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Oracle SOA Suite 11g Composite Validation, Runtime Monitoring and Audit Trail Review (Doc ID 1340515.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 26, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle SOA Suite - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Application Toolkit - Version 1.0-Beta and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 05-November-2013***


The goal of this document is to show how to monitor a SOA Composite execution for success or failure, using its flow and also its audit trail. It also discusses how to review various properties of a composite to ensure that it is active and serving requests. Finally it shows the various audit levels, what can effect the generation of an audit trail and how they can be set..

This information can be useful when debugging a SOA composite application. You can determine if 1) was the composite available? 2) what happened to it at runtime?, and 3) what was the payload?

Where required, it is assumed that you have started your Weblogic Administration server, in addition to any Oracle 11g SOA Suite nodes. You should have also be logged into the Oracle Enterprise Manager interface via a web browser as the weblogic username/password.

This debugging information is applicable to Oracle 11g SOA Suite as well as Oracle Fusion Applications that is built upon the Oracle Fusion Middleware and SOA Suite components. It is assumed you are familiar with your SOA composite application and if it calls multple other composites then you have identified the first composite in the business flow.

For additional trace debug information, see ArticleID 'How to enable TRACE / DEBUG logging in SOA Suite 11g / Fusion Applications (<Document 1325672.1>)', linked at the bottom.

Note that Oracle Enterprise Manager (/em) also has context sensitive help available at all times via the Help button in the top right corner of the page - next to the Setup and LogOut options.

For additional information, please see;

Oracle® Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle SOA Suite



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