Thursday Feb 28, 2013

JDeveloper and Fusion Applications Explained (Part 2)

In the first part of this series we explained how to find the appropriate version of JDeveloper for your Fusion Applications customization or extension project.  We also covered the installation.  This second post walks you through the next steps on your journey: we will launch JDeveloper with the necessary parameters and configure the domain of the integrated WebLogic Server (WLS).[Read More]

Tuesday Feb 19, 2013

The Two Day Workshop ‘Building Great-Looking, Usable Apps’ Explained

After working with the Applications User Experience team for some time on various initiatives, I was invited to attend their latest pilot course, and as I was just about to move from Oracle Support into the all new Fusion Applications Developer Relations team, it seemed like a great start.[Read More]

Wednesday Feb 13, 2013

Tailoring Fusion Applications in the Cloud Explained

This brief article is intended to clarify what you can and cannot do to Fusion Applications (Release 5) that are deployed as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) via the Oracle Cloud. We’ve seen lots of questions on this subject and this article is intended to provide some clarity.[Read More]

Wednesday Feb 06, 2013

JDeveloper Versions Explained

As mentioned in this blog post, developers who want to use JDeveloper to build customizations or extensions for Fusion Applications should always get the exact version of the tools that are certified for their Fusion Applications release.  They are, together with Fusion Applications-specific design-time extensions and runtime libraries, available for download on eDelivery.

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Friday Feb 01, 2013

Announcement: New OTN Forum for Fusion Applications Extensibility

OTN’s discussion forums at http://forums.oracle.com have long been a free and open community where customers, partners, 3rd party developers and anyone else using the Oracle applications and technology products could come and ask questions or discuss problems. Fusion Applications so far had no presence there.  But now there finally is a new forum for Fusion Applications Extensibility, Customizations and Integrations, moderated by the Developer Relations team.

Oracle employees and everyone else are encouraged to use this new forum as a resource to share tips, ask and answer questions and discuss best practices as they relate to the Fusion Applications platform.
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