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Possible Values For InterceptorChain Interceptor Configuration Files (Doc ID 2238909.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 06, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Service Registry - Version 11.1.1.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

What are the possible values for interceptorChain Interceptor configuration files?


The below document was followed to create the interceptor that logs requests:

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  Oracle Fusion Middleware Service Registry Guide 11g (11.1.1.6.0)
  E13665-02
  November 2011
  http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/registry/osr111productdocumentation-159992.pdf
  Section 3.3.2. Logging Interceptor Sample
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An interceptor class was developed and deployed on OSR 11.1.1.6 running on Weblogic 10.3.6.  It has the interceptor config file.

The following line is seen in the example file:

<UDDIInterceptor name="<INTERCEPTOR>" instanceName="<INSTANCE>" interceptorChain="inquiry_v3" request="true"response="true" fault="true" />

What are the possible values for the interceptorChain property?

In testing, it was set to :

  inquiry_v3,
  publishing_v3 and
  security_v3

but the interceptor seems to receive only the request from the operations defined in the UDDI Inquiry_v3 Port from the OSR Web Service API.

Oracle Documentation states:

  "interceptorChain - UDDIInterceptorChains are defined for each API in their configuration files. This attribute contains a reference to the required API."

the WSDL http://<HOST>:<PORT>/registry/uddi/inquiry/3.0/wsdl defines three Ports:

  UDDI_Inquiry_PortType (defines oepration find_business)
  UDDI_Publication_PortType (defines oepration save_business)
  UDDI_Security_PortType


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