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

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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 3 Transport Configuration

   

Section 3.1.4, "Email Transport Configuration Page (Business Services)."

Section updated to include support for Secure Sockets Layer in the Email Transport, and to include a new property, Socket I/O Timeout.

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Section 3.1.5, "Email Transport Configuration Page (Proxy Services)"

Section updated to include support for Secure Sockets Layer in the Email Transport.

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Table 3-10, "HTTP Transport Configuration Options for Business Services"

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

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Table 3-16, "JMS Transport Configuration Options for Proxy Services"

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

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Table 3-16, "JMS Transport Configuration Options for Proxy Services"

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

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Table 3-17, "MQ Transport Configuration Options for Business Services"

Section updated to include new business service properties to support XA transactions.

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Table 3-18, "MQ Transport Configuration Options for Proxy Services"

Section updated to include new proxy service properties to support XA transactions.

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Table 3-21, "SFTP Transport Configuration Options for Business Services"

Section updated to include a new property that lets you select a preferred cipher suite and various algorithms for the business service.

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Table 3-22, "SFTP Transport Configuration Options for Proxy Services"

Section updated to include a new property that lets you select a preferred cipher suite and various algorithms for the proxy service.

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Chapter 4 User Interface Reference

   

Section 4.1.2, "Edit Email Recipient Page"

Section updated to include support for Secure Sockets Layer when sending email alerts.

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Section 4.5.4, "Custom MQ Resource Configuration Page"

Section updated to note that the MQ Connection Max Wait time now uses milliseconds as its unit of time.

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Section 4.5.4, "Custom MQ Resource Configuration Page"

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

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Chapter 26 HTTP and Poller Transports

   

Section 26.2.2, "Configuring Business Services Using the Email Transport"

Section updated to include support for Secure Sockets Layer in the Email Transport, and to include a new property, Socket I/O Timeout.

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Section 26.2.1, "Configuring Proxy Services Using the Email Transport"

Section updated to include support for Secure Sockets Layer in the Email Transport.

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Table 26-2, "Parameters for Configuring HTTP Transport for Business Service"

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

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Table 26-10, "Environment Values"

Section updated to include a new environment value that lets you select a preferred cipher suite and various algorithms for the SFTP transport.

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Table 26-11, "Configuring SFTP Proxy Service"

Section updated to include a new property that lets you select a preferred cipher suite and various algorithms for the proxy service.

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Table 26-13, "Configuring SFTP Business Service"

Section updated to include a new property that lets you select a preferred cipher suite and various algorithms for the business service.

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Chapter 30 JMS Transport

   

Section 30.6, "Specifying the JMS Client ID in Proxy Services"

Section added that describes the ability to specify a JMS client ID for proxy services with Topic destinations.

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Chapter 33 MQ Transport

   

Section 33.1, "Key Features"

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

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Section 33.5, "Environment Values"

Section updated to include the new XA Enabled environment value.

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Section 33.8.2.1, "Creating an MQ Connection Resource"

Section updated to include the new XA Enabled property.

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Section 33.8.3, "Configuring Proxy Services to Use the MQ Transport"

Section updated to include new properties that support XA transactions.

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Section 33.8.4, "Configuring Business Services to Use the MQ Transport"

Section updated to include new properties that support XA transactions.

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Chapter 50 HTTP and Poller Transports

   

Section 50.2.8.1, "Supported Seed Policies"

Section updated to include support for Oracle WSM policies for proxy services and business services that use messaging or XML service types with the HTTP transport protocol.

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Section 50.2.9.4, "Oracle WSM Policies and MTOM-Formatted Messages"

Section added to describe the new support for MTOM-encoded messages with Oracle WSM policies.

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Appendix B Exporting an Oracle Service Bus Configuration Offline

   

Appendix B, "Exporting an Oracle Service Bus Configuration Offline"

Appendix added to describe the process of exporting a Service Bus configuration JAR file in offline mode. This mode does not require Eclipse to be installed.

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