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Getting started with Oracle Service Bus 12c: importing 11g sources

by Laurens van der Starre on June 27, 2014 · 3 comments

Oracle has finally announced 12c, so now everybody can get their hands on it. One of the new features is that Oracle Service Bus development is integrated into Oracle jDeveloper Studio.

One way to get started quickly is by simply importing your 11g service bus sources into 12c.

First export your 11g sources, either from the Servicebus Console or Eclipse (OEPE):

Export from OEPEThen, this sbconfig.jar is easily imported into the new Oracle jDeveloper Studio 12c (as expected):

The wizard flow is basically the same as importing resources into Eclipse in 11g:

import-config

import-config-2

import-config-3And finally you have your 11g sourvces converted to the new “SCA-like” IDE of 12c.

import-complete If you have multiple proxy services in the same project, they will all be placed into the same overview. That can look a bit crowded. So probably some rework is required. But that was also the case with Oracle SOA Suite 10g migration to 11g, so we’re used to that :)

Happy coding!

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christian andres diaz donoso July 24, 2014 at 12:02 am

hello glad, when I import the query when I visualize the project osb xquery me a symbol 04 appears and when opening the xquery appears in code mode and not the graphic design way, you know you do in that case

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mark August 26, 2015 at 7:55 am

Hello,
what are the benefits of migrating from 11g to 12c? Any new features or advanced functionalities? We are currently considering if it is worth it to migrate. Thanks a lot for reply.

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Laurens van der Starre August 26, 2015 at 8:01 am

Apart from bugfixes, some new features in OSB 12c, the new Enterprise Manager, the main reason to consider upgrading to OSB12c would be the jDeveloper IDE if you ask me. In 12c you only need one IDE for everything. You have the XSLT transformation editor, XQuery, you can config your JCA adapters there. No need to switch between Eclipse and jDev as you would in 11g.

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