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Oracle SOA 12c Principles SOA Dehydration stores – Useful SQL Queries by Sanae BEKKAR

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I share my main returns as part of a client request to extract the payloads of the instances in a given time interval, with payloads of instances in CLOB format. It’s an opportunity to explore the main SOA dehydration stores and queries the most used in 12c, and share them with you for such requests, I hope it will be useful,

I. Description  of the principal’s tables  used

Below mentioned tables are the important ones that will be used to locate the instances.

CUBE_INSTANCE
COMPOSITE_INSTANCE
SCA_SENSOR_VALUE

COMPOSITE_INSTANCE

Below are the important columns in composite instance tables.

ECID: Unique values for one end-to-end transactions across several tables.
ID: Instance ID that is visible in Enterprise Manager Console
PARENT_ID: This will be null for initiator composite and child composite will have the value of parent composite
COMPOSITE_DN: Composite name along with partition name
STATE: State of the instance like completed, running etc which is explained in details
CREATED_TIME: Creation time of an instance

List of states and its description: Read the complete article here.

 

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