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Jumpstart for Oracle Service Bus Development
by Ronald van Luttikhuizen and Eric Elzinga
Installation and Configuration Guide
Published October 2009
In this article:
Install Oracle Service Bus
Download and install Oracle Service Bus 10gR3 or later. This will install Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle Service Bus, and Oracle Workshop for WebLogic. Oracle Service Bus runs on Oracle WebLogic Server. Oracle Workshop is the Eclipse-based IDE for developing OSB artifacts.
Installation instructions can be found at the Oracle Service Bus page on OTN.
Figure 1: Installing Oracle Service Bus
We now continue to create a new domain called "waai". The Oracle Service Bus projects that are created in the tutorials will be deployed to this domain.
Let's continue by deploying the required resources using Oracle Workshop.
Oracle Workshop for WebLogic
Time to start Oracle Workshop.
We need to configure a server connection in Oracle Workshop to deploy the imported resources to the "waai" domain.
The projects are deployed to the server. You should see the projects if you log into Oracle WebLogic Server Console; normally located at
Figure 10: Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console
The final configuration step in Oracle Workshop is to create a new Oracle Service Bus Configuration Project. Oracle Service Bus projects are associated with an Oracle Service Bus Configuration Project. An OSB Configuration Project is also used to create and contain resources for SMTP, UDDI, and so on that can be accessed by all projects in the configuration project.
The default location of the Oracle Service Bus Administration Console is
Figure 12: Oracle Service Bus Administration Console
You have now completed the initial configuration in Oracle Workshop by importing and deploying Web Service projects, configuring a server connection to the "waai" domain, and creating an Oracle Service Bus Configuration Project.
Tutorial 2: New adapters requires access to a mail server. Install and configure a simple mail server such as Java Email Server (JES) if needed, and create the email address "email@example.com". Installation and configuration instructions for JES can be found here.
You are now ready to start the tutorials!