This book will guide you on using and applying the Oracle SOA Suite to solve real-world problems, enabling you to quickly learn and master the technology and its applications.
This book is a major update to Oracle SOA Suite Developer's Guide, which covered 10g R3.
You can select elements or attributes from the message payload or the message header and based on the values, you can specify an action.
For example, Mediator receives a file from an application or service containing data about new customers.
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For example, a Mediator can accept data contained in a text file from an application or service, transform it to a format appropriate for updating a database that serves as a customer repository and then route and deliver the data to that database.
Oracle Mediator facilitates integration between events and services, where service invocations and events can be mixed and matched.For example, you can transform a comma-delimited file to the database table structure.Oracle Mediator provides support for validating the incoming message payload by using a Schematron or an XSD file.You can use a Mediator component to handle returned responses, callbacks, faults, and timeouts.Oracle Mediator provides support for setting rules based on message payload or message headers.Sequential and Parallel Routing of Messages Oracle Mediator supports data transformation from one XML schema to another.