- Secured information exchange between two highly profiled Ministries of the Middle East using BPEL and messaging queue.
- Each Request ID generated by Oracle Forms has to be exchanged in CP420 format with the systems of the other ministry using messaging queue. [Request ID being the unique co-relation key to exchange information request from one system and response from the other system]. In Response Part, CP420 file is converted back to ASCII format before calling the BPEL process to update information for the requested ministry.
- Fault handling and Tracking of Invalid and Lost Information
- A Business Process Centric approach to integration and leveraging the Oracle Business Process Execution Language.
- Oracle’s Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) solution offers a comprehensive approach to integrate point-to-point Legacy Enterprise Systems. Utilizing Oracle BPEL's capabilities, the solution automates and updates all status and information aligned to each request.
- This generic application also uses EDN (Event Delivery Network using rules) to manage failure conditions.
- Business Processing Execution Language and Messaging queue enabled integration between Labor Ministry and Interior Ministry Enterprise Systems.
- Based on Request ID Generation of valid XML, Fixed Length and CP420 (EBCDIC) format files.
- Tracking of Invalid Requests.
- Event Delivery Network to handle failure conditions.
- Fault and Exception Handling through BPEL.
- End to End Validations from data sanity perspective.
- Oracle SOA Suite 12c
- Oracle Service Bus 12c
- Oracle Database 12c
- Oracle WebLogic Server 12c
- IBM MQ
- Web Services