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SOA Suite 11g Business Rules Bucket Set Limit Enumeration (Doc ID 1564948.1)

Last updated on MARCH 15, 2019

Applies to:

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


JDeveloper (with the SOA Add On) overlooks the XML Facts contained within an .XSD file if it contains more than 100 enumerations.

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Create New SOA Suite Project
  2. In the XSD folder, create a new XSD and create a simple type like this:

  3. Now create a SOA Suite rule in the same project in JDeveloper
  4. Go to 'Facts' and click the green plus sign
  5. Add the schema just created
  6. It is expected that to display the TestEnum type in the 'Target Classes' window, but it is not there
  7. Go ahead and import 'TestSubject'
  8. Back in the XML Facts window, right click on TestSubject and edit it
  9. in the 'Attributes' drop-down, click 'Properties' and confirm that the 'TestSubjectEnum' has now switched its type from 'TestEnum' to 'String' (which is the really worrying part!)




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