This live one-day event will bring together architects from a broad range of disciplines and domains to share insights and expertise in the use of Oracle technologies to meet the challenges today’s architects regularly face.
"The migration was huge effort. Over 1400 projects were migrated (and some 30 projects are left to go). A large part of the migration was a big cleanup of abandoned projects...The new java.net site is smaller, faster and now the percentage of good, current content is much higher."
"This Thursday, March 3, the Oracle Technology Network will be hosting an OTN Developer Day titled You are the future of Java in Boston, Massachusetts (US). The all-day event includes a keynote address ("Java, the Language of the Future") and four separate tracks..."
Yani Miguel offers a primer on the architecture behind Billing and Revenue Management.
Anthony Shorten's first post in a new series "will not feature SOA Suite at all, but will concentrate on the capability for the Oracle Utilities Application Framework to create Web Services you can use for integration."
Martien van den Akker shares a few tips.
Plas says: "In this example we use JDeveloper to create a basic JAX-RS Web Service from support provided within the code editor as no wizard support exists within JDeveloper 11g at this stage."
The Java Virtual Machine Specification is the authoritative reference for the design of the Java virtual machine that underpins the Java SE platform. In an implementation-independent manner, the Specification describes the architecture, linking model, and instruction set of the Java virtual machine,