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Each configuration defines how the Proxy will interface with the consumers. (In other words the input (request format) and output (response format) specifications for the proxy)1 person found this helpful
Refer http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E17904_01/doc.1111/e15867/configuringandusingservices.htm#i1146533 (The description column gives an understanding on this)
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04111986 wrote:Each configuration has a different use... You will choose a type according to the service interface you intent to connect with...
What is the basic difference between these three types of configuration for OSB Proxy?
Why can't we use wsdl based or soap based service instead of messaging service? Is there any significance for messaging service?For example, your proxy service will be activated by a file and the content of the file is not xml... Or the service will listen to a jms queue and the message content is not xml... For these cases the option is messaging service...
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