The Oracle Service Bus got some nice features to monitor its endpoints, see if they are still online and you may allow these Proxy and Business Service endpoints in the Operations view of the SBConsole. In OSB you can also make a SLA alert rule to reviews these endpoint changes to the SBConsole, send mail, SNMP capture or publish on a JMS queue.
These options aren’t enabled by default, you must do the steps, I explain in this blogpost.When you create or deployed some new Proxy and Business Services you will not see these endpoints in the Service Health Tab of the Operations View. When you open up the Operation Settings of the Business or Proxy Service to monitoring is not turned on by default. Create a new Session and change the monitoring setting.
When you get back to the Service Health Tab of the Operations view, you will now see that the Endpoint of this Business Service continues to be Online. Click on the Online link and you shall see that the Action link is not allowed. If you use the OEPE workshop, you can also allow monitoring by opening the Business or Proxy Service in a text editor and change this setting manually.
When you know the endpoint is active again you can press the Action hyperlink and the OSB will check it for you and enable it again. Next thing is to make a SLA alert rule so can monitor and report the endpoints changes. Open the SLA Alert Rules Tab of the Proxy and Business Service. Select Status for the endpoints monitoring. Make a guideline for online and offline Endpoints.
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