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SERVICE BUS 11g Tutorials

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: What is Service Bus ?
Chapter 3: OSB Architecture
Chapter 4: OSB Components
Chapter 5: OSB Protocols
Chapter 6: Reporting & Monitoring
Chapter 7: Error Handling

SERVICE BUS 11g Training

Oracle Service Bus 11g Training Course

SERVICE BUS 11g Installation

Part 1: Oracle Service Bus Installation
Part 2: Start and Stop Server

SERVICE BUS 11g Interview Questions and Answers

Part 1: OSB Basics
Part 2: Installation
Part 3: OSB Architecture & Components
Part 4: OSB Message Flow

Part 2: Start and Stop Server

When we work on OSB tool on our local environment, we need to start our server before we start working on it and later once we complete all our work, we need to stop the server. Follow below steps to start and stop OSB server.

Start Server

Before we start OSB server, we need to ensure that our database is up and running. Click on Start Database link as show below to start the database.


Start Database

Start OSB server steps depends upon how we configure our domain, if we have selected ” Oracle OSB for Developer” option then we need to run only one command that will start both Admin (WebLogic) and Managed server (OSB). But in case we have selected other option “Oracle OSB” then we need to run two commands, one for admin (WebLogic) server and other for managed server (OSB).

Oracle Service Bus for developer Option:
Go to {MIDDLEWARE_HOME}\user_projects\domains\base_domain\bin directory and run startWebLogic.cmd command.

Start Admin Server

Start Admin Server

Oracle Service Bus Option Selected:
To Start Admin Server (WebLogic) :
Go to {MIDDLEWARE_HOME}\user_projects\domains\base_domain\bin directory and run startWebLogic.cmd command.
To Start Managed Server (SOA Suite):
Go to {MIDDLEWARE_HOME}\user_projects\domains\base_domain\bin directory and open it in command prompt. Then run below command.
startManagedWebLogic.cmd osb_server1

Stop Server

We can simply click ctrl+c to stop the server or we can run stopWebLogic.cmd to stop admin server and stopManagedWebLogic.cmd to stop managed server.


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