Welcome to Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure Components and Utilities User's Guide. This document describes how to use Composite Application Validation System initiators and simulators to test AIA service integrations. Test initiators simulate service invocations and simulators simulate service endpoints. It describes how to use error handling and logging components, including error notifications and trace and error logs, to support services operating in an AIA ecosystem.
This document is intended for users of the components and utilities delivered with Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack.
Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) provides the following guides and resources for this 188.8.131.52 release:
The following guides are relevant to Oracle AIA development activities and are provided as a part of the overall Oracle Fusion Middleware 184.108.40.206 documentation library:
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The Application Integration Architecture (AIA) Home page appears after installing Oracle AIA Foundation Pack. For more information, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Installation and Upgrade Guide for Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack 11g Release 1 (220.127.116.11).
Users can set options to enable screen readers, high contrast colors, and large fonts:
Screen Reader: If you are using a screen reader, we recommend that you select the Screen Reader option to ensure that your screen reader can access and read all components of the application. When screen-reader mode is enabled, the application displays a screen-reader optimized view of components. Screen-reader mode may degrade, but not obscure, the display for sighted users. If this option is not enabled, your screen reader may not be able to access and read all components.
High Contrast Colors: Select the High Contrast Colors option to display the application using high-contrast-friendly visual content. Enabling high-contrast mode makes the application compatible with operating systems or browsers that have high-contrast features enabled. For example, the application will change its use of background images and background colors to prevent the loss of visual information. Note that high-contrast mode is more beneficial if it is used in conjunction with your browser's or operating system's high-contrast mode. Also, you may find it beneficial to use the large-font mode along with the high-contrast mode.
Large Fonts: Select the Large Font option to display the application using browser-zoom-friendly content. Enabling large-font mode displays the application using text and containers that are scalable in size. This makes the application compatible with browsers that are set to larger font sizes and to work with browser-zoom capabilities. If you are not using the browser-based large-font mode or zoom capabilities, you should disable this option. Also, you may find it beneficial to use the high-contrast mode along with the large-font mode. If this option is not enabled, most text and many containers will use a fixed size to provide a consistent look.
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