Passing Parameters from BPEL to XSLT

Oracle BPEL can pass parameters defined within an XSLT. This is convenient as normally the XSLT maps are not able to access variables that are defined explicitly in BPEL. Its pretty easy to do … just follow these steps: 1. The parameters that require to be passed to the XSLT should adhere to the following … Continue reading

Dynamic SOAP Endpoint Routing via Oracle ESB

ESB can be used to do dynamic routing of SOAP Endpoints. The endpoints should have similar contract. This means that the Message Exchange Pattern and the Input/Output schemas for the endpoints should be same. Consider two BPEL processes dummyBPELProcess and AnotherBPELProcess which have the same contract(MEP is 2 way SYNC and input/output XSDs are same) … Continue reading