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Databaseless Oracle Service Bus Setup

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Databaseless Oracle Service Bus Setup

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In case you have no DBMS in place that is certified for Oracle Service Bus and don't want to risk breaking your support contract it's possible to do a databaseless setup. However, this comes at a price as you won't be able to use the following features:

  • OSB Reporting functionality
  • WSM policies

For a high availability setup, you also have to consider the following aspects:

  • filestores for JMS destinations and the JTA logs for the transaction recovery service must be put on a shared storage solution to be available to all nodes that participate in a cluster configuration (typically, for this scenario, a SAN-based filestore will outperform a JDBC store anyway)
  • if you want to use the automatic server/service migration feature you must use consensus leasing as the migration basis (this means that the cluster master will maintain the leases for migratable singleton services in memory).
  • if you want to persist http sessions you'll also have to use a filestore on a shared storage solution.

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