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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle Service Bus
11g Release 1 (11.1.1.7)

Part Number E15867-07
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What's New in This Guide for Release 11.1.1.7

This guide has been updated in several ways. The following table lists the sections that have been added or changed.

For a list of known issues (release notes), see the "Known Issues for Oracle SOA Products and Oracle AIA Foundation Pack" at http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/docs/soa-aiafp-knownissuesindex-364630.html.

Sections Changes Made February 2013

Chapter 1 Interoperability Scenarios and Considerations

   

Table 1-1, "Supported Standards and Implementations"

Section updated to reflect support for ProFTPD Server.

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Table 1-3, "Oracle Family Platforms"

Section updated to clarify support for Oracle JCA Adapters.

X

Table 1-4, "Third-Party Platforms"

Section updated to reflect support for IBM WebSphere MQ version 7.0.1. Support for versions 5.3 and 6.0 is deprecated.

X

Chapter 9 MQ Connections

   

Section 9.2, "Adding MQ Connections"

Section updated for MQ Connection Max Wait, which uses milliseconds for the unit of time.

X

Section 9.2, "Adding MQ Connections"

Section updated with the new XA Enabled option, which provides support for XA transactions in MQ connections.

 

Chapter 19 Business Services: Creating and Managing

   

Table 19-7, "Create/Edit a Business Service - Email Transport Configuration Page"

Section updated to include the new SSL Required option, which provides support for email communication over SSL.

X

Table 19-7, "Create/Edit a Business Service - Email Transport Configuration Page"

Section updated to include the new Socket I/O Timeout option.

X

Section 19.2.12, "Create/Edit a Business Service - HTTP Transport Configuration Page"

Section updated to include two new properties, Session Stickiness and Session ID Name, which support HTTP session affinity in load balancing scenarios.

X

Section 19.2.16, "Create/Edit a Business Service - MQ Transport Configuration Page"

Section updated to include support for XA transactions with the MQ Transport.

X

Section 19.2.18, "Create/Edit a Business Service - SFTP Transport Configuration Page"

Section updated to include a new property to support selecting the preferred cipher suite and other algorithms.

X

Section 19.5.2, "Business Service Policies Page"

Section updated to include support for Oracle WSM policies with non-SOAP bindings that use the HTTP protocol.

X

Chapter 20 Proxy Services: Creating and Managing

   

Table 20-4, "Create/Edit a Proxy Service - Email Transport Configuration Page"

Section updated to include the new SSL Required option, which provides support for email communication over SSL.

X

Section 20.5.2, "Proxy Service Policy Page"

Section updated to include support for Oracle WSM policies for non-SOAP bindings that use the HTTP transport.

X

Table 20-10, "Create/Edit a Proxy Service - JMS Transport Configuration Page"

Section updated to include support for configuring a transaction timeout period for JMS proxy services.

X

Table 20-10, "Create/Edit a Proxy Service - JMS Transport Configuration Page"

Section updated to include support for specifying a JMS client ID when using Topics in JMS proxy services.

X

Table 20-11, "Create/Edit a Proxy Service - MQ Transport Configuration Page"

Section updated to include support for XA transactions with the MQ Transport.

X

Table 20-13, "Create/Edit a Proxy Service - SFTP Transport Configuration Page"

Section updated to include a new property to support selecting the preferred cipher suite and other algorithms.

X

Appendix J Diagnosing Problems with Oracle Service Bus

   

Appendix J, "Diagnosing Problems with Oracle Service Bus"

New appendix to describe the diagnostic features of Service Bus using Oracle's Diagnostic Framework and WebLogic Diagnostic Framework.