Sunday Jan 25, 2015

Handling Date Format and ADF Bindings by Andrejus Baranovskis

clip_image002With the latest release of Oracle BAM 12c (12.1.3), Oracle has completely redesigned the user interface (UI) and this is the third post in a four part series of posts introducing this new UI.

Part 1 - Introducing the New Oracle BAM 12c Composer

Part 2 - Navigating Oracle BAM 12c Composer's New "Home" Page

Part 3 - Navigating Oracle BAM 12c Composer's New "Administrator" Page

Part 4 - (Coming Soon) Navigating Oracle BAM 12c Composer's New "Designer" Page

In this post, I will give you a brief overview of the new "Administrator" page and hopefully provide you with some insight into the redesign and how to navigate within the new UI.

BAM Composer Administrator Page View

By default, the Administrator page loads with a static image in the main section and with a Navigation Pane on the left-hand side.  With the Navigation Pane you have the option to add, edit/view, delete or refresh the four types of objects using the icons at the top of the Navigation Pane..

BAM Composer Administrator Objects

  • Data Objects
  • Enterprise Message Sources
  • Continuous Queries Monitoring
  • Viewset Monitoring

The Navigation Pane can also be collapsed to provide additional space for the main section.

BAM Composer Data Objects

In the image below you will see the out-of-the-box structure of the BAM Composer Data Objects.  In the fourth post in this series, I will go into further details on the out-of-the-box data objects and their different types. Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Dec 17, 2014

Closer look at the SOA 12c Feature: Oracle Managed File Transfer By Tshepo Madigage

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The rapid growth of cloud-based applications in the enterprise, combined with organizations' desire to integrate applications with mobile technologies, is dramatically increasing application integration complexity. To meet this challenge, Oracle introduced Oracle SOA Suite 12c, the latest version of the industry's most complete and unified application integration and SOA solution. With simplified cloud, mobile, on-premises, and Internet of Things (IoT) integration capabilities, all within a single platform, Oracle SOA Suite 12c helps organizations speed time to integration, improve productivity, and lower TCO.

To extend its B2B solution capabilities with Oracle SOA Suite 12c, Oracle unveiled Oracle Managed File Transfer, an integrated solution that enables organizations to virtually eliminate file transfer complexities. This allows customers to load data securely into Oracle Cloud applications as well as third-party cloud or partner applications.

Oracle Managed File Transfer (Oracle MFT) enables secure file exchange and management with internal departments and external partners. It protects against inadvertent access to unsecured files at every step in the end-to-end transfer of files. It is easy to use especially for non technical staff so you can leverage more resources to manage the transfer of files. The extensive reporting capabilities allow you to get quick status of a file transfer and resubmit it as required. You can protect data in your DMZ by using the SSH/FTP reverse proxy. Read the complete article here

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Wednesday Oct 23, 2013

Oracle OpenWorld 2013 Summary

Did you miss the Oracle OpenWorld 2013 – here are the key information from Thomas Kurian’s middleware presentation, our partners presentations and the first impressions on SOA Suite 12c. Thanks to all partners for the excellent presentations and the product management team for the superb demo ground!

Oracle OpenWorld General Session 2013: Middleware

Watch Full-Length Keynote

JavaOne keynote

At our WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required): you can download the presentation slides from Thomas Kurian’s presentation FMWGeneralSessionTKv22.pptx.
Download all session slides here.

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Weblogic - Dynamic Clustering in practice by Andy Overton

The latest version of Weblogic (12.1.2) includes support for Dynamic Clustering. For more details on what else is new in 12.1.2 see my previous blog post. In this blog post I will look at setting up a dynamic cluster on 2 machines with 4 managed servers (2 on each). I will then deploy an application to the cluster and show how to expand the cluster.

What is a dynamic cluster?

A dynamic cluster is any cluster that contains one or more dynamic servers. Each server in the cluster will be based upon a single shared server template. The server template allows you to configure each server the same and ensures that servers do not need to be manually configured before being added to the cluster. This allows you to easily scale up or down the number of servers in your cluster without the need for setting up each server manually. Changes made to the server template are rolled out to all servers that use that template. Read the complete article here.


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Tuesday Oct 22, 2013

New WebLogic Server 12.1.2 Installation and Patching Technology By Monica Riccelli

WebLogic Server 12.1.2 has many new features, but the first new feature you are likely to notice is the change in installer technology. WebLogic Server and Coherence 12.1.2 are installed using Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) installer technology. We have also changed WebLogic Server patching technology from SmartUpdate to OPatch, the patching tool used to patch OUI installations. Note that installation and patching technology used for prior versions of WebLogic Server has not changed.

The primary motivation for this change is to provide consistency across the Oracle stack. Prior to WebLogic Server 12.1.2, Fusion Middleware customers were required to use different technologies to install and patch, for example, Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) with WebLogic Server. Now users can perform installation and patching across products more efficiently by using the same technologies, and by using new installation packages that simplify installation of Fusion Middleware products with WebLogic Server. Check the YouTube video that describes how to install  WebLogic Server 12.1.2 using the  OUI installer.

The following WebLogic Server distributions are now available on the Oracle Technology Network (OTN)  under OTN license, and from Oracle Software Delivery Cloud (OSDC) for licensed customers:

wls_121200.jar - This OUI installer package includes WebLogic Server and Coherence and is targeted at WebLogic Server users who do not require other Fusion Middleware components such as ADF. This generic installer can be used to install WebLogic Server and Coherence on any supported operating system, and is intended for development or production purposes. This is available on OTN and OSDC. Read the complete article here.

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Monday Oct 21, 2013

WebLogic Server 12c New Features on-demand training

This interactive, self-paced eCourse gives a detailed overview of the latest features and enhancements in WebLogic Server 12.1.2. Watch the on-demand training here.


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Tuesday Jul 16, 2013

Weblogic Server 12c Webcast July 25th 2013

Oracle WebLogic SuiteWebLogic Server 12c is the leading Application Server across conventional and cloud environments today.

WebLogic Server provides a complete set of services for Java EE applications and provides lightweight development with Java EE 6 and Oracle Coherence. It enables enterprises to create and run agile and intelligent business applications while maximizing IT efficiency.

Join us, in this one hour webcast, as we will show you WebLogic Server 12c features and capabilities and how it employs modern hardware and software architectures.

Agenda

  • · Oracle WebLogic 12c Introduction
  • · WebLogic Server Topology
  • · More out of Weblogic 12c
  • · Coherence and WebLogic
  • · Exalogic & Entreprise Manager Grid Control
  • · Oracle Traffic Director
  • · Q&A

Delivery Format
This FREE online LIVE eSeminar will be delivered over the Web. Registrations received less than 24 hours prior to start time may not receive confirmation to attend.

Duration: 1 hour

For details please visit the registration page

For any questions please contact us at partner.imc@beehiveonline.oracle.com.
Visit our ISV Migration Center blog Or Follow us @oracleimc to learn more on Oracle Technologies, upcoming partner webcasts and events. Existing content available YouTube - SlideShare - Oracle Mix.

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Thursday Mar 21, 2013

Fusion Middleware Performance Problems? Take Advantage of DMS by Daniel Mortimer

  • Why is my application running slowly?
  • How can I access configuration data and related metrics?
  • I need to a tool to help me tune my Fusion Middleware solution?

If you are asking these types of questions then take some time out to find out more about DMS.

What is DMS? Yes, another acronym .. sorry ... translation : "Dynamic Monitoring Service." It is a service which enables Oracle Fusion Middleware components to provide data regarding the component's performance, state and ongoing behavior. DMS measures and reports metrics, trace events and system performance and provides a context correlation service for these components.
Benefits include

  • Comprehensive set of performance metrics
  • Multiple tools for easier viewing and analysis of the metrics - including:
    • Fusion Middleware (EM) Control
    • DMS Spy Servlet
    • WLST
    • Remote Diagnostic Agent
    • Diagnostic Framework
  • Event Tracing
    • configure live tracing with no restarts
    • trace issues within a given time period or collect specific data at a specific time for a specific set of criteria

Oracle Fusion Middleware Performance and Tuning Guide 11g Chapter 6 Oracle Dynamic Monitoring Service Performance Tuning is the place to find out more. Read the full article here.

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Wednesday Mar 20, 2013

ADF & Fusion Middleware Development Developer Day for UK partners–April 10th 2013

Join us at this Developer Day and learn about Oracle ADF and Fusion Middleware Development through Technical Sessions and Hands-on Labs with Oracle JDeveloper, Oracle ADF, and Oracle ADF Mobile.Oracle ADF

Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) is the standards based, strategic framework powering Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Fusion Applications. From desktop, to Web, to mobile, we’ll introduce you to the development platform Oracle is using for its Fusion enterprise applications, discuss its architecture and offer hands-on experience on how to get up to speed with it.

Learn about:

  • Oracle Fusion Middleware Development Platform
  • Developing Reusable Business Services
  • Developing Rich Web User Interface and Portals
  • Developing Mobile Apps for iOS and Android with Oracle ADF Mobile

Target Audience:

  • Developers, Project Managers, Architects

For details please visit our registration page!

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OOP 2013 Conference Presentations

Thanks to all the partners and Oracle team who presented the Java Developer Day during the OOP 2013 conference! Markus Eisele and Enno Schulte published a summery of the day.

For those who could not come to Munich we uploaded all the presentations to the WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required):

Überblick und RoadmapWolfgang Weigend
Java FXPeter Doschkinow
ADF Mobile - Torsten Winterberg
Java EE – Adam Bien
Java CloudMarkus Eisele

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Tuesday Mar 19, 2013

Oracle WebLogic Server 12c – Distinctive Recipes book by Frank Munz

Content
This new book is an anthology of best practice in administrating WebLogic, large-scale deployments,  performance-tuning tools, the merged JVM, using JMX with your own applications, stuck threads, JDBC myths, effectively detecting memory leaks, Java EE examples (including deployments and NetBeans projects), Oracle Fusion Middleware (Service Bus, SOA Suite etc.) and WebLogic in the Cloud without the hype.

About WebLogic Distinctive Recipes
Imagine you need to know about a problem with your car’s engine. You could plow through the 1000-page manual. Or you could chat to the mechanic over a cup of coffee.
That’s WebLogic 12c Advanced Recipes. It’s WebLogic for software architects, administrators and developers. For people like you who know quite a bit about WebLogic, want to know more, but don’t want the typical ‘recipe book’ full of screenshots.

What you really want are the things you won’t find in the manual, like recommendations, discussions, best practices, deployable projects, webcast videos and directions on when to use a feature – and when not to. With all this and more, this book is the perfect complement to official courses and manuals.

In short, this gem of a book is almost as good as attending one of Frank’s renowned workshops.

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