Tuesday Nov 27, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for November 27, 2012

  • Eventing Hello World | Ronald van Luttikhuizen
    Oracle ACE Director Ronald van Luttikhuizen shares the slides, source code, and other information from his recent presentation at the DOAG conference in Nürnberg.
  • How to Create Virtual Directory in Weblogic Server | Zeeshan Baig
    Oracle ACE Zeeshan Baig shows you how in six easy steps.
  • ADF Mobile - Secured Web Service Access | Andrejus Baranovskis
    "There are good tutorials how to consume open Web Service in ADF Mobile," says Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis, "but in practice almost every Web Service exposed for the mobile must be secured - who wants to expose open Web Service on the public internet?" His blog post will set you on the right course.
  • How-to: Starting with Oracle Service Bus | Dr. Frank Munz
    Dr. Frank Munz shares advice and resources for those interested in getting started with Oracle Service Bus.
  • One-Stop Shop for Oracle Webcasts
    Webcasts can be a great way to get information about Oracle products without having to go cross-eyed reading yet another document off your computer screen. Oracle's new Webcast Center offers selectable filtering to make it easy to get to the information you want. Yes, you have to register to gain access, but that process is quick, and with over 200 webcasts to choose from you know you'll find useful content.

Thought for the Day

"There is only one thing more painful than learning from experience and that is not learning from experience."

Archibald MacLeish
(May 7, 1892 – April 20, 1982)

Source: SoftwareQuotes.com

Wednesday Nov 21, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for November 21, 2012

  • Fault Handling and Prevention - Part 1 | Guido Schmutz and Ronald van Luttikhuizen
    In this technical article, part one of a four part series, Oracle ACE Directors Guido Schmutz and Ronald van Luttikhuizen guide you through an introduction to fault handling in a service-oriented environment using Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus.
  • One Stop Shop for Oracle Webcasts
    Webcasts can be a great way to get information about Oracle products without having to go cross-eyed reading yet another document off your computer screen. Oracle's new Webcast Center offers selectable filtering to make it easy to get to the information you want. Yes, you have to register to gain access, but that process is quick, and with over 200 webcasts to choose from you know you'll find useful content.
  • Oracle on Oracle: Is that all? (Identity Management)| Darin Pendergraft Darin Pendergraft shares a discussion with Jaime Cardoso aboutthe latter's experience with Oracle's IDM products. What's particularly interesting is that the discussion grew out of Jaime's highly critical comment that Darin missed important pointsabout those products in an earlier interview Chirag Andani. If that ain't social engagement, I don't know what is.
  • I.T. Chargeback : Core to Cloud Computing | Zero to Cloud
    "While chargeback has existed as a concept for many years (especially in mainframe environments), it is the move to this self-service model that has created a need for a new breed of chargeback applications for cloud," says Mark McGill. "Enabling self-service without some form of chargeback is like opening a shop where all of the goods are free."
  • New Self-paced Online Oracle BPM 11g Developer Training | Dan Atwood Oracle ACE Dan Atwood of Avio Consulting shares a lot of information about a new Oracle BPM 11g Developer Workshop.
  • JPA SQL and Fetching tuning ( EclipseLink ) | Edwin Biemond Oracle ACE Edwin Biemond's post illustrates how to "use the department and employee entity of the HR Oracle demo schema to explain the JPA options you have to control the SQL statements and the JPA relation Fetching."

Thought for the Day

"Team development is like a birthday cake. Everybody gets a piece."

— Assaad Chalhoub

Source: SoftwareQuotes.com

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