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| Oracle B2B and BPEL Process Manager Interoperability
This tutorial walks through the Best Practice of setting up Oracle B2B to interoperate
with Oracle BPEL Process Manager
| ebXML Messaging Service (ebMS)
The tutorial walks through the steps to setup Oracle B2B to exchange a custom
document over ebXML Messaging Service (ebMS)
| Custom Document ovet MLLP
The tutorial walks through the steps to setup Oracle B2B to exchange a Health Level 7
(HL7) transaction set over the Minimum Lower Layer Protocol (MLLP)
| EDI Cookbook
This cookbook provides a basic understanding of the EDI standards, Oracle B2B EDI
support, the user experience while configuring EDI using Oracle B2B, various Error /
Exception scenario and also to model the various EDI messages using Oracle B2B
| B2B-TN001: Installation Quick Start Guide
This technical note disucesses how to install all the Oracle B2B components on a single machine
for development purposes? These instructions are a quick start and not a substitution for the
| B2B-TN002: Supported B2B Standards
This technical note describes the supported standards in the 10.1.2 release of Oracle B2B.
| B2B-TN003: B2B Standards Websites
This technical note listsURLs where you can I learn more about B2B standards.
| B2B-TN004: PL/SQL Enqueue and Dequeue Scripts for B2B Queues
This technical note describes the scripts that enable the user to enqueue and dequeue messaged
to the default internal delivery channels. (Oracle AQ)
| B2B-TN005: JAVA Enqueue and Dequeue Scripts for B2B Queues
This technical note describes the scripts that enable the user to enqueue and dequeue messaged to
the alternateinternal delivery channels. (JMS Queues)
| B2B-TN006: Acknowledgments
This technical note describes acknowledgment types and options. When creating an operation
capability for a Trading Partner the user has multiple options for Acknowledgments. An
acknowledgment falls into two classes, the exchange level and the functional level. This document
describes how to uses these options.
| B2B-TN007: Exception Handling
This technical note describes how Oracle B2B handles exceptions for inbound and outbound
messages. (Exception handling behavior, error messages and structures)
| B2B-TN008: IP_MESSAGE_TYPE
This technical note describes the IP_MESSAGE_TYPE structure that contains Trading Partner
information: For Outbound messages it enables Oracle B2B to properly select the appropriate
agreement. For inbound message it provides addtion information to process.
| B2B-TN009: Email Transport
This technical note describes the SMTP Transport in Oracle B2B. This delivery channel enables
the user to configure additional parameters for each Delivery Channel to specify the content type of
the message, specify if the message should go in the body or as an attachment etc.
| B2B-TN010: File/FTP Internal Delivery Channel
This technical note describes how to configure the File / FTP Internal Delivery Channel..
| B2B-TN011: Custom Document
This technical note describes how to specify the rules to identify an incoming cusotm document.
| B2B-TN012: Outbound Batching
This technical note describes the EDI batching / de-batch capabilites in Oracle B2B. When a message
is inbound it is automatically de-batched and each individual transaction set is sent to the Internal
Delivery Channel one transaction set at a time. When outbound message is received on the Internal
Delivery Channel the transaction set can be batch based on users defined criteria.
| B2B-TN013: EDI/VAN Identify Trading Partners
This technical note describes how to identify a Trading Partner using the IAS/GS UD.
| B2B-TN014: Sizing Questionnaire
This technical note discusses the factor that affect the sizing requirement for a toplogy: Hardware,
software, transports, exchanges, number of processes, number of documents, size of documents,
batching, frequency of transmitting, number of trading partners, security requirements, Human
| B2B-TN015: Skill set Requirements for B2B
This technical note identifies the possible skill set required to implement an end-to-end B2B
| B2B-TN016: Trading Partner Questionnaire
This technical note identifies the Trading Partner's technical requirements to enable B2B
communications (Document, Transport, Exchange, Security, Identification, etc..)
| B2B-TN017: Purge Utility
This technical note describes the command line purge utility. This utility can be run in an interactive
model as well as a non-interactive mode.
| B2B-TN018: EDI X12 & EDIFACT Document Parameters
This technical note lists all the EDI X12 and UN/EDIFACT Document Protocol Parameters, their
EDI position and description of use.
| B2B-TN019: Oracle B2B Error Codes
This technical note lists all error codes produced by Oracle B2B at both a design time and
run time. It lists the code, severity, resource key, error text and error description.
| B2B-TN020: HL7 and MLLP Advanced Features
This technical reviews the advanced features for Health Level 7 (HL7) and the Minimum Lower
Layer Protocol (MLLP)
| B2B-TN021: Oracle B2B configuration file properties & Parameters
This technical note defines the properties and their parameters, for the Oracle B2B configuration
| B2B-TN022: Enabling Oracle B2B & BPEL Process Manager Interoperability
This technical note discusses how Oracle B2B and the BPEL Process Manager interoperate and
identifies the mechanism/Best Practices that enable the process identify the document, manage multiple
documents, manage document variances, correlate multiple documents and manage errors.
|B2B-TN023: SSL Setup for Oracle B2B (Retired) Refer Technical Note TN026
|B2B-TN024: sFTP Setup for Oracle B2B (Retired) Refer Technical Note TN026
| B2B-TN025: Resubmittion Utility
This technical note discusses the utility to enable the resubmission of both inbound and outbound messages.
| B2B-TN026: OHS Setup, HTTPs, FTPs, Signing, Encryption & sFTP
This technical note discusses how to setup and confugire a Remote OHS Setup, HTTPs, FTPs,
Signing, Encryption & sFTP for Oracle B2B.
| B2B-TN027: Oracle B2B WSIL Browser
This technical note discusses how use the WSIL Browser, available in the Oracle ESB Adapter Service and the
Oracle BPEL Process Manager Partnerlink, to access the Oracle B2B repository.
| B2B-TN028: Oracle B2B & Oracle ESB Interoperability
This technical note discusses how to setup communications between Oracle B2B and Oracle ESB.
| B2B- TN029: ebXML Support
This technical note discusses Oracle B2B support for the eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML) standard. ebMS 1.0, 2.0, CPPA 2.0