Thursday Sep 03, 2015

ADF Application Event Listeners – Part II by Red Mavericks

clip_image002In my previous post  ADF Application Event Listeners – Part I I have focused in some of the ADF applications event listeners that we can listen and how to do it. In this post I will show you some examples of data that you can get from those event listeners and in some cases rewrite it.

HTTP Session Events

After application session is created the sessionCreated method is triggered. From the HttpSessionEvent input parameter in the same method you are able to access data from these classes:

· servlet.http.HttpSession

· servlet.internal.session.MemorySessionData

· servlet.internal.session.MemorySessionContext

· servlet.internal.WebAppServletContext

For internal classes is not recommend to make any change on them, however, you are able to access it for your own purpose.

In order to get these previous classes you just need the following: Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Sep 02, 2015

Leveraging the Oracle Developer Cloud from Eclipse by Brian Leonard


clip_image002In an earlier post I wrote about Getting to Know the Developer Cloud Service. There wasn't an IDE used in that post and I'm a big fan of IDEs. So in this post we'll look at how Eclipse, in combination with the Oracle Developer Cloud Service, can be used to support the complete application lifecycle, from inception to production. In between we'll create bugs, create code branches, initiate code reviews, and merge code branches. We'll also slip in some continuous integration and continuous delivery. This is often also referred to as DevOps.

Prerequisites

  • You have Maven installed.
  • You've installed the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) or added the OEPE plugin repository to your existing Eclipse installation. You have to be at a minimum version of OEPE 12.1.3 6 (the latest at the time of this writing).
  • You have an Oracle Developer Cloud Service (DevCS) account. You can Try It for free.
  • You have a Java Cloud Service (JCS) instance available for deployment. JCS trials are available to you via your local Oracle sales consultant.
  • A local installation of WebLogic Server. The version must match the JCS version. WebLogic is free for desktop development environments.

Configure Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE)

  • The Oracle Cloud window is available from the Java EE perspective, so switch to that perspective if necessary
  • From the Oracle Cloud window, click the Connect link: Read the complete article here.


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Tuesday Sep 01, 2015

Developer Cloud Service – Automating Builds for Oracle ADF Applications by Shay Shmeltzer

clip_image002Following up on the previous blog that showed how to get your ADF application into the Developer Cloud Service git repository, this entry will show you the next step in the lifecycle - executing builds.

The Oracle Developer Cloud Service (DevCS) supports build automation with both Maven and Ant scripts - and in this demo I'm showing you how to use the Ant option. One of the unique aspects of DevCS for customers who are  using Oracle ADF and JDeveloper is that the cloud comes pre-configured with the ADF libraries needed to compile your code, and also with support for OJDeploy so you can leverage deployment profiles that you defined for your application.

In fact DevCS comes with support for two ADF versions - 11.1.1.7.1 and 12.1.3 (as of the time of this blog).

In the video below you'll see

  • How to add a build file for your ADF application
  • How to  configure the build file to work in the cloud environment
  • How to define a build job and execute it
  • How to look at the log files for the build job
  • How to automate the build execution to happen when changes are committed to the git repository Read the complete article here.

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Monday Aug 31, 2015

Take a Tour of the API Designer for Mobile Cloud Service

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New to APIs, or to the API Designer?  Watch this video to find out how to sketch out an API, then supply mock data you can code against -- WITHOUT having to wait for the API to be implemented in Javascript.

Watch the video here.





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Sunday Aug 30, 2015

Create Mobile Apps – Fast!

clip_image002Find out how Oracle Mobile Cloud Service provides all the services your mobile app needs, including storage, push notifications, user management, and offline data synchronization. Watch and learn how Oracle Mobile Cloud Service helps you sketch out the API you need, create a mobile backend that contains all the services your mobile app requires (like notifications, storage, user management, and offline synchronization), then monitor the health of your mobile backend through real-time diagnostics.

Watch the video here.

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Saturday Aug 29, 2015

Mobile Platform YouTube Channel

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A short introduction to the Oracle Mobile Platform channel on YouTube that brings together educational videos on the products and technologies around Oracle's Mobile strategy.

Subscribe to the YouTube Channel here.




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Friday Aug 28, 2015

Oracle Mobile Cloud Service is available



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Oracle Mobile Cloud Service provides the services you need to develop a comprehensive strategy for mobile app development and delivery. It provides everything you need to establish an enterprise mobile strategy using innovative, persona-based tools and services. Designed to accelerate agility, speed time to market and simplify enterprise mobility while reducing costs, Oracle Mobile Cloud Service helps developers define mobile APIs and build mobile apps that connect to enterprise systems quickly and securely. It provides line of business managers with the deep analytics needed to make smart, data-driven decisions.  As one of Oracle’s premier Cloud Platform services, Oracle MCS links mobile developers with enterprise data sources and empowers them to create engaging mobile experiences in a simple, intuitive manner.
For further details, visit  Oracle Mobile Cloud Service: cloud.oracle.com/mobile
Video

e-Book

Webcast: Rethink mobile, Beyond Mobile First - http://bit.ly/1Gj2ps5
Data Sheet: Oracle Mobile Cloud Service - http://bit.ly/1J0xR1x
Questions: Oracle Mobile Cloud Service Community

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Thursday Aug 27, 2015

Want to become a certified Mobile Expert? free training material available

clip_image001Enterprise Mobility delivers the most advanced solution for developing and securing mobile applications, data and cloud-based services. It is critical for enterprises to ensure that users are connected via any device to enterprise applications. Oracle Enterprise Mobility addresses this challenge by allowing developers to create more compelling user experiences and deliver them securely to mobile devices.

Free training material and free online training is available at our WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required);

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Wednesday Aug 26, 2015

9 tools to help you with Java Performance Tuning by Alex Marshall

clip_image001Previously I wrote an article about 5 tools to help you write better java code which helped to improve our code but also our productivity. At IDR Solutions we are always looking at ways to improve our code and lately we have been looking at improving our java code in our PDF to HTML5 Converter and Java PDF Library and I noticed that recently one of the areas of focus as been on improving and Java Performance.

In this article I will be taking a look at 9 tools to help you with Java Performance Tuning, some are used by us at IDR Solutions and others that we may use for personal projects.

NetBeans Profiler

The NetBeans profiler is a modular add on which is used to provide the profiling functionality for the NetBeans IDE, which is an open-source integrated development environment. NetBeans IDE supports development of all Java application types (Java SE (including JavaFX), Java ME, web, EJB and mobile applications) out of the box.

This profiler includes functions such as CPU, memory and threads profiling but also provides additional tools and functionality for basic JVM monitoring, which is extremely useful for developers who need to solve memory or performance-related issues. Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Aug 25, 2015

IoT Hackathon by eProseed September 15th & 16th Utrecht Netherlands

clip_image002[4]The Internet of Things (IoT) is all the buzz in the consumer space. Whether your clock tells your coffee maker to start, an alert that a meeting is delayed automatically figures out a new time to adjust your alarm, or your phone controlling both access and the temperature of your house, the idea of everything being connected is here to stay. But, what does it mean for the enterprise?

Whether you are new to IoT or been working in the space for years, come to the hackathon in Utrecht this September and prove an Enterprise IoT concept. If you've been thinking about how IoT will affect your product or domain, this is the time to act on it. You just need to bring the ideas and do a little bit of homework. We'll provide some experienced mentors to help you as you realize your concept in a few short days.

Luc’s latest articles on IoT:

IoT Hackathon Part I : Setting up your Raspberry Pi
IoT Hackathon Part II : Overview of Grove Pi sensors

For details please visit the registration page here

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Monday Aug 24, 2015

FlexDeploy 2.1 Released – Oracle Cloud, Built-in CI, Dashboards, and more! By Dan Goerdt

clip_image002We are happy to announce the availability of FlexDeploy 2.1, extending an already robust DevOps solution for automating the build, deploy, test, and release lifecycle for Oracle and non-Oracle software.  This new release offers additional features which help speed the delivery of high quality software, including Cloud, Continuous Integration, and Dashboards. 

FlexDeploy 2.1 Summary of Enhancements

  • Supports FlexDeploy running on the Oracle Java Cloud Service
  • Perform Build, Deploy, and Test operations to Oracle Java & Database Cloud Services
  • Oracle Java Cloud Service Plugin provides flexible management of capacity
  • Built-in Continuous Integration Server eliminates requirement for 3rd party CI Server
  • Plugin for Groovy, a popular Java scripting language
  • Dashboards for enhanced visualization of real time and historical information
  • Improved User Experience (UX)

Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Aug 23, 2015

Extending the Weblogic Console by adding Books, Pages and Portlets by Peter van Nes

In this video is demonstrated how you can customize the weblogic console by adding Books, Pages and Porlets displaying SLA Information related to the domain.

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Watch the video here.

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Saturday Aug 22, 2015

Enterprise Manager (EM), WebLogic 12c Demo at GSE

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Global Sales Engineering (GSE) is proud to announce the availability of both the EM Cloud Control 12c Framework Administration SV2 (Sales Version 2) demo and the EM Cloud Control 12c WLS (WebLogic Server) Provisioning and Patching SV2 demo. These two related product demos showcase the latest 12.1.0.7 plug-in releases for Database & Fusion Middleware.

Highlights of each demo

Framework Administration Demo

  • Overview of the Cloud Control Super Administrator to show the capabilities and limitations of users with different privileges
  • Use of groups, systems, admin groups, monitoring templates, and template collections
  • Use of metric extensions and the Incident Management & Deployment plug-ins
  • Overview of enterprise reports through BI Publisher
  • Flow of the EM Job System to create multi-task jobs and replace conventional jobs

WebLogic Server Provisioning and Patching Demo

  • Show the value of the Oracle EM Cloud Control 12c release with the Fusion Middleware plug-in release 12.1.0.7
  • Provide know-how to create a WebLogic domain provisioning profile and clone a WebLogic domain from the provisioning profile
  • Show the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) Diagnostics and Cross Tier Integration

Call to Action

Register a new demo or environment from the GSE website by searching for “EM Cloud Control 12c Framework Administration SV2” and “EM Cloud Control 12c WLS Provisioning and Patching SV2


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Thursday Aug 20, 2015

Podcast Show Notes: Docker and Virtualization

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The latest OTN ArchBeat Podcast series features a four-part discussion of Docker and Virtualization.

The genesis for this program was a blog post about Docker on Oracle Fusion Middleware architect Mark Nelson’s RedStack blog, a post Mark co-wrote with fellow Fusion Middleware architects Edwin Biemond and Joel Nation.

Mark and Edwin are panelists for this discussion, as are Fusion Middleware architect Jim Clark, Oracle ACE Director and Fusion Middleware expert Lucas Jellema, CTO of AMIS Services, and Rubicon Red co-founder and CTO Matt Wright, a recognized expert in Oracle SOA and BPM.

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Wednesday Aug 19, 2015

WebLogic Partner Community Newsletter August 2015

Demos are key as part of the sales process. You as a partner can use the same demo systems that Oracle pre-sales experts use every day. Demos for both PaaS and on-premises are available including sample applications and demo scripts. Some demo highlights include JCS, MCS or WebLogic 12c. Therefore a GSE demo credentials are mandatory for all community members.

Once again EMEA is leading the global OPN Specialization program with more than 50% of the Middleware Specialized partners based in our region. Specialized and realize the benefits of Specialization e.g. promote your service offerings in the Solutions Catalog. A great example of the solutions catalog is the FlexDeploy JCS solution when do you publish your services and apps? Oracle promotes Specialized partners to the middleware customer base see for example the Fusion Middleware July Newsletter 2015.

Are you trained in the latest WebLogic 12.1.3 features like Hudson, Maven, JMS and Coherence? Don’t miss the attend the Virtual Technology Summit -Now available OnDemand free online training. Featuring debugging Weblogic authentication and new APIs and Tools for Application Development in WebLogic 12c. You can showcase this solutions based on the WebLogic Win Workshop 2.0 to generate consulting business with your Middleware customers.

Hybrid Cloud computing is the unique selling point for Oracle PaaS and Middleware solutions. Customers can choice the point of installation, from public cloud to private cloud in a data center of their choice. You as a partner can secure and leverage your investment in skills and Specialization to generate new service revenue. The WebLogic partner community supports you to develop and publish your hybrid cloud consulting service offerings. This month we feature again a long list of cloud articles including Five Best Practices for Platform as a Service Success, Fasten your seat belts: Flying the Java Development Cloud Service, Lift and Shift Applications WebLogic On Premises to Cloud, Basic Cloud User Management for Newbs, Java Cloud Service: Cloud Tooling and Monitoring Java Cloud Service instances using the Fusion Middleware Control Console.

Thanks to the community for all the excellent WebLogic articles: July 2015 Fusion Middleware (FMW) Proactive Patches & Continuous delivery culture & WebLogic Server 12.1.3 Developer Guide & WebLogic 12c RESTful Management Services & Accessing WebLogic Logs via REST & How to retrieve the current stack information from a WebLogic server & Using Cloud Control 12C to Analyse a Memory Leak Problem & 5 best practices for middleware operations teams.

The highlight of our developer section is the Mobile Cloud Service (MCS). At our WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required) we posted a complete MCS partner kit which includes MCS ppt Presentation, MCS Click Through, MCS Videos, MCS Data sheet, and a MCS eBook. To get MCS hands-on trained watch the Mobile Platform YouTube Channel and get your fee GSE MCS demo system. Thanks to Andrejus and Andreas for their first MCS impressions Getting Started with Oracle MCS and MCS First Hands-On Experience. Thanks to the community for all the excellent development tool articles: New Enterprise Mobility Specializations! & Create shortcut of page on a button click in ADF & Using Shared AM to Cache and Display Table Data & Get selected row (single/multiple) from POJO based table in ADF & ADF BC Session Cached LOV - Understanding Expire Time.

Jürgen Kress

To read the complete newsletter please visit http://tinyurl.com/weblogicNewsAugust2015 (OPN Account required)

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