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Getting Started with Oracle Event Processing 11g by Lloyd Williams, Robin J. Smith, Alexandre Alves

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Exploring the EPN extensions

In this section we will explore all of the elements of an EPN that we can use to build our application. You can find the schema that contains the EPN extension elements at <MIDDLEWARE_HOME>\ocep_11.1\xsd\spring-wlevs-v11_1_1_7.xsd.

Defining a simple Spring bean

The simplest element that you can define within an EPN is a Spring bean. This is not an EPN extension, but we wanted to point out that you may still use this element. It can be defined at the top level within your EPN XML file, as done in the following example for a converter bean:

<bean id="InboundJmsJaxbMessageConverter" class="com.oracle.cep.adapter.InboundJmsJaxbMessageConverter"/>

You can also define it within a listener element to act as the listener for processing ...

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