Section 1. Changing markets, increasing competitive pressures, and evolving customer needs are placing greater pressure on IT to deliver greater flexibility and speed. Today, every organization is faced with predicting change in a global business environment, to rapidly respond to competitors, and to best exploit organizational assets for growth. In response to these challenges, leading companies are adopting service-oriented architecture SOA to deliver on these requirements by overcoming the complexity of their application and IT environments.
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Administrator's Guide. Describes how to administer SOA composite applications consisting of binding components and service components in Fusion Middleware Control. Developer's Guide. High Availability Guide. 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.
Performance and Tuning Guide. Describes how to monitor and optimize performance, configure components for optimal performance in the Oracle Fusion Middleware environment. Describes how to design and implement business processes using Oracle Business Process Studio.
User's Guide. 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. User's Guide for Business Process Composer.
Provides information for process analysts and developers interested in using Oracle Business Process Composer. Enterprise Deployment Guide. Adapters User's Guide for Technology Adapters. 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. Custom Technology Adapters Developer's Guide.
This guide provides information on developing a custom adapter using the Oracle JDeveloper product, and information on developing an adapter runtime component for integration with Fusion Middleware. User's Guide for Applications Adapters. PDF for offline viewing. Oracle Cloud Adapter for Salesforce. No summary available. B2B User's Guide.
This guide describes how to use Oracle B2B to manage trading partner message exchange using standard protocols for documents, packaging, transport, and message exchange.
Healthcare Integration User's Guide. 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. Business Activity Monitoring User's Guide.
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. You can create and edit the Oracle Rules language directly but the language is normally generated by high-level tools. Web Services Introducing Web Services.
This document introduces Web services for Oracle Fusion Middleware and provides a documentation roadmap. Concepts Guide. Documentation for software developers that develop and use Oracle Infrastructure Web services. Security and Administrator's Guide. This document describes how to administer and secure Web services. This document describes how to develop custom assertions. Interoperability Guide. This document describes how to implement the most common Oracle WSM interoperability scenarios.
Visualizer User's Guide. Describes how to use the Oracle Event Processing Visualizer, a browser-based tool used to monitor, optimize, and configure deployed Oracle Event Processing applications.
CQL Language Reference. EPL Language Reference. Service Bus Installation Guide. Describes how to install, configure, deinstall, and troubleshoot Oracle Service Bus. Java API Reference. Upgrade Guide. Use this guide to upgrade Oracle Service Bus 10g to 11g. Concepts and Architecture. Deployment Guide. Documentation that describes Oracle Service Bus OSB deployment topologies and best practices for developer domains, as well as clustered and admin-only domains that require high availability HA.
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Documentation for developers that describes how to design, secure, test, and deploy Oracle Service-Oriented Architecture SOA composite applications consisting of service and reference binding components and Oracle BPEL process, human task, business rule, Oracle Mediator, and spring service components. Includes additional information on designing transformations and business events, integrating Oracle Business Activity Monitoring and Oracle User Messaging Service into composites, and acting upon human tasks during runtime in Oracle BPM Worklist. This software and related documentation are provided under a license agreement containing restrictions on use and disclosure and are protected by intellectual property laws. Except as expressly permitted in your license agreement or allowed by law, you may not use, copy, reproduce, translate, broadcast, modify, license, transmit, distribute, exhibit, perform, publish, or display any part, in any form, or by any means. Reverse engineering, disassembly, or decompilation of this software, unless required by law for interoperability, is prohibited. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice and is not warranted to be error-free.