I am using the pre-built virtual image that Oracle provides as a public VM in OTN (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/soasuite/learnmore/soa-vm-2870913.html). If you don’t have an existing environment, you can download this VM and use it as part of the following exercises.
In this blog we are going to use Oracle JCA JMS adapter. You will realise that the JMS adapter is part of the JCA framework, together with all the Technology Adapters (300+), such as Database, File, FTP, LDAP, Socket, REST, SOAP, AQ, Coherence, etc. This basically means that all of these technology adapters will be created and configured almost identically.
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I am using the pre-built virtual image that Oracle provides as a public VM in OTN (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/soasuite/learnmore/soa-vm-2870913.html). If you don’t have an existing environment, you can download this VM and use the underlying Oracle DB for the following exercises. The details are as follows:
- Sysdba: sys/welcome1
- Port: 1521
- SID: soadb
Otherwise modify the connection settings accordingly to point to any other database.
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This section provides an overview of how to configure the Salesforce adapter as part of an on-premise installation/configuration. Notice that Oracle provides an out-of-the box Integration Cloud Service in the Oracle Public cloud where these steps are not required anymore, as these adapters are provisioned and configured by default. For more information on how to integrate into Salesforce using Oracle Integration Cloud Service, refer to this other blog: https://solutionsanz.wordpress.com/2016/11/22/teaching-how-to-integrate-salesforce-with-ics/
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- Insert a USB flash drive into a running computer.
- Open a Command Prompt window as an administrator.
- Type diskpart.
- In the new command line window that opens, to determine the USB flash drive number or drive letter, at the command prompt, type list disk, and then click ENTER. The list disk command displays all the disks on the computer. Note the drive number or drive letter of the USB flash drive.
- At the command prompt, type select disk , where X is the drive number or drive letter of the USB flash drive, and then click ENTER.
- Type clean, and the click ENTER. This command deletes all data from the USB flash drive.
- To create a new primary partition on the USB flash drive, type create part pri, and then click ENTER.
- To select the partition that you just created, type select part 1, and then click ENTER.
To format the partition, type format
fs=fat32 quick, and then click ENTER.
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You can try NAT based connection and it will work just fine, but you will not be able to access your VM servers externally, unless you map ports. Another option is to use “Bridge Adapter”. Look:
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- As root, run the following command:
cat << EOF > /etc/yum.repos.d/google-chrome.repo
name=google-chrome – \$basearch
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