Using schematron in oracle soa suite 11g for validating xml
Oracle Mediator facilitates integration between events and services, where service invocations and events can be mixed and matched.
You can use an Oracle Mediator service component to consume a business event or receive a service invocation.
You can create an Oracle Mediator with the following interface options: You can create an empty Oracle Mediator with no interface definition.
For example, Oracle Mediator can accept data contained in a text file from an application or service, transform it into a format appropriate for updating a database that serves as a customer repository, and then route and deliver the data to that database.The Oracle Mediator files that define a synchronous interaction are generated under the specified application and project in the Application Navigator, and the new Oracle Mediator appears in the Mediator Editor in Design view.In a synchronous interaction, only one port is defined because the response is sent to the same port as the request.To create an Oracle Mediator based on a WSDL file: The Oracle Mediator files are generated under the specified application and project in the Application Navigator, and the new Oracle Mediator appears in the Mediator Editor in Design view.If the WSDL file you specify is located in a different directory from the project files, the file and its associated schema files are copied to the Oracle Mediator project.