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It's not a link, it is a literal book.
Oracle SOA Suite 11g R1 Developer's Guide
Of more importance to me than sorting out the book is sorting out the issue. I have two partner links I want to be able to set runtime endpoints for. I also want this to be done based on which deployment server the composites are on, but I can cross that bridge later.
One of the partner links is an HTTP Adapter and the other a WS Adapter.
I imported the WS-address schema and created en endpoint reference variable but then I get stuck. How to I use this to change the endpoint of the partner link? The developer's guide says "use a Transformation" which I am guessing means and Oracle Transform (thing that makes xlst style sheets) but Transform only accepts variables as input and output and the guide screenshot is showing wsdls being used.
Also -- looking at "The BPEL Cookbook" (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/carey-090553.html) I get imediately lost because only partial examples are shown and repeated references are made to this "DynamicPartnerLink Sample" which I can find umpteen million references to but no source for.
OK.. found the source for the referenced wsdl .. and it has nothing I didn't already have.
I am using jDeveloper... I think the cookbook is referring to some other editor. I needs instructions I can follow in jDeveloper because my employer is requiring we use that.
Edited by: Keith Fosberg on Oct 30, 2012 7:16 AM
Keith Fosberg wrote:BPEL is a language not a toolset... Problem is jdeveloper... From my view, Oracle's decision to stick on jdev while eclipse is so much better is a mistake...
I've been fighting this for days. BPEL is the absolute worst toolset I have ever dealt with.
Until 10g there was still an Eclipse BPEL Designer... but that was gone... OSB dev env is still on eclipse (OEPE)... But they will probably move it over jdev on the next iteration...
What's funny is that the screenshots from the "The BPEL Cookbook" you mentioned look like eclipse to me... Probably outdated...