Fusion Middleware Live Application Development Demo Oracle Open World 2012

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Fusion Middleware Live Application Development Demo Oracle Open World 2012

  1. 1. Fusion Middleware LiveApplication Development Demo The team: Duncan, Chris, Ronald, Guido, Aino, Luc, Lonneke, Lucas
  2. 2. Setting• Conference organization• Hundreds of speakers from dozens of countries – And a very meticulous abstract review process• Thousands of attendees• Strict timelines• High quality expectations – We can f*** up precisely once
  3. 3. Business Challenges• Having to find out what needs to be done today• Sticking to the deadlines• Bringing new staff up to speed• Communicating with speakers and attendees – Answering questions – Processing data – Informing of new information and Prompting to action• Making the process more efficient
  4. 4. Process and Players
  5. 5. Process and Players ?
  6. 6. Why not use Fusion Applications?
  7. 7. Fusion Middleware
  8. 8. Architecture of Fusion Applications View Business Logic Data Business Services ADF Data Binding events BAM Human Workflow Mediator /BPEL Rules Service assign Process facts Engine complete resultsMonitoring Human interaction Orchestration Policy evaluation
  9. 9. Today’s Architecture ADF BPM SOA Suite Database
  10. 10. Decoupled Development – Interface based ADF Web EDN service Events (WSDL BPM (XSD) SQL & XSD) Web serviceover (WSDL &JDBC EDN Events XSD) (XSD) SOA Suite AQ & DB Adapter Database
  11. 11. First steps• Define data model – Canonical model in terms of XML: XSD – Database: SQL & PL/SQL
  12. 12. Model of Database
  13. 13. First steps• Define data model – Canonical model in terms of XML: XSD – Database: SQL & PL/SQL• Define Interfaces – Service, Operation, Messages (input & output): WSDL and XSD• Define Business Events – When and What (payload): EDL and XSD• Define Process
  14. 14. Defining the business process• Activities – Automated activities: Services – Human activities: Tasks (and User Interfaces)• Process Data• Flow and logic – Sequence of activities, parallel flows – Decision points (forks), conditional steps – Loops, loop backs• Non-happy day scenarios and exceptions
  15. 15. Agenda• Defining the Process through BPM(N)• Designing and Implementing the Services• Creating the User Interfaces – The back office administration – The speaker portal – The conference portal (schedule builder)• End to End demo• Revision of process, services and UI – Based on audience suggestions• Final demo and wrap up

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