This chapter focuses on the server-side development of Oracle Service Registry extensions. Possible ways of accessing Oracle Service Registry are discussed including examples.
Accessing backend APIs via servlet deployed on an application server.
Custom Oracle Service Registry Modules - how to create and deploy custom Oracle Service Registry modules.
Interceptors can monitor or modify the requests and responses of Oracle Service Registry. Interceptors are at the lowest level of Oracle Service Registry API call processing.
Writing custom Validation services - Oracle Service Registry provides several ways to define and use validation services for taxonomies or identifier systems inluding remotely and locally deployed validation services and an internal validation service. For details, please see User's Guide, Taxonomy: Principles, Creation and Validation. This chapter focuses how to create a validation service.
Writing subscription notification services - How to implement subscription notification service deployed on Systinet Server for Java.
JSP Framework - This section covers the Web Framework.
Business Service Control Framework - This section covers the Business Service Control Framework.