I am exploring a fresh install of Tuxedo 11g. I tried executing some samples under SALT and was successfully able to do so.
I am keen on executing the BankApp which has been given under the ATMI samples. Could someone please help me with the steps to convert this App to SALT?
What can be other simple scenarios that can be developed using SALT?
There are many ways in which bankapp could potentially be extended to make use of SALT capabilities. bankapp could be extended to transmit information across GWWS, it could be extended to offer SCA services, or it could be extended in other ways.
The $TUXDIR/samples/salt/wsrmapp extends bankapp to work with the Tuxedo Service Metadata Repository Server and with the GWWS SALT gateway. This sample shows WebLogic and thin Java web service client programs.
Several SCA samples are available under $TUXDIR/samples/salt/sca . None of these samples are based on bankapp, but that comes closes to offering functionality similar to bankapp is the uBikeSCA sample.
Note that Oracle product installers do not install samples by default, so please make sure that your administrator has chosen to install samples when installing Tuxedo and when installing SALT.
You might want to consider downloading the VirtualBox VM that is being used for the OTN Virtual Developer Day for Tuxedo. This VM includes the bankapp application modified to use Oracle database and includes access to some of the bankapp services via SOAP/HTTP using SALT. The GWWS is running on the brokerapp domain, so look in /home/vmuser/application/brokerapp/ for the SALT configuration information on how to expose bankapp services using SALT as web services. You can then extend that to use WS-ReliableMessaging if that's your intent (which I'm just guessing based upon your question about wsrmapp sample.)
You can go to: http://www.oracle.com/goto/otnvdd to register (even for the North America event which has already passed) and then you'll have access to the VirtualBox VM. It's about a 2GB download. It also has some hands on labs in the image that may help you get started with SALT.
Oracle Tuxedo Chief Architect