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Applied SOA Patterns on the Oracle Platform by Sergey Popov

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Oracle Enterprise Business Service's SOA patterns

After completing the previous task, we have a Message Broker that is capable of implementing the RTD interchange pattern in the form of a hub-and-poke controller. Although it is perfectly operational, you have to add a little to the demonstrated code snippets to create a production version. Its practical application is limited by assumptions we made at the beginning of this exercise. Let's repeat the assumptions again:

  • Limited number of protocols.
  • Limited number of message validation techniques.
  • Limited ways of message transformation (XSLT is preferable).
  • Relatively elaborate ways of implementing new delivery options and any pluggable modules in general.
  • When it comes to policy-based management, you ...

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