I read "Oracle Enterprise Repository promotes only services that have
endpoints and hosted WSDL to Oracle Service Registry ... It is recommended that you harvest from the runtime environment to obtain the endpoints and WSDL location." I am prefering to avoid the use of OSR because I am not seeing advantages to use it. But I am very interested to use OER right now.
Could I harvest all concrete wsdl from OSB, IIS or Web Logic with no worries about UDDI? I will implement gradually OSB then, there will be three locations to be harvested: OSB, IIS or Web Logic. But I am not implementing OSR at the first phase. Should I have some specifics concerned about this apart from the UDDI compliances?
The guide I read it from is:
Oracle® Fusion Middleware
Configuration Guide for Oracle Enterprise Repository
11g Release 1 (126.96.36.199.3)
I would appreciate so much if someone who has implemented both OER and OSR or implemented OSR without OER could comment how much dependent OER is from OSR. I believe that OER must work fine without OSR. My intention is to harvest assets from developer's IDE straight forward to Repository.
hi deme, there is no dependency between oer and osr, both product serves different purpose, oer as a repository (asset data and metadata collection) and osr as a publishing and discovery tools. you can read the detailed functionality on both product on otn