Friday Jan 17, 2014
Tuesday Jan 14, 2014
Times and dates now confirmed for Enterprise Visualization Sessions at the Oracle Value Chain Summit, February 3-5, 2014
By Gerald Fauteux on Jan 14, 2014
Attend Two Must See Visualization Sessions in the PLM and Cross-Value Chain Pillars
Streamline the Design and Manufacturing Process with Agile Visual Decision Making
This session will focus on how companies can streamline and automate their PLM processes through the use of visual decision making. Design reviews, supplier collaboration, engineering change, new product introduction and quality processes can all be enhanced and simplified through the application of visual decision making. See firsthand process improvements that Agile customers have experienced globally, as well as, new techniques and capabilities to facilitate visual decision making.
Date: Wed. February 5, 2014
Time: 1:25 pm – 2:20 pm
Customer Speaker: Matthew Cribb, Sr. Manager IT - Agile PLM, Qualcomm
Oracle Speakers: Lance Conard, ePLM Principal Sales Consultant
Warren Baird Principal Product Manager, AutoVue
Visual Information Navigator: Next Generation Interaction Paradigm
The business value of IT systems is essentially based on establishing, understanding and manipulating relationships between business objects. For over 30 years, this has meant screens showing tables, rows, & columns. The look & feel may have evolved over the years, but the same paradigm has remained. Is that still the best way to visualize and manipulate relationships? We believe there is a better paradigm that will radically improve the quality & “attractiveness” of the user interaction. Join us for an interactive session featuring Oracle’s new visualization & interaction paradigm called Visual Information Navigator, which is being deployed within Fusion Supply Chain Management Applications.
Date: Wed. February 5, 2014
Time: 2:25 pm – 3:20 pm
Speakers: Thierry Bonfante Senior Director, AutoVue and Visualization Development
Rozita Naghshin Senior Principal Product Manager, Visual Information Navigator
Drop by the Enterprise Visualization / Visual Information Navigator (VIN) pod in the exhibit hall to see live demos of AutoVue and VIN
See the Agenda for the Value Chain summit here
Friday Jan 03, 2014
By Warren Baird on Jan 03, 2014
First off - best wishes to all of you for a very happy new years!
To follow up on Graham's post yesterday, some of you may have noticed that after upgrading to Java 7u45 there is an additional warning indicating "This application will be blocked in a future Java security update because the JAR file manifest does not contain the Permissions attribute". I wanted to point out that we expect that the next java security update will start to enforcing the blocking of applets without the Permissions attribute - this means that the out of the box version of the AutoVue client will stop running after this java update is applied. We have created patches for all supported versions - the patches, along with some additional details, are listed in the KM note Graham mentions: - KM 1594439.1
Patches that install the updated client properly on Agile PLM systems are underway and will be available soon.
If you have already moved to Java 7 update 45, or plan to move to future updates or Java when they are available, we highly recommend that you install these patches ASAP.
Thursday Jan 02, 2014
By Graham McKendry on Jan 02, 2014
For AutoVue – specifically AutoVue Client/Server Deployment in which the most common client implementation is a Java applet – certain JRE updates have notable impact. In these cases, all efforts are made to fully detail the impact through alerts in the My Oracle Support knowledge base. In addition, when necessary product patches will be provided by Oracle to address issues between the AutoVue client and the newer JRE versions.
The two most recent examples are detailed in the following knowledge base articles – recommended reading for all AutoVue Client/Server Deployment administrators:
- KM Note 1553322.1 – Java SE 7u21 Changes to the Java Browser Plug-in Behavior, Getting Message: "Security Warning - Do you want to run this application?" When Using AutoVue Client/Server Deployment With Java–based Customizations
- KM Note 1594439.1 – AutoVue Client Usage with Java 7u45
In addition to being posted as ‘Alerts’ in the knowledge base so that they show up directly on your My Oracle Support dashboard (if configured properly), these types of alerts are typically also posted through the Oracle Support team’s quarterly newsletter.
The authors of this blog are members of the AutoVue Enterprise Visualization team at Oracle. The views expressed on this blog reflect those of the members and do not necessarily reflect the views of Oracle.
- Tip: Set JVM Heap Size with 32b and 64b JVMs
- How-To: Searching for list of bug fixes in a given AutoVue version
- Interactive troubleshooting using knowledge Assistants
- AutoVue Enterprise Visualization at Oracle European Value Chain Summit 2014
- AutoVue 20.2.2 now supports SolidWorks 2014 format
- AutoVue 20.2.2 now supports SolidEdge ST6 format
- AutoVue 20.2.2 for Agile installer re-released
- Java 7u51 and AutoVue
- Times and dates now confirmed for Enterprise Visualization Sessions at the Oracle Value Chain Summit, February 3-5, 2014
- Patches Available to Assist with Newer Java Releases