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Oracle Service Bus

user650290 Newbie
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We are trying to use Oracle Service Bus for a large-volume (> 1GB) file-based interfaces with external partners. Have anyone implemented such integration scenario? Any constraints / limitations of OSB/ Weblogic / File Adapters? What sort of FTP mechanism can we use with it?
  • 1. Re: Oracle Service Bus
    vladodias Guru
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    Here are some pointer for you...

    SFTP transport supports processing of large messages. When you configure a proxy service, you can enable content streaming and specify whether large messages must be buffered in memory or in a disk file.

    Attachment option allow the proxy service store MIME attachment content to a disk file and then process the data in a streaming fashion without buffering the attachment contents in memory. This enables the proxy service to process large attachments robustly and efficiently.

    Streaming body Content and Best Practices for Using Content Streaming

    Please let me know if this was helpful...


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