Thursday Nov 21, 2013

Video: Andre Boaventura: Achieving Greater Responsiveness with BPM

Members of the Oracle community have always played a significant role Thomas Erl's SOA, Cloud, and Service Technology Symposium, now in its sixth year. This year is certainly no exception, as more than a dozen community members are among the presenters at this year's event, December 4-5, 2013 in Mexico City.

One of those presenters is Andre Boaventura, an Oracle senior product manager focused on Oracle's Cloud Application Foundation products (which include Oracle WebLogic and Oracle Coherence). In this video Andre offers a preview of "Achieving Greater Responsiveness with BPM," the session he will present as part of the BPM & Adaptive Case Management track at the SOA, Cloud, and Service Technology Symposium.

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for November 21, 2013

  1. YouTube Video: Design - Transactions and Data Controls | Chris Muir
    Chris Muir returns with another video from ADF Architecture TV. This video focuses on "the need for transactions and how they're implemented and supported via ADF Data Controls."
  2. Creating ADF BC View Object Instances On The Fly | Andrejus Baranovskis
    This post by Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis describes a use case in which "we have a set of common Entity Objects and want to handle View Objects and UI dynamically."
  3. JDeveloper Extension To Suppress Warnings | Wilfred vander Deijl
    Oracle ACE Wilfred vander Deijl shares the details on a JDeveloper 12c extension he created to suppress warnings when working with XML files.
  4. How to Recognize the Requirements in Use Cases | Jan Kettenis
    Solution architect Jan Kettenis shares tips for writing effective use cases.
  5. Oracle BPM 11g: Adaptive Case Management Quick Start Video Series | Oracle Learning Library
    This series of Oracle Learning Library video tutorials is designed to introduce business analysts and application developers to Adaptive Case Management in Oracle BPM 11g.
  6. Transaction Boundaries and Rollbacks in Oracle SOA Suite | Oracle Learning Library
    This self-study eCourse from Oracle Learning Library explains transaction boundaries in SOA mediator and BPEL components, and includes examples of rollback behaviors in various sample transaction scenarios.

Thought for the Day

"It is dangerous to be right in matters on which the established authorities are wrong."

Voltaire, French writer, historian, and philosopher
(November 21, 1694 – May 30, 1778)


Monday Oct 21, 2013

Archbeat Link-O-Rama Top 10 Facebook Faves for October 13-19, 2013

The list below represents that Top 10 most popular items shared on the OTN ArchBeat Facebook Page for the week of October 13-19, 2013, as determined by the clicks, likes, and other activities among the 4,425 fans of that page.

  1. Going Mobile with ADF – Implementing Data Caching and Syncing for Working Offline | Steven Davelaar
    Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team solution architect Steven Davelaar takes you on a deep dive into how to use ADF Mobile to create an on-device application that supports working in offline mode.
  2. OOW 2013 Summary for Fusion Middleware Architects & Administrators | Simon Haslam
    Oracle ACE Director Simon Haslam shares a very thorough and detailed summary of the most interesting news coming out of Oracle OpenWorld 2013 for Fusion Middleware architects and administrators.
  3. Coherence Special Interest Group (SIG) – Sydney, October 24th
    If you're in the neighborhood... The Coherence Special Interest Group (SIG) in Sydney, Australia will be held on Thursday October 24th at the Park Hyatt Sydney, in The Rocks, between 9am and 5pm. The event will include presentations from customers, partners, and Coherence engineering team members and product managers. Click the link for more info.
  4. Free eBook: Oracle Multitenant for Dummies
    Oracle Multitenant for Dummies is a new e-book that provides a clear overview of the Oracle Database 12c multitenant architecture. It's free (registration required).
  5. Oracle BI Apps – GoldenGate Integration - Part 1: Introduction | Michael Rainey
    Michael Rainey launches a series of posts that guide you through "the architecture and setup for using GoldenGate with OBIA"
  6. Enriching XMLType data using relational data – XQuery and fn:collection in action | Lucas Jellema
    Another detailed technical post from the always prolific Oracle ACE Director Lucas Jellema.
  7. Webgate Reverse Proxy Farm | Vinay Kalra
    Vinay Kalra's blog post discusses architecture and recommendations for centralizing Webgate deployments onto a server farm.
  8. Free Poster: Adaptive Case Management in Practice
    Thanks to Masons of SOA member Danilo Schmiedel for providing a hi-res copy of the Adaptive Case Management poster, now available for download from the OTN ArchBeat Blog.
  9. Should your team use a framework? | Sten Vesterli
    "Some developers have an aversion to frameworks, feeling that it will be faster to just write everything themselves," observes Oracle ACE Director Sten Vesterli. He explains why that's a very bad idea in this short post.
  10. Integrating Custom BPM Worklist into WebCenter Portal | Andrejus Baranovskis
    Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis shares a sample application configured to run a custom BPM Worklist, and shares steps describing how to configure and access it from the WebCenter Portal.

Thought for the Day

"Morning comes whether you set the alarm or not."

Ursula K. Le Guin
(Born October 21, 1929)


Wednesday Oct 16, 2013

Free Poster: Adaptive Case Management in Practice

In an earlier post I mentioned the availability of a poster created by the Masons of SOA (seen in the image above) that depicts Adaptive Case Management (ACM) in Practice. Danilo Schmiedel, one of the Masons, was kind enough to send me a hi-res copy of that poster to make available to readers of this blog.

Download the poster here: ACM in Practice

Tuesday Oct 15, 2013

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for October 15, 2013

Thought for the Day

"You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist."

Friedrich Nietzsche, German philosopher
(October 15, 1844 – August 25, 1900)





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