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Unlike in SOA 10g, Oracle b2b is a part of Oracle SOA Suite in 11g. There is no seperate install for oracle b2b in 11g. It comes as a part of Oracle Fusion Middleware components.
As u said oracle b2b is a seperate install in SOA Suite 10g.
go through the below guide to get an idea about the SOA suite 11g installation.
you may watch out this thread for few more replies for your questions
While researching oracle documents I saw that is possible to have a standalone Oracle AS Integration B2B instance (For that i would need to have Oracle Application Server, J2EE and Web cache) and Oracle SOA Suit installed in other machine.This was the case for 10g installation.
Now I'm a little confused because Isn't Oracle B2B a bind component of SOA Suite?Yes, in 11g, B2B is another component of SOA Suite.
Am I able to have Oracle B2B installed in one machine and Oracle SOA Suit + Oracle Service Bus in another one?From installation perspective, you cannot have separate B2B installation in 11g. B2B gets installed as part of SOA 11g but you may create two (or more) domains in same installation -
Or there is no way to do it? I can not have Oracle B2B out of Oracle SOA Suit Installation ?
1. Hosting B2B only -
2. Hosting SOA+OSB
By this way, you may logically separate B2B from SOA. Few B2B customers are already using this approach.
Anuj and Edwin, thanks for the replay it clarify me about the installation but I have one more question if you don't mind.
We already have Oracle Service Bus installed in our environment, and we need to be able to interact with it from Oracle B2B.
Is The interoperability with Oracle Service Bus still done through AQ adapter, isn't it ?
I'd like to know if There are other ways to accomplish the communication between them ?
Edited by: user8950699 on 14/11/2012 08:51
Edited by: user8950699 on 14/11/2012 08:52