ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for November 30, 2012
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Nov 30, 2012
- Oracle SOA Database Adapter Polling in a Cluster: A Handy Logical Delete Pattern | Carlo Arteaga
"Using the SOA database adapter usually becomes easier when the adapter is simply viewed and treated as a gateway between the Oracle SOA composite world and the database world," says Carlo Arteaga. "When viewing the adapter in this light one should come to understand that the adapter is not the ultimate all-in-one solution for database access and database logic needs."
- OIM 11g : Multi-thread approach for writing custom scheduled job | Saravanan V S
Saravanan shares insight and expertise relevant to "designing and developing an OIM schedule job that uses multi threaded approach for updating data in OIM using APIs."
- When Premature Optimization Isn't | Dustin Marx
"Perhaps the most common situations in which I have seen developers make bad decisions under the pretense of 'avoiding premature optimization' is making bad architecture or design choices," says Dustin Marx.
- Protecting Intranet and Extranet Applications with a Single OAM 11g Deployment | Brian Eidelman
Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team member Brian Eideleman's post, part of the Oracle Access Manager Academy series, explores issues and soluions around setting up a single OAM deployment to protect both intranet and extranet apps.
Thought for the Day
"Never make a technical decision based upon the politics of the situation, and never make a political decision based upon technical issues."