Monday May 26, 2014

WebLogic Partner Community Newsletter May 2014

Dear WebLogic Partner Community member,

Registration for the Fusion Middleware Summer Camps 2014 is open – Register asap for one of our bootcamps August 4th – 8th 2014 in Lisbon. Please read details and pre-requisitions careful before you register. We expect that like in the past, the conference will be booked out soon!

Thanks to you our WebLogic Specialized Partners Oracle is #1 for Worldwide Market-Share Total Software Revenue in the Application Platform Market Segment for 2013. Want to know why, get the new recipes for Oracle WebLogic 12.1.2. Looking for the right server to run WebLogic – try WebLogic on Oracle Database Appliance 2.9. Want to install WebLogic - Play around with WebLogic Maven Plug-In.

Thanks for sharing all the additional WebLogic articles within the community: How to use NodeManager to control WebLogic Servers & Retrieving WebLogic Server Name and Port in ADF Application & Glassfish to WebLogic Migration & Advanced GPIO & Building Robots with Java Embedded & Quick & Dirty How-to Guide: Install GlassFish 4 on Raspberry Pi & New Release: Java Micro Edition (ME) 8.

In our Development tool section Frank published Development - Performance and Tuning - Overview
in the latest ADF Architecture TV channel. Many of our clients run forms applications, make sure you run it on WebLogic.

Thanks for sharing all the additional development tool articles within the community: Using Oracle WebLogic 12c with NetBeans IDE & Consuming SOAP Service & Check Box Support in ADF Query & New release of the ADF EMG Audit Rules & Working with the Array Data Type in a Table & ADF client-side architecture - Select All & Book Review: NetBeans Platform for Beginners

See you in Lisbon!

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Sunday May 25, 2014

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Saturday May 24, 2014

Innovate and Extend Oracle Applications to Mobile Webcast on-demand

LogoJoin this webcast to learn about Oracle AppAdvantage. It’s a program powered by Oracle Fusion Middleware technologies that includes the Oracle mobile platform, an integrated set of technologies. The platform lets you rapidly build, deploy, secure, and integrate mobile applications with Oracle Applications and third-party applications for any device and any data source. Watch the webcast here.

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Friday May 23, 2014

IT-Security (Part 3): WebLogic Server and Java Security Features by Mohammad Esad-Djou

WebLogic Server and Java Security Features [1]  WebLogic Server supports the Java SE and Java EE Security to protect the resources of whole system. The resources could be Web applications, Uniform Resource Locator (URL), Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs), and Connector components.

Java SE capabilities: Security APIs p3_realm_1Java uses APIs to access security features and functionality and its architecture contains a large set of application programming interfaces (APIs), tools, and implementations of commonly-used security algorithms, and protocols. This delivers the developer a complete security framework for writing applications and enables them to extend the platform with new security mechanisms.[2]

Java Authentication and Authorization Services (JAAS) WebLogic Server uses the Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS) classes to consistently and securely authenticate to the client. JAAS is a part of Java SE Security APIs and a set of Java packages that enable services to authenticate and enforce access controls upon users and /or fat-client authentication for applications, applets, Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), or servlets.

JAAS uses a Pluggable Authentication Module (PAM) framework, and permits the use of new or updated authentication technologies without requiring modifications to the application. Therefore, only developers of custom Authentication providers and developers of remote fat client applications need to be involved with JAAS directly. Users of thin clients or developers of within-container fat client applications do not require the direct use or knowledge of JAAS.

JAAS LoginModules All LoginModules are responsible for authenticating users within the security realm (we are going to discuss about that later) and for populating a subject with the necessary principals (users/groups). LoginModules contains necessary methods for Login Context, Accounts, Credentials, configuration of them, and different ways to exception handling. Each Authentication providers will be configured in a security realm, its LoginModules will store principals within the same subject too. I try to present that with an example: Via WebLogic Server Admin Console: Home >myDomain > Domain Structure click on Security Realms and then create a new realm “Moh_Realm-0” and then click on “OK” Read the complete article here.

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Thursday May 22, 2014

Mobile suite video

Easily create and deliver engaging user experiences for the enterprise on one secure platform, for any device, on any application, and any data. At our WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required) you can download a great introduction video of MobileSuiteIntroduction.mp4.

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Wednesday May 21, 2014

Call for papers – The biggest Oracle Technology event in the UK is back!

Call for Papers for Tech14 is now open and this is your chance to contribute to a compelling and comprehensive agenda. The deadline is 23rd May, so make sure you submit your SOA & BPM abstracts before this date.

Tech14 also offers you the chance to promote your brand and message to a highly targeted audience.
Find out more about the exhibition and sponsorship opportunities available.”
For additional call for papers please visit our wiki – feel free to add yours!

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Mobile Development for iOS and Android

This series of videos represent the entire session schedule for OTN Virtual Developer Day: Mobile Development for iOS and Android, originally presented during a webcast on August 7, 2013. Watch the videos here.

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Preparing to Go Mobile: Oracle ADF Mobile and Developing for iOS and Android

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Introduction to ADF Mobile


ADF Mobile: The Data Layer

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UI Design and Device Integration

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OTN Virtual Developer Day - Oracle ADF Mobile Hands-on Lab

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Tuesday May 20, 2014

Video Playlist: Oracle ADF Development: Web, Mobile and Beyond

Whether you participated in the OTN Virtual Developer Day on Oracle ADF Development - Web, Mobile and Beyond and want to see the video presentations again, or you were doing something far less productive and only now realize your mistake, you can now relive the Virtual Developer Day experience with the complete collection of videos from the event, organized into playlists, all freely available on YouTube. View the playlist.

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Monday May 19, 2014

Introduction to GlassFish Management and Monitoring By Reza Rahman & Adam Bien

Robust management and monitoring is a key value proposition for modern Java EE application servers that most developers seem to be unaware of. Fortunately this is changing rapidly as more and more developers get exposed to operations concerns via the DevOps movement.

GlassFish has never been a slouch when it comes to management and monitoring (although an application server like WebLogic truly excels in this area).

GlassFish has long provided many ways for management and monitoring including the admin console GUI, the asadmin command-line tool, a REST admin interface and JMX. If you don't know about these features as a GlassFish user, you owe it to yourself to learn a bit more about it.

A golden opportunity for this was recently organized by our friends at the London GlassFish User Group. On March 6th they organized an excellent virtual event with celebrated Java EE advocate, author, JCP expert and Java Champion Adam Bien on GlassFish management and monitoring. Fortunately for all of us, the event was recorded and you can check out the video below:

Much of the material covered in the talk is also covered in a recent OTN article that Adam wrote - it might be easier to use as a reference. Watch the Adam Bien video here. & Read the complete article here.

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Saturday May 17, 2014

Implementing Data Caching and Data Syncing by A-Team

Oracle's A-Team has developed a free JDeveloper extension called the "ADF Mobile Persistence Sample". This extension contains powerful design-time wizards and a comprehensive runtime library, allowing you to very quickly create a mobile application with data caching and data syncing capabilities. Check out this impressive video that shows the development process with this extension from start to finish.

More information can be found in two articles on the A-Team Chronicles website:

Oracle A-Team and Mobile Platform Product Management are currently investigating how the functionality of this extension can best be integrated in future releases of the product.

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Friday May 16, 2014

Getting the most out of WLDF Part 2: Watches by C2B2

In this post, I'll be looking at using watches in WLDF.
What is a watch? A watch, at its most basic, is simply a way to monitor one of three things:

  • MBeans
  • A server log
  • Instrumentation (event) data

To configure an instrumentation watch, you first need to know what instrumentation is, and how to instrument applications or servers, so we’ll put that to one side for now. A server log watch is exactly that - a watch to monitor the server log for anything you want! For example, all Critical severity log entries, entries which mention a particular server or particular log message IDs. An MBean watch relies on the Harvester to collect server runtime MBean metrics which does not need to be configured separately for your watch to work, but do bear in mind that the data gathered will not be archived unless you configure the Harvester properly:

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If you define a watch rule to monitor an MBean (or MBean attributes) that the Harvester is not configured to harvest, the watch will work. The Harvester will "implicitly" harvest values to satisfy the requirements set in the defined watch rules. However, data harvested in this way (that is, implicitly for a watch) will not be archived. See Chapter 7, "Configuring the Harvester for Metric Collection," for more information about the Harvester.

How do I make a watch? I’ve already mentioned that Instrumentation watches require a little understanding of instrumentation first, so I won’t cover them here. If you’re already familiar with instrumentation, then configuring watches for your instrumented applications isn’t too tricky.

Step 1: Create a Diagnostic Module The first step in creating watches is always the same. In the Domain Structure pane, select “Diagnostic Modules” under the “Diagnostics” entry.

Select a diagnostic module if you’ve created one, or create a new one if not. Since creating a new module only requires you to name it (and provide an optional description), you’ll need to configure it once you’ve created it. The most important thing to do is to target it to the server you want to monitor. Read the complete article here.

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Thursday May 15, 2014

Deploy war on WebLogic server by WebLogic console by Hemant Kurmi

In this post we will see how to deploy a war on weblogic by using weblogic console.

  • First start the admin server of your weblogic server  for this browse to the path of domain of your weblogic server .it will be some what like D:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains here you will get all the domains created so in D:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\Domain_name\bin you will get  startWebLogic.cmd or startWebLogic.sh depending on your OS Just run it and you will see a cmd console
  • Now If your weblogic server is started succssfully it will display running in console
  • After starting weblogic server succssfully . Open the weblogic console from the below link Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday May 13, 2014

A Weblogic Admin Console with a dynamic look and feel by Peter van Nes

In my previous post i explained how to build your a custom look and feel for the Weblogic Administration Console, which is a result of research into a possibility to distinguish Weblogic Consoles in DTAP environments. My initial plan was to develop a separate look and feel for each specific environment, simply because i did not know what the possibilities were. I quickly abandoned this plan and developed one Weblogic Admin Console look and feel which adapts itself to the environment wherein it is deployed.

At most sites there is a way to determine if your host is running in a Development, Test, Acceptation or Production environment. The key data used to differentiate these environments depends on the infrastructure. It can be for example the IP-address, DNS name or Weblogic Domain name. A customer for example has standardized the weblogic domain names in such a way that the first position of the domain name corresponds with the environment. A Weblogic Development domain therefore always starts with a ‘D’, test with ‘T’, etc.  In this article i will show you how to make the Weblogic Console adapt its look and feel based on the Weblogic Domain name.

The Weblogic Admin Console login page is defined in /login/LoginForm.jsp which imports the MBeanUtils.class file. This class contains a lot of valuable methods. One of those methods, getDomainName() returns as it says the name of the Weblogic Domain. Simply by adding the following single line of Java as a JSP expression to LoginForm.jsp gives you the Weblogic domain name for which the Admin Console is opened. Read the complete article here.

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Java Virtual Developer Day: Java 2014 – May 14th

Virtual Developer Day: Java 2014 - May 14th, 2014 - 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM BST/ 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM CEST / 12:00 Noon - 4:00 PM GST / 12:00 Noon - 4:00 PM MSK

Hear from experts in Java SE 8 , Java EE 7 and Java Embedded. Get all you need to build the next generation of advanced applications in this exciting space. Watch tutorials from the experts to improve your expertise in Java, the world’s #1 development platform. Get technical information from Java experts and ask questions during live chats. This FREE virtual event will cover:

  • Java SE 8 New Features: Lambdas and more
  • The latest on the Java EE 7
  • How Java makes it easy for you to control a wide range of embedded devices

Get the latest information about Java from the experts: Java SE 8, Java EE 7 and Java Embedded. Learn about Lambdas and more! This is event is FREE, but you must register. Register NOW!

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WebLogic and Fusion Middleware Configuration Management using Chef and Puppet Webcast on-demand

Chef and Puppet, are popular tools to manage WebLogic Server and other Fusion Middleware configurations. Share with your customers a brand-new video on demand that showcases how these popular assembly technologies can provide continuous, detailed configurations for WebLogic Server 12c. Video on-demand.

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