Using schematron in oracle soa suite 11g for validating xml
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.Oracle Mediator provides the following features: You can create an Oracle Mediator service component in a SOA composite application of Oracle JDeveloper and then configure it using the Mediator Editor.
Oracle Mediator provides a lightweight framework to mediate between various components within a composite application.
Figure 18-14 shows how an Oracle Mediator created with a one-way interface appears in the Mediator Editor.
The arrow to the left of the Oracle Mediator supports synchronous request-response interactions.
In a synchronous interaction, a client sends a request to a service and receives an immediate response.
The client does not proceed further until the response arrives.
An Oracle Mediator service component can evaluate routing rules, perform transformations, validate, and either invoke another service or raise another business event.