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Links 1 through 10 of 31 by Oracle Technology Network tagged esb

A team of experts uses concrete examples to answer some of the most important questions on the use of an enterprise service bus. Part of the Industrial SOA article series.

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Answers to some of the most important questions surrounding the use of an enterprise service bus, using concrete examples. Part of the Industrial SOA article series

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The SOA A-Team advises: "In Oracle SOA Suite SOA 10G, it is a good practice to have BPEL and ESB co-located at the same JVM. Doing so not only improves performance, but also allows JTA global transaction propagation between the two."

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Like it or not most mission critical processing still happens on a mainframe today. Mainframes literally run the business world.

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"The question on the ability to purge instances for both Oracle BPEL and Oracle ESB keeps recurring, " says van der Beek, "so I decided to come up with a small overview."

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Michel Schildmeijer untangles some of the complications in monitoring your SOA Suite environment.

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This technical article article covering OpenESB administration and management along with discussing a complete sample application shows how to develop solutions based on OpenESB.

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IT-Eye's Eric Elzinga continues his series with a look at a test of a scenario based on a customer's middleware architecture.

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Oracle EBS supports UTF-8 characters and hence the PIPs involving EBS as a participating application would normally be a candidate for being MLS (Multiple Language Support) compliant. All language specific operations in EBS are done based on EBS User preference settings and hence through FND APPS context.

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