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Deploying and Consuming Fault Policy related artifacts From MDS in SOA Suite 11g (Doc ID 1173393.1)

Last updated on MARCH 28, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle SOA Suite - Version 11.1.1.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

When implementing integration solutions using SOA Suite 11g R1 components, common artifacts like fault policies can be stored into a common repository like MDS in order to improve reusability. The steps required to deploy shared artifacts like XML Schema definition (XSD) Files or Service interfaces (WSDL) into MDS and consume them by SOA composites are described in several articles.
Registering fault policy related artifacts (fault-policies.xml and fault-bindings.xml ) into MDS follow the same mechanisms like other artifacts; some additional manual steps are required for consuming those by composite applications. 

This document intends to highlight two alternatives for deploying and consuming shared fault policy related artifacts in MDS.
A sample demonstrating those mechanisms will be also provided as a reference for using those mechanisms in your environment.

Scope

This document is addressed to service designers/developers using SOA Suite components 11g R1 to implement integration scenarios. This document assume basic knowledge in Apache Ant Task Development and basic understanding of the Metadata Service (MDS)  and the Fault Management Framework concepts in Fusion Middleware 11g R1.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Terminology
 Overview
 Deploying fault policy artifacts into MDS
 (a) Using Ant Framework
 (b) Deploying fault policies into MDS  from JDeveloper using a JAR Deployment Profile.
 Consuming fault policy artifacts from MDS.
 Debugging
 Run the samples
 (a) Deployment with ANT
 (b) Deployment with a JAR Profile
 Summary
 Related Knowledge
References

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