Everyone can do HTTP calls and thus call most webservices. Interfacing with JMS queues or topics though is a bit more difficult (when not using Oracle SOA Suite). An alternative is using custom code. This usually requires libraries, JNDI lookups, opening connections and such. Because I wanted to make it easy for myself to put stuff on queues and topics, I created a simple JAX-WS wrapper service. By using this service, JMS suddenly becomes a whole lot easier.
Monday, March 30, 2015
Sunday, March 15, 2015
SOA Suite 12c introduces Maven support to build and deploy artifacts. Oracle has provided extensive documentation on this. Also there already are plenty of blog posts describing how to do this. I will not repeat those posts (only shortly describe the steps). What I couldn't find quickly enough though was how to deploy artifacts from an artifact repository to an environment. This is a task often done by provisioning software such as Puppet or Jenkins. Sometimes though you want to do this from a command-line. In this post I'll briefly describe steps required to get your Continuous Delivery efforts going and how to deploy an artifact from the Nexus repository to a SOA Suite runtime environment.