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Author Aboulnaga, Ahmed
Title Oracle SOA Suite 11g Administrator's Handbook
Imprint Olton : Packt Publishing, Limited, 2012
©2012
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (414 pages)
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Note Intro -- Oracle SOA Suite 11g Administrator's Handbook -- Table of Contents -- Oracle SOA Suite 11g Administrator's Handbook -- Credits -- About the Authors -- Acknowledgement -- About the Reviewers -- www.PacktPub.com -- Support files, eBooks, discount offers and more -- Why Subscribe? -- Free Access for Packt account holders -- Instant Updates on New Packt Books -- Preface -- What this book covers -- What you need for this book -- Who this book is for -- Conventions -- Reader feedback -- Customer support -- Downloading the example code -- Errata -- Piracy -- Questions -- 1. SOA Infrastructure Management: What you Need to Know -- Identifying and overcoming monitoring and management challenges in SOA -- Monitoring the SOA platform-centralized management and monitoring -- Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control -- Oracle SOA Suite 11g infrastructure stack -- Performance monitoring and management -- Managing composite application lifecycles -- Automating application deployments and migrations through continuous integration -- Cloning domains from test to production -- Introducing Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control -- Accessing the Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control Console -- Navigating the console through the navigator -- Presenting the dashboards -- SOA suite configuration -- Deployed Java EE applications -- The other consoles -- Summary -- 2. Management of SOA Composite Applications -- Managing composite lifecycles -- Understanding revisions -- Changing the composite default revision at runtime -- Deploying, redeploying, and undeploying composites -- Deploying a composite -- Redeploying a composite -- Undeploying a composite -- Starting up and shutting down composites -- Starting a composite -- Shutting down a composite -- Retiring and activating composites -- Retiring a composite
Activating a composite -- Deleting instances -- Structuring composite deployments with partitions -- The default partition -- Managing partitions -- Creating a partition -- Deleting a partition -- Grouping SOA composite applications into partitions -- Considerations for partition management -- Setting up ant for automated composite management -- Setting the environment -- Setting the environment path for ant -- On Linux/Unix -- On Windows -- Starting and stopping composites with ant -- Packaging, deploying, and undeploying composites with ant -- Packaging a composite via ant -- Deploying a composite via ant -- Undeploying a composite via ant -- Exporting MDS artifacts with ant -- Importing artifacts to the MDS with ant -- Promoting code using configuration plans -- Why we need configuration plans -- Understanding configuration plan contents -- -- -- -- -- Attaching a configuration plan -- Best practices with configuration plans -- Using configuration plans -- Understanding and configuring composite audit levels -- Audit levels -- Order of precedence for audit level settings -- Modifying audit levels -- Modifying component audit levels -- Modifying composite audit levels -- Modifying service engine audit levels -- Modifying SOA Infrastructure Audit Levels -- Summary -- 3. Monitoring Oracle SOA Suite 11g -- Transaction monitoring -- Monitoring instances -- Monitoring faulted instances -- Searching composite sensors -- Searching BPEL process sensors -- Understanding IDs and ECIDs -- Instance states -- COMPOSITE_INSTANCE -- CUBE_INSTANCE -- MEDIATOR_INSTANCE -- Monitoring instance performance -- Understanding last update time of instances -- Viewing performance summary graphs and request processing metrics -- Viewing request processing metrics -- Monitoring using SQL queries -- The DMS Spy Servlet
Identifying and viewing log file entries -- Relevant log files -- Modifying logger levels -- Monitoring service engine instances and faults -- Monitoring the Event Delivery Network (EDN) -- Monitoring the WebLogic Server -- Monitoring managed servers -- Monitoring the JVM -- Monitoring JMS destinations -- Monitoring data sources -- OEM Grid Control and the SOA Management Pack -- Summary -- 4. Tuning Oracle SOA Suite 11g for Optimum Performance -- Tuning of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) -- Switching the JVM from Sun JDK to JRockit JDK -- Optimizing JVM settings -- -Xms and -Xmx -- -Xgcprio:throughput -- -XX:+HeapDumpOnOutOfMemoryError -- -XXtlasize:min=16k,preferred=128k,wasteLimit=8k -- Tuning the underlying WebLogic Application Server -- Tuning transactions and timeouts -- Tuning transactions at the application server level -- Tuning Java Transaction API (JTA) -- Tuning data sources -- Tuning Resource Adapter connection pools -- Tuning database for XA Transaction Timeout -- Tuning EJB timeouts for long running transactions -- Tuning connection backlog buffering -- Tuning the SOA Infrastructure -- Adjusting the log level -- Optimizing logging through audit store tuning -- Tuning of Service Engines -- Tuning the BPEL Service Engine -- Tuning the BPMN Service Engine -- Tuning the Mediator Service Engine -- Choosing among routing rules -- Mediator Service Engine properties -- Using scripting (WLST) to modify component engine MBeans -- Setting up WLST -- Tuning composite applications -- BPEL persistence -- HTTP timeouts in references -- Tuning technology adapter services and references -- Tuning the Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control console -- Tuning the dehydration store database schema -- Tuning the Linux operating system -- Summary -- 5. Configuring and Administering Oracle SOA Suite 11g
Starting up and shutting down the infrastructure -- Using scripts -- Disabling prompt of WebLogic password -- Setting the environment -- Starting up Node Manager -- Starting up AdminServer -- Starting up the SOA and BAM managed servers -- Shutting down Node Manager -- Shutting down AdminServer -- Shutting down the SOA and BAM Managed Servers -- Enabling log rotation -- Navigating to key administration areas -- Configuring infrastructure properties -- Configuring and administering binding components and JCA Adapters -- Configuring and managing service bindings -- Configuring and managing reference bindings -- Configuring GlobalInboundJcaRetryCount -- Configuring and administering BPEL Service Engine and components -- Managing BPEL Service Engine and components -- Administering BPEL Service Engine properties -- Administering BPEL instances and faults -- Managing BPEL component faults -- Bulk managing BPEL Service Engine faults -- Manual message recovery in the BPEL Service Engine -- Automatic message recovery in the BPEL Service Engine -- Administering Mediator Service Engine -- Administering User Messaging Service -- Describing UMS architecture and components -- Configuring UMS for Human Workflow and BPEL process components -- Configuring the e-mail messaging driver and notifications -- Testing UMS from Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control -- Configuring multiple send addresses with UMS -- Administering the Human Workflow Service Engine -- Describing Human Workflow components and applications -- Managing workflow task configuration at runtime -- Managing human task service component address -- Seeding organizational users and groups -- Mapping users and groups to application roles -- Migrating Human Workflow data from test to production environment -- Administering and configuring Oracle Business Activity Monitoring
Oracle BAM components and architecture -- Configuring the Oracle BAM Adapter -- Configuring batching in Oracle BAM Adapter -- Configuring Oracle BAM Web and ADC Server properties -- Using ICommand to import/export BAM data objects -- Configuring ICommand properties -- Running ICommand -- Administering and configuring event engine and business events -- Administering and testing business events -- Administering Domain Value Maps and Cross References -- Administering DVMs -- Administering XREFs -- Configuring infrastructure resources for developers -- Creating read-only console user accounts -- Creating read-only MDS database accounts -- Setting up custom XPath -- Summary -- 6. Troubleshooting the Oracle SOA Suite 11g Infrastructure -- The art of troubleshooting-where do you start? -- Troubleshooting infrastructure problems -- Extending logging -- Using logs -- Infrastructure error-StackOverflowError -- Composite instance error-SOAPFaultException -- Infrastructure error-DeploymentException -- Composite instance error-FabricInvocationException -- Infrastructure error-Unable to allocate additional threads -- Infrastructure or composite instance error-MDSException -- Infrastructure error-BeanInstantiationException -- Infrastructure error-Unable to extend LOB segment -- Using thread dumps -- Troubleshooting performance issues -- Server wide performance issues -- Checking available disk space -- Checking CPU, memory, and I/O utilization -- Checking operating system resources and logs -- Checking JVM available memory and frequency of full garbage collection -- Checking connection pools -- Checking database performance -- Composite instance performance -- Average, minimum, and maximum duration of components -- Duration of single component instances -- Troubleshooting composite instances -- Troubleshooting generic composite instance errors
Troubleshooting deployment issues
Create a reliable, secure, and flexible environment for your Oracle SOA Suite 11g Service Infrastructure and SOA composite applications
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