By OTN ArchBeat on May 28, 2013
At last count 2,400 people now follow the OTN ArchBeat Facebook page to stay connected to the latest content from community members. Here's the list of the Top 10 most popular items for the week of May 19-25, 2013.
- Integrating Oracle eBS Responsibility Profiles and Oracle BI 11g Application Roles
"Instead of making a Oracle BI Application Role for each Oracle eBS Responsibility you would like to use in Oracle BI, make use of an Oracle eBS Profile Option," suggests Daan Bakboord. He shows you how in this post.
- OIM 11g R2 Self Registration with CAPTCHA
This post from Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team architect Daniel Gralewski "walks you through the fun of customizing OIM and adding a CAPTCHA solution to the self-registration page."
- Photos and Presentation Downloads from the Rittman Mead BI Forum 2013, Brighton & Atlanta
[Oracle ACE Director Mark Rittman shares photos and presentation downloads from the recent Rittman Mead Business Intelligence Forums in Brighton (UK) and Atlanta, GA.
- How to Optimize Your Web Commerce Infrastructure
In this OTN technical article Christopher J. Martin and Laura Verdibello describe how to optimize your web commerce infrastructure by tuning Oracle ATG web commerce applications on SPARC SuperCluster.
- Do You Even Test?
What's the connection between a confusing set of switches in a hotel bathroom and usability testing for applications? Oracle ACE Director Sten Vesterli explains.
- Case Study: Backporting a JDeveloper Project from11gR2 to 11gR1
Oracle ACE Timo Hahn shares a case history that illustrates how to backport a JDeveloper Project from 11gR2 to 11gR1.
- Custom Transaction Factory in ADF BC for After Commit
Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis presents an Oracle ADF 11g R2 use case for implementing global after commit call. The post includes a sample app.
- Sign Here Please
Oracle WebCenter and ADF A-Team blogger Jon McDonald shares a must read post "for those of you who manage a process which requires you to capture electronic signatures on the documents that are part of that process."
- Your Place in the Evolving IT Landscape
Ten years after "IT Doesn't Matter," are you prepared to deal with the future?
- Reuse comes to pass in the app world
"SOA calls for more expansive thinking early on in development projects, with consideration of how a service can and will be shared," says ZDNet SOA blogger Joe McKendrick. "Perhaps today's generation of app developers can adopt this thinking as well."
Thought for the Day
"If you do not design your failure modes, then you will get whatever unpredictable--and usually dangerous--ones happen to emerge."