Tuesday Feb 21, 2017

Additional new material WebLogic Community

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· Citizen Developer: Partner or Party Crasher? You might assume that the people in IT would have issues with non-IT people taking it upon themselves to create their own applications. But based on comments posted in a community discussion of the topic, that assumption would be faulty—and simplistic. Read the article.

· Podcast: Middleware Here and Now Recorded shortly before Oracle OpenWorld 2016, this podcast brings together a group of middleware product managers to discuss the current state of their respective products. Listen to the podcast.

· Video: Java Microservices Hackathon Winner Farhan Ahmad Mohawk College developer and analyst Farhan Ahmad talks about his experience as the winner of the Oracle Java Microservices Hackathon held in Toronto on August 4, 2016. Watch the video.

· Video: Oracle Tools for Cloud Development Developing cloud services and microservices is worth getting excited about, according to Oracle ACE Director John King, thanks to Oracle JDeveloper, SQL Developer, Mobile Application Framework (MAF), and APEX. Watch the video.

· Oracle Empowers Cloud Developers Oracle has unveiled the next generation of Cloud services and development tools at JavaOne 2016, as well as a range of developer-focused initiatives. Learn more.

Unmatched Cloud Platform Based on #1 Database and #1 Middleware to Accelerate Move of Enterprise IT to the Cloud PaaS enhancements unveiled today (Sept 20) also include nineteen new Cloud services including: Container Cloud Service, Oracle Identity Cloud Service, Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service, Big Data Cloud Services and Oracle Analytics Cloud Services. Learn more

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Monday Feb 20, 2017

WebLogic & Developer Partner Community Newsletter February 2017

Dear WebLogic and Developer Partner Community,

Oracle acquired Apiary the leading solution for API Design and Governance. Together with Oracle API Cloud Service to secure, consume, monetize and analyze APIs, are a winning solution for the digital economy. An API Platform is key for a Microservices Architecture, to get started with Microservices read Boris blog article series. During the PaaS Partner Community Forum you will learn more about latest updates on the API Cloud Platform including a hands-on training. In case you can’t make it to Split, every months we offer free on-demand Bootcamps for WebLogic Suite 12c, for details please visit the community training calendar (membership required).

For cloud-native development the latest version 17.1.1 of the Application Development Platform is available. Thanks to the community for all the excellent WebLogic and ACC articles: JCS, MCS and SOA CS Customer Dubai Airports Reference & Oracle Cloud Stack – quick provisioning of stack of co-configured PaaS services: one minute for JCS, DBaaS and Storage Cloud & Updated AppDev & ACC & JCS and WebLogic presentations at community workspace & Java Cloud Service, Multitenancy and Oracle Management Cloud - Part 1 & Microservice Development using NodeJS and Oracle Application Container Cloud Service (ACCS)

Video: Docker, Microservices, and Cloud & A Deeper Dive into Oracle's Container Cloud Offerings & Tips and Tricks for Oracle Container Cloud Service (OCCS) & Announcing the Oracle Container Registry & Setting Log Levels for Diagnostic Logging in WebLogic 12.2 & WebLogic Server: Logging the SOAP action in the access & WebLogic 12c Zero Downtime Director’s Cut: What you missed & Video: JMX and WebLogic MBean Objects | Fevzi Korkutata.

In the mobile space, chatbots are raising. Join our Webcast on February 20th to learn from Grant Ronald how to build chatbots based on Mobile Cloud Service. Thanks to the community for all the excellent mobile & development tool articles: Mobile Cloud Service (MCS). Implementing custom APIs using JavaScript on Node.js & Securely extending Oracle Sales Cloud to Mobile Devices with Oracle JET and MCS& New Features in Application Builder Cloud Service - Feb 2017& Extending Oracle HCM with Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service - It's Simple & Video: ABCS - Reimagining Application Development & Developer Cloud for NodeJS application Testing Automation using Jasmine & JET Router API Example & JET Composite Components XI - Metadata Extensibility & Multi Language Support in Oracle JET & Setting Invalid Fields for the UI in ADF BC Groovy & How To: ADF Essentials 12c Application on Tomcat 8 & Export ViewObject data to PDF file using Apache PDFBox & ADF 12c New Groovy API to Work with View Object Methods & Get Facebook profile detail using restfb Graph API in Java & ADF & SQL Bind Variable Support in ADF BC REST & Import data from XLS and XLSX (Excel) to ADF Table Using Apache POI &Contextual Event API Improvements in ADF 12.2.1.x & Change live application language/resource in Oracle ADF, Change XML Resource file at runtime & JDeveloper: Advanced Skin Technique & Loading a Git Repository in JDeveloper 12c & Advanced OHS Configuration in Oracle Forms 12.2.1.2.

For a short summery of our key monthly information watch the Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The February edition of the PaaSPartner Update contains details about the community conference, developer gateway & code events and the upcoming community webcast about Mobile Cloud Service and Chat Bots on February 28th 2017. See you in Croatia!

Want to publish your best practice article & news in the next community newsletter? Please feel free to send it via Twitter @wlsCommunity #WebLogicCommunity!

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Sunday Feb 19, 2017

Dynamic Flying Dashboard UI in ADF 12.2.1.1 by Andrejus Baranovskis

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I took my old sample application implemented in 2010 - Dynamic Flying Dashboard UI Shell and upgraded it to recent ADF 12.2.1.1. It runs pretty well, without major changes - this proves ADF migration between releases can be smooth (well, not always in practice - but let's be positive).
I have recorded gif to give you an impression how it runs and how UI switch works in ADF UI panel dashboard component:

There are four blocks in the dashboard, user can remove each of the blocks or select predefined group of blocks: Read the complete article here.

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Saturday Feb 18, 2017

JET and ADF BC REST Security Integration Approach by Andrejus Baranovskis

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I have promised to attendees of my OOW'16 session (Building Enterprise-Grade Mobile Apps with Oracle JET and Cordova [CON5731]) to post a blog about ADF BC REST security and integration with Oracle JET. This post is to demonstrate how we could reuse cookie ID generated by ADF BC REST Web session for REST requests from JET.
First thing first, here you can download source code - jet_adfbc_security.zip. This archive contains ADF BC REST application and JET source code (you need to copy it into your local JET application).
Take a look first into JET login form. This is where we collect username/password and call login function. One important detail - invalidComponentTracker, this allows to report required validation error, when user hits login button with empty username or password:

Here is the login function in JET. If there are no validation errors, it executes POST against ADF BC REST service custom method. In response we could return user info, preferences, etc. This is the only one request where we are using username/password. Key point of this request is to get JSESSIONID from ADF BC REST server, so we could use it for subsequent requests, without sending username/password again. This is similar concept to ADF Faces, it is also using JSESSIONID to track web user and HTTP session on the server. If login is successful, we are reading custom parameter from response with JSESSIONID value. JET router is updated to render different menu structure after login: Read the complete article here.

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Friday Feb 17, 2017

Getting Started with Oracle JET Composite Components by Geertjan Wielenga

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I worked with JB Brock yesterday on setting up and using Oracle JET's new Composite Component Architecture.

The aim of it all is to have reusable components that enable you to define your own HTML elements, like this, for example:

Above you see a Knockout for-each loop which iterates through 'employees' and creates a new DOM element named "demo-card" for each of them.

The above is in the view, e.g., in "home.html", while "home.js", i.e., the viewModel, defines "employees" as follows: Read the complete article here.

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Thursday Feb 16, 2017

JET and Siebel – A Match Made in Heaven? by Alexander Hansal

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Almost a year ago on OpenWorld 2015, Oracle announced the arrival of Oracle JET, a collection of open source JavaScript libraries along with a set of Oracle contributed JavaScript libraries.

Oracle JET is open source and aimed at web developers who want to quickly create enterprise-class JavaScript applications that run seamlessly on any browser and any device.

Oracle JET Sample Application

So what does Oracle JET have to do with Siebel CRM?

Out-of-the-box, there is no connection whatsoever between Oracle JET and Siebel CRM. Siebel Open UI is an enterprise-class JavaScript application but is built upon a proprietary framework developed by Oracle's Siebel engineers.

But nothing (well maybe something…) is holding you back if you want to hook up Siebel CRM and Oracle JET. Let's discuss two possible scenarios.

Scenario 1: Build a JET application that consumes Siebel data

The question might now be: Why on earth would you do that? Siebel Open UI allows you to consume Siebel data in a browser and device of your choice already.

True, but many desktop-style applications are just a bit too overcustomized and "big" for small screens. Read the complete article here.

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Mobile Cloud Service & Chat Bots Webcast live on February 28th at 16:00 CET

imageMobile is the technology which is literally at everyone's finger tips.  Whether you are taking first steps with mobile, or full embracing a Mobile-first strategy, what you can't do is ignore mobile.
In this session will focus around Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) and give a firsthand look at how Oracle customers are embracing Oracle Mobile through a mobile integration architecture, low/no-code mobile application development, multi-channel access through AI driven chatbots and intelligent customer/employee insights.  Attendees with also get an insight into current products that support a successful mobile strategy, and share details on the latest innovations, Oracle’s Mobile strategy, and roadmap.

Grant Ronaldimage

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Visit the registration page here.

Call ID: 5566478 Call Passcode: 333111

UK: +44 (0) 208 118 1001 & United States: 140 877 440 73

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Schedule:

February 28th 2017 at 16:00-17:00 CET

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Missed our SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast? – watch the on-demand versions:

· b2b January 31st 2017

· Community Resources & free Cloud trails December 20th 2016

· SOA 12 & BPM Suite 12c Roadmap update November 29th 2016

· Microservices October 25th 2016

· Oracle OpenWorld 2016 update September 27th 2016

· API Cloud Platform Service August 30th 2016

· BPM Suite & PCS Update July 26th 2016

· Integration Cloud Service June 28th 2016

· Sales Plays Webcast June 9th 2016

· Real-Time Integration Business Insight May 31st 2016

For the latest information please visit Community Updates Wiki page (SOA Community membership required).

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Wednesday Feb 15, 2017

Lisbon Summer Camp 2016 Mobile training by Chris Laurente

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In this post, we will see an overview about all the knowledge learned in the Lisbon summer camp - Mobile section. There we go:

Building AuraPlayer web Services

First, we created REST web services to manage the Forms summit application using AuraPlayer’s Service Manager. We used IE to launch the summit Forms.

We created several services, pushing the button “record services.

Then we defined the service name an the form URL. The URL form is connected to a Forms Server where AuraPlayer is installed. We have some options that we can use on AuraPlayer Manager in the record time. Read the complete article here.

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Slides Available – End-to-End Cloud: Oracle Java Cloud, Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, Oracle MAF, and Oracle JET by Andrejus Baranovskis

I have completed my OOW'16 session [CON2388] today. For those of you who could not attend it, check slides online (I will post sample code later, read more about the session here): Get the slides here.

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Tuesday Feb 14, 2017

Puppet WebLogic Starter Pack

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The FREE WebLogic starter pack allows you to use the FULL set of WebLogic classes, defined types and custom types provided in the wls_install and the wls_config modules on ten named nodes for three months. This allows you to test the modules in your own environment and see how they help you to take control of your WebLogic configuration.

To use the Oracle software you need a separate license provided by Oracle Inc. Check the Oracle price list to buy a valid license for your system(s). Get the Puppet pack here.

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Monday Feb 13, 2017

Serverless architecture on the Oracle PaaS Cloud by Lucas Jellema

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One of the interesting tidbits, somewhat hidden away in Thomas Kurian’s keynote presentation last week at Oracle OpenWorld 2016, is a new member of the Oracle PaaS Cloud Services family called Oracle Functions (or at least that seems to be the working title). Oracle Functions are serverless applications that are run on the Oracle PaaS infrastructure when one of its triggering events has been published.

The next screenshot shows a function as part of a stack. A stack by the way is a collection of components that are managed together – stop, start, scale, patch etc. – somewhat similar to AWS Formations.

A Function is executed when one of its triggers occurs. Here we see a drop down list of the [sources for]trigger types currently supported. Among these are: the new Kafka Event Bus, the API Platform, the Database (DBaaS), the MySQL CS, Cache, WebHooks, events from Management Cloud (APM, Log Analytics) and messages on the Messaging Cloud. More trigger types are expected to be added over time. Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Feb 12, 2017

Start and stop WebLogic Server using scripts by Waslley Souza

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You can use scripts to facilitate the management of WebLogic Server and reduce the manual tasks you have to do.
Examples of these scripts are scripts to automate start and stop of Admin and Managed Servers of WebLogic Server.

In this post I will provide the scripts I use and you can download them here: scripts.zip

These are the scripts that I use to start WebLogic Server in my Linux VM.
One of them is a Shell script to start Node Manager and AdminServer, and the other is a Python script to start SOA, OSB and BAM Managed Servers.

Shell script: Read the complete article here.

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Saturday Feb 11, 2017

New book: WebLogic Multitenancy WebLogic as a Platform & Foundation for Cloud Services

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With WebLogic 12.2.x a complete new concept – called partition - was introduced into WebLogic in order to support multitenancy setups and concepts. This new technology can also serve as a solid foundation for cloud services and cloud hosting. A partition is – similar to a filesystem partition – meant to be a well-defined area of WebLogic, with some new and powerful features. Other than the standard J2EE bundling units like EAR, WAR or RAR archives, the partition goes beyond that and allows a bundling of applications (J2EE units) and required resources like JDBC, JMS and more into a single “WebLogic application” based on the partition technology. Partitions can also be exported, migrated and imported as a single unit.
Many real world use-cases can benefit significantly from the new multitenancy technology. This book explains the new WebLogic technologies in detail. In addition to the technology deep-dives, this book discusses many use-cases found daily in our industry and shows the potential benefit of multitenancy technologies for these scenarios.
Key Features:
* Overview and deep-dives into the new WebLogic technologies around multitenancy
* Many examples using WLST scripting in order to automate partition handling
* All scripts and programs can easily be adapted to the reader’s need
* Discussion of a number of real-world uses and how these could benefit from multitenancy
* Focus on architects, decision-makers, administrators and developers
Get the book here at Amazon. For additional WebLogic books please visit the wiki here.

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Friday Feb 10, 2017

Publishing applications to Application Container Cloud Service from Oracle Storage Cloud by Lucas Jellema

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This weekend, while preparing for a demo during Oracle OpenWorld 2016, I found a for me new way of publishing a new [version of an]application to Application Container Cloud: through Storage Cloud. The application archive – zip or tar – can be stored on Storage Cloud and the deployment to ACCS can be performed from Storage Cloud. I am not yet sure if this makes for a better automated workflow. What it does give me for now is an automatic backup of the application archive – it lives on Storage Cloud after having been deployed.

The steps I go through (using CloudBerry as file explorer on top of Storage Cloud – see this article for details):

1. Copy Application Archive to Storage Cloud:

2. Use the Cloud storage path option in the upload dialog, as shown in the figure: Read the complete article here.

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Thursday Feb 09, 2017

PaaS hands-on trainings at Partner Community Forum March 27th–31st 2017 Split Croatia

The Oracle PaaS Partner Community Forum that will be held in the Le Méridien Lav, Split, Croatia on March 27th & 28th & 29th 2017 with hands-on training on March 30th & 31st 2017. Hands-on PaaS Training

Additionally to the Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum, you can participate in technical hands on workshops on March 30th & 31st 2017. You have to choice to deep dive into:

  • Integration Cloud Service and API Cloud Service
  • Process Cloud Service and Document Cloud Service
  • End-to-end cloud native application development experience (touching ACCS, DevCS, OMC)
  • Mobile
  • User Experience
  • Enrich SaaS with PaaS

The conference wonderful opportunity to get the latest PaaS & Middleware information direct from product management, get trained hands-on by our experts and network within the community.

· Process Cloud Service & BPM Suite & BPM Suite 12c

· SOA Cloud Service & Integration Cloud Service & SOA Suite 12c

· Mobile Cloud Service & Application Builder Cloud Service & Mobile & Development tools

· Java Cloud & Application Container Service & Developer Cloud Service & WebLogic 12c

· User Experience and Enrich SaaS with PaaS & Internet of Things Cloud Service

All previous conferences have been booked out, don’t wait too long with your registration.

For details please visit the registration page here.

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