4 Replies Latest reply: Feb 19, 2013 4:07 AM by Anuj Dwivedi RSS

    New Managed Server SOA 11g

    551071
      Hi,

      I have installed 11.1.1.6 SOA.
      It contains 1 Admin server and two manged servers.soa_server1,bam_server1 are manged servers.I want to add one more soa manged server.

      Is it Possible to add existing schema(DEV_MDS) in SOA Environment.
      How do approach to create additional manged server in this environment.Please guide me.

      Thanks...
      Desai.
        • 1. Re: New Managed Server SOA 11g
          Sanjay Bharatiya
          Hi Desai,

          Didn't you try from the admin console? If it did not work try to extend the domain.

          But why do you want to add another server?

          Thanks,
          Sanjay
          • 2. Re: New Managed Server SOA 11g
            551071
            Sanjay,

            I need to keep 2 soa servers for deploying and managing BPEL service in different soa servers.2 Managed SOA servers can have 1 MDS schema?Is it possible in SOA 11g?That is my question.....

            Thanks,
            Desai
            • 3. Re: New Managed Server SOA 11g
              Sanjay Bharatiya
              Hi Desai,

              To manage and deploy your BPEL process in a better way you can create different partitions in the same server. Say if there 3 to 4 developers in your team and you as an administrator want to manage each of their process separately then you can create different partitions in the soa-server for each of the developer and ask them to deploy their processes in their own partition.

              As far as question that 2 Managed SOA servers can have 1 MDS schema is concerned it will allow you to create another server it but you may face runtime issues.

              Hope this helps.

              Thanks,
              Sanjay
              • 4. Re: New Managed Server SOA 11g
                Anuj Dwivedi
                2 Managed SOA servers can have 1 MDS schema?Is it possible in SOA 11g
                Yes, it is possible. Make sure that both SOA servers are part of a cluster. You may refer -

                http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23943_01/web.1111/e13709/setup.htm#BABIICHD

                If you created a SOA cluster while creating the domain then it will be straight forward as all the objects which are required for SOA Suite will be targetted to the SOA cluster and hence by just adding another managed server in the cluster, you can go ahead. If you did not create a cluster while creating the domain then it will require an expert to re-target all the objects accordingly.

                Regards,
                Anuj

                Edited by: Anuj Dwivedi on Feb 19, 2013 3:36 PM