Friday, June 30, 2017

SOA Cloud 12c GIT Repository

When a project is created, you can choose to initialize the project with one project Git repository for the project. A Maven repository is also created. If required, you can add more project Git repositories, external Git repositories, import Git repositories, and configure auto-cleanup of the to the project Maven repository.


This BLOG discusses steps to create the GIT repository :- 

  • Login to the Oracle Developer Cloud Services and Select Create New Project.

































  • Click Next




































  • Choose the option to create a Empty Project
  • Choose Wiki Markup as Mark Down





























  • A few seconds of provisioning later the Project will be accessible – navigate to the Code Section of the Developer Services Project and hit the New Repository button. This will start the process to create a new git repository. Make sure not to initialize it, but simply create an Empty Repository.

































  • Project successfully created
  • The Next Step is to create a GIT Repository
  • Enter the Name and Description
  • Choose the option to create "Empty Repository"
  • Click Create




































































Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Calling Oracle SOA Cloud REST service from SOAP UI

On creating a SOAPUI project using the WADL, for a REST Service deployed on SOACLD. The WADL import process throws an SSL handshake exception.

This exception can be resolved by adding the following properties to the SOAPUI VM.


  • Navigate to the directory 
<SOAPUI_HOME>\ bin\SoapUI-5.3.0.vmoptions    

For Example: 
C:\Program Files\SmartBear\SoapUI-5.3.0\bin\SoapUI-5.3.0.vmoptions



  • Edit the file and add

-Dweblogic.security.SSL.minimumProtocolVersion=TLSv1.0
-Dsoapui.https.protocols=SSLv3,TLSv1.2


  • Restart SOAPUI and the issue will be resolved

Monday, June 5, 2017

SOA 12.2.1. View SOAP Header information.

Default SOA settings do not allow to view SOAP message (header & body)out-of-the-box on the EM Console or in the logs.

In order to see these SOAP conversations for a SOA composite service you can follow below steps: Please note the log file to be checked is OWSM

  • Using the Enterprise Manager, attach the management policy named oracle/log_policy to the webservice reference to which the SOAP headers needs to be monitored. 

  • Restart the composite

  • Check the below log file to view the SOAP messages whenever the webservice call is made.$DOMAIN_HOME/domain_name/servers/mserver_name/logs/owsm/msglogging/diagnostic.log



SOA Cloud 12c GIT Repository

When a project is created, you can choose to initialize the project with one project Git repository for the project. A Maven repository is a...