Showing posts from September, 2013

Manage SOAPAction of the Out Message

   When you are sending a request message to a backend service through WSO2 ESB, there could be some scenarios where you need to remove or change the SOAPAction header value. Using header mediator and property mediator which are available in WSO2 ESB, we can remove SOAPAction or set it empty. Set SOAPAction as Empty: <header name="Action" value=""/> <property name="SOAPAction" scope="transport" value=""/> Remove SOAPAction: <header action="remove" name="Action"/> <property action="remove" name="SOAPAction" scope="transport"/> Modify SOAPAction: When setting SOAPAction one of the below approches can be used 1) . <header name="Action" value="fixedAction"/> 2). <header expression="xpath-expression" name="Action"/> More Info: Header Mediator TCPMon: If we need to monitor the messages getting

Oracle JDBC driver for Maven

When you are adding the oracle jdbc driver to your project as a dependency, you will not be able to get it resolved from the public repository. This is happening due to license compatibility issue. Therefore you have to manual install Oracle JDBC driver into your local repo or private repo. This is not limited to Oracle JDBC driver, there are some JARs which are not available in the public repos. Oracle JDBC drover can be downloaded from their web site .  When you are adding a JAR to the repository or project, you can refer " Maven add jar without install " post or below command. mvn install:install-file -DartifactId=ojdbc14 -Dversion= -Dpackaging=jar -Dfile=ojdbc.jar -DgeneratePom=true  If you need to add JARs in to Central Repository this Maven guide will help.