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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Concepts and Technologies Guide for Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack
11g Release 1 (11.1.1.7)

Part Number E17363-07
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A

ABCS
application interfaces, 4.4.3
architecture, 4.2, 4.4
BPEL, 4.6.2
characteristics, 4.3
customizing processing, 4.7
definition
extending processing, 4.7
implementation, 4.5
implementation technologies, 4.6
internationalization, 4.4.8
localization, 4.4.8
message consolidation and decomposition, 4.4.9
Oracle Mediator, 4.6.1
participating application's service granularity, 4.4.1
participating applications invoking, 4.9
processing multiple instances, 4.8
provider, 4.1, 4.5.2
requester, 4.1, 4.5.1
responsibilities, 4.1
support for EBMs, 4.4.2
support for insulating the service provider, 4.4.5
support for logging and monitoring, 4.4.4
support for multiple application instances, 4.4.10
support for security, 4.4.6
transformations, 4.10
validations, 4.4.7
VETORO pattern, 4.2
ABCS implementation technologies
BPEL, 4.6.2
Oracle Mediator, 4.6.1
ABCS transformations, 4.10
dynamic data cross-referencing, 4.10.3
implementation approach, 4.10.1
static data cross-referencing, 4.10.2
structural transformation, 4.10.4
Activity Service, 1.7.2
implementing, 1.7.6
AIA
conceptual services, 1.6.2
deliverables, 1.2
features, 1.2
goals, 1.2
integration styles, 1.4
Reference Process Models, 1.5
service artifacts, 1.8
Shared Service Inventory, 1.7
Application Business Connector Service
See ABCS
asynchronous fire-and-forget patterns, 3.8.2
asynchronous operations, 5.1
asynchronous request-delayed response pattern, 5.6
asynchronous request-delayed response patterns, 3.8.3

B

backward compatibility, 7.1.1
bulk data integration, 1.4.5
bulk data replication, 1.3.3
business activity, 1.5.2
business component in EBO, 2.1.1
business process, 1.5.1

C

choosing an integration pattern, 1.3.8
common components
impact of customization, 2.1.2
common components in EBO, 2.1.2
composite business flow, 1.5.4
Composite Business Process, 1.8.1
conceptual services, 1.6.2
customer extensions, 6.2.1
customizing ABCS processing, 4.7

D

data aggregation, 5.5
data enrichment, 5.4
data model, 2.1
Data Service, 1.7.3
implementing, 1.7.7
data-centric integrations, 1.3.3
decision tree for integration patterns, 1.3.8
direct connectivity, 1.4.2
direct integration, 1.4.3
dynamic data cross-referencing, 4.10.3

E

EBF
definition, 1.8.3
processes, 3.6
EBM
action, 2.2.1
architecture, 2.2.1
considerations, 2.2.1
data area element, 2.2.1
definition
header, 2.3
transport protocols, 2.2.1
EBM Header
functions, 2.3
EBO
business component, 2.1.1
characteristics, 2.1
common components, 2.1.2
definition
how they work, 2.1
reference components, 2.1.3
XML schema file format, 2.1
EBS
architecture, 3.5
asynchronous fire-and-forget patterns, 3.8.2
asynchronous request-delayed response patterns, 3.8.3
content-based selection of the service provider, 3.5.3
definition, 1.8.2
implementation, 3.7
message exchange patterns, 3.8
operations, 3.2
overview
purpose, 3.5.4
responsibilities, 3.7.1
substituting one service provider with another, 3.5.2
synchronous request response patterns, 3.8.1
types, 3.4
verbs, 3.3
Enterprise Business Flow
See EBF
Enterprise Business Message
See EBM
Enterprise Business Object
See EBO
Enterprise Business Service
See EBS
entity services, 3.4.1
characteristics, 3.4.1
standard activities, 3.4.1
extending ABCS processing, 4.7
extensibility, 6.1
extensions
customer, 6.2.1
industry-specific, 6.2.2
process, 6.5
routing, 6.6
schema, 6.2
transformation, 6.3
transport/flow, 6.4
extensions in the use case, 6.3.1

F

fire-and-forget, 5.3
message routing, 5.3.1
message splitting and routing, 5.3.2
forward compatibility, 7.1.1

I

implementing extensions
customer-specific, 6.2.1
industry-specific, 6.2.2
industry-specific extensions, 6.2.2
integration
bulk data, 1.4.5
high-volume without Xref table, 1.4.5.1
point-to-point, 1.4.5.1
using Foundation Pack, 1.4.4
with no middleware, 1.4.2
Integration Accelerators, 1.4.1
integration flow concept, 1.3.1
integration styles, 1.3.2
data-centric integrations, 1.3.3
integration through native interfaces, 1.3.4
reference data query, 1.3.6
through Web Services, 1.3.5
interaction patterns
asynchronous request - delayed response pattern, 5.6
data aggregation, 5.5
data enrichment, 5.4
fire-and-forget, 5.3
message exchange patterns, 5.1
message routing, 5.3.1
message splitting and routing, 5.3.2
publish and subscribe, 5.6
request/response, 5.2
synchronous response, 5.2.1

M

major versions, 7.1.1
mediator service, 1.4.4
message exchange patterns, 3.8, 5.1
asynchronous fire-and-forget pattern, 3.8.2
asynchronous operations, 5.1
asynchronous request-delayed response pattern, 3.8.3
synchronous operations, 5.1
synchronous request response pattern, 3.8.1
message routing, 5.3.1
message splitting and routing, 5.3.2
message-level security, 9.1.3
minor versions, 7.1.1

N

namespaces, 7.1.2
naming conventions for service versioning, 7.2.1
native application interfaces, 1.4.2
native interfaces, 1.3.4

O

operations, 3.2
Oracle Application Integration Architecture
See AIA, 1.1
Oracle Data Integrator, 1.3.3.1
Oracle Golden Gate, 1.3.3.1
Oracle Mediator, 4.6.1

P

participating applications invoking ABCS, 4.9
participating applications versioning, 7.3
point-to-point integration, 1.4.5.1
pre-built Integration Accelerators, 1.4.1
Pre-Built Integrations, 1.4.1
process extensions, 6.5
process services, 1.7.1, 3.4.2
characteristics, 3.4.2
implementing, 1.7.5
processing multiple instances, 4.8
provider ABCS, 4.1, 4.5.2
publish and subscribe, 5.6

R

reference components in EBO, 2.1.3
reference data query, 1.3.6
Reference Process Models, 1.5
requester ABCS, 4.1, 4.5.1
request/response, 5.2
synchronous response, 5.2.1
routing extensions, 6.6

S

schema extensions, 6.2
schema in the use case, 6.2.3
schema versioning, 7.1
major, 7.1.1
minor, 7.1.1
namespaces, 7.1.2
security, 9
end-to-end, 9.1.1
message-level, 9.1.3
point-to-point, 9.1.1
transport-level, 9.1.2
service consumer, 1.6.1
service portfolio, 1.6.2
service versioning, 7.2
naming conventions, 7.2.1
Shared Service Inventory, 1.7
static data cross-referencing, 4.10.2
structural transformation, 4.10.4
synchronous operations, 5.1
synchronous request response patterns, 3.8.1
synchronous response, 5.2.1

T

task, 1.5.3
transformation extensions, 6.3
transformations
ABCS, 4.10
dynamic data cross-referencing, 4.10.3
implementation approach, 4.10.1
static data cross-referencing, 4.10.2
structural transformation, 4.10.4
transport/flow extensions, 6.4
transport-level security, 9.1.2

U

use case
extensions, 6.3.1
schema, 6.2.3
Utility Service, 1.7.4

V

verbs, 3.3
versioning
backward compatibility, 7.1.1
forward compatibility, 7.1.1
major, 7.1.1
minor, 7.1.1
namespaces, 7.1.2
participating applications, 7.3
schema, 7.1
service versioning, 7.2
VETORO pattern, 4.2

W

Web Services, 1.3.5