Posted by Chris on May 27, 2014
The following two blog postings provide an excellent overview of what SOA Suite is doing behind the scenes and how the A-Team tries to isolate bottlenecks. What does SOA Suite do? How to find bottlenecks.
Posted by Chris on May 24, 2014
Back in Aqualogic days, BEA disabled the ability of a Proxy Service from extracting the Authorization header. The reason was fear of having user credentials being logged and exposed improperly. If you need to disable this, the solution is the following: Edit setDomainEnv.sh. Go to the line EXTRA_JAVA_PROPERTIES. Add the entry -Dcom.bea.wli.sb.transports.http.GetHttpAuthorizationHeaderAllowed=true Restart the server.
Posted by Chris on May 11, 2014
While working with a client, a requirement came up to provide a REST interface to a web application. The client wanted to leverage their Fusion Middleware investment so we combined Oracle Service Bus with SOA Suite. In this configuration, there was a desire to communicate input and output information in a JSON format. To do […]