As an example I have used the JCA DB adapter as an example. Edwin Biemond has provided the steps here: James Posted by guest on June 20, 2011 at AM GMT # Hello, James. I have followed all the tutorial, except for this step, and it is giving the following error: Yes you need to configure the JNDI name.Have a look at an earlier post Its for MSSQL but the configuration in WLS console is the same but obviously you need to change for Oracle DB.Web Sphere V7.0 and Web Sphere V8.0 along with the underlying Java 6 used in Web Sphere V8.5 are going End Of Service in April 2018.For more information, please review the announcement at: https://ibm.co/2q VOJCQ.Posted by James Taylor on September 27, 2011 at AM GMT # Hello Hello, James. I have a question, if the Oracle BPEL Process Manager and JDeveloper, allow me to do the same that in Oracle Service Bus (OSB), related to orchestration, transformation, service calls, etc., then what would be the real difference OSB, ie that I would have an ESB if the BPEL Process Manager and JDeveloper would perform the same. Posted by Dalila on November 01, 2011 at PM GMT # Hello, James. it can read the data from one table,but it can't be read into another table,i do not why? Posted by guest on March 23, 2012 at PM GMT # It sounds like you have the adapter working, the issue looks more to do with your OSB code and translations, etc.You would need to provide more information for me to give more detail on what you are experiencing.We can do this by selecting the xquery and setting the customer variable.If $customer is ‘A’ it will call BS_Customer A and if $customer is ‘B’ it will call BS_Customer B and if empty it will also call BS_Customer A.
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