Monday Jun 08, 2015

Java Cloud Community Webcast on-demand

clip_image002Oracle Java Cloud Service is a part of the platform service offerings in Oracle Public Cloud Services. Powered by Oracle WebLogic Server, it provides a platform on top of Oracle's enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure for developing and deploying new or existing Java EE applications. In this eSeminar we will provide both an overview presentation and a short demo that will cover the new Oracle Java Cloud Services - Platform as a Service offerings and the integration with other Oracle Cloud offerings like: Developer Cloud Services, Database Cloud Services, Documents Cloud Services and more. Do you want to learn more about innovative features, capabilities and roadmap of Oracle Java Cloud Services? Then this technical overview is for you. Watch the Webcast on-demand here. Slides from the Webcast are posted at our WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required) here.

For more information visit the JCS tag here.

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Sunday Jun 07, 2015

Virtual Technology Summit – Middleware training on-demand free

Middleware: Spotlight on Service-Oriented Architecture and Oracle SOA Suite 12c
The Middleware Track for the next Oracle Technology Network Virtual Technology Summit puts the spotlight on service-oriented architecture and Oracle SOA Suite 12c. Each of the deeply technical how-to sessions in this track focuses on a different aspect of Oracle SOA Suite 12c. Other technologies covered in these sessions include Oracle Service Bus, Event Processing, StreamExplorer, API Catalog, API Manager and more.


Java: 20 Year Anniversary!
Java technologies are celebrating 20 years of innovation delivering the next generation of application development. Integrate Java Embedded with vehicles, optimize Java EE applications, and discover how parallel programming with Java is the new norm.

Attend the OTN Virtual Middleware Technology Summit here.

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Saturday Jun 06, 2015

Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards 2015

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Is your organization using Oracle Fusion Middleware to deliver unique business value? These awards honor customers for their cutting-edge solutions using Oracle Fusion Middleware. Winners are selected based on the uniqueness of their business case, business benefits, level of impact relative to the size of the organization, complexity and magnitude of implementation, and the originality of architecture. The 2015 awards will be presented during Oracle OpenWorld 2015 (October 26-October 29) in San Francisco.

These awards honor customers for their cutting-edge solutions using Oracle Fusion Middleware. To share your use of Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions and how they help your organization drive business innovation, please read on to find out more information on the nomination process.

Customers may submit separate nominations forms for multiple categories; The 2015 Fusion Middleware categories are as follows:

Winners are selected by a panel of internal and external judges that score each entry across multiple different scoring categories. The entry with the highest aggregate score wins an award.

For award details please visit the nomination page here

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Thursday Jun 04, 2015

Cloud Resell Program Oracle Partner Network

clip_image002For partners interested in building recurring revenue selling Oracle Cloud services, the Oracle Cloud Resell program enables partners to participate in the lifetime value of the subscription including add-on, upgrade and renewal opportunities.

The Oracle Cloud Resell program offers recurring revenue from the ongoing Cloud Service that your resell. In the resell program, you - the partner, own the relationship and you participate in the entire lifetime value of the contract. You also benefit from delivering implementation and consulting services with the knowledge obtained through the Oracle specialization program. This is revenue direct to your bottom line and can be seamlessly bundled in the Cloud Service subscription price to the end customer.

Requirements to Resell Cloud Services
  1. Be an Oracle PartnerNetwork member in good standing (Gold or higher) with a valid OPN Agreement
  2. Meet the resale competency criteria set forth within each of the Knowledge Zones (listed below)
  3. Execute a Full Use Program Distribution Agreement (FUDA) from the Oracle Partner Store
  4. Execute a Cloud Services Distribution Addendum (CSDA) to the FUDA by contacting a Partner Business Center representative

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Wednesday Jun 03, 2015

Fusion Middleware Summer Camps V August 17-21st 2015 Lisbon Portugal


You are working on large Fusion Middleware opportunities & projects? Oracle is pleased to invite you to the Fusion Middleware Summer Camps V by the SOA & BPM & WebLogic Partner Communities. Goal of the trainings is to support you to deliver a successful project. Most of the trainers are a member of the Oracle product management team.

clip_image002Come to Lisbon to get a 5 days hands-on training in one of the following topics:

  • Mobile and Mobile Cloud Service
  • BPM Suite 12c and Process Cloud Service
  • Hybrid Integration with Integration Cloud Service, SOA Suite Cloud Service and SOA 12c
  • Java Cloud Services
  • Extending SaaS with PaaS

Important: all trainings are hands-on and require a laptop with 12+ GB or more!

Registration is free of charge, except in case of cancellation fee € 150 or no-show fee €2000! Please read the registration page very careful before you register – make the right choice for your

Quotes from previous Middleware Summer Camps

  • This is the most effective 5 days spend in training, Simon Haslam, Veriton
  • First class knowledge delivered at a first class event! Thanks for the 12c certification quickstart! Milco Numan, Qualogy
  • Defiantly a must attend event, Silviu Leahu, SC Endava Romania SRL
  • Came with 12 people and the summer camps was a great success for all! Torsten Winterberg, Opitz
  • Summer Camps provides the best info of the latest features of the Fusion Middleware products, Marko Parikka, Capgemini
  • Best training I have ever attended from Oracle. Not only was the dept. of the knowledge of the instructor amazing deep, the hands-on lessons ensured I could use the new functionality effectively when I get back to work, Dan Atwood, Avio
  • Amazing energy, getting the knowledge straight from the product management - see you next time!, Martijn van der Kamp, Capgemini
  • The first step towards SOA Suite 12c certification, Bruno Silva, Link Consulting

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Installation of Oracle B2B 12c by Tiago Teixeira

clip_image002In this post I will quickly go through the steps that are necessary in order to install Oracle B2B and create a SOA domain that you can use.
I will consider that the installation will be used for a development environment and that it is done on the Linux machine.
Note that prior to the installation of B2B you will need to have machine running a Database and perform the installation of Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c Infrastructure and of the Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c SOA Suite and Business Process Management on the same machine where you will be installing B2B. You will also need to have the latest Oracle JDK 7 Update installed on that same machine.
The necessary software can be downloaded using Oracle eDelivery:

  • V44959-01.zip – Latest Oracle JDK 7 Update for Linux x86-64 (Prerequisite)
  • V44416-01.zip – Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c (12.1.3.0.0) Infrastructure (Prerequisite)
  • V44420-01.zip – Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c (12.1.3.0.0) SOA Suite and Business Process Management (Prerequisite)
  • V44421-01.zip – Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c (12.1.3.0.0) B2B and Healthcare

To install Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c Infrastructure please refer to:
Oracle Fusion Middleware Installing and Configuring the Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure
To install Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c SOA Suite and Business Process Management please refer to:
Oracle Fusion Middleware Installing and Configuring Oracle SOA Suite and Business Process Management
I'm considering that a new domain will be configured from scratch. If a SOA domain was already created previously a few of the next steps can be ignored and the existing domain can be extend to include B2B. If that is the case, for the next steps, remember to shutdown any running instances of Weblogic Server.

     1. The first part of the installation will be to install the software:

After you have downloaded the V44421-01.zip file unzip it: Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Jun 02, 2015

Additional new material WebLogic Community

  • Using Coherence with Java Cloud Service
  • clip_image002Java Cloud Service supports WegLogic Server 12.1.3 - Blog
  • New Coherence feature in Java Cloud Service - Blog
  • Badgeville Uses Oracle Cloud PaaS to Accelerate Development - Video
  • InFact Extends Oracle Cloud SaaS with Oracle Cloud PaaS - Video
  • New Oracle Mobile Developer Certification Exam - Beta Testing - Blog
  • SC Magazine: Trust, Company Culture and BYOD Security - Article
  • Information Security Buzz: BYOD: Don’t Resist, Secure and Assist - Article
  • LinkedIn: Where browsers and mobile collide – Oracle's unified Alta UI - Article
  • Blog: Simpler integration of Cordova Plugin in MAF 2.1
  • Oracle Mobile Space on OTN Community Site
  • Oracle Maven Repository - OTN
  • Video: Internet of Things Transforms Passenger Experience at Cotral - YouTube
  • Virtual Technology Summits (VTS) On Demand - Details

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Monday Jun 01, 2015

ADF Basics: Apply and Change WHERE Clause of ViewObject at runtime programmatically by Ashish Awasthi

clip_image002This post is about applying or changing WHERE clause of ViewObject programmatically, it can be also used in case we need a specific data(row) from database, suppose you are using Department table of HR Schema and on a button click you need to show records of department id 5
It means you want to filter viewObject on that particular event, you can do this using setWhereClause mehtod of ViewObjectImpl class.
See the image below , all rows shown in this

Now when we click the button, it will filter (apply WHERE Clause in Departments ViewObject) rows and refresh ViewObject , returns desired rows.

For Department_Id 4-
Read the complete article here.

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Sunday May 31, 2015

Simple (Effective) Refresh Approach for ADF Regions by Andrejus Baranovskis

clip_image002I often hear developer asking about how to refresh different regions on the same page, when specific event happens in one of the regions - to refresh dependent regions. Usually developers would like to use something more simple than Contextual Event approach. There is more simple approach, may be it doesn't work for all the possible use cases - but it does it job, when just refresh is needed. This approach is based on dummy parameter value, being used as dependent region input parameter, with refresh option set to be ifNeeded.
For the sample test case, I'm using ADF 12c application (SimpleReloadRegionApp.zip). This application contains two AM's, to simulate two Data Controls to be used in separate regions:

Fragment from the first region, generates refresh event, when Save button is pressed. For this purpose, I have registered Property Listener to update flag variable. This variable value is initialised from refreshToken method, available in RefreshHelperBean: Read the complete article here.

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Saturday May 30, 2015

ADF Performance Monitor: Measuring Network Time to Browser and Browser Load Time by Frank Houweling

clip_image002Recently we added a great new feature to the ADF Performance Monitor: network and browser load time information. Now you know exactly every end-user experience of your ADF application, in real-time. You can quickly resolve any performance bottlenecks with this end-to-end visibility. You can even drill down into an individual user to analyze the experience – to understand the ADF app behavior. The dashboard is improved with several overview and detail graphs that shows the layer (database, webservice, application server, network/browser loadtime) where the time is spent of your application. This is very useful to troubleshoot problems.

The ADF Performance Monitor is an advanced tool specifically build for ADF applications and is aware of the intricacies of the ADF framework. It traces key ADF actions across tiers and services to provide end-to-end visibility and automatically maps each tier to easily visualize the relationship between them. This Tracing provides deep visibility into the cause of application performance issues down to the tiniest detail. Click here for more information.

Network Time and Browser Load Time

Network time is the time that it takes to send a HTTP request from a browser (http request network time) to the application server and from the application server back to the browser (http response network time). The browser loadtime is the time that a browser needs to build up the DOM tree and load the page. Read the complete article here.

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Friday May 29, 2015

Bootstrapping Blueprint for ADF Standalone Applications by Juan Correa

clip_image002Once we identify a pattern and are certain it's going to happen again, our code reuse mentality breaks loose. It's only a matter of time until we end up with a shiny new tool in our code toolbox. This is especially true when we know that plugging in an existing piece of code can save us significant time and effort the next time around.

The initial development of an ADF Standalone application is such a pattern primed for code reuse. I think anyone would agree that bootstrapping an ADF standalone application becomes a repetitive task. On the other hand agreeing that just performing the initial required setup to start the implementation of the actual project requirements can take significant time and effort might not be as clear.

Let’s go over the initial setup considerations of an ADF Standalone application at a high level to have a basic understanding of why it takes significant time and effort. Among the main goals of an ADF standalone application is to deliver an engaging user experience. There are a lot of aspects to consider when we create a user experience not only visual but also functional. To list a few:

1. Consistent look and feel

2. Layout design

3. Effective user interfaces

4. Usability

5. Security

Security is an aspect that is often overlooked and underestimated. How to authenticate users with the corresponding login and logout functionality and how to authorize users to access only what they should among other things. From my experiences implementing these aspects I can vouch that it takes significant time and effort.   

I must point out an additional benefit of bootstrapping your ADF standalone applications as clients themselves have asked for it. The benefit is standardization of ADF standalone application development within the organization. Read the complete article here.

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Thursday May 28, 2015

ADF BC Web Service – Return List of Complex Types by Rohan Walia

clip_image002ADF Business Components can be exposed as SOAP Services. Application Module provides Service Interfaces as a way to define operations for the services to be exposed. Custom methods written in AMImpl class can also be exposed as operation of web services.
But one of the limitation is that there is restriction on return types from the services exposed as service interface from Application Module.
In this post we will see how easily we can develop a web service using ADF BC Service Interface and can tweak/use one of the given returnType List to return list of complex type object.
Use case here is to create an operation in ApplicationModuleImpl class to return List of Object consiting of three variables -  DepartmentName,ManagerId,IsManagerFlag and expose the operation as ADF BC Service Interface SOAP Service. (Jdeveloper 11.1.1.7)
So Lets get started
Created a simple ADF Web Application using HR Schema and created DepartmentsEO , VO and AM and there respective Java Classes.
Create a Programmatic VO - WSResultPVO which will be returned from the operation of the WebService.
Now Add three variables in the PVO. DepartmentName,ManagerId and IsManagerFlag. Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday May 27, 2015

WebLogic Partner Community Newsletter May 2015

Dear WebLogic Partner Community,

Oracle is cloud ready! You can get trained on the cloud, resell cloud service and run cloud marketing events! The registration page for our Fusion Middleware Summer Camps V is open. You can choose between 5 different hands-on tracks: Mobile and Mobile Cloud Service, BPM Suite 12c and Process Cloud Service, Hybrid Integration with Integration Cloud Service, SOA Suite Cloud Service and SOA 12c, Java Cloud Services and Extending SaaS with PaaS. Don’t wait too long with your registration, like last year we expect to be booked out!

We would highly encourage you to submit a Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards 2015 nomination – specially if you implemented successful our Fusion Middleware 12c releases like WebLogic 12c, ADF and MAF 12c which might include a mobile application and a cloud service.

Want to become ready for the latest version of Java Cloud and Developer Cloud? Attend the Java Cloud Community Webcast on-demand, read the Creating and Managing a Java Cloud Service tutorial and watch the

Developer Cloud Service Video. Thanks also to Simon for his nice blog post about Java Cloud Service!

Thanks to the community for all the excellent WebLogic articles: WebLogic Server on Docker, WebLogic Server on Linux 7, Sample Coherence Cluster in Weblogic 12c, Diagnosing performance issues and Creating graphs from DMS Metrics

Andrejus published in our ADF and Mobile section of the newsletter, a short series about WebSocket and MAF make sure you read part 1 and part 2. Atla and UI continue to be an important topics, great example is the Alta UI for Siebel or iQuery notifications in ADF. Thanks to the community for all the excellent development tool articles: ADF Application Event listeners, Change Default JSESSION ID Name, Allow user to personalize forms, Remove Unused Namespaces in JDeveloper and ADF Logging

Best regards
Jürgen Kress

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Indicator for Background REST Service Access with A-Team Mobile Persistence Accelerator by Andrejus Baranovskis

clip_image002You should check my previous post about Background REST Service Access with A-Team Mobile Persistence Accelerator (AMPA). There I describe how to optimise MAF performance for REST service calls, allow user to continue working with the mobile application, without locking the screen until Web Service response arrives. Steven Davelaar have documented how it works, you can read it in his blog - Calling Web Services in Background Using MAF 2.1.
I have updated sample application from previous post, to include indicator for AMPA background service call status tracking. Updated sample application - MobileServiceBusApp_v8.zip.
AMPA provides application scope variable, which acts as a flag and indicates when background service call is executed. Based on this flag, we could conditionally display animated GIF image, this will help user to understand if background service call still runs:

When user is searching and request is being processed in background, he will see rotating status indicator in the top right corner: Read the complete article here.

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