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There is an issue adding link fields to PCS 17.2.3 forms using the new web form design tool. At runtime, the value stored in the link's data element is lost once the form is submitted. This describes the problem and provides a fairly simple workaround.
This is the 5th of a 5 part series that explains how to expose a database to an Oracle BPM 12c Process using the Oracle SOA Database Adapter and a Mediator. In this, the Composite with the Database Adapter created in part 4 is invoked by the Oracle BPM process using a Service activity.
This is the 4th of a 5 part series that explains how to expose a database to an Oracle BPM 12c Process using the Oracle SOA Database Adapter and a Mediator.
This is the third in a series of 5 blogs that shows how to expose a database to an Oracle BPM 12c Process using the Oracle SOA Database Adapter.  In this blog, the Database Adapter's Outbound connection pool created in part 2 of this series is configured to include the data source's JNDI name created in part 1 of this series.
This is the second in a series of 5 blogs that shows how to expose a database to an Oracle BPM 12c Process using the Oracle SOA Database Adapter. In this blog, the Database Adapter's Outbound Connection Pool is configured.
This is the first in a series of 5 blogs that shows how to expose a database to an Oracle BPM 12c Process using the Oracle SOA Database Adapter. In this blog, the WebLogic JNDI connection to a database schema is created.  

Some companies create database schemas that are either prefixed or suffixed with the environment name. This can cause a problem when using the Oracle Database Adapter to execute a stored procedure. When adding a database adapter to a project, one must specify the schema in which the stored procedure was created. Even if <Default Schema> is selected, the schema JDeveloper is connected to the database with will be specified in JCA file that is created.

 

Oracle BAM dashboards and user objects can be quite powerful. All of the sophisticated dashboards and user objects in the world are not as useful though if migrating them from a test to a production environment is a tedious, error-prone process. Oracle provides a utility to import/export BAM information and AVIO has a Maven plugin that aids in calling that import/export utility using baselined BAM information in source control. This helps make Continuous Deployment possible by adding a "development workflow" to Oracle BAM.

Oracle ESS (Enterprise Scheduling Service) is a nice feature that's standard in Oracle SOA Suite 12c that alleviates the need to use Quartz or external software to run scheduled jobs (including invocations of services). Continuous Deployment can deliver many benefits but in order to get there, environment changes need to be automated as much as possible. AVIO has developed a Maven plugin that helps close the gap.

Continuous Deployment by adding a 'development workflow' for B2B.
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