Monday Feb 24, 2014

WebLogic Hackathon: Automated Provisioning using Puppet by Ronald van Luttikhuizen

This presentation accompanies a hands-on-lab session in which Puppet will be used to automatically provision Oracle WebLogic Server. Puppet is a tool to automate configuration management.

Together with Chef it's one of the more popular configuration management tools at the moment. Puppet allows you to describe the desired (to-be) state of your servers by declaring resources. These declarations can describe user accounts, security settings, packages, directories, files, executable statements, services, and so on.

Manifests are the files in which resource declarations are listed. Puppet periodically applies manifests by translating manifests into specific commands (catalogs) and executes those on the managed servers. Puppet is capable of inspecting the machines so it only applies those changes that are necessary. If a machine is already in the desired state Puppet will apply no changes.

Read also the post: Hands-on-lab material available for WebLogic provisioning using Puppet !!

Get the presentation here.


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Tuesday Feb 18, 2014

WebLogic Hackathon: Automated Provisioning using Puppet by Ronald van Luttikhuizen

This presentation accompanies a hands-on-lab session in which Puppet will be used to automatically provision Oracle WebLogic Server. Puppet is a tool to automate configuration management.

Together with Chef it's one of the more popular configuration management tools at the moment. Puppet allows you to describe the desired (to-be) state of your servers by declaring resources. These declarations can describe user accounts, security settings, packages, directories, files, executable statements, services, and so on.

Manifests are the files in which resource declarations are listed. Puppet periodically applies manifests by translating manifests into specific commands (catalogs) and executes those on the managed servers. Puppet is capable of inspecting the machines so it only applies those changes that are necessary. If a machine is already in the desired state Puppet will apply no changes.

Read also the post: Hands-on-lab material available for WebLogic provisioning using Puppet !!

Get the presentation here.


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Monday Oct 28, 2013

Developing geometry-based Web Services for WebLogic | Part 1 by Ronald van Luttikhuizen

In a recent project we developed Web Services that expose geographical data in their operations. This blog explains the use case for the service, gives an overview of the software architecture, and briefly discusses GML as markup language for geographical data. Part 2 of this blog provides pointers on the implementation of the service while part 3 discusses the deployment on Oracle WebLogic Server.

Use Case

The "BAG" (Basisregistratie Adressen en Gebouwen) is a Dutch national database containing information on all addresses and buildings in the Netherlands, and is maintained by Dutch municipalities. For several object types the BAG also maintains the associated geographical location and shape; for example for premises and cities. Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Sep 18, 2013

Learn Java EE and ADF from the experts

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Thursday Nov 08, 2012

Oracle ADF Essentials & ADF training material now on the iPad By Grant Ronald


Faster and Simpler Java-based Application Development - Now Free
Oracle ADF Essentials is an end-to-end Java EE framework that simplifies application development by providing out-of-the-box infrastructure services and a visual and declarative development experience. Oracle ADF Essentials is free to develop and deploy.

Oracle ADF Essentials Overview Demo

Tutorial - Using Oracle ADF Essentials with JPA/EJB and JSF

Oracle ADF Essentials FAQ

Introduction to Oracle ADF Seminar

Tutorial - Developing with Oracle ADF Essentials

ADF training material now on the iPad By Grant Ronald

My team has developed about a weeks worth of ADF training material under the title ADF Insider and ADF Insider Essentials. This is available from our page on OTN. But we are now loading all our content on YouTube as well so the content can now be accessed on iPads. Over the next couple of weeks we'll also add these YouTube links to the OTN page but in the meantime, if you have an interest in ADF I strongly urge you to subscribe to our ADFInsiderEssentials YouTube Channel so you can be alerted when new content comes on line.

Please also provide your comments, thumbs up/down, and let us know what content/topics is of your interest.

GlassFish Extension for Oracle JDeveloper by Shay Shmeltzer

We just release a new version of Oracle JDeveloper - 11.1.2.3.

One new feature here is built-in support for GlassFish. This include the ability to create an "application server" connection to GlassFish and then deploy to that server with one click from inside JDeveloper. You can use this for deploying Oracle ADF Essentials application on Glassfish, but you can also use it to deploy any Java EE application you build in JDeveloper on GlassFish.

However, if you are planning to work with GlassFish and JDeveloper on a more regular basis as your development server, then you might find my new extension useful.

The new extension allows you to start and stop an external GlassFish instance, as well as start it in debug mode (which will allow JDeveloper to remotely debug your application as it runs on the server. I also added a button that will invoke the web admin console of Glassfish.

Here is a quick demo that will show you how to work with the extension.

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Thursday Aug 16, 2012

Learn advanced ADF online – for free by Grant

The second part of the advanced ADF on line ecourse is now live. This covers the advanced topics of region and region interaction as well as getting down and dirty with some of the layout features of ADF Faces, skinning and DVT components. The aim of this course is to give you a self-paced learning aid which covers the more advanced topics of ADF development. The content is developed by Product Management and our Curriculum development teams and is based on advanced training material we've been running internally for about 18 months.
We'll get started on the next chapter, but in the meantime, enjoy chapters one and two.

Additional ADF information

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Wednesday Oct 19, 2011

Oracle Java ADF Modernizing and Development – A Case Study taken from Real Projects–Webinar with Grant Ronald & PITSS on November 29th 2011

Webinar:  Oracle Java ADF Modernizing and Development – A Case Study taken from Real Projects – Date 29.11.2011

Join Oracle’s Grant Ronald and PITSS to see a software architecture comparison of Oracle Forms and ADF and a live step-by-step presentation on how to achieve a successful migration. Learn about various migration options, challenges and best practices to protect your current investment in Oracle Forms.
“PL/SQL is without match for what it does: manipulating data in the database. If you blindly migrate all your PL/SQL to Java you will, in all probability, end up with less maintainable and less efficient code. Instead you should consider which code it best left as PL/SQL…”
Grant Ronald – “Migrating Oracle Forms to Fusion: Myth or Magic Bullet?”
Re-Engineering existing business logic is mandatory for your legacy Forms application to take advantage of the new Software architectures like ADF.
The PITSS.CON solution combines the deep understanding of Oracle Forms and Reports applications architecture with powerful re-engineering capabilities that allows the developer community to protect the investment in the existing Forms applications and to concentrate on fine-tuning and customization of the modernized functionality rather than manually recreating every module and business logic from bottom up.


Presented By:
Grant Ronald, Senior Group Product Manager, Oracle
Magdalena Serban, Product Manager, PITSS

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Oracle JAVA ADF Modernizing and Development

Online Webinar, 29.11.2011 2 pm (CET) , Language: Englisch


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