Monitoring Datasources in Weblogic/SOA/OSB

Datasource monitoring is one of the key monitoring topics in weblogic based applications. We have been using simple WLST script to alert us when a datasource is not working properly. Most of the times, root cause will be a intermittent network/DB issue. To recover from the issue, we will reset/restart Continue Reading

Aborting Oracle SOA instances programmatically using WLST

There are multiple ways to abort recoverable instances in SOA suites: From em console Updating dehydration tables Programmatically First option, em console, is useful when there are few instances to be aborted. Though we can update dehydration tables to change instance status, it is not a Oracle recommended approach. I Continue Reading