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Links 1 through 10 of 89 by Oracle Technology Network tagged bpel

David Xu's article show you how to use the "Schedule JOb" extension on JDeveloper 12c to submit an ESS job request from a BPEL process.

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Oracle ACE Director Lucas Jellema demonstrates how to submit a request to the Enterprise Scheduler Service to execute a job according to a specified schedule.

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A-Team solution architect Shreenidhi Raghuram explores tips for diagnosing mediator resequencer issues, and discusses key considerations for Integration systems that run Mediator Resequencer composites.

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Oracle ACE Director Ronald van Luttikhuizen examines the use of sensors and sensor actions a mechanism to help end users keep track of the progress of the overall process instances when using Oracle SOA Suite11g and BPEL.

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John Brunswick's latest E2.0 Workbench video tutorial illustrates how to "create a custom service, create a BPEL process that interacts with it and brokers authentication to the SOA Gateway, and finally consume the BPEL service in WebCenter to allow end users to place simple orders via an extranet.

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The Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team offers details on how to "enable, retrieve and interpret the performance statistics" using the BPEL engine in Oracle SOA Suite 11G.

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An extensive, detailed technical post from Oracle ACE Director Lucas Jellema.

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"In Oracle SOA Suite 10g, or more specific BPEL 10g, one could group functionality in domains," says Peter Paul van de Beek. "This feature has been away in the early versions of SOA Suite 11g. They have returned in more recent version and can be used for all SCA composites (instead of BPEL only). Nowadays these 10g domains are called partitions."

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