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Oracle SOA File/FTP Adapter

Oracle SOA File/FTP Adapter

Oracle File/FTP Adapter is one of the service component of the Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle File and FTP Adapter allows BPEL or Mediator process to exchange (i.e read or write) files on local file systems or remote file (i.e FTP or SFTP) system

Integration of FTP Adapter

Drag a FTP Adapter from component palette and drop it in exposed services

Step 1: 

Step1FTP

Click Next

Step 2:

 

 

Step2FTP

Enter Service Name and Click Next

Step 3:

Step3FTP

Click Next

Step 4:

Step4FTP

Enter JNDI Name and Click Next

Step 5:

Step5FTP

Select Get File to read file or Select Put File to write the file and Click Next

Step 6:

Step6FTP

Select either physical path and specify the incoming file directory or

Select logical name and specify the directory in config plan

Either Select or deselect delete file after successful retrieval

If required to archive the file before deleting the file, Select Archive processed files and specify either physical path or logical name

Click Next

Step 7:

Step7FTP

Enter the required file Pattern to been read and click Next

Step 8:

Step8FTP

Specify the file polling frequency in seconds

Specify the minimum File Age in seconds

Click Next

Step 9:

Step9FTP

If the file message format translation is not required then select Schema is Opaque

If required click on browse button and find the schema and click OK

Click Next

Step 10:

Step10FTP

Click Finish

Step 11:

setUp FTP Adapter configuration in SOA weblogic domain

  1. Open http://hostname:port/console

Click Deployments   –>  FTPAdapterStep1FTPConfig

2. Go to Configuration  –>  Outbound Connection Pools

Click New to create new FTP Configuration

Step2FTPConfig

3. Select javax.resource.cci.ConnectionFactory

Step03FTPConfig

Click Next

4.Enter the JNDI name and Click Finish

Step4FTPConfig

5.Now click on eis/ftp/read to enter the configuration

Step5FTPConfig

Select either Public key authentication or password authentication and

click Next

6.Enter the host name

Step6FTPConfig

Click Next

7.Enter password  and port number 21 for FTP and 22 for SFTP

Step7FTPConfig

Click Next

8.

Step8FTPConfig

Click Next

9. Enter Server Type either win for windows or unix

Step9FTPConfig

Click Next

10.Enter Username , if your using SFTP make useSftp to true

Step10FTPConfig

Click Save

11. Once Configuration is saved Update FTP Adapter

Step11FTPConfig

Select FtpAdapter and click Update

12. Select Update this application in place with new deployment plan changes

Step12FTPConfig

Click next

13.

Step13FTPConfig

Click Finish

14.Once update is done click Activate Changes

Step14FTPConfig

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Comments

  1. gokul says:

    nice explanation and Screenshot

  2. Sridharan says:

    Hi, I have updated the ftpadaptor, but in SOA half of the time it is picking the old ip, is there any cache in Oralce BPEL SOA application? please help.

  3. Ramesh says:

    Hi Kindly Re-start the WebLogic Server after making the changes . The changes will get reflected.

    Regards
    Ramesh

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