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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Developer's Guide for Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack
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What's New in This Guide for Release

1 Getting Started with the AIA Development Guide

2 Building AIA Integration Flows

3 Working with Project Lifecycle Workbench

4 Working with Service Constructor

5 Harvesting Oracle AIA Content

6 Working with Project Lifecycle Workbench Bills of Material

7 Working with Project Lifecycle Workbench Seed Data

8 Generating Deployment Plans and Deploying Artifacts

9 Generating a Deployment Plan for ODI

10 Developing and Deploying Custom XPath Functions

11 Configuring and Using Oracle Enterprise Repository as the Oracle AIA SOA Repository

12 Annotating Composites

13 Designing and Developing Enterprise Business Services

14 Designing Application Business Connector Services

15 Constructing the ABCS

16 Completing ABCS Development

17 Designing and Constructing Composite Business Processes

18 Designing and Constructing Enterprise Business Flows

19 Introduction to B2B Integration Using AIA

20 Developing and Implementing Outbound B2B Integration Flows

21 Developing and Implementing Inbound B2B Integration Flows

22 Describing the Event Aggregation Programming Model

23 Establishing Resource Connectivity

24 Using Oracle Data Integrator for Bulk Processing

25 Working with Message Transformations

26 Configuring Oracle AIA Processes for Error Handling and Trace Logging

27 Working with AIA Design Patterns

28 Working with Security

29 Best Practices for Designing and Building End-to-End Integration Flows

30 Tuning Integration Flows

31 Oracle AIA Naming Standards for AIA Development

A Delivered Oracle AIA XPath Functions

B XSL for Developing CAVS-Enabled Oracle AIA Services