Validating SOA Middleware Connections
(Doc ID 1338603.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 07, 2020
Applies to:Oracle SOA Suite - Version 126.96.36.199.0 and later
Oracle(R) BPEL Process Manager 10g
Oracle Fusion Application Toolkit - Version 188.8.131.52.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The Oracle SOA Suite, and therefore also Oracle Fusion Applications, is built upon the Oracle Weblogic platform. When the SOA Suite Weblogic managed servers start up they make connections to the rdbms layer and a number of midtier components establish connection pools and obtain configuration information that allows their respective J2EE applications to startup and serve requests.
There are two main types of connections:
A. JDBC connections to the SOA Infrastructure rdbms layer
B. Adapter connections used by Inbound and Outbound integration scenarios within SOA Composite applications.
There may be times when you have to debug a technical issue with your Oracle SOA Suite, or Fusion Applications - such as a connectivity loss scenario maybe between the midtier and rdbms layers, within a SOA composite application that you have customized or extended by using an Oracle SOA Suite adapter for an integration scenario.
This note shows the basic connections established by the Oracle SOA Suite, the main components and how to check both the rdbms and application adapter connection pools.
Unless otherwise documented, all work will be done via the Oracle Weblogic Console url http://host.domain:port/console where port is typically 7001 for the Admin server of a Weblogic domain.
It is also assumed that you have started the Weblogic Admin Server and can access the /console uri.
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In this Document
|A. CONNECTIONS USED BY AN ORACLE SOA SUITE INFRASTRUCTURE|
|B. VALIDATING SOA SUITE ADAPTER CONNECTIONS|
|C. DEBUGGING SUGGESTIONS|