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Tag Archives: OSB
To celebrate the new year, we have just gone live with the Oracle Maven Repository which contains all of the Oracle-provided artifacts for the Fusion Middleware 12.1.2 and 12.1.3 releases. You can find out more about the repository on the … Continue reading
SOA 12c (version 12.1.3) has shipped now and there has been a lot of tweeting and blogging about it already, from lots of different folks, which is great! In this post, I wanted to talk a bit about the new … Continue reading
Fusion Middleware 12.1.3 is now available for download from OTN. This release includes WebLogic Server, Coherence, ADF, SOA, OSB and BPM. Here is the documentation site. The download page for SOA/BPM is here.
In this earlier post, I talked about a way to automate the build and deployment for OSB, but I did not go so far as to get that working in Maven, though you certainly could. But, OSB PS6 has added … Continue reading
Just a quick post to let you know that I have updated this older post with the details for OSB PS6 as well – still hear a lot of questions about how to set up the OSB IDE on 64-bit … Continue reading
Let’s start by talking about what I mean by that. I don’t think that ‘SDLC’ is the right term to describe the space that I want to talk about, but it is a term that people are familiar with, so … Continue reading