It is getting increasingly common to require messages published to a WebLogic domain on which OSB is not running to trigger an OSB proxy service.
Store-and-Forward (SAF) allows you to get messages from a remote WebLogic domain to the OSB domain for processing, without the publisher being aware of OSB. Normally, without SAF you would have to configure the publisher to publish to a different location, which could cause problems if the network is slow or goes down, or it might not even be possible to configure your publisher.
This recipe shows how to use SAF to push JMS messages from a remote WebLogic domain to your OSB domain for consumption by an OSB proxy service.
For this ...