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Oracle Service Bus 11g Development Cookbook: A Practical Guide to SOA Integration


# Packtpub.Oracle.Service.Bus.11g.Development.Cookbook: A Review ## Introduction - What is Oracle Service Bus (OSB) and why is it important for SOA integration? - What is Packtpub.Oracle.Service.Bus.11g.Development.Cookbook and what does it offer? - How is this book different from other books on OSB? ## Creating a basic OSB service - How to create a new OSB project and define a folder structure - How to import an existing project into Eclipse OEPE - How to create a business service to call an external SOAP-based web service - How to generate a pass-through proxy service - How to deploy the OSB configuration from Eclipse OEPE - How to test the proxy service through the OSB console and soapUI ## Working efficiently with OSB artifacts in Eclipse OEPE - How to use the OSB Configuration Explorer and the Resource Palette - How to use the drag-and-drop feature and the context menu options - How to use the refactoring and validation tools - How to use the search and replace functionality - How to use the version control integration ## Messaging with JMS transport - How to configure JMS resources in WebLogic Server - How to create JMS business services and proxy services - How to use message selectors and correlation IDs - How to handle JMS faults and errors - How to enable JMS message persistence and transactions ## Using EJB and JEJB transport - How to create EJBs in JDeveloper and deploy them to WebLogic Server - How to create EJB business services and proxy services - How to use JEJB transport for legacy EJBs - How to handle EJB faults and errors - How to enable EJB security and transactions ## Using HTTP transport - How to create HTTP business services and proxy services - How to use HTTP methods, headers, parameters and cookies - How to handle HTTP faults and errors - How to enable HTTP security and caching - How to use RESTful services with OSB ## Using File and Email transports - How to configure File and Email resources in WebLogic Server - How to create File and Email business services and proxy services - How to use File polling, reading, writing and deleting actions - How to use Email sending, receiving and attachment actions - How to handle File and Email faults and errors ## Communicating with the database - How to configure JDBC resources in WebLogic Server - How to create DB Adapter business services and proxy services - How to use SQL queries, stored procedures and XML data sources - How to handle database faults and errors - How to enable database security and transactions ## Communicating with SOA Suite - How to create SOA composite applications in JDeveloper and deploy them to WebLogic Server - How to create SOA Suite business services and proxy services - How to use BPEL processes, human tasks, business rules and mediator components with OSB - How to handle SOA Suite faults and errors - How to enable SOA Suite security and transactions ## Communication, flow control, and message processing -How to use routing actions, operational branches, conditional branches, for-each loops, stage actions, error handlers, pipeline pairs, split joins, dynamic routing tables, service callouts, publish actions, assign actions, transform actions, validate actions, report actions, log actions, alert actions, echo actions, and skip actions with OSB -How to use XQuery transformations, XSLT transformations, XPath expressions, and XQuery functions with OSB -How to use variables, headers, body, attachments, context, and properties with OSB -How to use message-level variables, session variables, and system variables with OSB -How to use MFL, XML Schema, WSDL, and SOAP with OSB ## Reliable communication with the OSB -How to use WS-RM protocol, WS-RM policy assertions, and WS-RM configuration with OSB -How to use WS-Addressing protocol, WS-Addressing policy assertions, and WS-Addressing configuration with OSB -How to use WS-Policy framework, WS-Policy attachments, and WS-Policy configuration with OSB -How to use throttling, load balancing, failover, and retry mechanisms with OSB -How to use JTA transactions, XA transactions, and non-XA transactions with OSB ## Handling message-level security requirements -How to use WS-Security protocol, WS-Security policy assertions, and WS-Security configuration with OSB -How to use encryption, decryption, signing, and verification actions with OSB -How to use username tokens, X.509 certificates, SAML tokens, and Kerberos tokens with OSB -How to use custom security providers, custom security policies, and custom security actions with OSB -How to use OWSM agents, OWSM policies, and OWSM configuration with OSB ## Handling transport-level security requirements -How to use SSL protocol, SSL certificates, and SSL configuration with OSB -How to use HTTPS transport, HTTPS security policy assertions, and HTTPS configuration with OSB -How to use basic authentication, digest authentication, and OAuth authentication with OSB -How to use LDAP, JAAS, and SSO with OSB -How to use OPSS, OWSM, and WebLogic security realms with OSB ## Conclusion - Summarize the main points of the article - Highlight the benefits of using Packtpub.Oracle.Service.Bus.11g.Development.Cookbook - Provide a call to action for the readers ## FAQs - What are some of the prerequisites for reading this book? - How can I get the source code and sample projects for this book? - How can I contact the authors or the publisher for feedback or questions? - What are some of the other books on OSB or SOA that I can read? - How can I keep up to date with the latest developments and news on OSB or SOA?




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