Provides overview, installation, deinstallation, configuration, and troubleshooting information for Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Business Process Management. Images and descriptions for each installation and deinstallation screen are also provided.
This document provides instructions for installing Oracle SOA Suite, then creating a WebLogic Server Domain for Oracle SOA Suite, then extending that domain to include Oracle BAM. Instructions for deinstalling the software are also included.
Introduces you to the basic principles of service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Oracle SOA Suite. It describes the components of Oracle SOA Suite, and provides a high-level understanding of what you can accomplish with the suite.
The Oracle Fusion Middleware High Availability Guide provides high availability conceptual information as well as administration and configuration procedures for administrators, developers, and others whose role is to deploy and manage Oracle Fusion Middleware with high availability requirements.
Documentation for process participants, process owners, administrators, and supervisors using either Oracle Business Process Management Workspace or Oracle Business Process Management Process Spaces to act on tasks, activity guides, and process instances.
Provides information on using Oracle Technology Adapters. Oracle Application Server Adapters support a robust, light-weight, highly scalable, and standards-based integration framework, which enables disparate applications to communicate with each other.
Documentation for developers that describes how to create and configure Oracle SOA Suite for healthcare integration applications that map and transmit information between disparate healthcare systems. This document also describes how to monitor and manage deployed Oracle Healthcare applications.
Documentation for report creators that describes how to create and format reports, use and format data in views, and organize and share reports in Oracle Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) using Oracle BAM Active Studio and Oracle BAM Active Viewer.
Provides information about using and developing applications for Oracle Business Rules which makes processes and applications more flexible by enabling business analysts and non-developers to easily define and modify business logic without programming.
The Oracle Business Rules Language Reference Guide contains a detailed and complete reference to the Oracle Business Rules RL Language syntax, semantics, and built-in functions. You can create and edit the Oracle Rules language directly but the language is normally generated by high-level tools.
Describes the Oracle Continuous Query Language (CQL) used to query event streams in Oracle Event Processing applications. Oracle CQL is an extension to and partial subset of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Standards Organization (ISO) SQL:1999 standard.
Documentation for administrators that describes how to manage the Oracle Service Bus (OSB) runtime environment, including service configuration, configuring message flow, message transformation with XQuery, XSLT, and MFL, import and export, monitoring, reporting, and global JNDI resource management.
Documentation for developers that describes how to use the Oracle Service Bus (OSB) development environment (IDE) to create and configure proxy and business services, Split-Joins, create message flows, perform message transformation with XQuery, XSLT, and MFL, configure transports, work with JCA adapters, create custom transports, configure security using WS-Security, use the Oracle Service Bus API, and create global JNDI resources.