Monday, May 22, 2017

Oracle SOA Cloud: Deploy MDS Artifacts on SOA Cloud Instance using cloud Enterprise Manager

This BLOG thread discusses the steps on deployment of MDS artifacts on SOA cloud instance.

Setup JDeveloper SOA_DesignTimeRepository

JDeveloper 12.2.1 or 12.2.1.2 by default creates the SOA_DesignTimeRepository. This is a file based repository. At MindTelligent, we link this directory to SVN or GIT master repository. It is imperative that we have a main folder /apps and all the artifacts are stored under the apps folder.

On looking at the Design Time Repository closely, the structure looks like as shown below:
















To change the location of the directory, simply right click on the  SOA_DesignTimeRepository, and click on Properties.









  
















Please click on the Browse button and choose the folder you wish to select as File based Repository
Please note that you do not select the /apps folder under which all the artifacts are located.


































That is it for JDeveloper Setup. You are ready to build your composites.


Deploy the MDS artifacts on SOA cloud


  • Log in to your SOA Cloud Instance 
  • Navigate to the "SOA Fusion Middleware Control Console"























  • Navigate to SOA Infrastructure-->Administration-->MDS configuration











































Choose the option to Import the MDS



































Please navigate to the folder where the Zip file for the SOA_DesignTimeRepository is located. 

The zip file SHOULD include the /apps folder












EM will display the following message if all the artifacts are successfully uploaded to the  MDS:



















Friday, May 5, 2017

Installation of Apache Spark on Windows 10

Apache Spark is an open-source cluster-computing framework. Originally developed at the University of California, Berkeley's AMPLab, the Spark codebase was later donated to the Apache Software Foundation, which has maintained it since. Spark provides an interface for programming entire clusters with implicit data parallelism and fault-tolerance.

Please follow following instructions on installation Apache Spark on Windows 10.

Prerequisites:

Please ensure that you have installed JDK 1.8 or above on your environment.

Steps:

Installation of Scala 2.12.2
  • Please Install Scala after downloading it. 
  • Scala can be downloaded from here.
  • Download will give you a .msi file. Follow instructions and install Scala






















Installation of Spark


  • Spark Can be downloaded from here
  • I am choosing version 2.1.1 prebuit for Hadoop. Please note, I shall be running this without Hadoop.






















  • Extract the tar file into a folder called c:\Spark
  • The contents of the Extract will look like





Download Winutils


  • Download Winutils from these links : 64 bits
  • Create a folder c:\Spark\Winutils\bin and copy this winutils.exe there
  • The folder structure will look like


















Setup Environment Variables


  • Following environment variables will need to be setup:
    • JAVA_HOME: C:\jdk1.8.0_91
    • SCALA_HOME: C:\Program Files (x86)\scala\bin
    • _JAVA_OPTION: -Xms128m -Xmx256m
    • HADOOP_HOME:  C:\Spark\WinUtils
    • SPARK_HOME: C:\Program Files (x86)\scala\bin
  • Create a folder c:\tmp\hive and give it read/write/execute privileges for all
Test Spark Environment

  • Navigate to SPARK_HOME/bin and execute command scala-shell
You should re ready to use Spark






Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Salesforce: Generate Enterprise WSDL

To generate the metadata and enterprise WSDL files for your organization:
  1. Log in to your Salesforce account. You must log in as an administrator or as a user who has the “Modify All Data” permission.
  2. From Setup, enter API in the Quick Find box, then select API
  3. Click Generate Enterprise WSDL and save the XML WSDL file to your file system.


Monday, September 26, 2016

Oracle Virtual Box Only Showing on 32 Bit Options

While trying to configure the SOA 12c on a VM running on 64 bit O/S, when trying to install Ubuntu Linux we observed that Oracle Virtual Box only shows 32 bit options


  • To fix this issue, we need to ensure that in BIOS settings the VM support is enabled
  • Hyper -V needs to be disabled. To do this Enter Windows Key + q and type in turn windows features on or off
         Ensure that the Hyper-V is unchecked and restart your machine.





  • You should now be able to see all 64 bit options.









Thursday, July 28, 2016

Weblogic 10.3.6: Registering the Jersey JAX-RS RI Shared Libraries With Your WebLogic Server Instances

Shared Java EE libraries are registered with one or more WebLogic Server instances by deploying them to the target servers and indicating that the deployments are to be shared. Shared Java EE libraries must be targeted to the same WebLogic Server instances you want to deploy applications that reference the libraries.
When a referencing application is deployed, WebLogic Server merges the shared library files with the application. If you try to deploy a referencing application to a server instance that has not registered a required library, deployment of the referencing application fails with following exception

[Extension-Name: jsr311-api, exact-match: false], [Extension-Name: jersey-bundle, exact-match: false].>
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.sun.jersey.spi.container.servlet.ServletContainer
        at weblogic.utils.classloaders.GenericClassLoader.findLocalClass(GenericClassLoader.java:297)
        at weblogic.utils.classloaders.GenericClassLoader.findClass(GenericClassLoader.java:270)
        at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:306)
        at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:247)
        at weblogic.utils.classloaders.GenericClassLoader.loadClass(GenericClassLoader.java:179)
        at weblogic.servlet.internal.WebAnnotationProcessorImpl.processServlets(WebAnnotationProcessorImpl.java:225)
        at weblogic.servlet.internal.WebAnnotationProcessorImpl.processJ2eeAnnotations(WebAnnotationProcessorImpl.java:209)


The following steps show how to deploy the Jersey JAX-RS RI Shared Libraries With Your WebLogic Server Instances.

  • Change to the directory C:\WLS10-3-6\Oracle\Middleware\wlserver_10.3\server\bin
  • Execute the cmd file setWLSEnv.cmd

  •  Execute the command
java weblogic.Deployer -verbose -noexit -source C:\WLS10-3-6\Oracle\Middleware\wlserver_10.3\common\deployable-libraries\jersey-bundle-1.1.5.1.war -targets AdminServer -adminurl t3://localhost:7001 -user weblogic -password welcome1 -deploy -library



  • Execute the command.
java weblogic.Deployer -verbose -noexit -source C:\WLS10-3-6\Oracle\Middleware\wlserver_10.3\common\deployable-libraries\jsr311-api-1.1.1.war -targets AdminServer -adminurl t3://localhost:7001 -user weblogic -password welcome1 -deploy -library



Monday, July 25, 2016

Weblogic 12.2.1:Java - JMX to get the Server Name and port

 The following section of code discusses how to get the Server Name and Port for the managed server or a cluster where the API is deployed.

     public static Integer getPort() {
       Integer port=null; 
       try {
            InitialContext ctx = new InitialContext();
            String serverName = System.getProperty("weblogic.Name");

            MBeanServer server =
                (MBeanServer)ctx.lookup("java:comp/env/jmx/runtime");

            ObjectName objName =
                new ObjectName("com.bea:Name=" + serverName + ",Type=Server");
            port = (Integer)server.getAttribute(objName, "ListenPort");
            
            ctx.close();
             
            
        } catch (Exception e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
        return port;
    }

Monday, July 4, 2016

Oracle® Weblogic 10.3.6 Or Higher: Steps to create a Self-Signed Certificate using the SHA-256 Algorithm

Support for SHA-256 with JSSE is supported in WLS 10.3.3 and higher, in conjunction with using the JSSE SSL implementation. It is not supported when using the Certicom SSL implementation, which is deprecated in WLS 10.3.4 and higher.

The following sections describes the steps to create the self signed SHA-256 certificate.

  • Set the WLS domain, by executing the command setDomainEnv.sh or setDomainEnv.sh (Windows)
  • Enter the following pieces of when prompted

$ keytool -genkey -alias selfsignedcert -keyalg RSA -sigalg SHA256withRSA -keypass password1 -keystore identity.jks -storepass password -validity 365

What is your first and last name?
[Unknown]: soad.mindtelligent.com
What is the name of your organizational unit?
[Unknown]: mindtelligent-soa
What is the name of your organization?
[Unknown]: MindTelligent
What is the name of your City or Locality?
[Unknown]: El Dorado Hills
What is the name of your State or Province?
[Unknown]: c
What is the two-letter country code for this unit?
[Unknown]: US
Is CN= soad.mindtelligent.com, OU= mindtelligent-soa, O= MindTelligent, L= El Dorado Hills, ST= El Dorado Hills, C=US correct?
[no]: yes

  • Export the certificate

$ keytool -export -alias Mindteligent-SelfSigned -sigalg SHA256withRSA -file root.cer -keystore identity.jks
Enter keystore password:
Certificate stored in file <root.cer>          


  • Import the root certificate to the trust store:

$keytool -import -alias Mindteligent-SelfSigned  -sigalg SHA256withRSA -trustcacerts -file root.cer -keystore trust.jks
Enter keystore password:
Re-enter new password:

  • Please include the following parameter for startup options.


-Dweblogic.ssl.JSSEEnabled=true

Oracle SOA Cloud: Deploy MDS Artifacts on SOA Cloud Instance using cloud Enterprise Manager

This BLOG thread discusses the steps on deployment of MDS artifacts on SOA cloud instance. Setup JDeveloper SOA_DesignTimeRepository JDe...