Wednesday Apr 23, 2014

Going Mobile with ADF – Implementing Data Caching and Syncing for Working Offline Part II by Steven Davelaar

Introduction

When building ADF Mobile applications that go beyond displaying read-only data, you quickly find yourself programming Java code. If you want to use the on-device SQLite database to store data locally, for example to cache data or to enable working in off-line mode, the amount of code you have to write quickly increases, and while programming you probably realize that you are repeating the same coding patterns for each web service that you want to call to read or write data. This article introduces the second release a the ADF Mobile Persistence extension created by the A-team which avoids most of these coding patterns by using highly generic Java code driven by metadata. In addition, the few Java classes that are still needed are auto-generated for you, and a default mobile user interface can also be generated. This extension takes ADF Mobile development to the next level, effectively allowing you to create within a few minutes a fully functional ADF Mobile application that reads and writes data using a remote web service. In addition all data is stored locally on the device in the SQLite database, allowing you to use the application in offline mode. Basic data synchronization functionality is also provided to process transactions made in offline mode. This article explains how to use the three main wizards from this extension that do all the “magic”. At the bottom of this article, you can find a link to download the extension and links to some videos that illustrate the development process.

Main Article
In the first part of this article, Going Mobile with ADF - Implementing Data Caching and Syncing for Working Offline Part I, written in October 2013, we described the architecture and programming effort required to implement data caching and data syncing functionality to your mobile application.

We also introduced the first release of the A-Team ADF Mobile Persistence extension in this article. Since then we have enhanced this extension significantly by adding four powerful design-time wizards. After installing the new version of this extension, you will notice a new category “ADF Mobile” in the New gallery under Business Tier. Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Apr 22, 2014

ADF Code Corner

ADF Code Corner is a blog style column that provides hints, tips and coding examples for ADF developers. The content on this page ranges from easy to complex and often contain advanced programming concepts. ADF Code Corner Logo
The content on this page is inspired by questions asked on the Oracle JDeveloper customer forum on OTN.

Disclaimer: All samples are provided as is with no guarantee for future upgrades or error correction. No support can be given through Oracle customer support.
Please post questions or report problems related to the samples in this series on the OTN forum for Oracle JDeveloper: here.

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Sunday Apr 20, 2014

Happy Easter from the WebLogic Community

Wish you all a happy and peaceful Easter ;-)

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We have a special Easter egg for you – our free WebLogic Virtual Developer Day

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Thursday Apr 17, 2014

Getting the most out of WLDF Part 1: What is the WLDF? By Mike Croft

The WebLogic Diagnostic Framework (WLDF) is an often overlooked feature of WebLogic which can be very powerful when configured properly. If it’s so great, then why aren’t more people using it?

I can’t give a firm answer to that, but I suspect that the answer is likely because WLDF is so large, so comprehensive, and so terrifying to the uninitiated! There are a lot of concepts to get your head round before you can make good use of it, such that people frequently don’t bother. After all, where do you start with something so big?
In this blog, I hope to remedy that feeling a little, by pointing out some of the low-hanging fruit so you can get to know enough of the basics that you’ll be able to make use of some of the features, while having enough of a knowledge of the framework to take things further yourself.

What can I get out of it?
WLDF, according to the documentation, lets you “create, collect, analyse, archive and access diagnostic data generated by a running server and the applications deployed within its containers.”

To get all that functionality into WebLogic, Oracle has implemented lots of different components as part of the WLDF service including:

Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Apr 16, 2014

Commercial GlassFish Support Is Back – Adam Bien’s Interview with Steve Millidge

Adam Bien: What is the relation between C2B2 and GlassFish?
Steve Millidge: We've had a long history helping customers to use GlassFish in production environments. In fact my first ever conference speech in California was at Sun's CommunityOne conference on Monitoring and Tuning GlassFish back in 2009, so we go back a long way. We were Sun partners back then, promoting GlassFish, and our now Oracle Gold Partners. We have a number of customers we support on GlassFish and we also run the London GlassFish User group. With the announcement from Oracle we are now gearing up our effort to build up the community of contributors on the core GlassFish source to ensure a good response when bugs and patches are needed.

AB: What is C2B2's Commercial GlassFish support? What will a customer get for the money?
SM: We provide 24/7 operational support to customers deploying GlassFish in production.  Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Apr 15, 2014

Improve SSL Support for Your WebLogic Domains by Olaf Heimburger

Every WebLogic Server installation comes with SSL support. But for some reason many installations get this interesting error message at startup:

Ignoring the trusted CA certificate “CN=Entrust Root Certification Authority – G2,OU=(c) 2009 Entrust, Inc. – for authorized use only,OU=See www.entrust.net/legal-terms,O=Entrust, Inc.,C=US”. The loading of the trusted certificate list raised a certificate parsing exception PKIX: Unsupported OID in the AlgorithmIdentifier object: 1.2.840.113549.1.1.11.

This looks odd and many people ignore these error messages. However, if your strategy is to show real error messages only, you are quickly looking for a solution. The Internet is full of possible solutions. Some recommend to remove the certificates from the JDK trust store, some recommend to use a different trust store. But is this the best solution and what are the side effects?

Main Article

Our way to the solution starts by understanding the error message. Here it is again.

Ignoring the trusted CA certificate “CN=Entrust Root Certification Authority – G2,OU=(c) 2009 Entrust, Inc. – for authorized use only,OU=See www.entrust.net/legal-terms,O=Entrust, Inc.,C=US”. The loading of the trusted certificate list raised a certificate parsing exception PKIX: Unsupported OID in the AlgorithmIdentifier object: 1.2.840.113549.1.1.11.

The first sentence is the result while the second sentence explains the reason. Looking at the reason, we quickly find the “certificate parsing exception“. But what does “PKIX: Unsupported OID in the AlgorithmIdentifier object: 1.2.840.113549.1.1.11” tell us?

  • PKIX stands for the Public Key Infrastructure (X.509). X.509 is the standard used to export, exchange, and import SSL certificates.
  • OID stands for the Object Identifier. Object Identifiers are globally unique and organized in a hierarchy. This hierarchy is maintained by the standards bodies in every country. Every standards body is responsible for a specific branch and can define and assign entries into the hierarchy.

With this background information we can lookup the number 1.2.840.113549.1.1.11 in the OID Repository (see References for the link) and get this result “iso(1) member-body(2) us(840) rsadsi(113549) pkcs(1) pkcs-1(1) sha256WithRSAEncryption(11)“.

Combining the certificate information in the first sentence and the information from the OID lookup we have the following result:

The certificate from CN=Entrust Root Certification Authority – G2,OU=(c) 2009 Entrust, Inc. – for authorized use only,OU=See www.entrust.net/legal-terms,O=Entrust, Inc.,C=US uses SHA256WithRSAEncryption which is not supported by the JDK!

You will probably see more messages for similar or different encryption algorithms used in other certificates.

The Root Cause

These factors cause this (and similar) error messages:

  • By default the Java Cryptography Extension (JCE), that comes with the JDK, implements only limited strength jurisdication policy files.
  • The default trust store of the JDK that holds this and other certificates can be found in JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/security/cacerts.
  • WebLogic Server versions before 12c come with the Certicomm JSSE implementation. The Certicomm implementation will not be updated because the required JDK already comes with the standard SunJSSE implementation.

Read the complete article here.

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Monday Apr 14, 2014

Migrating a Java EE App from GlassFish to WebLogic

WebLogic is Oracle's strategic application server for the Java EE Platform. Since Oracle decided to focus on it for commercial support, and decided to leave GlassFish free of any ties with commercial decisions, I decided to bring this type of content to help GlassFish customers as well users to experiment, try, and evaluate Oracle WebLogic 12c (Java EE 6 certified). But before getting down to the migration part, first thing you should learn is How to Install WebLogic 12c. For this migration tutorial in a developer environment, we will be using the Developer installation, but for production environments, we recommend the Full installation.

Full Installation
For full installation that can be used either in a production environment or in a developer environment, download the WebLogic Generic Installer and follow the steps descriped in the documentation for 12.1.2 on how to install WebLogic.

The difference between full and dev, is that full is targeted for any environment, and dev is well, for developers only. Oracle always recommend the full installation, but usually and specially for Java EE applications in a dev environment, the Development installation is enough. The good thing about it is the download size: less than 200Mb, and still you also get Oracle Coherence to play with. By the way, there is no licensing requirements for development purposes (either full or dev install), because WebLogic (and other Oracle products) are free for developers.

Required software

For this series of Migrating from GlassFish to WebLogic, I will be using NetBeans 8.0, GlassFish 3.1.2.2, Oracle JDK 7, Oracle MySQL Community 5.6, and WebLogic 12.1.2. So make sure you have that software (except WLS for now) installed and configured in your system. Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Apr 13, 2014

Developing Java EE applications with Maven and WebLogic 12c – Zemian Deng

The WebLogic Server 12c has very nice support for Maven now. The doc for this is kinda hidden though, so here is a direct link here.
To summarize the doc, Oracle did not provide a public Maven repository manager hosting for their server artifacts. However they do now provide a tool for you to create and populate your own. You can setup either your local repository (if you are working mostly on your own in a single computer), or you may deploy them into your own internal Maven repository manager such as Archiva or Nexus.
Here I would show how the local repository is done. First step is use a maven plugin provided by WLS to populate the repository. I am using a MacOSX for this demo and my WLS is installed in $HOME/apps/wls12120. If you are on Windows, you may install it under C:/apps/wls12120. Read the complete article here.

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Saturday Apr 12, 2014

Internet of Things (IoT) Developer Challenge! Want a free trip to JavaOne? by Mark Nelson

Oracle Academy is pleased to be supporting the Internet of Things (IoT) Developer Challenge! This is not open to Oracle employees or their immediate families, but other readers may be interested in participating for the chance to win a pass to JavaOne 2014 plus flights and accommodation.  For further details please read the official rules.

Welcome to the Internet of Things (IoT) Developer Challenge!

Show the world what you can do with Java + IoT for a chance to win a trip to JavaOne for you and two team members.

How to Win

  • Create a well-implemented, innovative and useful application using Java Embedded with devices, boards or other IoT technologies.
  • Make a video presenting your project.
  • Fill out the Submission Form with links to your video and code.

Prizes!

Four teams will win a trip to JavaOne. Three members of the winning teams will receive a JavaOne 2014 pass plus flight and hotel (for up to $2,000). Members of two student teams will receive a laptop and a certification voucher.

Key Dates:

  • Submissions begin March 3rd, 2014
  • Submission deadline is May 30th, 2014
  • Winners announced June 30th, 2014
  • JavaOne 2014 from Sept. 28 to Oct. 2, 2014

How to Get Started? Free Training!

The Oracle Technology Network will provide eight free training sessions in March and April, and they are open to anyone. Registered attendees get a chance to win a Raspberry Pi Starter Bundle. Register now.

  • Introduction Webinar, March 17th, 2014
  • Gemalto Concept Board Introduction, March 24, 2014
  • Using I2C Component with Raspberry Pi, March 31, 2014

Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Developers, hobbists, and top experts are sharing their IoT ideas, code and projects with the entire developer community. Check it out!

IoT Developer Challenge

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Friday Apr 11, 2014

JDK JAVA SE 7, 8 puppet module

It works with Puppet 2.7 or higher. Should work for RedHat, CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Suse SLES or OracleLinux.

Version updates

    • 0.3.9 JDK8 support and option to change the default java homes folder ( default = /usr/java )
    • 0.3.8 rsakeySizeFix parameter set true for weblogic 12.1.1 and jdk 1.7 >= version 40
    • 0.3.6 performance fix
    • 0.3.5 ruby escaped char warnings resolved
    • 0.3.4 bugfix on install folder, conflicts with others modules
    • 0.3.3 updated license to Apache 2.0
    • 0.3.2 sourceParam, alternativesPriority in install7 plus formatting
    • 0.3.1 Entropy fix for low on entropy, you can configure the rngd or rng-tools service or add it to java.security
    • 0.2.1 added SLES as O.S. plus SED and alternatives fixes

  • 0.2 puppet 3.0 compatible, creates download folder

installs only the java tar.gz files

This is because rpm post install fails with some pack error installs jdk on linux based systems with x64 or 32 bits.

Add the jdk-7u25-linux-x64.tar.gz (downloaded from Oracle website) to the files folder of this jdk7 module.

  • download the tar.gz to the download folder of the puppet agent server
  • unpack the java tar.gz
  • set the java links in /usr/java ( latest and default )
  • set this java as default
  • optional updates urandom device for weblogic performance in java.security

Urandomfix class for lack of entropy this rngd or or rng-tools service add extra random number.

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Thursday Apr 10, 2014

WebLogic 12c Does WebSockets – Getting Started by C2B2

With the release of WebLogic 12.1.2 websocket support has come to WebLogic. In this blog post we'll show you how to write a simple websockets echo example just to get you started.
Unfortunately the api released with WebLogic is not the JEE7 JSR356 api, which I suspect will come when WebLogic gets JEE7 compliance. On the plus side it's a pretty simple api.
In this blog I'm using NetBeans 7.4 and I've started off by creating a basic web project and I've called it Echo.

Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Apr 09, 2014

Customer Reference Forum all about Middleware

Attend our Customer Reference Forum Webcasts! All about Midddlware :-)

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Limelight Networks
Thursday, April 10 @ 12:30 pm ET

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Capilano University
Tuesday, April 15 @ 2:00 pm ET

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Presenter: Todd Waltman, IT Architect.

Limelight Networks, a global leader in digital content delivery, empowers customers to better engage digital audiences by enabling them to manage and deliver digital content on any device, anywhere in the world.
Discussion points:

  • Business drivers to select ODA
  • Oracle Footprint: ODA, eBusiness Suite, Oracle Enterprise Edition, Oracle IAS
  • Why they selected ODA over Dell
  • How they’re using mission critical eBus. Suite applications on ODA
  • Performance improvements

Walgreens
Tuesday, April 22 @ 2 pm ET
Registration details!

Presenters: Brian Bong, Director of Database Architecture & Administration

Walgreens is a national retailer providing the most convenient access to consumer goods, pharmacy, and health and wellness services, in America.
Discussion points:

  • Business drivers to select ODA as an enterprise solution for a critical business application
  • They currently have +70 ODAs
  • Deploying ODA as a consolidation platform
  • ODA as a development platform for rapidly deploying databases
  • The patching process and best practices built into the Oracle Database Appliance
  • Security considerations
  • Performance results

Presenter:  Steve Gallagher, Director, IT Architecture and Elham Seyedi, Lead DBA
Capilano University is a teaching-focused university offering a wide range of programs and services.  The main campus is in Vancouver. 
Discussion points:

  • Business drivers to select ODA with RAC, Active Data Guard and WebLogic Suite
  • How they’re running Banner Application on ODA
  • How Capilano is using ODA to maintain and streamline the University’s registration process.
  • Performance results

Dakota County
Tuesday, April 29 @ 2:30 pm ET
Registration details!

Presenter: Tim Auld, Information Technology Manager

Dakota County is the third most populous County in Minnesota. 

Discussion Points:

  • Business drivers to select ODA for Hardware Refresh and upgrade from Standard Edition to Enterprise Edition
  • How they’re using ODA w/Partitioning, RAC, and Active Data Guard
  • How they’re using iasWorld (Tyler Technologies’ application) with ODA
  • Performance improvements

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Java 8 is Revolutionary! Do you want its Proof?

Java SE 8 is a revolutionary release of the world’s #1 development platform. It is the single largest upgrade ever to the programming model, with coordinated core code evolution of the virtual machine, core language, and libraries. With Java SE 8, you are uniquely positioned to extend innovation through the largest, open, standards-based, community-driven platform. Want proof? Attend the Java 8 Launch webcast for all the authentication you need!

  • Download Java JDK 8.
  • Register now for the Java 8 keynote address and more than 35 deep-dive technical sessions.
  • Use #Java8QA to tweet questions for the Oracle Java Architect Team in advance of and during the webcast.
  • Join the discussion on the OTN Java 8 Questions Forum.

Java 8 Release
Java 8 SE and Java 8 ME Embedded releases are available on March 18th, 2014, check out Oracle.com/Java8 now for all things Java 8.

NetBeans IDE 8.0 Release Candidate
NetBeans 8.0 is a step closer to final release. Download the release candidate and try out the latest editors and tools for Java 8, Raspberry Pi, AngularJS and more.

Java 8 and Adopt OpenJDK
Learn about Java 8 by using and testing it early. Cloudbees offers free Adopt OpenJDK instances to build and test projects on Java 8.

Pay Less for Java-Related Books!
35% discount on a list of Java 8 books from Apress. This special discount is for newsletter subscribers. Just use the code ORST3.

The March/April issue of Java Magazine jam-packed with information to get you started with Java SE 8, a revolutionary release of the world’s #1 development platform.

The biggest change in Java SE 8 - what some have called the most significant upgrade to the Java programming language ever - is lambda expressions, or closures. “Lambda expressions are anonymous methods that provide developers with a simple and compact means for representing behavior as data,” explains Brian Goetz, Java language architect at Oracle. “In a few years, developers will wonder how they ever lived without [them].”

In “Java 8: Explore the Possibilities,” we give you an overview of lambdas, the Nashorn JavaScript engine, Compact Profiles, the new date and time API, the role of community, and more. We also explore the new features that make Java ME 8 a comprehensive platform for connected devices and show you how to get started with embedded development. There are also articles on processing data with Java SE 8 Streams and the benefits of type annotations. Get started with Java 8 today with this issue of Java Magazine.

Java Magazine is a FREE, bi-monthly, online publication. It includes technical articles on the Java language and platform; Java innovations and innovators; JUG and JCP news; Java events; links to online Java communities; and videos and multimedia demos. Subscriptions are free, registration required.



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Java 8 is Revolutionary! Do you want its Proof?

Java SE 8 is a revolutionary release of the world’s #1 development platform. It is the single largest upgrade ever to the programming model, with coordinated core code evolution of the virtual machine, core language, and libraries. With Java SE 8, you are uniquely positioned to extend innovation through the largest, open, standards-based, community-driven platform. Want proof? Attend the Java 8 Launch webcast for all the authentication you need!

  • Download Java JDK 8.
  • Register now for the Java 8 keynote address and more than 35 deep-dive technical sessions.
  • Use #Java8QA to tweet questions for the Oracle Java Architect Team in advance of and during the webcast.
  • Join the discussion on the OTN Java 8 Questions Forum.

Java 8 Release
Java 8 SE and Java 8 ME Embedded releases are available on March 18th, 2014, check out Oracle.com/Java8 now for all things Java 8.

NetBeans IDE 8.0 Release Candidate
NetBeans 8.0 is a step closer to final release. Download the release candidate and try out the latest editors and tools for Java 8, Raspberry Pi, AngularJS and more.

Java 8 and Adopt OpenJDK
Learn about Java 8 by using and testing it early. Cloudbees offers free Adopt OpenJDK instances to build and test projects on Java 8.

Pay Less for Java-Related Books!
35% discount on a list of Java 8 books from Apress. This special discount is for newsletter subscribers. Just use the code ORST3.

The March/April issue of Java Magazine jam-packed with information to get you started with Java SE 8, a revolutionary release of the world’s #1 development platform.

The biggest change in Java SE 8 - what some have called the most significant upgrade to the Java programming language ever - is lambda expressions, or closures. “Lambda expressions are anonymous methods that provide developers with a simple and compact means for representing behavior as data,” explains Brian Goetz, Java language architect at Oracle. “In a few years, developers will wonder how they ever lived without [them].”

In “Java 8: Explore the Possibilities,” we give you an overview of lambdas, the Nashorn JavaScript engine, Compact Profiles, the new date and time API, the role of community, and more. We also explore the new features that make Java ME 8 a comprehensive platform for connected devices and show you how to get started with embedded development. There are also articles on processing data with Java SE 8 Streams and the benefits of type annotations. Get started with Java 8 today with this issue of Java Magazine.

Java Magazine is a FREE, bi-monthly, online publication. It includes technical articles on the Java language and platform; Java innovations and innovators; JUG and JCP news; Java events; links to online Java communities; and videos and multimedia demos. Subscriptions are free, registration required.


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Tuesday Apr 08, 2014

Fusion Middleware Partner Community Awards 2014

Thanks to all the partners for the excellent contribution and on-going business! You are the key for the joint Fusion Middleware success. Due to all the excellent work and contributions, Every Year it becomes harder to choose the winners.

The awarded partners have proven cutting edge projects with the latest Oracle technology and most important their contribution to the community like blogs, newsletters, conferences, papers, twitter, linkedin and their participation in the partner advisory councils.

THANKS to the whole community and congratulation to the winners:

  • C2B2 Consulting Limited Steve Steve Millidge
    Oracle WebLogic Community Award
  • Timo Hahn - virtual7 GmbH
    ADF Community Award
  • Oracle Internal Award to Ritu Chhibber
    Oracle Partner Community Award - Oracle Contribution 2014

The Oracle internal award also acknowledges the special contribution to the community. Ritu Chhibber publishes since years every month the newsletter you read. Ritu, as you could not come to Malta to receive it in person, when you read these lines THANKS for your great work!

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