This helps you to logically group composites so that you can perform bulk lifecycle management tasks on large numbers of SOA composite applications.

    For more information, see Section 1.4.3.5, "Introduction to Partitioning of the SOA Infrastructure" and Section 7.9, "Grouping SOA Composite Applications into Partitions."

    Service Engines

    This option provides access to monitoring and management tasks for the BPEL process, Oracle BPMN, Oracle Mediator, human workflow, and business rules service engines.

    Bindings

    This option displays details about recently active document types and trading partners, and inbound and outbound endpoints for Oracle B2B.

    For more information, see Section 33.1, "Monitoring the Oracle B2B Infrastructure."

    Services and References

    This option displays message processing metrics for service and reference binding components in all SOA composite applications.

    For more information, see Section 4.5, "Monitoring Service and Reference Binding Components in the SOA Infrastructure."

    Business Events

    This option displays available business events, current event subscribers, and fault details.

    For more information, see Chapter 35, "Managing Business Events."

    SOA Administration

    This option provides access to the following configuration tasks for the SOA Infrastructure and each service engine:

    • Common Properties: For setting properties that impact the entire SOA Infrastructure, such as viewing and setting the SOA Infrastructure audit level, capturing the state of the SOA composite application instance, enabling the payload validation of incoming messages, specifying the callback server and server URLs, setting Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) registry properties, viewing the data source JNDI locations, setting the nonfatal connection retry count, setting web service binding properties, and optimizing the loading performance of pages.

      For more information, see Section 3.1, "Configuring SOA Infrastructure Properties."

    • BPEL Properties: For setting the audit trail size, maximum document size for a variable, payload validation for incoming and outgoing messages, audit trail level, BPEL monitor and sensor disabling status, and dispatcher thread level for invoke message threads, system threads, and service engine threads.

      For more information, see Section 13.1, "Configuring BPEL Process Service Engine Properties."

    • BPMN Properties: For setting the audit trail size, maximum document size for a variable, payload validation for incoming and outgoing messages, audit trail level, and dispatcher thread level for invoke message threads, system threads, and service engine threads.

      For more information, see Section 39.1, "Configuring BPMN Process Service Engine Properties"

    • Mediator Properties: For setting the audit level, metrics level, number of parallel worker threads, number of maximum rows retrieved for parallel processing, parallel thread sleep values, error thread sleep values, container ID refresh time, and container ID lease timeout values.

      For more information, see Section 16.1, "Configuring Oracle Mediator Service Engine Properties."

    • Workflow Config: Displays the following tabs:

      Mailer tab: For setting the workflow service notification mode and actionable email address value. For more information, see Section 21.1, "Configuring Human Workflow Notification Properties."

      Task tab: For setting the actionable email account, adding the worklist application URL, selecting the pushback assignee, adding portal realm mapping, and adding the task auto release configuration priority. For more information, see Section 21.3, "Configuring Human Workflow Task Service Properties."

    • B2B Server Properties: For enabling Dynamic Monitoring Service (DMS) metrics. For more information, see Section 32.1, "Configuring Oracle B2B Server Properties."

    • Cross References: For selecting cross-reference values. For more information, see Section 19, "Managing Cross-References."

    Security

    This option displays the following selections:

    • Application Policies: For creating application policies that an application relies upon for controlling access to resources.

    • Application Roles: For creating application roles for applications.

      For more information about application roles, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Application Security Guide.

    This option is available for all deployed Java EE applications, including the SOA Infrastructure (soa-infra) application. These options do not configure security policies for SOA composites.

    For more information about attaching policies to composite applications, see Section 7.7, "Managing SOA Composite Application Policies."

    Administration

    This option displays the following selections:

    • MDS Connections: For managing metadata service (MDS) connections.

    • TopLink Sessions: For managing cache for the Oracle TopLink persistence framework.

    • System MBean Browser: For advanced configuration of properties across applications and components.

      For more information, see Section 2.3, "Navigating to the System MBean Browser" and Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for instructions on using the System Mean Browser.

      In addition to configuring the System MBean Browser from Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, you also can invoke SOA configuration MBean operations with the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST). For information, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Oracle WebLogic Scripting Tool.

      Note: The System MBean Browser includes an MBean for Oracle BPMN, even if Oracle BPM Suite is not installed. If Oracle BPM Suite is not installed, this MBean cannot be used, and should be ignored. The presence of this MBean does not impact the runtime behavior of other Oracle SOA Suite components.

    General Information

    This option displays general details about the SOA Infrastructure, such as the Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control version, Oracle home, and Oracle instance.


    Note:

    Starting with 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.4.0), you can no longer stop and start the SOA Infrastructure from the SOA Infrastructure menu.

  6. Select a specific SOA composite application from the soa-infra list shown in Step 2.

    The SOA Infrastructure menu is now displayed above the navigator, providing you with access to the same high-level administrative options, even when you are within the pages of a SOA composite application. This menu changes positions when you select a composite application.

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  7. Right-click soa-infra in the navigator. The menu that is displayed provides you with access to the same administrative options that appear in the SOA Infrastructure menu.

2.2.2 Navigating Through the SOA Composite Application Home Page and Menu

You can navigate directly to Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BPM Suite administration tasks for a specific SOA composite application.

To navigate through the SOA composite application home page and menu:

  1. Expand SOA > soa-infra in the navigator.

  2. Expand the partitions.

    This displays all SOA composite applications running in the partitions of the SOA Infrastructure.

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  3. Select a specific SOA composite application.

    This displays the home page for the selected SOA composite application. The upper part of the page displays details about recent instances and faults and rejected messages. This part of the page also provides you with access to important administrative and configuration tasks at the composite level.

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  4. Click Show More at the bottom of each section to see more of these items. You can also click links to access more details about a specific composite instance or fault.

    The lower part of the page displays details about the service components (in this example, BPEL processes) and binding components (services and references) included in the SOA composite application. You can click a specific service component or service or reference binding component in the Name column to access more specific details.

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    When you are within the pages of a SOA composite application, the SOA Composite menu appears below the application name at the top of the page. This menu provides you with administrative tasks specific to the current composite application.

  5. Select the SOA Composite menu.

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    These administrative options enable you to perform the following tasks.

    Option Description

    Home

    This option enables you to directly navigate to the selected tab of the SOA composite application:

    Monitoring

    This option displays the performance summary statistics for the selected SOA composite application.

    SOA Deployment

    This option enables you to undeploy or redeploy this SOA composite application, or deploy another SOA composite application.

    For more information, see Section 7.1, "Deploying SOA Composite Applications."

    Export

    This option enables you to export a deployed SOA composite application to a JAR file.

    For more information, see Section 7.8, "Exporting a Deployed SOA Composite Application."

    Test Service

    This option enables you to manually initiate an instance of this deployed SOA composite application through the Test Web Service page.

    For more information, see Section 8.1, "Initiating a SOA Composite Application Test Instance."

    SOA Infrastructure

    This option takes you to the SOA Infrastructure home page.

    SOA Infrastructure Common Properties

    This option enables you to view and set the audit level, capture the state of the SOA composite application instance, enable the payload validation of incoming messages, set UDDI registry properties, specify the callback server and server URLs, view the data source JNDI locations, set the nonfatal connection retry counts, set web service binding properties, and optimize the loading performance of pages. The SOA composite application typically inherits the settings defined at the SOA Infrastructure level.

    For more information, see Section 3.1, "Configuring SOA Infrastructure Properties."

    Service/ Reference Properties

    This option enables you to configure WSDL file properties for the service and reference binding components included in the SOA composite application.

    For more information, see Section 36.1, "Configuring Service and Reference Binding Component Properties."

    General Information

    This option displays general details about this SOA composite application, such as Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control version, Oracle home, Oracle instance, and partition in which the composite is deployed.


  6. Right-click the name of a SOA composite application in the navigator. A menu is displayed that provides you with access to the same administrative options that appear in the SOA Composite menu.

2.2.3 Navigating Through the Partition Home Page and Menu

You can navigate to administrative tasks for a specific partition in the SOA Infrastructure.

To navigate through the partition home page and menu:

  1. Expand SOA > soa-infra in the navigator.

  2. Click a specific partition.

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  3. At the top of the page, select the SOA Partition menu.

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    These administrative options enable you to perform the following tasks:

    Option Description

    Home

    This option displays the following details for the partition home page:

    • SOA composite applications in this partition.

    • Status of the SOA composite applications in this partition (either Up (on) or Down (off)).

    • Mode of the SOA composite applications in this partition (active or retired).

    • Total number of instances and faulted instances of the SOA composite applications in this partition.

    • Time at which the SOA composite applications in this partition were last deployed, redeployed, or reconfigured.

    Composites Control

    This option displays the following bulk lifecycle management tasks:

    • Start Up All: Invokes a dialog for starting all composites in this partition.

    • Shut Down All: Invokes a dialog for shutting down all composites in this partition.

    • Activate All: Invokes a dialog for activating all composites in this partition.

    • Retire All: Invokes a dialog for retiring all composites in this partition.

    For information about these composite states, see Section 7.5.1, "Managing the State of All Applications at the SOA Infrastructure Level."

    SOA Deployment

    This option displays the following management tasks.

    • Deploy To This Partition: Invokes the Deploy SOA Composite wizard for selecting a composite to deploy in this partition.

    • Undeploy All From This Partition: Invokes a dialog for undeploying all composites in this partition.

    • Redeploy: Invokes the Redeploy SOA Composite wizard to select composites to redeploy in this partition.

    For more information, see Chapter 7, "Deploying and Managing SOA Composite Applications."

    Delete This Partition

    This option invokes a dialog to delete this partition. All composites in the partition are automatically undeployed before the partition is deleted.

    General Information

    This option displays general details about the partition, such as the partition (target) name, Oracle Fusion Middleware version, Oracle Fusion Middleware home directory, domain home directory, hostname, and deployed server.


  4. Right-click the name of a partition in the navigator. A menu is displayed that provides you with access to the same administrative options that appear in the SOA Partition menu.

Note:

You can also access the partition home page from the Related Topics menu on the home page of a SOA composite application.

For information about partitions, see Section 1.4.3.5, "Introduction to Partitioning of the SOA Infrastructure" and Section 7.9, "Grouping SOA Composite Applications into Partitions."

2.2.4 Navigating to Deployed Java EE Applications

You can navigate to deployed Java EE applications related to Oracle SOA Suite and (if installed) Oracle BPM Suite components. These applications are Java EE applications that represent the SOA system components, such as the technology adapters, Oracle B2B, Oracle BPM Worklist, and so on. You can deploy a web service and see it listed here. You can also click individual applications (for example, the deployed web service), and manage and test that you can deploy WAR and EAR files from here. If you have deployed your own Java EE applications, they are also displayed here.

To navigate to deployed Java EE applications:

  1. Expand Application Deployments in the navigator.

  2. Expand Internal Applications.

  3. Expand Resource Adapters.

    A list of deployed Java EE applications related to Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BPM Suite components appears.

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  4. Click a specific application (for this example, worklistapp is selected).

    The page displays details about application performance.

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    While Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control displays the URLs for all deployed modules, you cannot directly invoke them from this page.

2.2.5 Navigating to the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console and Other Pages

Most pages in Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control include a Related Links menu in the upper right-hand corner. Depending upon your current location, the context of the menu changes to provide links to relevant pages. For example, when you are on the BPEL process service engine page, the Related Links menu provides links to the SOA Infrastructure home page, the BPEL process configuration properties page, the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console, and a page for service engine log files. Figure 2-1 provides details. You can also click soa-infra at the top of the BPEL service engine page to go directly to the SOA Infrastructure home page.

Figure 2-1 Related Links Menu for a SOA Composite Application

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When you are on the page of a service component of a SOA composite application, several navigational menus and links are available:

  • The Related Links menu provides links to the SOA Infrastructure home page and the applicable service engine home page. Figure 2-2 provides details.

  • Breadcrumbs are displayed in the upper left-hand corner as you traverse further into a SOA composite application.

  • Within any SOA composite application page (including the service component pages), links to the SOA Infrastructure pages also remain available through the SOA Infrastructure menu that is displayed next to the Farm menu above the navigator. For example, this enables you to go from the home page of a specific BPEL service component directly to the BPEL service engine configuration properties page.

  • Names at the top of the page can be clicked to navigate to parent pages. For example, clicking the name of a composite at the very top of a service component page enables you to go to the composite that includes that component.

Figure 2-2 Related Links Menu for a Service Component of a SOA Composite Application

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The service engines, SOA administration (such as the SOA Infrastructure Common Properties page), and business event pages all provide access to Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console from the Related Topics list. Selecting WebLogic Server Console opens a new browser page and takes you to the login prompt for the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console. Your current page in Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control is not lost. After logging in, the home page is displayed. Figure 2-3 provides details.

Figure 2-3 Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console

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You can perform the following Oracle SOA Suite tasks from Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console:

  • Configure adapter connections for composite references.

  • Create and manage data sources used by adapters.

  • Create and manage JMS resources used by adapters.

  • Manage SOA Infrastructure data sources (for example, modifying connection pool settings).

  • Administer security of human workflow users.

  • Manage Oracle WebLogic Server transaction (JTA) settings (for example, the transaction timeout value).

  • Deploy human task user interfaces.

2.2.6 Navigating to the SOA Infrastructure or SOA Composite Application Home Page from the Farm Home Page

You can access the home page of the SOA Infrastructure, a specific SOA partition, or a specific SOA composite application from the Farm home page.

To navigate to the SOA Infrastructure or SOA composite application home page:

  1. In the Deployments section of the Farm home page, click soa-infra or a specific SOA composite application.

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    The home page for your selection is displayed.

2.3 Navigating to the System MBean Browser

Some configuration parameters for Oracle SOA Suite are not exposed in any Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control property page. These parameters can nonetheless be modified using the System MBean Browser.

A managed bean (MBean) is a Java object that represents a Java Management Extensions (JMX) manageable resource in a distributed environment, such as an application, a service, a component, or a device. Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control provides the System MBean Browser for managing MBeans that perform specific monitoring and configuration tasks.

This section describes the various ways to access the System MBean Browser, and provides references to documentation that describes how to edit specific SOA Infrastructure and service component properties.

For general information about the System MBean Browser, see Section "Getting Started Using the Fusion Middleware Control MBean Browsers" of Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide.

2.3.1 Accessing the System MBean Browser from the Main Page

You can directly access the main System MBean Browser page. The main page provides you with access to all properties in the System MBean Browser. You must then traverse the navigational tree to the section that you want to manage.

To access the System MBean Browser from the main page:

  1. In the navigator, right-click soa-infra.

  2. Select Administration > System MBean Browser.

    The System MBean Browser is displayed.

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  3. Scroll down to Application Defined MBeans.

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  4. Expand the Application Defined MBeans to access specific sections.

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    This section contains properties for many Oracle SOA Suite components, including the following:

    • oracle.as.soainfra.bpel

    • oracle.as.soainfra.bpm

    • oracle.as.soainfra.bpmn

    • oracle.as.soainfra.config

  5. Expand the component that includes the properties you want to configure. For example, expand oracle.as.soainfra.config > Server: server_name > BPELConfig > bpel. You can also access this location by clicking the More BPEL Configuration Properties short cut described in Step 3 of Section 2.3.2, "Accessing the System MBean Browser from the Component Property Pages."

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    The Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Business Process Management Suite provides many examples of navigating the System MBean Browser from the main page to configure properties. Here are several examples:

2.3.2 Accessing the System MBean Browser from the Component Property Pages

You can also access the System MBean Browser from various menus in the Oracle SOA Suite component property pages. These shortcuts provide you with direct access to specific sections of the MBean tree, including the oracle.as.soainfra.config section of the Application Defined MBeans group. This provides you with quick access to many common properties of the SOA Infrastructure and service components.

To access the System MBean Browser from the component property pages:

  1. In the navigator, right-click soa-infra.

  2. Select SOA Administration.

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  3. Select the appropriate component for which to manage System MBean Browser properties, then scroll down the page to access the short cut.

    Select... Scroll Down and Click... See...

    Common Properties (for the SOA Infrastructure)

    More SOA Infra Advanced Configuration Properties

    Section 3.1, "Configuring SOA Infrastructure Properties"

    BPEL Properties

    More BPEL Configuration Properties

    Section 13.1, "Configuring BPEL Process Service Engine Properties"

    Mediator Properties

    More Mediator Configuration Properties

    Section 16.1, "Configuring Oracle Mediator Service Engine Properties"

    Workflow Properties > Mailer tab

    More Workflow Notification Configuration Properties

    Section 21.1, "Configuring Human Workflow Notification Properties"

    Workflow Properties > Task tab

    More Workflow Task Service Configuration Properties

    Section 21.3, "Configuring Human Workflow Task Service Properties"

    B2B Server Properties

    More B2B Configuration Properties

    Section 32.1, "Configuring Oracle B2B Server Properties"

    BPMN Properties

    Note: This option is only displayed for selection if Oracle BPM Suite is installed.

    More BPMN Configuration Properties

    Section 39.1, "Configuring BPMN Process Service Engine Properties"


    For example, if you select the More BPEL Configuration Properties link, you are automatically placed into the oracle.as.soainfra.config > Server: server_name > BPELConfig > bpel section of the System MBean Browser. Properties that you can configure are displayed on the right side of the page.

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2.4 Logging Out of Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control

This section describes how to log out of Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control.

To log out of Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control:

  1. Note the following details about logging out.

    • If multiple pages are open (for example, the help dialog, topology viewer, and flow trace), logging out of any page logs you out of the entire application in all open pages.

    • If you log out with any unsaved configuration changes, you receive no warning message and your changes are lost.

  2. In the upper right-hand corner of any page, click the Log Out link.