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Oracle® Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Technology Adapters
11g Release 1 (11.1.1.7.0)

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A

ability
SequencingPollingStrategy (Last Read or Last Updated, 9.3.8.1.7
Accessing Distributed Destinations (Queues and Topics) on the WebLogic Server JMS, 8.4.11
compatibility and migration, 8.4.11.4.2
JMS Adapter with Distributed Queues and Distributed Topics, 8.4.11.2
one copy cf a message per adapter endpoint, 8.4.11.4
one copy of a message per application, 8.4.11.3
providing JMS adapter access to distributed destinations, 8.4.11.1
Accessing Distributed Destinations (Queues and Topics) on the WebLogic Server JMS specifying the message selector when defining an activation spec, 8.4.11.4.1
Accessing Queues and Topics Created in 11g from the OC4J 10.1.3.4 Server, 8.4.9
activation agent
singleton, 2.13
ActivationSpec parameters, 4.3.1.7
adapter
adapter support of global transactions, 2.11.2.2
adapter support of local transactions, 2.11.2.1
Adapter Configuration Wizard
configuring the database adapter, 9.8
starting, 4.1.2, 4.1.2, 5.1.2, 5.1.3, 5.1.3, 9.2.2
stored procedures, 9.7.1
using with the AQ adapter, 7.4.1.1
using with the file adapter, 4.1.2, 4.1.3
using with the FTP adapter, 4.1.2, 4.1.3
using with the MQ Series adapter, 10.2.2
using with the socket adapter, 5.1.3
Adapter Configuration wizard
using with the file adapter, 10.2.3
using with the MQ Series adapter, 10.2.3
adapter services
event notification, 1.3.2
metadata interaction, 1.3.3
request-response, 1.3.1
adapters
adding a connection factory, 2.18
asynchronous example, 2.11.3.1.1
asynchronous transaction flow, 2.11.3.1
batching and debatching support, 2.17
checking for rejected messages from database, 2.21.1.2.1
checking for rejected messages from Fusion Middleware Control Console, 2.21.1.2.2
composite availability and inbound adapters, 2.12
CorrelationID of Receive message not matching Invoke, 2.14.1
creating an application server connection, 2.6
creating fault policies, 2.21.1.1.1
defining adapter interface by importing an existing WSDL, 2.3
deploying an Application Profile, 2.7.1
deploying JDeveloper, 2.7
error handling, 2.21
features, 1.1
global transaction retries and rollbacks and fault policies, 2.11.2.2.1
handling deployment plan, 2.9
hot-standby state, 2.13.2
how adapters ensure no memory loss, 2.11
inbound transactions, 2.11.3, 2.11.4
installation, 2.1
integration with Oracle SOA Composite, 3.2.4.2
local transaction and global (XA) transactions, 2.11.2
manually deploying a RAR file, 2.8
message error rejection handlers, 2.21.2.1
migrating repositories, 2.10
monitoring, 3.3
multiple activations of the same adapter endpoint, 2.13.1
outbound transactions, 2.11.5
Payload Native Size, 2.15.1
physical deployment, 2.5
properties
generic, A.7, A.8
Oracle AQ Adapter, A.3
Oracle DB Adapter, A.5
Oracle File Adapter, A.1
Oracle FTP Adapter, A.1
Oracle JMS Adapter, A.4
Oracle MQ Series Adapter, A.6
Oracle Socket Adapter, A.2
wsdlLocation, A.7
recommended setting for data sources, 2.20
rejecting nonmatching Native Correlation IDs, 2.14.1.1
setting the trace levels, 2.23
singleton (active/passive) inbound endpoint lifecycle support, 2.13
specifying Inbound retry properties in the composite.xml file, 2.21.2.2.2
starting and stopping, 2.2
streaming large payload, 2.16
synchronous transaction flow, 2.11.3.2
testing applications, 2.22
types, 1.2
types of adapter services, 1.3
using header properties, 2.4
viewing logs, 2.24
XA transaction support, 2.11.1
adding a connection factory
creating a connection pool, 2.18.2
creating a data source, 2.18.1
adding a third-party JMS provider for non-Web Logic server JMS and non-AQJMS connection instances, 8.4.1.4.2
adding or updating an adapter connection factory, 2.19
ADT payload types
AQ adapter, 7.2.3
after-read strategy
database adapter, 9.2.10
APIs, 9.7.1.2
AQ adapter
ADT payload types, 7.2.3
AQ header properties, 7.2.2
correlation identifier, 7.2.1
dequeue mode, 7.2.2
dequeuetimeout property, 7.2.9
DOM 2 compliance, 7.2.6
enqueue-specific features, 7.2.1
error handling support, 7.2.13
features, 7.2, 7.2
inbound retries, 7.2.12
integration with Oracle BPEL Process Manager, 7.1.1
integration with Oracle Mediator, 7.1.2
introduction, 7.1
message priority, 7.2.1
message-size aware, 7.2.7
multiconsumer queue, 7.2.1
multiple inbound polling threads, 7.2.10
multiple receiver threads, 7.2.8
normalized message support, 7.2.5
payload schema, 7.2.4
performance tuning, 7.2.14
stream payload support, 7.2.11
use cases, 7.4.1, 7.4.2, 7.4.3
AQ header properties
AQ adapter, 7.2.2
arrayIdentifierLength
construct, 6.2.1
arrayLength
construct, 6.2.1
arrays
native schema, 6.2.2.5
arrayTerminatedBy
construct, 6.2.1
assembling or wire inbound adapter, BPEL and Outbound adapter reference, 4.5.6.5
assign
construct, 6.2.1

B

batch processing
support with the file and FTP adapters, 4.3.1.3, 4.3.4.3
batching
definition, 4.3.1.3.4
BPEL Process Manager
integration with inbound interaction, 3.2.3.5
integration with outbound interaction, 3.2.3.4
overview, 3.2.1
byteOrder
construct, 6.2.1

C

cellSeparatedBy
construct, 6.2.1
choiceCondition
construct, 6.2.1
chunkedRead
definition, 4.2.5
supported with file and FTP adapters, 4.2.5
clauses
clauses to add to impact the sign position in COBOL Copybook, 6.1.1.5
supported COBOL Copybook clauses, 6.1.1.5
COBOL Copybook
clauses to add to impact the sign position, 6.1.1.5
definition, 6.1.1.5
multiple root levels, 6.4.9
Native Format Builder wizard support, 6.1.1.5
numeric types, 6.4.9
single root level, virtual decimal, fixed length array, 6.4.9
supported clauses, 6.1.1.5
use cases, 6.4.9
user inputs, 6.1.1.5
variable length array, 6.4.9
complex structure
native schema, 6.4.3
conditional processing
native schema, 6.2.2.6
conditionValue
construct, 6.2.1
configuration properties
for socket adapter, 5.4.1
configuring
socket adapter, 5.4
configuring a custom adapter, 2.26.1
configuring oracle JMS adapter use case, 8.4.1
creating an application and a SOA project, 8.4.1.1
constructs
arrayIdentifierLength, 6.2.1
arrayLength, 6.2.1
arrayTerminatedBy, 6.2.1
assign, 6.2.1
byteOrder, 6.2.1
cellSeparatedBy, 6.2.1
choiceCondition, 6.2.1
conditionValue, 6.2.1
dataLines, 6.2.1
dateFormat, 6.2.1
encodeLineTerminators, 6.2.1
encoding, 6.2.1
fieldValidation, 6.2.1
headerLines, 6.2.1
headerLinesTerminatedBy, 6.2.1
identifierLength, 6.2.1
itemSeparatedBy, 6.2.1
leftsurroundedBy, 6.2.1
length, 6.2.1
listTerminatedBy, 6.2.1
lookAhead, 6.2.1
native schema, 6.2.1
outboundHeader, 6.2.1
paddedBy, 6.2.1
padStyle, 6.2.1
parseBom, 6.2.1
quotedBy, 6.2.1
rightsurroundedBy, 6.2.1
skip, 6.2.1
skipLines, 6.2.1
skipUntil, 6.2.1
standalone, 6.2.1
startsWith, 6.2.1
stream, 6.2.1
style, 6.2.1
surroundedBy, 6.2.1
terminatedBy, 6.2.1
uniqueMessageSeparator, 6.2.1
useArrayIdentifiers, 6.2.1
validateNxsd, 6.2.1
validation, 6.2.1
variable, 6.2.1
variables, 6.2.1
version, 6.2.1
xmlversion, 6.2.1
control table
database adapter, 9.4.2.2
correlation identifier
AQ adapter, 7.2.1
Correlation Schemas, 10.4.3
Correlation Support Within Adapters, 2.14
creating a custom adapter, 2.26
custom adapter screen flow, 2.26.1.1
creating database connections, 9.7.2.3
creating relationships
database adapter, 9.2.7
CSV
native schema, 6.4.1
cursor variable, 9.3.3
Custom Java handler, 2.21.2.1.3

D

database adapter
after-read strategy, 9.2.10
concepts, 9.4
control table, 9.4.2.2
creating relationships, 9.2.7
creating the attribute filter, 9.2.8
datatype conversions, 9.7.4.2, 9.7.5.1
defining keys, 9.2.6
defining the WHERE clause, 9.2.9
deleting the rows that were read, 9.2.10.1
deployment, 9.5
design overview, 9.1.2
entering the SQL string for the Pure SQL operation, 9.2.13
features, 9.1.1, 9.3
performance tuning, 9.3.9
proxy authentication support, 9.3.4
Pure SQL - XML type support, 9.3.2
row set support (strongly typed XSD), 9.3.3
row set support (weakly typed XSD), 9.3.3
scalability, 9.3.8
schema validation, 9.3.6
streaming large payload, 9.3.5
transaction support, 9.3.1
function return values, 9.7.5.3
importing and selecting tables, 9.2.5
integration with Oracle BPEL Process Manager, 9.1.1.1
introduction, 9.1
last updated, 9.4.2.2
logical delete, 9.4.2.2
mapping any relational schema to any XML schema types, 9.4.1.2
merge operations, 9.4.2.1
null values, 9.7.5.2
operation type, 9.2.4
physical delete, 9.4.2.2
polling strategies, 9.4.2.2
processing ResultSets, 9.7.6.1
query by example operations, 9.4.2.1
querying over multiple tables, 9.4.1.3
relational types to XML schema types, 9.4.1.1
relational-to-XML mappings, 9.4.1
returning an INTEGER status value, 9.7.6.2
row set support
strongly typed XSD, 9.7.7.1
weakly typed XSD, 9.7.7.2
sequencing table, 9.2.10.3, 9.4.2.2
specifying advanced options, 9.2.12
specifying polling options, 9.2.11
SQL operations as Web services, 9.4.2
stored procedures and functions, 9.7, 9.7.4
support for PL/SQL Boolean, PL/SQL record, and PL/SQL table types, 9.7.7.3
supported third-party databases, 9.7.2
update a field in the table, 9.2.10.2
value binding, 9.7.4.1
walkthrough of the Adapter Configuration Wizard, 9.2
database connection
configuring in the weblogic-ra.xml file, 9.2.3
database operations
DML operations, 9.4.2.1
dataLines
construct, 6.2.1
datatype conversions
database adapter, 9.7.4.2, 9.7.5.1
dateFormat
construct, 6.2.1
dates
native schema, 6.2.2.7
debatching
definition, 4.2.4, 4.3.1.3.4
supported with file and FTP adapters, 4.2.4
defining keys
database adapter, 9.2.6
deleting rows that were read
database adapter, 9.2.10.1
delimited format
Native Format Builder wizard support, 6.1.1.1
deployment
of database adapter, 9.5
packaged-application dapters, 1.2.3.4
technology adapters, 1.2.1.4
dequeue mode
AQ adapter, 7.2.2
design time
technology adapters, 1.2.1.2
detectOmissions Feature, 9.3.10
disributed destination
FactoryProperty, 8.4.11
distribiuted destination
SubscriptionSharingPolicy, 8.4.11.1
distributed destination, 8.4.11, 8.4.11, 8.4.11
ClientIDPolicy property, 8.4.11.1
durable subscription, 8.4.11.2
enabling Client ID sharing, 8.4.11.1
endpoint deactivation, 8.4.11.2
FactoryProperty
EXCLUSIVE, 8.4.11.1
SHARABLE, 8.4.11.1
inbound queues, 8.4.11.2
JMS messages, 8.4.11.2
message selector defined in an activation spec
example, 8.4.11.4.1
outbound errors, 8.4.11.2
specifying one copy of a message per application or per endpoint, 8.4.11.1
distributed destinations
sharing Durable subscriptions, 8.4.11.1
distributed polling
SKIP LOCKED, 9.3.8.1
tuning on single node first, 9.3.8.2
Distribution List Support, 10.4.4
DML operations
merge, 9.4.2.1
query by example, 9.4.2.1
with the database adapter, 9.4.2.1
DTD format
Native Format Builder wizard support, 6.1.1.4
dynamic outbound directory and file name specification, 4.2.7

E

encodeLineTerminators
construct, 6.2.1
encoding
construct, 6.2.1
definition, 5.3.3
supported with socket adapter, 5.3.3
enqueue-specific features
AQ adapter, 7.2.1
error handling
message errors, 2.21.1.2.3
rejected messages, 2.21.1

F

fieldValidation
construct, 6.2.1
File adapter
creating a synchronous BPEL composite using the File Adapter, 4.5.14
file adapter
ActivationSpec parameters, 4.3.1.7
architecture, 4.1.1
archiving successfully processed files, 4.3.1.2.2
batch processing, 4.3.4.3
batching multiple inbound messages, 4.3.1.3.4
batching multiple outbound files, 4.3.2.2.6
concepts, 4.3
file listing, 4.3.4
file listing operation, 4.3.4.1
file listing using an invoke activity, 4.3.8
file polling, 4.3.1.4
file read, 4.3.1
file read operation, 4.2.3
file write, 4.3.2
synchronous reads using an invoke activity, 4.3.3
configuring
for high availability, 4.4.2
dynamic outbound directory names, 4.3.2.2.3
dynamic outbound file names, 4.3.2.2.5
features, 4.2, 4.2.1
batch processing, 4.3.1.3
binary data format support, 4.2.1
Cobol Copybook format support, 4.2.1
delimited format support, 4.2.1
file formats supported, 4.2.1
fixed positional format support, 4.2.1
high availability, 4.2.18
opaque support, 4.2.1
supported formats, 4.2.1
supported naming patterns, 4.3.1.3.1
inbound direction, 4.3.1.1
inbound headers, 4.3.1.8
including and excluding files, 4.3.1.3.2, 4.3.4.3.2
introduction, 4.1
limitations on outbound file name lengths, 4.3.2.2.1
logical and physical directory paths, 4.3.1.2.1, 4.3.2.2.1, 4.3.4.2.1
outbound file directory, 4.3.2.2
outbound file naming conventions, 4.3.2.2.4
outbound headers, 4.3.2.5
outbound WSDL file, 4.3.2.4
securing Enterprise Information System credentials, 4.2.22
supported naming patterns, 4.3.4.3.1
translating native data, 4.3.1.6
write read operation, 4.2.3
file error handler, 2.21.2.1.5
file listing
using the file adapter in an invoke activity, 4.3.8
file names
limitations on file adapter outbound file name lengths, 4.3.2.2.1
file polling, 4.3.1.4
file sorting
definition, 4.2.6
supported with file and FTP adapters, 4.2.6
file-based triggers
supported with file and FTP adapters, 4.2.13
fixed length data
native schema, 6.2.2.1
fixed length structure
native schema, 6.4.2
fixed-length positional format
Native Format Builder wizard support, 6.1.1.2
FTP adapter
ActivationSpec parameters, 4.3.1.7
architecture, 4.1.1
archiving successfully processed files, 4.3.1.2.2
batch processing, 4.3.4.3
batching multiple inbound messages, 4.3.1.3.4
batching multiple outbound files, 4.3.2.2.6
concepts, 4.3
file listing operation, 4.3.4.1
file polling, 4.3.1.4
file read, 4.3.1
file read operation, 4.2.3
file write, 4.3.2
filelisting, 4.3.8
put file, 4.3.6
specifying connection information to an FTP server, 4.3.5
synchronous get file, 4.3.7
configuring
for high availability, 4.4.2
dynamic outbound directory names, 4.3.2.2.3
dynamic outbound file names, 4.3.2.2.5
features, 4.2
batch processing, 4.3.1.3
binary data format support, 4.2.1
Cobol Copybook format support, 4.2.1
delimited format support, 4.2.1
file formats supported, 4.2.1
fixed positional format support, 4.2.1
high availability, 4.2.18
opaque support, 4.2.1
supported formats, 4.2.1
supported naming patterns, 4.3.1.3.1
XML format support, 4.2.1
file inbound file directory, 4.3.2.2
file modification times, 4.3.5
file write operation, 4.2.3
inbound direction, 4.3.1.1, 4.3.5
inbound headers, 4.3.1.8
including and excluding files, 4.3.1.3.2, 4.3.4.3.2
installing and configuring OpenSSL for Solaris and Linux, 4.4.3.2.1
installing and configuring OpenSSL for Windows, 4.4.3.3.1
installing and configuring vsftpd, 4.4.3.2.2
introduction, 4.1
logical and physical directory paths, 4.3.1.2.1, 4.3.2.2.1, 4.3.4.2.1
outbound direction, 4.3.6
outbound file naming conventions, 4.3.2.2.4
outbound headers, 4.3.2.5
outbound WSDL file, 4.3.2.4
restrictions on use of RESTART and RECOVERY commands, 4.3.5
secure FTP overview, 4.4.3.1
securing Enterprise Information System credentials, 4.2.22
serverType property for determining line separations during file transfers, 4.3.5
SSL, 4.4.3
supported naming patterns, 4.3.4.3.1
translating native data, 4.3.1.6
using secure FTP, 4.4.3
FTP server
specifying connection information to, 4.3.5
function return values
database adapter, 9.7.5.3

H

header variables
specifying, 4.3.2.2.3, 4.3.2.2.5
headerLines
construct, 6.2.1
headerLinesTerminatedBy
construct, 6.2.1
high availability
configuring file and FTP adapters, 4.4.2
supported with file and FTP adapters, 4.2.18
high availability in Inbound operations with File and FTP Adapters, 4.4.2.2
high-availability
adapters, 2.12
composites, 2.12
inbound adapters, 2.12
singleton (active/passive) inbound endpoint lifecycle support, 2.13

I

identifierLength
construct, 6.2.1
importing tables
database adapter, 9.2.5
inbound interaction, 1.3.2
inbound interaction error handling, 2.21.2
inbound non-retryable errors, 2.21.2.3
Inbound Retryable Errors, 2.21.2.2
inbound retryable errors
configuring inbound adapters to handle retryable errors, 2.21.2.2.1
inbound service
inbound direction for file and FTP adapters, 4.3.1.7
installing and configuring OpenSSH for Windows, 4.4.4.2
integration
Oracle Fusion Middleware, 3.2
wls, 3.1
integration with BPEL Process Manager
use case, 3.2.3.6
Integration with CICS, 10.4.8
invoke activity
file listing using the file adapter, 4.3.8
synchronous reads using the file adapter, 4.3.3
itemSeparatedBy
construct, 6.2.1

J

Java pattern letters
supported with file and FTP adapters, 4.3.2.2.4
JDK regular expressions
supported with the file and FTP adapters, 4.3.1.3.1, 4.3.1.3.2, 4.3.4.3.1
JMS adapter
accessing queues and topics, 8.4.6
AQ JMS text message, 8.4.8
concepts, 8.3
destination property, 8.3.3
header properties, 8.3.5
point-to-point, 8.3.1
publish/subscribe, 8.3.2
structure of a JMS message, 8.3.4
configuring JMS adapter with IBM WebSphere MQ JMS, 8.4.3
Non-XA Data Sources, 8.4.3.1
XA Data Sources, 8.4.3.2
configuring JMS adapter with TIBCO JMS, 8.4.2
Direct Connection, 8.4.2.2
NonDirect Connection, 8.4.2.1
features, 8.2
generated WSDL files, 8.4.1.3
integration with Oracle BPEL Process Manager, 8.1.1
integration with Oracle Mediator, 8.1.2
introduction, 8.1
performance tuning, 8.2
produce message procedure, 8.4.1.5
synchronous/asynchronous request reply interaction pattern, 8.4.7
use cases, 8.4
weblogic-ra.xml file, 8.4.1.4
WLS JMS text message, 8.4.5
JMS Queue, 2.21.2.1.4

L

last updated
database adapter, 9.4.2.2
leftsurroundedBy
construct, 6.2.1
legacy adapters
architecture, 1.2.2.1
deployment, 1.2.2.4
design-time components, 1.2.2.2
run-time components, 1.2.2.3
length
construct, 6.2.1
lists
native schema, 6.2.2.4
listTerminatedBy
construct, 6.2.1
logical delete
database adapter, 9.4.2.2
logical directory paths, 4.3.1.2.1, 4.3.2.2.1, 4.3.4.2.1
lookAhead
construct, 6.2.1

M

MarkReservedValue, 9.3.8.1.6
merge
DML operations, 9.4.2.1
Message Delivery Failure Options, 10.4.6
message priority
AQ adapter, 7.2.1
Message Properties
Message Expiry, 10.4.2.3
Message Format, 10.4.2.2
Message Persistence, 10.4.2.5
Message Priority, 10.4.2.4
Messages Types, 10.4.2.1
Message Segmentation, 10.4.7
Messages Type
Normal Message, 10.4.2.1
Reply Message, 10.4.2.1
Report Message, 10.4.2.1
Request Message, 10.4.2.1
Messaging Scenarios
Dequeue Message, 10.4.1.2
Request-Response Synchronous (Oracle BPEL Process Manager as Server), 10.4.1.4
Enqueue Message, 10.4.1.1
Request-Reply Asynchronous (Oracle BPEL Process Manager as Server), 10.4.1.5
Request-Response (Oracle BPEL Process Manager as a Client, 10.4.1.3
Request-Response Synchronous (Oracle Enterprise Service Bus as Server), 10.4.1.6
MQ Series
creating an adapter service that will dequeue the message from a queue, 10.6.2.3
creating an outbound adapter service, 10.6.3.4
designing the SOA composite, 10.6.2.2
MQ Series Adapter Configuration, 10.5
Adding jar Files to the Oracle MQ Series Adapter Classpath, 10.5.1
backout queue, 10.3.9.2
performance tuning, 10.3.10
RFH2 header, 10.3.1
weblogic-ra.xml, 10.5.2
XA transaction, 10.3.3
XA recovery, 10.3.3.1
MQ Series Concepts, 10.1, 10.1.1, 11.1
Application Data, 10.1.1
Cluster, 10.1
Enqueue/Dequeue, 10.1
Message, 10.1
Message Channel, 10.1
Message Group, 10.1
Message Header, 10.1.1
Message Queue, 10.1
Message Segment, 10.1
Messaging, 10.1
Optional Header, 10.1.1
Queue Manager, 10.1
Request/Response, 10.1
Transmission Queue, 10.1
MQ Series wiring services and activities, 10.6.1.5
MQ Seroes
inbound Synchronous Request-Reply, 10.6.2
multiconsumer queue
AQ adapter, 7.2.1

N

namespaces
schema must have a namespace, 4.3.1.6, 10.4.1.1
naming patterns
supported with the file and FTP adapters, 4.3.1.3.1, 4.3.4.3.1
native correlation
about, 2.14
rejectUncorrelatedMessages, 2.14.1.1
Native Format Builder wizard
COBOL Copybook format support, 6.1.1.5
creating native schema files, 6.1
delimited format support, 6.1.1.1
DTD format support, 6.1.1.4
fixed-length positional format, 6.1.1.2
starting, 4.3.1.6, 10.4.1.1
supported formats, 6.1.1
Native MQ Series Adapter, 10.2
Concepts, 10.4
Configuring, 10.5
Correlation Schemas, 10.4.3
Distribution List Support, 10.4.4
Integration with CICS, 10.4.8
Integration with Oracle BPEL Process Manager, 10.2.2
Integration with Oracle Mediator, 10.2.3
Message Delivery Failure Options, 10.4.6
Message Properties, 10.4.2
Message Segmentation, 10.4.7
Messaging Scenarios, 10.4.1
Need, 10.2.1, 11.1.1
Report Messages, 10.4.5
native schema files
creating, 6.1
native schemas
arrayIdentifierLength construct, 6.2.1
arrayLength construct, 6.2.1
arrays, 6.2.2.5
arrayTerminatedBy construct, 6.2.1
assign construct, 6.2.1
byteOrder construct, 6.2.1
cellSeparatedBy construct, 6.2.1
choiceCondition construct, 6.2.1
complex structure, 6.4.3
conditional processing, 6.2.2.6
conditionValue construct, 6.2.1
constructs, 6.2.1
CSV, 6.4.1
dataLines construct, 6.2.1
dateFormat construct, 6.2.1
dates, 6.2.2.7
encodeLineTerminators construct, 6.2.1
encoding construct, 6.2.1
fieldValidation construct, 6.2.1
fixed length data, 6.2.2.1
fixed length structure, 6.4.2
headerLines construct, 6.2.1
headerLinesTerminatedBy construct, 6.2.1
identifierLength construct, 6.2.1
itemSeparatedBy construct, 6.2.1
leftsurroundedBy construct, 6.2.1
length construct, 6.2.1
lists, 6.2.2.4
listTerminatedBy construct, 6.2.1
lookAheadconstruct, 6.2.1
outboundHeader construct, 6.2.1
paddedBy construct, 6.2.1
padStyle construct, 6.2.1
parseBom construct, 6.2.1
quotedBy construct, 6.2.1
rightsurroundedBy construct, 6.2.1
separated value file structure, 6.4.1.1
skip construct, 6.2.1
skipLines construct, 6.2.1
skipUntil construct, 6.2.1
standalone construct, 6.2.1
startsWith construct, 6.2.1
stream construct, 6.2.1
style construct, 6.2.1
surrounded data, 6.2.2.3
surroundedBy construct, 6.2.1
terminated data, 6.2.2.2
terminatedBy construct, 6.2.1
uniqueMessageSeparator construct, 6.2.1
useArrayIdentifiers construct, 6.2.1
validateNxsd construct, 6.2.1
validation construct, 6.2.1
variable construct, 6.2.1
variables, 6.2.2.8
variables construct, 6.2.1
version construct, 6.2.1
xmlversion construct, 6.2.1
normalized messages
native correlation, 2.14
null values
database adapter, 9.7.5.2

O

opaque format
supported with file and FTP adapters, 4.2.1
OpenSSL
installing and configuring for Solaris and Linux, 4.4.3.2.1
installing and configuring for Windows, 4.4.3.3.1
Oracle AQ Adapter Properties, A.3
Oracle Database Adapter Properties, A.5
Oracle File and FTP Adapters
File Formats, 4.2.1
FTP Servers, 4.2.2
Inbound and Outbound Interaction, 4.2.3
Oracle File and FTP Adapters Properties, A.1
Oracle FTP Adapter
configuring a pipeline, 4.2.14.2
configuring batch notification handler, 4.2.14.4
Nontransactional, 4.2.9
Payload Support, 4.2.12
Security, 4.2.8
Oracle FtP Adapter
proxy support, 4.2.10
Oracle Fusion Middleware
integration with adapters, 3.2.3
Oracle JCA Adapter for Files
See file adapter, 4
Oracle JCA Adapter for FTP
See FTP adapter, 4
Oracle JCA Adapter for Sockets
See socket adapter, 5
Oracle JMS Adapter Properties, A.4
Oracle Mediator
overview, 3.2.2
Oracle SOA Composite
integration with adapters, 3.2.4
overview, 3.2.4.1
Oracle Socket Adapter Properties, A.2
Oracle UMS Adapter, 11
OracleAS Adapter for AQ
See AQ adapter, 7
Oralcle File and FTP Adapters
File Debatching, 4.2.4
outbound adapter interaction error handling, 2.21.3
outbound interaction, 1.3.1
outboundHeader
construct, 6.2.1
OutputCompletedXml Feature, 9.3.11
overloading, 9.7.1.2

P

packaged-application adapters
architecture, 1.2.3.1
deployment, 1.2.3.4
design-time components, 1.2.3.2
run-time components, 1.2.3.3
paddedBy
construct, 6.2.1
padStyle
construct, 6.2.1
parseBom
construct, 6.2.1
payload
size threshold, 2.15
streaming, 2.16
payload schema
AQ adapter, 7.2.4
payload size
changing global payload size to a finite value, 2.15.1.2.1
limitations, 2.15.1.2
payloadSizeThreshold, 2.15.1.1
performance tuning
AQ adapter, 7.2.14
database adapter, 9.3.9
file adapters, 4.2.17
FTP adapters, 4.2.17
JMS adapter, 8.2
MQ Series adapter, 10.3.10
socket adapter, 5.3.4
physical delete
database adapter, 9.4.2.2
polling strategies
database adapter, 9.4.2.2
pre-processing and post-processing
supported with file and FTP adapters, 4.2.14
produce message procedure
JMS adapter, 8.4.1.5

Q

query by example
DML operations, 9.4.2.1
quotedBy
construct, 6.2.1

R

REF CURSOR support, 9.3.3
regex constructs
supported, 4.3.1.3.1, 4.3.1.3.2, 4.3.4.3.1
rejected messages
checking, 2.21.1.2
configuring, 2.21.1.1
rejectUncorrelatedMessages, 2.14.1.1
relational-to-XML mappings
for database adapter, 9.4.1
Report Messages, 10.4.5
Confirmation on Arrival, 10.4.5
Confirmation on Delivery, 10.4.5
Exception Report, 10.4.5
Expiry Report, 10.4.5
Negative Action Notification, 10.4.5
Positive Action Notification, 10.4.5
rightsurroundedBy
construct, 6.2.1
row set
about, 9.3.3
cursor variable, 9.3.3
strongly typed XSD, 9.3.3, 9.7.7.1
weakly typed XSD, 9.3.3, 9.7.7.2
row set support
database adapter, 9.7.7.1, 9.7.7.2
strongly typed XSD, 9.7.7.1
weakly typed XSD, 9.7.7.2
run time
packaged-application adapters, 1.2.3.3
technology adapters, 1.2.1.3

S

scal, 9.3.8.1.7
scalability
distributed polling
MarkReservedValue, 9.3.8.1.6
SKIP LOCKED, 9.3.8.1
tuning on single node first, 9.3.8.2
schemas
must have a namespace, 4.3.1.6, 10.4.1.1
secure FTP
using with the FTP adapter, 4.4.3
separated value file structure
native schema, 6.4.1.1
sequencing table
database adapter, 9.4.2.2
sequencing table updates
database adapter, 9.2.10.3
serverType property
determines line separations during file transfers, 4.3.5
service names
creating, 4.1.2, 4.1.3, 5.1.3, 10.2.2, 10.2.3
setting the Trace Level of Oracle JCA Adapters, 2.23.1
setting up Oracle FTP Adapter for SFTP, 4.4.4.3
SFTP Overview, 4.4.4.1
singleton, 2.13
singleton (active/passive) inbound endpoint lifecycle support, 2.13
skip
construct, 6.2.1
SKIP LOCKED, 9.3.8.1
skipLines
construct, 6.2.1
skipUntil
construct, 6.2.1
Socket Adapter
creating an outbound Oracle Socket Adapter reference, 5.4.3.2
specifying a TCP port in a configuration plan, 5.4.4
socket adapter
architecture, 5.1.1
communication modes, 5.3.1
inbound receive, 5.3.1.3
inbound synchronous request/response, 5.3.1.1
outbound invoke, 5.3.1.4
outbound synchronous request/response, 5.3.1.2
concepts, 5.3
byte order, 5.3.3
character encoding, 5.3.3
defining protocols, 5.3.2
configuring, 5.4
configuration properties, 5.4.1
designing XSL using the XSLT mapper tool, 5.4.3
modeling a handshake, 5.4.2
weblogic-ra.xml file, 5.4.1
defining protocols
handshake mechanism using custom Java code, 5.3.2.2
handshake mechanism using style sheet, 5.3.2.1
without handshake mechanism, 5.3.2.3
designing XSL
for inbound synchronous request/reply, 5.4.3.1
for outbound synchronous request/reply, 5.4.3.2
features, 5.2
integration with Oracle BPEL Process Manager, 4.1.4, 5.1.3, 5.1.4
integration with Oracle Mediator, 5.1.2
integration with SOA composite, 4.1.4, 5.1.4
introduction, 5.1
modeling an inbound handshake, 5.4.2.2
modeling an outbound handshare, 5.4.2.1
performance tuning, 5.3.4
sorting
definition, 4.2.6
supported with file and FTP adapters, 4.2.6
SSL
installing and configuring OpenSSL for Solaris and Linux, 4.4.3.2.1
installing and configuring OpenSSL for Windows, 4.4.3.3.1
installing and configuring vsftpd, 4.4.3.2.2
secure FTP overview, 4.4.3.1
using secure FTP with the FTP adapter, 4.4.3
standalone
construct, 6.2.1
startsWith
construct, 6.2.1
stored procedures and functions
artifcat generation, 9.7.3
complex user-defined types, 9.7.3.6
JCA file, 9.7.3.2
object references, 9.7.3.8
object type inheritance, 9.7.3.7
Oracle data types, 9.7.3.3
referencing types in other schemas, 9.7.3.9
user-defined types, 9.7.3.5
WSDL and XSD, 9.7.3.1
XSD attributes, 9.7.3.4
XSD pruning optimization, 9.7.3.10
database adapter, 9.7
invocation at run time, 9.7.5
overloaded procedures, 9.7.1.2
run time, 9.7.4
searching for, 9.7.1.1
third-party database functionality at run time, 9.7.6
stream
construct, 6.2.1
style
construct, 6.2.1
supported third-party databases
DB2 Data Types, 9.7.2.2.2
IBM DB2 AS/400, 9.7.2.2.3
Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and 2005, 9.7.2.2.1
MySQL v5.x and v6.x, 9.7.2.2.4
terms used, 9.7.2.1, 9.7.2.2
surrounded data
native schema, 6.2.2.3
surroundedBy
construct, 6.2.1
synchronous reads
using the file adapter in an invoke activity, 4.3.3

T

technology adapters
architecture, 1.2.1.1
deployment, 1.2.1.4
design-time components, 1.2.1.2
run-time components, 1.2.1.3
terminated data
native schema, 6.2.2.2
terminatedBy
construct, 6.2.1
threading models
supported with file and FTP adapters, 4.2.16
translation
native data, 4.3.2.3
not required, 4.3.1.6, 10.4.1.1
of native data, 4.3.1.6
requires native schemas, 6.1
translator
converts native data to XML and back, 4.2.1

U

UMS Adapter
concepts, 11.2.1
email attachments, 11.2.2.4
inbound features, 11.2
Interaction Specification, 11.2.1
Java Callout, 11.2
JCA architecture, 11.1.1
Message Filters, 11.2
message headers and mime types, 11.2.2.3.4
outbound features, 11.2
payload, 11.2.2.3.4
Polling/Listener interface, 11.2
singleString.xsd, 11.2.1
Use Cases for Custom Java Callou, 11.2.1.1.1
using a JNDI name configured to use XA with LRC optimization, 11.2.2.1
UMS Adapter error handling and transactions, 11.2.2
UMS client applications, 11.1
UMS Drivers, 11.1
UMS Server, 11.1
uniqueMessageSeparator
construct, 6.2.1
updating a field in a table
database adapter, 9.2.10.2
use cases
database adapter, 9.8.1
file and FTP adapters, 4.5
JMS adapter, 8.4
socket adapter, 5.5
stored procedures, 9.8.2
using the AQ adapter, 7.4.1
using the AQ adapter ADT queue, 7.4.2
using the AQ adapter RAW queue, 7.4.3
useArrayIdentifiers
construct, 6.2.1
using the Native Format Translator for removing or adding namespaces to XML with no namespace, 6.4.4

V

validateNxsd
construct, 6.2.1
validation
construct, 6.2.1
value binding
database adapter, 9.7.4.1
variable
construct, 6.2.1
variables
construct, 6.2.1
native schema, 6.2.2.8
version
construct, 6.2.1
vsftpd server
installing and configuring, 4.4.3.2.2

W

Web Service rejection handler, 2.21.2.1.2
Web services
SQL operations as, 9.4.2
weblogic-ra.xml file, 10.5.2, 11.2.2
configuring a database connection in, 9.2.3
for socket adapter, 5.4.1
JMS connection factory definitions, 8.4.1.4
modifying, 5.4.1
WHERE clause
database adapter, 9.2.9
WLS
integration with adapters, 3.1.2
overview, 3.1.1
WLS JMS Text Message
meeting prerequisites, 8.4.5.1
creating an application and an SOA project, 8.4.5.3
creating an Application Server connection, 8.4.5.2, 8.4.5.5, 8.4.5.6
creating an inbound adapter service, 8.4.5.4
creating queues in the Oracle WebLogic Server administration console, 8.4.5.1.1
creating the Q2Qorders.xsd file, 8.4.5.1.2
deploying with JDeveloper, 8.4.8.7
monitoring using the Fusion Middleware Control Console, 8.4.8.8
WSDL, 1.2.3.1
WSDL file
outbound direction for file and FTP adapters, 4.3.2.4
WSDL files
JMS adapter, 8.4.1.3
specifying logical directory paths, 4.3.1.2.1, 4.3.2.2.1, 4.3.4.2.1
wsdlLocation, A.7

X

XML format support, 4.2.1
xmlversion
construct, 6.2.1