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Oracle SOA Suite 11g Developer's Cookbook by Matt Wright, Antony Reynolds

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Writing compressed files with OSB

In this next section we will consider the inverse scenario, in which files are written using the same GZIP compression algorithm to the filesystem.

This recipe will demonstrate how a simple proxy service which accepts XML content and writes GZIP'd XML files can be built using OSB.

Getting ready

This recipe assumes you have created an OSB project GzipFileAdapter and carried out steps 1 to 5 in the previous recipe, as well as completed the first recipe and created the GzipAdapter.jar.

How to do it...

  1. Right-click on the GzipFileAdapter OSB project in the Project Explorer and select New | Business Service. Name it GzipFileWriter and click on Finish.
  2. On the General Configuration tab, select Messaging Service as the Service ...

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